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Religious Persecution and Oppression

AuthorNaghme Naseri Morlock
Title of item
Religious Persecution and Oppression
Subtitle of item
A Study of Iranian Baha'ís' Strategies of Survival
Parent publication   Journal of Hate Studies
Publisher of this ed.
Spokane, WA: Gonzaga University
Date of this edition 2021
Permission Creative Commons Non-commercial (see
Posted 2023-11-12 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Published Articles
Abstract Research based on extensive interviews exploring three ways that members of the Bahá'í community responded to diaspora and persecution: passing as Muslim, religious constancy in the face of danger, and alternating "passing" with open displays.
Notes This document is online under Creative Commons license at, where it is also available in HTML and XML formats. See also From Outsider to Outsider: A Study of Iranian Bahá'ís' Identity in Iran and the United States (Morlock, 2023).
Tags Bahai Institute for Higher Education (BIHE); Children; Childrens classes; Conversion; Ethics; Faith (general); Human rights; Identity; Injustice; Justice (general); Memorization; Non-violence; Persecution; Persecution, Education; Persecution, Human rights; Persecution, Iran; Persecution, Recantation; Persecution, stigmatization; Psychology; Resilience; Silence; Steadfastness; Taqiyyah (dissimulation); Teaching; Trauma
Locations Iran (documents); United States (documents)
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