Civil rights of the unrecognized minorities
In this letter, the Chairman of the Board of Monitoring and Pursuit of the Implementation of the Constitution requests that Mr. Seyyed Mohammad Khatami, the Iranian President at the time, resolve the problems associated with the social rights of the minorities, especially the Bahá’ís, in a practical manner.
Dismissal of Employment
This legal document, issued by Islamic Revolutionary Court of Maragheh, expels two Iranian Bahá’í citizens from their employment in hospital because of their religious beliefs and for “refusing to convert to Islam”. They were released on bail until such time as the court determines the legal limits of their sentences based on Shari‘a laws.
Civil rights of the recognized and unrecognized minorities
A letter from the Office of the President of Iran in 1377 addressed to the Secretary of the Supreme Revolutionary Cultural Council concerning the legal and social status of official and unofficial minorities, especially the Bahá’ís.
Obstruction of purchase or sale of properties owned by Bahá’ís
Islamic Republic of Iran’s Chief Prosecutor of Miandoaab’s ordering the Chairman of the Recorder’s Office to deny Bahá’ís the right to sell their properties or purchase one.