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For almost two centuries followers of the Baha'i faith Iran's largest religious minority have been persecuted by the state They have been made scapegoats for the nation's ills branded enemies of Islam and denounced as foreign agents Since the Islamic Revolution of 1979 Baha'is have been barred from entering the nation's universitiesthan two hundred have been executed and hundredsimprisoned and tortured Now however Iran is at a turning point A new generation has begun to question how the Baha'is have been portrayed by the government and the clergy and called for them to be given equal rights as fellow citizens In documenting for the first time the plight of this religious community in Iran since its inception Fereydun Vahman also reveals the greater plight of a nation aspiring to develop a modern identity built on respect for diversity rather than hatred and self deceptionFor almost two centuries followers of the Baha'i faith Iran's largest religious minority have been persecuted by the state They have been made scapegoats for the nation's ills branded enemies of Islam and denounced as foreign agents Since the Islamic Revolution of 1979 Baha'is have been barred from entering the nation's universitiesthan two hundred have been executed and hundredsimprisoned and tortured Now however Iran is at a turning point A new generation has begun to question how the Baha'is have been portrayed by the government and the clergy and called for them to be given equal rights as fellow citizens In documenting for the first time the plight of this religious community in Iran since its inception Fereydun Vahman also reveals the greater plight of a nation aspiring to develop a modern identity built on respect for diversity rather than hatred and self deceptionFor almost two centuries followers of the Baha'i faith Iran's largest religious minority have been persecuted by the state They have been made scapegoats for the nation's ills branded enemies of Islam and denounced as foreign agents Since the Islamic Revolution of 1979 Baha'is have been barred from entering the nation's universitiesthan two hundred have been executed and hundredsimprisoned and tortured Now however Iran is at a turning point A new generation has begun to question how the Baha'is have been portrayed by the government and the clergy and called for them to be given equal rights as fellow citizens In documenting for the first time the plight of this religious community in Iran since its inception Fereydun Vahman also reveals the greater plight of a nation aspiring to develop a modern identity built on respect for diversity rather than hatred and self deception