Tag Archive for Baha’i Discrimination

Unrecognized Minorities in Iran Must Now Hide Religion to Obtain Crucial Government ID    

New Rule Strengthens Long-Standing Discrimination Against Persecuted Religious Minorities, Especially Bahai’s

January 27, 2020 – In a new rule that severely discriminates against all unrecognized minority religions in Iran, the state-issued National Identity Card—which is required for almost all government and other transactions—will only allow citizens to register as one of the country’s recognized religions.

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New Video: Time for Anti-Baha’i Discrimination To End In Iran

State Officials Launch New Wave of Verbal Attacks after Former President’s Daughter Visits Baha’i PrisonerJune 7, 2016—The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran and Impact Iran released an animated video today calling for an end to the discrimination and incitement to hatred against members of the Baha’i faith in Iran.

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