Muslim Students In Iran Protest against the Expulsion of Bahai Students.
MidEast Youth / Kawthar Sudan
03-Dec-2008 (4 comments)

Twenty-six Muslim students at Goldshat College in Kelardasht, Mazandaran, refused to take their first-term final examinations in protest of the expulsion of a fellow classmate because he is a Baha’i.

Several Muslim students and faculty members spoke of feeling distraught at the unjust expulsion of their Baha’i brothers and sisters, but one group decided to take action and protest. 

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Good for them, good for everybody

by Mammad on

That is the way it should be. Protesting any sort of injustice is a universal value, regardless of the race, religion, gender, beliefs, etc. of the victim. A victim is a victim.



Dear Darius and Kiljoy..

by faryarm on

There is so much to be proud of , of our young generation...

For me Not one days goes without speaking the praises of the New Iranian Generation with fellow New Yorkers... . Their vibrant music, hilarious humour , Intellect, creativity and fearless courage is impressive.

I see an end of the Mullahs in sight...just a matter of time.

I hope I am there to see it..





Great News, faryarm

by Killjoy (not verified) on

These young men and women are getting fed up with the lies and deceits of the child-killing, murderous regime in Tehran.

I agree with Mr. Kadivar that only through solidarity it is possible to rid Iran and Iranians of these heartless murderers.

Let's hope for a free and peaceful Iran

Thanks for sharing.


Darius Kadivar

Good News !

by Darius Kadivar on

Thanks for Sharing faryarm Jaan,

such prejudice against minorities like the Bahai's and other minorities is truly one of the evil's our society faces and we need to come to terms with. Glad that fellow compatriots are expressing their solidarity with another fellow Iranian who simply has a different religion. SOLIDARNOSC Should be our Motto !