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April 19, 2017

Adib Haqqpazhouh arrested in Shiraz for the third time

Bahai News (Persian), April 18, 2017.

On April 17, four security agents went to the home of Mr. Adib Haqqpazhouh (ادیب حق پژوه) in Shiraz. Finding only his wife at home, they searched it and seized some personal belongings including books, personal and religious photographs, a mobile phone, some cheques from Mr. Haqqpazhouh’s customers and some cash and bookkeeping records. Meanwhile, two agents went to his workplace, which they searched, and brought Mr. Haqqpazhouh to the door of his home, where he was detained in his own car until the search of his home was complete. The agents are said to have been well behaved during the search. Mr. Haqqpazhouh was arrested previously, on December 30, 2010, and August 5, 2014. On both occasions he was later released on bail.

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  1. On the eve of the biggest festival of Baha’is all over the world ‘ Ridvan Festival ‘ April 19 – 1May 2017, as announced by the ‘ Universal House Of Justice ‘ the highest body for the Baha’is of the Baha’i: it is very disheartening to learnt that the innocent Baha’i had been detain by the Iranian Government Agent purely on the ground of practicing of a religion of his belief.
    The human rights convention of the world has clearly described in the convention that a ‘ ‘person can practise any religion’ of his belief as long it does not disturb the social harmony or law and order the country where he/she resides. Therefore, this arrest is unwarranted and against the human rights enshrined in the Universal Pact so we the thinking persons and social organisation should condemn at the strongest terms and corrective measures need to be address at the earliest possible time …

    Comment by Chungkham Jaichandra — April 19, 2017 @ 17:40 | Reply

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