Iran: Baha’i man’s business shut down, told to leave home and town

The business of a Baha’i citizen identified as Naeim Hani was shut down by the Khoramshahr Intelligence Agency in Minushahr. According to a close source to the Hani family, Naeim Hani’s place of work was closed on March 20 because he follows the Baha’i faith. Intelligence agents interrogated him and confiscated his identification documents. The family were told to immediately leave their residence and town. “Mr. Hani repaired sewing machines; after they were told to leave town, security forces come to their home every other day and put pressure on them to leave”, the source added.

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