[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]



Ministry of Post, Telegraph and Telephone



[Date:] 20/8/1329 [11 November 1950]

[Number: No]

Nightly Report of Boroujen Postal [services]


All the residents Boroujen have closed their shops and gone to tahasson[1] in the telegraph office, because a number of Muslims who were charged with the fight which occurred between Muslims and Baha’is have been sent to the court in Shahrekord [to be prosecuted].


Boroujen Postal [Services]



[Handwritten Note 1:] Law Enforcement Office 22/8/ [1329] [13 November 1950]

[Handwritten Note 2:] Please enclose the record, 22/8/1329 [13 November 1950]

[Handwritten Note 3:] According to the telegram of 20/8/1329 [11 November 1950] of the Governorate, the residents have left the sit-in and the matter is under investigation.  No action needed, it is archived.  23/8/1329 [14 November 1950].

[Stamp: Law Enforcement Office, filed].



[1] [This was a form of protest, which means to take (refuge in a) sanctuary, it is also used to seek protection]