Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Iran: Baha’i woman arrested, her business closed down ( she used instagram )

Following month of harassments and intimidations, on June 16, the Iranian regime’s court summoned Ms. Sara Akhlaghi, a Bahaii resident of Shiraz, southern Iran for signing a waivers to have her maison unlocked, according to a report published Tuesday by the website of the Women’s Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran ( NCRI ).

Bahai woman arrested in Iran, her business shutdown
Ms. Akhlaghi advertized her maison's wedding gowns on Instagram.
However, internet security agents hacked and blocked her account for 'dissemination of indecent photographs and inciting and encouraging others to breach public decency.'
In the next stage, her maison was sealed without prior notice. They posted a banner on the door, which read, 'This business has been sealed because of disseminating indecent photographs and is not allowed to do business.'
Then on June 16, Ms. Akhlaghi was summoned to court ostensibly to reach an agreement for unlocking her business, but she was arrested on the spot. There is no information available on her whereabouts, the report added.

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