The Middle East Times features a report that highlights Iran’s crackdown on labor activists. Iran’s Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi, through her human rights center, expresses deep concerns about the increasing civil rights violations within Iran. Later in the report Baha’i rights abuses are also mentioned:

Meanwhile, the statement reported that 94 students who belong to the Bahai religious movement have been “deprived of education” after the universities learned about their beliefs.

Iran considers Bahais, who advocate the unity of all religions, to be apostate and the sect has none of the rights enjoyed by minority Christians, Jews, and Zoroastrians in the Islamic republic.

Read full report here.