Archive for the "Religious freedom" Category

al nour 5 Jul

Salafists and Egypt’s New Constitution: Will Religious Freedom Be On the Agenda?

Though recent political developments in Egypt have given cause for many to celebrate, there is ample concern about the context in which the ousting of…

bahaiiraq 30 Jun

The “Most Great House” of Baha’u'llah in Baghdad Destroyed

The House of Baha’u'llah in Baghdad, a Baha’i sacred site.
According to the Universal House of Justice, the House of Baha’u'llah in Baghdad, someti…

AzizSamandari 29 Jun

Prisoners In Profile: Azizollah Samandari, BIHE Teacher

Last week, Aziz Samandari, a 40-year old professor from Tehran, was awarded the Supreme Commitment Award by New Zealand’s Parliament, an honor recog…

Iranians Rally For Presidential Candidates At Street Campaign 27 Jun

Nazanin Boniadi: What is the future of human rights under Hassan Rouhani?

Nazanin Boniadi, a British-Iranian actress and spokesperson for Amnesty International, published a short piece on the Human Rights Now blog on preside…

tunisia bahai 4 Apr

On the sidelines: the status of Baha’is in Tunisia

Last month Tunisian journalist Roua Khlifi began a series titled “Tunisia’s Spiritual Pluralism” about religious minorities in the country. The Baha’i…

religion-politics 17 Mar

Podcast: The religious minorities in Egypt after Jan. 25th

What’s like to belong to a religious minority in Egypt after January 25th? Will the long history of oppression get worsened or relieved? To bett…

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