The Baha'is of Egypt have been subjected to persecution and systematic oppression. While their quest for equality has been finally heard by many of their fellow citizens, there remain challenges and obstacles to the implementation of laws intended to grant them their full civil rights and equal opportunity in their society. With the emergence of the new Egypt, they seek to be given the opportunity to actively engage in rebuilding their nation.
A letter, dated 5 March 2009, was issued to the Baha'is in Iran by the Universal House of Justice, the supreme administrative body of the Baha'i Faith. The letter, written in Persian, can be seen at this link. An English translation will be published as soon as it becomes available.