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"These statements (of condemnation) demonstrate that increasing numbers of people of all races and religions throughout the world want to see justice done in Iran -- not just for the Baha'is but all of its citizens who face gross human rights violations," said Ala'i.
Ala'i said it was because the Iranian regime had no basis for a case.
Diane Ala'i of the Baha'i International Community said the activities of the Baha'i leaders had to do with meeting the minimum spiritual and administrative needs of the 300,000-member Baha'i community of Iran.
Ala'i said that, since the Islamic revolution in 1979, more than 200 Baha'is have been executed in Iran.
"This trial is all about them being Baha'i," Ala'i said.