One of United4Iran's photo billboards has been launched in London, England. It features the image of the seven Baha'i leaders and the slogan, "Unjustly jailed for their religion." -- Baha'i Media. News story from Baha'i International Community
Images of the seven imprisoned Baha'is featured prominently in the United4Iran march through the streets of New Delhi, India. The photos show the peaceful procession led by social activist and spiritual leader, Swami Agnivesh, through the streets of New Delhi yesterday, on the eve of the fourth court hearing for the imprisoned Baha'is. Campaigners carried banners and placards depicting the seven Baha'i leaders, jailed without charge in Tehran's Evin prison for 20 months.
The initiative in India captured my attention. Not only the procession, but the fact that India's diverse religious leaders -- such as Swami Agnivesh and the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Delhi, expressed the same call for love, tolerance, and justice. It reminds me of one of my favorite short videos, set in India, which highlights both the religious diversity of that vast country and the wisdom of its diverse religious leaders. It is one of the video gems from doubletake.tv. Let me share it with you here: One Common Faith | doubletake.tv .
And in the spirit of love and justice, whatever your Faith, please keep the seven Iranian Baha'i leaders in your prayers.