Baha´i sentenced to death in Yemen

The Intergroup is extremely concerned about the case of Mr Hamed Bin Haydara, a member of the Baha’i community in Yemen, who was sentenced to death on January 8, 2018. Below is an outline of the case, provided by the Baha’i International Community in Brussels.
Bahaí Mr Haydara sentenced to death

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