If you were a teacher you would be in jail. 


Seven Baha’i educators in Iran have each received four- or five-year prison sentences. The seven Baha’i educators sentenced to prison are (top row, left to  right): Mahmoud Badavam, Ramin Zibaie, Riaz Sobhani, Farhad Sedghi;  (bottom row, left to right) Noushin Khadem, Kamran Mortezaie, and Vahid  Mahmoudi.
Verdicts against the seven were reportedly handed down by a judge at Branch 28 of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran.
The educators have been detained for almost five months in connection  with their involvement in an informal community initiative – known as  the Baha’i Institute for Higher Education (BIHE) – in which Baha’i  professors, debarred by the Iranian government from practicing their  professions, offer their services to teach young community members who  are banned from university.


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If you were a teacher you would be in jail.

Seven Baha’i educators in Iran have each received four- or five-year prison sentences. The seven Baha’i educators sentenced to prison are (top row, left to right): Mahmoud Badavam, Ramin Zibaie, Riaz Sobhani, Farhad Sedghi; (bottom row, left to right) Noushin Khadem, Kamran Mortezaie, and Vahid Mahmoudi.

Verdicts against the seven were reportedly handed down by a judge at Branch 28 of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran.

The educators have been detained for almost five months in connection with their involvement in an informal community initiative – known as the Baha’i Institute for Higher Education (BIHE) – in which Baha’i professors, debarred by the Iranian government from practicing their professions, offer their services to teach young community members who are banned from university.

Read more here.