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[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:] Kayhan Newspaper

[Date:] 21 Esfand 1396 [12 March 2018]


Implausibility of a Member of the Aristocratic Party in the Service of Monarchists, Baha’is and Monafeghin[1] (Special News)

In an interview with Jamaran, Faezeh Hashemi distorted the reality of the counter-revolutionary [activity] of the unrest of last January. She said, “... According to Article 27 of the Constitution, people can march and get together, and this does not require any permission....” She also called for a review of the policy of non-recognition of Israel and non-competition with Zionist athletes.

Faezeh Hashemi’s remarks came even as she established extensive contacts with the terrorist organization of the Monafeghin (perpetrators of the assassination and massacre of 17,000 Iranians) and the Anglo-Zionist Baha’i Party. Bypassing her father’s criticisms, in a way, she has visited the house of the detained leaders of the Baha’i gang several times. After her release from prison, she said that she had become acquainted with good Baha'i friends and the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization[2] [MEK] in prison. [She said,] “Of course, Dad conveys his protests and tells me not to call them MEK, but I say MEK.” ...

Recently, the statements of Farshad Amir Ebrahimi, one of the influential elements in Ansar of Hezbollah, were published, revealing that Faezeh Hashemi had asked him to try to promote [her] (Faezeh Hashemi) through [his] influence and disruption!

Those Baha’is whom Faezeh Hashemi visited are part of the Anglo-Zionist network, which held the security, economic, cultural and military pillars of the Pahlavi regime for decades and did not refrain from any crime or betrayal against the Iranian nation.



[1] [Monafeghin (stirrers of sedition):  Referred to People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran]

[2] [People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (Monafeghin)]