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December 24, 2014

Bahai summoned and warned in Salmas

NISAN news, December 24, 2014.

Mansour Lahiji (منصور لاهیجی), a Bahai from Kerman province who settled in Salmas (West Azerbaijan province) with his family three years ago, was summoned by the Ministry of Intelligence in the city this morning. He was warned there should not be any kind of religious meeting in the city [sic: meaning that he should not organise Bahai meetings]. He had planned to organise a night of poetry, which would include poems in praise of Baha’u’llah, read by himself and his wife. He was warned that if there were poems in praise of the Bahai Faith or its central figures, he would be charged with “war against God” — a charge that carries the death penalty.

A committee of crows has been convened, to determine the merit of the nightingale’s song, and the day and means of execution.


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1 Comment »

  1. بسیار ممنون از انتشار این خبر. به درود

    Comment by Nisan News — December 24, 2014 @ 10:41 | Reply


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