In Iran, Anti-Baha’i Actions Hurt People and Business
As Iran’s largest and most persecuted religious minority, the Baha’i community is officially barred from higher education and public sector employment. Many professions are open only to officially recognised religions (Islam, Christianity, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism), and private sector employers are pressured not to hire Baha’is. Despite these major obstacles, Baha’is continue to persevere in the face of government-sanctioned attempts to strangle their livelihood. Many Baha’is have opened their own businesses, increasing the intellectual and material wealth of Iranian society.
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