[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]

[The excerpt below is from the section of the article that pertains to the Baha’i Faith]


[Newspaper:] Javan

[Date:] 29 Tir 1358 - [20 July 1979]

[Issue No:] 29


Around the margins

From: annotation writer


According to the reports received in the hands of the annotation writer, during the occupation of the Haziratu’l-Quds[1] which was the centre of the activities of the Baha’is of Iran, only about ten names related to the Baha’is were discovered, including the name of one of the female senators[2], and the names of four doctors. Then a file was found related to the purchases of Baha’i publications by the members of the Baha’i community. Among them also were five familiar names, one of which was in contact with the architect engineer of the (previous Shahyad) tower.






[1] [A Baha'i term for Baha'i Centre]

[2] [This could mean the wife of a senator]