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[The excerpt below is from the section of the article that pertains to the Baha’i Faith]
[Newspaper:] Iran Tribune
[Date:] Saturday 24-5-1360 [15-08-1981]
A Group of Baha’is Were Executed in Hamadan.
Their fingers were severed during the torture.
Washington – Foreign News Bureaus:
The Islamic regime, over the last week, has accelerated the execution of various groups in Iran.
Amongst those executed by firing squads around the country, especially in Evin Prison, were four physicians.
These four physicians were executed in Hamadan, charged with being Baha’i.
Eye witnesses reported that the fingers of these physicians were severed in prison and the effects of torture on their heads and faces were apparent.