A formal response to a court case in Morocco from the previous month in which three Bahá'ís were convicted of conspiring to overthrow the government, subvert religion, and disrupt the public order.
Comments have been added to give the English translation of text in French and Italian, and transcription of names to reflect the original Arabic/Berber spelling (download the Word version, below).
Freedom of Religion on Trial in Morocco:
The Nador Case
New York: Bahá'í International Community, 1963
Available in 3 formats: annotated Word document, PDF scan of the original book, and PDF without annotations:
1. Microsoft Word version, with annotations and transcriptions added
2. PDF of scanned images
3. Proofread / corrected PDF, but without annotations