Publish Date: 
04/07/2017

Confiscation of Bahá’í Properties in the Village of Kata

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This document demonstrates that all properties belonging to the Bahá’ís of the village of Kata, in the province of Kohgilouiyyeh and Buir-Ahmad, were officially confiscated in the year 1373 [1994] by the order of the Governor of Islamic Revolutionary Court of Yaasouj, which was authorized by the representative of the Supreme Leader. However, several years later, in a letter addressed to the Chairman of Judiciary of the Province, the Chairman of the Headquarters for the Execution of the Commands of His Holiness the Imam [referring to the Supreme Leader] of the Province of Kohgilouiyyeh and Buir-Ahmad, refers to this document and informs of the existence of certain numbers of the confiscated properties that belonged to the Bahá’ís of the above-mentioned village, which are still in the possession of the some of the Bahá’ís in the village. He then orders that the provisions of the document must be executed and the relevant authorities take action to confiscate and transfer the properties to the Headquarters for the Execution of the Commands of His Holiness the Imam.