- The government’s dealings with them must be in such a way that their progress and development are blocked.
B. Educational and cultural status
- They can be enrolled in schools provided they have not identified themselves as Bahá’ís.
- Preferably, they should be enrolled in schools which have a strong and imposing religious ideology.
- They must be expelled from universities, either in the admission process or during the course of their studies, once it becomes known that they are Bahá’ís.
- Their political (espionage) activities must be dealt with according to appropriate government laws and policies, and their religious and propaganda activities should be answered by giving them religious and cultural responses, as well as propaganda.
- Propaganda institutions (such as the Islamic Propaganda Organization) must establish an independent section to counter the propaganda and religious activities of the Bahá’ís.
- A plan must be devised to confront and destroy their cultural roots outside the country.
C. Legal and social status
- Permit them a modest livelihood as is available to the general population.
- To the extent that it does not encourage them to be Bahá’ís, it is permissible to provide them the means for ordinary living in accordance with the general rights given to every Iranian citizen, such as ration booklets, passports, burial certificates, work permits, etc.
- Deny them employment if they identify themselves as Bahá’ís.
- Deny them any position of influence, such as in the educational sector, etc.