Pilgram said:Arthra says:
What society are you now talking about? Iranian? German? American?
The examples i posted were from Iran... In Iran, which claims to live under Moslem laws Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians are accorded rights although solely within the context of the larger Moslem society... so they are permitted properties and rights to practise their religion, not so for Baha'is, even though Baha'is are propably more numerous than Zoroastrans and Jews at this point...
The United Nations has sent a representative regularly to Iran to check on the status of Baha'is there and report back to the General Assembly.
In recent years while there are still Baha'is imprisoned for their religion not so many have been executed.
A well known example of execution can be found at this site:
Where a group of Baha'i women were executed.