Time for Anti-Baha’i Discrimination to End in Iran

Produced by the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran and Impact Iran, this video animation depicts what is a day in the life of an Iranian Baha’i is like.

Baha’is are a religious minority of about 300,000 people in Iran and they continue to face harsh forms of legal and social discrimination and routine persecution. Hateful anti-Baha’i policies are fueled by a steady stream of hateful rhetoric emanating from Iranian state-run media and government affiliated clerics.

You can learn more about the persecution of the Baha’is in Iran and their current situation here.

About the Author

Naysan is the editor of Baha'i Blog and he has worked in various avenues of media for two decades. He’s passionate about using the arts and media to support and explore the teachings of the Baha’i Faith and he has produced and collaborated on popular music projects like the "DawnBreaker Collective" and the successful Ruhi-inspired sequence of "MANA" albums. His experience as a producer for CNN was invaluable while working on a number of special projects for the Baha’i World Centre, including the "Building Momentum" and "Pilgrimage: A Sacred Experience" videos. If there’s a media-related Baha’i project out there, chances are that Naysan was involved with it somehow!

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