By Omid Djalili
As my own daughter celebrates the end of her A-levels with her friends and looks forward to university, perhaps there is a similar backdrop now to her life. I'm reading about the shutting down of the Bahá'í Institute for Higher Education, an online programme set up in 1987 to support the Bahá'í youth as they are barred from universities. A few weeks ago the authorities raided 39 homes of Bahá'ís who operated the institute and 12 people were arrested.
- Omid Djalili is a stand-up comedian, actor, television producer and writer