Baha’is share pain of a persecuted past
(MCT) — CHICAGO — One skinny scar lies just to the side of Minoo Panahi’s left eye from when a Muslim classmate threw a rock at her. Several round spots mark her face — the result of a nervous scratching habit developed after years of stress. An emotional ache lingers decades after her father was murdered, shot in the head when he opened the front door.
The River North resident is one of an estimated hundreds of Chicago Baha’is who share the pain of a persecuted past.
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