Thursday, April 26, 2007

"Seeking Justice" A new Blog on the Baha'is of Egypt

A new blog entitled “Seeking Justice” has just emerged. It is authored by two attorneys. In their introductory statement to the blog, they state: “This blog is inspired by a principle shared by all religions–the need to seek truth and promote justice. In this spirit, our goal is to understand in greater depth the current situation of the Baha’is of Egypt and their efforts to obtain basic human rights. We look forward to your collaboration in this inquiry!”

The blogs first post dated 22 April 2007, and named "Who Is Entitled To Human Rights In Egypt?" addresses the 16 December 2006 Egypt’s Supreme Administrative Court ruling denying the Egyptian Baha’is of their right to be issued government mandated identification documents, thus denying them the right of citizenship.

To read the expert opinion of these prominent legal professionals, please connect to their blog here…. I strongly recommend that, if you are indeed interested in following the legal implications and analysis of the plight of the Egyptian Baha’is, you would be well served by following SEEKING JUSTICE on a regular basis.


  1. Thanks for the info, I will check this blog out for sure.

  2. Thank you for the information about this new blog! I checked it out and I think it has an impressive start.

  3. Thank you for your interest. You may want to share the site with others as you see fit.

  4. I hope that the blogging effort in support of the case of the Bahais in Egypt will make the authority in Egypt realize that the Baha’i Faith is a global religion, and that the world will not stand silent in face of the systematic discrimination and the effort to eliminate the Baha’i community of Egypt.

  5. well another blogspot could not hurt...

    "it is better to light a candle tan to curse the darkness—Anonymous Philosopher"

    I dont know who said it but I always thought it was a nice quote

    Later :-)

  6. Happy ninth day of Ridvan to all the Baha'i friends worldwide, and to you Bilo!


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