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  • ISBN: 0920904130
  • Category: History
  • Author: Douglas Martin
  • Subcategory: Middle East
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Association for Bahá'í Studies; 1st edition (January 28, 1984)
  • Pages: 86 pages
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Bahá'ís were stripped of any civil and human rights they had previously been permitted and more than 200 executed or killed in the early years of the . Martin, Douglas (1984). Bahá'í Studies n. 2/13.

Bahá'ís were stripped of any civil and human rights they had previously been permitted and more than 200 executed or killed in the early years of the Islamic Republic. All Bahá'í properties were seized, including its holiest site, the House of the Báb in Shiraz, which was turned over by the government to Khalkhali for the activities of the Fada'iyan-i-Islam. The site was subsequently razed, along with the entire neighborhood, for the construction of a mosque and a new road. Ottawa, ON: Association for Bahá'í Studies.

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Martin, Douglas (1984). Bakhash, Shaul, The Reign of the Ayatollahs: Iran and the Islamic Revolution, New York, Basic Books, (1984), p. 111. ^ a b Bakhash, Reign of the Ayatollahs, (1984), p. ^ Qaddafi Meets an Ayatollah The New York Times, 2 January 1992. Brumberg, Daniel, Reinventing Khomeini : The Struggle for Reform in Iran, University of Chicago Press, 2001, p. 175. ^ a b Fathi, Nazila (29 November 2003). Sadegh Khalkhali, 77, a Judge In Iran Who Executed Hundreds".

The Baha'i Library Online: Bahai articles, books, translations, and historical materials. Persecution of the Bahá'ís of Iran 1844-1984. Publisher of this ed. Ottawa: Association for Baha'i Studies North America.

Persecution and torture in physical and psychological forms have been associated with religious and societal movements . Asking questions: A challenge to fundamentalism. Oxford, UK: George Ronald. Newsweek, June 18, 1994, p. 5. oogle Scholar

Persecution and torture in physical and psychological forms have been associated with religious and societal movements throughout history  . oogle Scholar. Resilience in the face of adversity. British Journal of Psychiatry, 147, 598–611. Sigal, J. J. ( 1995, August).

Persecution of Baháʼís occurs in various countries, especially in Iran, where the Baháʼí Faith originated, and one of the largest Baháʼí populations in the world is located. The origins of the persecution stem from a variety of Baháʼí teachings which are inconsistent with traditional Islamic beliefs, including the finality of Muhammad's prophethood, and the placement of Baháʼís outside the Islamic faith.

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Baha'i grew out of the militant Babi sect under the remarkable leadership of the Bab . Martin Douglas - Persecution of the Bahais in Iran 1844.

Baha'i grew out of the militant Babi sect under the remarkable leadership of the Bab ("Gate"), Mirza Ali Muhammad of Shiraz, who stirred the whole nation of Persia and started a mass movement away from Islam in the middle of the nineteenth century. The Bab proclaimed a new scripture, the Bayan, which called for greater social justice, a higher status for women and better treatment of children, permission for lenders to charge interest (which would open the doors for a modern banking system), and restrictions on polygamy. Dr. Miller wrote his first book about the Baha'i in 1932, and his work is unsurpassed in English.

Douglas Matin, The Persecution of Baha'is Iran, 1844-1984 )1984), p. 5-29. This paper describes the attempts of Iranian governments and the clerical establishments of the past 150 years to cripple or suffocate the Iranian Baha'i community

Douglas Matin, The Persecution of Baha'is Iran, 1844-1984 )1984), p. A Concise Encyclopedia of the Baha'i Faith. Peter Smith, ―Shoghi Effendi‖. A Concise Encyclopedia of the Baha'i Faith, Cambridge University Press, 2000, p. 14-317. The Baha'i Question, Baha'i International Community Publication. This paper describes the attempts of Iranian governments and the clerical establishments of the past 150 years to cripple or suffocate the Iranian Baha'i community. The paper outlines the steps undertaken to exterminate the Baha'i Community through physically, mentally, emotionally and culturally oppressive means.



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