Baha’i Student Expelled From Kashan University

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Neda Eshraghi BroujniNeda EshraghiBroujni, a computer science Baha’i student at Kashan University, was expelled from university for following the Baha’i faith, according to news published on January 20, 2018. After taking away her student ID, university officials also denied her access to the university website and banned her from coming into the university dorm.

According to an informed source, her sister, Mana EshraghiBroujni, was also banned from enrolling at university.


In paragraph 3 of the bill ratified by the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution in March 1991 which has also been endorsed by the mullahs’ supreme leader Ali Khamenei “Once it is confirmed that a student adheres to Bahaiism, whether at the time admission or during their studies, she/he must be deprived of education.”


The Iranian regime has even forbidden the members of Baha’i community from having their own independent or online university. After dismantling the university, the instructors have been condemned to long prison sentences.

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