Mohammad Hossein Nakhaee: Prisoner of the day

85-year-old Bahai

CHRR - Security forces in the Khosf Village of Birjand in Khorasan Province, entered Mohammad Hossein Nakhaee's home without showing a warrant.

The forces searched his home and inspected his personal belongings. Officers took a large number of Bahai religious books and personal items, such as family albums and his telephone book with them.

Nakhaee was then summoned to appear at the Birjand Intelligence Office. There is no further news available on him after he appeared at there.

Nakhaee, 85, lives with his wife, 88. Previously, he spent five years in Iranian prison after the Islamic Revolution.


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Dr. Mohandes


by Dr. Mohandes on

Woooffff wooooofff!!! aoooooooooooooooo! dude you have got me all howling in the neighborhood it ain't even funny:))))))))



Khamenei/Ahmadinezhad; pair of cornered, frightened dictators

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Why else would they put an 85 year old man behind bars just because of his religion and pay a west residing ex savaki mozdoor to create dozens of identities on internet to attack this imprisoned elderly Bahaii compatriot by asking him "to go to haifa"? 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


Dr Mohandes

by Simorgh5555 on

Imagine the pleasure of going after Hashmi Rafsanjani hiding somewhere in Venezuela with all his hidden loot and abducting him to Iran like Eichman. What a joy! 

Dr. Mohandes


by Dr. Mohandes on

Amen to that and rest-assured that you will have an army of simon wisenthal followers lined right up straight behind you there buddy. Bringing these mofos to justice one by one with one ordangi and one pase gardani.

Oh yeahhh baby.



Questions about Khomeini's dad

by Zia111 on

Can you prove Khomeini was not a British agent? Too many questions about that madman are unanswered. His own half-brother Ayatollah Pasandideh raised questions about him.

But the bahai symbol read in English says EVIL. See for yourself. Is it a coincidence? Maybe, maybe not.


Zia-how perceptive

by Simorgh5555 on

Tell me something. Are you the brightspark who also suggested that the 2012 London Olympics symbol actually reads 'Zion' or the journalist in Iran who suggested that the soft-drink PEPSI stands for Pay Every Penny to Save Israel? 

The last conspiracy theory I heard was that the symbol of Allah on the flag of the Islamic Republic actually looks exactly like the Sikh religious symbol. Judge for yourself:


Surely, this confirms theories that the Islamic Republic was founded by a madman called Ayatollah Khomeini whose lineage goes back to Kashmir in India. Therefore, since India was a British colony, Khomeini, too, was a British stooge. LOL 

See how clever I am???????? 


If you read that bahai symbol left to right in English

by Zia111 on

It says EVIL


There will be no mercy for the Islamic Republic

by Simorgh5555 on

In a post-IR regime, I hope to take on the role of Simon Wiesenthal of the new Constiutional Monarchy of Iran. This Iranian 
Simon Wiesenthal will track down all the IRCG, Basij and members of the Quds Military Force on every corner of the earth. They will be abduced and brought to trial  even if they are hiding the jungles of Cambodia or Syria. They will be brought to trial even if they are wheelchair bound and hiding in some geriatric home in a Switzerland. Every member of the Islamic Republic ought to and will be treated like a Nazi. 


i am begining to like bahai people too.

by mousa67 on

as the mere mention of the word bahai raises the blood pressure of the cyber bassiji fluff balls to near cardiac arrest. they must be doing something good.


If Bahai..

by iamfine on

If Bahais truly love Iran, then they should stay in Iran and have Shiras as their birth place. But if their intension is to convert Iranians, then that is a different story


Bahai Faith..

by delldaar on

started in Iran,remains in Iran and against all inhumain and barbaric treatment of this regime will prosper.


Down with the IRI.

by MM on


First Amendment


by First Amendment on

Our honorable Bahai fellow citizens surely deserve nothing short of absolute freedom and self-governance in Haifa, their criminally-occupied sacred land.

Soosan Khanoom

Bavafa, Rozbeh, and Zendanian

by Soosan Khanoom on

You and your sane words among the insane ones on this site especially in the political prisoner blogs have been truly missed.   Where R U guys?  

If things go as the " insane world " has been planing then the political prisoners are not going to see freedom.  What they are going to see is the new " Paaloon " on the same " Khar " . 


Islamic mercy ,not even for an 85 year old man !

by Ruhi on

May God give strength, steadfastness and patience to all those and the relatives of them who are victims of this regime to survie it.


Islamist Rapists

by Fred on

The only way to end 34 years of Islamist Rapist barbarity is regime change by Iranians with the help of the sane world.

Verbal sympathy with the victims without offering any solution is the preferred reaction of the Islamist Rapists, their lobbies and gofers.


 Airtight sanctions plus air/naval cargo inspection is a must.