Saturday, June 22, 2019

Baha'i Teenager Executed In Iran For No Reason

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This is what the media does not show you about the brutal terror regime in Iran.
June 18th marked the 35th anniversary of the execution of Mona Mahmoudinejad, a 17-year-old Baha’i woman, and nine other Baha’i women in Iran. Mona had been arrested by the Islamic Republic’s Revolutionary Guards for holding classes for Baha’i children. More than 200 Baha’is were executed by the Iranian authorities in the years after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. But Mona’s death attracted worldwide sympathy and condemnation – helping to bring the killings to an end.
This is how the shari'a regime oppresses the Iranian people. The rulers of Iran do not care about the welfare of the Iranian people, they are too busy promoting Shiite terror throughout the Middle East. Iran is one of the richest countries in natural resources, but the regime uses its wealth to start proxy wars & spread terrorism instead of improving people’s lives.