This document shows that depriving Bahá’í students of access to higher education is solely due to their religious beliefs.
This document demonstrates that all properties belonging to the Bahá’ís of the village of Kata, in the province of Kohgilouiyyeh and Buir-Ahmad, were officially confiscated in the year 1373  by the order of the Governor of Islamic Revolutionary Court of Yaasouj, which was authorized by the representative of the Supreme Leader.
According to this document, Mohammad Khatami, at the time of his presidency, approves the decree issued by Mir-Hossein Mousavi about rights of Bahá’ís as citizens of Iran.
Official memorandum of the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran concerning social and legal rights of Bahá’í citizens under Prime Minister Mir Hossein Mousavi.
Based on this document it is against the law to hire individuals in government agencies if they are not followers of one of the official religions- Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism.