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In this Interview, Parvaneh remembers that at the age of five, her mother instructed her how to escape with her little sister, through the waterway which was running under their house. In 1976, she decided to move to the USA with her six year old son. She hopes that the religious prejudice of some Iranians, and the race prejudice of some Americans would change to love and respect for all.

Dr. Azizi' s father was Jewish who after serious research became a devoted Baha'i. He sent all his children to the Baha'i school in Tehran and later sent Zabihollah to Paris to study Medicine.
On his return he worked at Tehran University as a lecturer. Later he became the director of Misaghyyeh Hospital in Tehran, introducing many new ideas for the hospital.
He indeed had a fruitful life, serving the people of his homeland with love and dignity.

Kobra Afnai suffered so much from the tender age of 8. In this interview she talks about her father Mr. Mir Parviz Afnani, and her brother Mr. Khosrow Afnani, who were both tragically killed in 1978 because of their Faith.

When Kobra grew up and had her own children, she couldn't bear witnessing them going through the same trouble and persecution that she did. They decided to go to Canada and settle there.

In this interview, Azadeh talks about her father, Dr. Khosro Mohandesi who worked at Tehran University. He was later fired from his job because of his Faith
Mr. Mohandesi who was a member of the Spiritual Assembly of Yousefabad was arrested with 6 other Baha'is on 3ed November 1981.

Dr. Khosro Mohandesi was martyred on 4th january 1982 in Evin prison.

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