[PROVISIONAL TRANSLATION FROM PERSIAN]
[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]
[Adapted from website:] Fars News Agency
[Date:] 10 Aban 1393 [1 November 2014]
The Credibility of the United Nations Under the Shadow of the Lies of Ahmad Shaheed
A review of Ahmad Shaheed’s reports on Iran clearly shows that he is biased and relies on unrealistic, vague and contradictory sources and documents against the Islamic Republic of Iran, and his recent report is no exception to this rule.
Earlier this week, Ahmad Shaheed, the UN special rapporteur on human rights in Iran, presented a new report to members of the UN General Assembly, claiming that the number of executions in Iran was high, calling the human rights situation in Iran inadequate. He, who had previously presented reports against Iran based on fake documents and evidence, used the case of Reihaneh Jabbari and the execution of this person as an excuse to repeat his baseless allegations.
A Review of Ahmad Shaheed’s Reports on Iran Clearly Reveals His [False] Documents:
Some of Ahmad Shaheed’s [False] Reports About Iran:
One of the passages that clearly show Ahmad Shaheed’s baseless reports on the situation in Iran is his report in the post-election period of 1388 , in which he cited cases based on unrealistic sources as human rights violations in Iran. Some examples of these cases that show Ahmad Shaheed’s disregard for the basic laws and values of the Islamic Republic of Iran are:
1- Ahmad Shaheed’s report on the events of 1388  and its aftermath, emphasizes the issue of intolerance of Bahaism in Iran, while the Baha’is in Iran have a political and espionage nature, the least of which is the management of the Baha’i sect’s centre, the “House of Justice” in the occupied territories. Of course, this population, which even in its centre (Israel) is not allowed to gather more than 19 people, lives freely in Iran. Ahmad Shaheed goes on to say, “Baha’is are deprived of property, education and employment.” This claim also stems from the fact that he is not familiar with the realities of Iranian society. This is because the Baha’is, in spite of their declining economy by fleeing Iran after the Islamic Revolution, still have a monopoly on some affairs in many economic fields.”…