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Ahl-e-Hagh – Ahl-eHaqq-Sayed Farokh Shrine

Yârsân or Ahl-e Haqq on wikepdia

Enzyklopädie des Islam: Die Ahl-i Haqq (“Leute der Wahrheit”) oder Yarsan ist eine vorwiegend im Iran beheimatete Religionsgemeinschaft  :

Imam Chamene’i  antwortet auf eine Frage zu der Gruppe: “Wenn diese (Leute) die Einheit Gottes und das Prophetentum und einiges von den Notwendigkeiten der Religion (der Islam) nicht verleugnen, und nicht an einen Mangel bei der Botschaft des Gesandten des Islams – Allahs Lob sei mit ihm und den Reinen seiner Familie – glauben, dann sind sie nicht (als Leute) mit Unglauben oder (mit) ritueller Unreinheit zu beurteilen. Und wenn das anders als dies ist, muss die Angelegenheit der rituellen Unreinheit und rituellen Reinheit bei ihrer Berührung und beim Essen ihrer Speisen berücksichtigt werden.”

www.ahle-haqq.com : Ahl-e Haqq  is an oriental esoteric order that has attracted an immense number of followers over the centuries and has spread over a vast geographical area. In western provinces of Iran, (Kurdistan, Kermanshah and Azarbayejan) as well as Turkey and Iraq alone the adherents are estimated at around three million. In many towns and communities Ahl-e Haqq forms majority of the population. In recent decades the scope of the followers has expanded beyond the traditional boundaries and has reached many other countries

via H.G. mehriran: : Yarsan or Ahl-e-hagh are persecuted in Iran. (Feb 2013)

2011: mehriran: Ahl-e Haqq’s Shrine in Kermanshah Destroyed



HRA-Persian: 20 June 2011  تخریب زیارتگاه پیروان آئین یاری (اهل حق) در کرمانشاه

21 July 2011: Ahl-e Haqq’s Shrine in Kermanshah destroyed

via D.D.: Amnesty International  in the 2008 report on Kurds:

“” .. Other religious groups include the mainly Kurdish Ahl-e Haq, most of whose members live in Kermanshah and in or around the big cities. Their faith, which shares aspects of Islam’s tenets, embodies Kurdish religious identity. The Ahl-e Haq are not recognized under Iranian law and their rituals are prohibited. They are also banned from discussing their faith with the media. .. “”

see also : “”…The Ahl-e Haq are followers of a religion sharing aspects of Islam’s tenets founded in the 14th century, who live mainly in Iraq and western Iran. Most members are Kurdish, with smaller numbers from other ethnic minorities including Azerbaijanis. While Article 3(14) of the Iranian Constitution guarantees equality to minorities in Iran, members of Iran’s religious and ethnic minorities face widespread religious, economic and cultural discrimination in laws and practice, as well as in their interactions with the judicial system. The Ahl-e Haq faith is not recognized under Iranian law and its rituals are prohibited. Under Article 13 of Iran’s Constitution, only three religious minorities – Zoroastrians, Jews and Christians – are entitled to practice their faith. The Ahl-e Haq are also banned from discussing their faith with the media. Prolonged detention without charge facilitates torture or other ill-treatment and is in contravention of fair trial standards. Iranian law prevents suspects from having access to a lawyer until charges are formally brought, which can take months. Under Article 38 of the Iranian Constitution and Article 9 of the Law on Respect for Legitimate Freedoms and Safeguarding Citizens’ Rights, all forms of torture for the purpose of obtaining “confessions” are prohibited. Iran’s Penal Code also provides for the punishment of officials who torture citizens in order to obtain “confessions”. However, despite these legal and constitutional guarantees regarding the inadmissibility of testimony, oath, or confession taken under duress, forced “confessions” are sometimes broadcast on television even before the trial has concluded and are generally accepted as evidence in Iranian courts. Such broadcasts violate Iran’s fair trial obligations under Article 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, to which it is a state party. They also violate Iranian law, including Article 37 of the Constitution, Article 2 of the 2004 Law on Respect for Legitimate Freedoms and Safeguarding Citizens’ Rights and Note One to Article 188 of Iran’s Criminal Code of Procedure which criminalizes the publishing of the name and identity of a convict in the media before a final sentence has been passed… “” from  AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL – PUBLIC STATEMENT – 17 January 2013  AI Index: MDE 13/003/2013

via R.R.: Most people that have this religion  live in Kermashan ( kermanshah ), Ilam, Lorestan , Azarbayejan ( some village of Mianduab ), they are Kurdish and Azari. Yones Aghayan, political prisoner on death row is Yarsan. (Feb 2013)

“”.. Younes Aghayan is a follower of the Yari faith (Ahl-e Haq) ..”” http://www.iranhumanrights.org/2012/06/younes-aghayan/

from Andrew Collins: There are references in my book: “FROM THE ASHES OF ANGELS -… shows that this fabulous account stems from very real events that took place in the Near East, the cradle of civilization and the site of the historical land of Eden, in the millenia following the end of the last ice age. It is in fact a memory of a priestly or shamanic elite that arrived in the area, and began the process of the Neolithic revolution, creating a number of firsts for humanity including agriculture, metallurgy, architecture, beautification of the body, writing, divination and much more.Soft cover. 448 pages.  Comprehensive index. Bear & Company. 1998.


سید خلیل عالی نژاد – seyyed khalil aali nejad


PETITION : Stop the Execution of Younes Aghayan

December 2012 Younes Aghayan, ethnic prisoner sentenced to death

Younes Aghayan on Hunger Strike in Solitary Confinement

5 February 2013:  A court hearing for Younes Aghayan and three others was held but Younes Aghayan was not summoned to the court. he was not present during the court hearing, but the other three were.


Iran’s War Against its Religious Minorities

on RUDAW: 30 June 2013 – By Dr. Amir Sharifi,  president of the Kurdish American Education Society in Los Angeles

“.. Numbering over one million, the Yarsans are not recognized as a religious minority and they are labeled as Fergh e Zaleh, a “false cult”. ..”

“..  Yarsan religious and community leaders have been repeatedly summoned, interrogated, and often threatened or detained incommunicado by the Intelligence Agencies of the Islamic Republic.  .. ”


Music: Founded in 1997 by a group of Kurdish Ahl-Haqq (literally “Followers of the Truth”) currently residing in Germany, the members of the ” Razbar Ensemble ” are natives of Hashtgerd, a town of predominantly Kurdish culture located on the outskirts of Tehran. Through an ongoing series of sacred music concerts in Germany, France, and other European countries, the Ensemble has dedicated itself to upholding the time-honored spiritual music and traditions of the Ahl-e Haqq, a mystical order founded in the 15th century by Soltân Eshâq. The Ensemble derives its name from the beloved saint, Khatoun-e Razbar, who was Soltan’s mother.
with links to audio and video


published in German in 2013: Ahl-eHagh-book-german

Nūr ʿAlī Elāhī: Maʿrefat al-Rūḥ – Zur Erkenntnis der Seele

Eine persische Schrift zur Mystik aus dem 20. Jahrhundert

Farshid Delshad

Islamkundliche Untersuchungen Band 316

Klaus Schwarz Verlag
Langue: allemand
1. Edition (2013)
Paperback, 198 pages
ISBN 9783879974290
Disponibilité: livraison immédiate
39.80 €