For Baha'i Educators, A Lesson From Iran

May 31, 2011 Full story: KVIA-TV El Paso

The three Iranian security officers rang the doorbell, politely informed the man of his arrest, thoroughly searched the house, confiscated high-tech gear and books, and whisked him away to the nation's notorious Evin Prison.

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Leon

Darlington, UK

#1 May 31, 2011
Let people believe what they want with freedom to follow any religion they choose. It hurts nobody. So what if religions disagree. Those that care can debate their differences. .
wat

Downingtown, PA

#2 Jun 1, 2011
"In Iran, atheists do not have any recognized legal status, and must declare that they are Muslim, Christian, Jewish or Zoroastrian, in order to claim some legal rights, including applying for entrance to university, or becoming a lawyer."

As an atheist all I can say is F*CK ISLAMOFASCISM!

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