I am saddened to read that discrimination against Baha’i students in Iran continues unabated.
Three students at the medical school of Sahand University were expelled on the grounds that they were Baha’is.
Yesterday, March 3, three students at the medical school of Sahand University in Tabriz were told by school officials that for unknown reasons the nationwide Organization for Assessment had closed their scholastic file and prohibited them from registering for the forthcoming semester.
The three expelled Baha’i students are: Sina Dana, Sama’ Nurani and Faraz Vazirzadeh. So far, the efforts of these students to follow up about their situation with the authorities have only been met by stonewalling and hanging up the phone.