Visual Archive

Visual Archive

Mrs Naji talks in detail about her life with her beloved husband, Dr. Hossein Naji who was snatched by Iranian agents and never heard of again.

Brothers Houtan and Holakou Rahmanian are two brilliant students who suffered tremendously when the Islamic Republic of Iran denied them their basic rights to an education. Being such brilliant students, they couldn’t imagine life without higher education. They are now in the US, pursuing this dream. Their story is captivating;

In 2006, a most horrific crimes was committed; a bunch of thugs stormed the house of 75-year-old JanBibi Kamali and murdered her. Here is an account of that unbelievable act as related by JanBibi’s son, Ziyaollah Seddigh.

In this interview, Ms Azin paints a grave but enlightening picture of the life of a Bahá’í citizen under the rule of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

In this interview, Mr. Enayat Rahimian talks about the circumstances under which his brother, Rahim Rahimian, was executed.
Rahim Rahimian was executed by firing squad on May 5, 1984, in Evin prison.

In this interview, Hessam talks about his experience as a teenager when his uncle Rahim Rahimian was executed, and the effect of his execution on his cousins.
Sadly, now both of Mr. Rahim’s sons, Kamran and Keivan Rahimian, are currently in prison for teaching Bahá’í students who were deprived of higher education by the Islamic Regime of Iran.