Australian Baha’is are joining an international call for the immediate release of seven Baha’i leaders who were arrested in Iran nine years ago this weekend.
Discussion about Iran is vitally important for those concerned about human rights, freedom of religion and a just world, journalist John Cleary said at a reception after a Human Rights Day service at the Baha’i Temple in Sydney on 4 December 2016.
Australian Baha’is are outraged and deeply saddened at the murder of Farhang Amiri, a much-loved and widely admired resident of Yazd in Iran, spokesperson Natalie Mobini said today.
Three members of the Youth Parliament of World Religions steering team outlined the aims and outcomes of that gathering when they spoke at a reception following a special service at the Baha’i Temple in Sydney on 18 September 2016.
Economic apartheid in Iran is a gross violation of human rights that risks serious damage to the country's economic recovery, and should come to an end, an Australian Baha’i spokesperson, Natalie Mobini, said today.