Current Example Of The Exclusion Of Bahai Students From Iran’s Universities

HRANA News Agency – After completing the national university entrance examinations, Ava Amini-Yazdel, an 18-year old Bahai, was confronted with a message on the examinations result site saying that her file was incomplete, and she could not continue her education.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), “File defective” is currently the usual phrase used to exclude Bahai students from tertiary education.

Although President Hassan Rouhani had promised to address the issue of students being excluded from university, many Bahai students were excluded after the entrance examinations this year, on the excuse that their files were incomplete.

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