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May 19, 2017

Non-Bahai shopkeepers in Noshahr call for the reopening of Bahai shops


Translation by Iran Press Watch, May 16, 2017.

Radio Zameneh reports on May 12 that
a group of Noshahr shopkeepers have written to the governor of the city of Noshahr in Mazandaran province (with a copy to the Prosecutor), demanding the removal of the seals placed on seven Bahai business units six months ago. No investigation has been performed during that time. The signatories say that the closure “causes skepticism towards Islamic practices and leads to economic downturn in the city.”

The shopkeepers wrote that according to Paragraph One of the Trade Union’s Guidelines, and Article 28 of the Executive Regulations, any trade unit closed without investigation should be reopened after six months, until the necessary

The shops were sealed by the Office of Properties on the morning of November 1, 2016, because the owners had temporarily closed businesses during the observance of Bahai Holy Days. According to the Iranian Trade Law, those with business licenses are allowed, by law, to close their units for 15 days per year, and should inform the Office of Properties of longer closures.

For the full report, see the translation by Iran Press Watch.

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  1. You have been sharing news so amazing, it rises above all others. The rest of the world cannot know it’s meaning, but I see a bright beacon of God’s love and mercy for all humanity. Thank you.

    Loving greetings from Laura

    Comment by Laura Corker — May 19, 2017 @ 17:04 | Reply


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