Saturday, 3 March 2007

Iranian universities discriminating Baha’i students

The Baha'is had been banned from universities in Iran for the past 25 years but some 178 Baha'i students were admitted to various campuses last year after the government removed religious identification from entrance exam papers. Recently the Iranian universities expelled almost 70 students after discovering they were Baha'is.

Sydney Morning Herald (daily newspaper -Sydney, Australia) published an article on Thursday 1 March 2007 issue on this subject. Please refer to the following link to view original article.

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