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Iranian Government Campaign to Deny Baha’is Access to Higher Education

Iran’s government officials are doing all they can to prevent Baha’i students from continuing their higher education.

Please go to Iran Press Watch website to read more about the situation of Baha’is in Iran here: IranPressWatch.org

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Iran Bans Baha’is Education | [Elevated & Meaningful]

This video is about putting pressure on Iran’s current government to stop persecuting its Baha’i citizens. Originally shared in Education is Not a Crime Facebook Page.

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US-Iran exchange applicants rejected at UC Berkeley

In this video a few of my friends and I got together and planned a “Social Experiment” that emulated what the Baha’is are going through in Iran. The Denial of Access to Higher Education is a criminal act of disgrace by the Iranian government. Please SHARE this video to raise awareness and bring an end to Iran’s heinous acts of cruelty to the Baha’is, the largest religious minority in Iran!

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US-Iran exchange applicants rejected at UC Berkeley – or were they?

Hundreds of UC Berkeley students took part in a social experiment – without knowing it – as part of an awareness-raising campaign for the denial of higher education to tens of thousands of young Baha’is in Iran. The Baha’is are Iran’s largest religious minority and are persecuted by the government for their beliefs. Baha’is believe in gender equality, peaceful non-violence, and education for all.

A team of Berkeley students and alumni staged a campus pop-up advertising an exchange program for students and professors with universities in Iran. People who signed up were offered free cupcakes and asked to fill out a simple form with just three questions.

Do you believe in the equality of men and women?
Do you believe in world peace?
Do you believe in universal education?

People who said yes to these questions were in for a surprise.

The social experiment was designed to help students on the Berkeley campus – one of the world’s most prestigious universities – feel for a few seconds what Iranian Baha’is have been feeling for almost 40 years.

Young Baha’is are barred from teaching and studying at Iranian universities. But education can never be a crime.

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