A Baha’i Kidnapped in Tehran
Iran Press watch / Iran Pres watch
22-May-2009 (3 comments)

On Sunday, May 17, 2009, a phone call was received at the home of Mr. Shahram Hasim, one of the Baha’is of Tehran, and following voicemail was left:  “We are contacting you from the office of NAJA [security force of the Islamic Republic].  Mr. Shahram Hasim should present himself tomorrow morning at our office located on Vahdat Islamic Avenue, the section dealing with religious minorities.”

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Dear Gol-dust

by kamel (not verified) on

I think the question that needs to be asked is How many moslems have been kidnapped in Iran because of their religion??????
of course the moslems who are kidnapped because of their political convictions do get coverage on this site and most every other Iranian news sites.



by Seagull (not verified) on

We do care and speak against the human rights violation all the time.

this is just to bring to attention the fact that,
These Bahais are kidnapped simply because they are Bahais and nothing else.

They dont kidnap moslem citizens because they are moslem.


How many moslems were kidnaped and tortured at the same time?

by gol-dust on

Do you give a damn for moslems at all? are they iranians/human too?