Baha’is Mourn Iranian Jailed for His Faith

January 30, 2006 The Washington Post Metro Section reported on a service held at the local Washington D.C. Baha’i Center to commemorate the passing of Mr. Dhabihu’llah Mahrami, a Baha’i who died in an Iranian jail of unknown causes. You can read the article here.

Iran and Human Rights: A New Landscape

The following op-ed by Omid Memarian appeared in openDemocracy on September 09, 2012. In late September 2012, the United Nations in New York will host Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his annual visit as president of Iran – the last such occasion, since the election of June 2013 in Iran will see Ahmadinejad’s successor take office. Much … Read More