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[Newspaper:] Javan

 

29 Tir 1358 [20 July 1979]

Number 29

From: Columnist

 

Documents

 

Based on reports that have fallen into the hands of our columnist, during the occupation of the Haziratu’l-Quds, which is the center of the activities of the Baha’is in Iran, only ten names related to the Baha’is have been discovered.  Among these names is a woman Senator.  A second  file identifies the names of 4 physicians, and then there is a file related to the purchase of Baha’i-related publications by the Baha’i community in which there are about 5 familiar names.  One of them is related to the architect of the (formerly Shahyad) building.