“asked if I was a Muslim. I told him I had passed the Islamic theology exam

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  1. arthra

    arthra Baha'i

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    “Initially, the university administration told me that my documents were incomplete,” said the student, who asked not to be identified for security reasons. An official in the chancellor’s office “asked if I was a Muslim. I told him I had passed the Islamic theology exam to enter the university, but that I’m a Baha’i".

    “A few days later when I checked the university’s website, I noticed I had been cut from the classes I had signed up for. I went to the enrolment office and they told me I had dropped out from the university.

    “But what had really happened was they didn’t want to officially expel us, so they instead wrote down that we had chosen to drop out. That’s the most painful, shocking and unlawful thing the university officials could do.”

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  2. Devils' Advocate

    Devils' Advocate Well-Known Member

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    Sad day when even the universities are corrupted by conservative radicals.
     

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