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"As a group of Zoroastrians living in North America, with many of our community members having arrived (here) as religious refugees themselves, we have a duty to continue our engagement with our tenets of humata, hukhta and hvarshta (good thoughts, words and deeds) as we communally work to support the Afghan community, both locally and globally.” This statement was issued by The Zoroastrian Youth of North America (ZYNA), a Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America committee dedicated to advancing thought, leadership, engagement and active participation among next-generation Zarathushtis. ZYNA aims to increase the civic engagement and involvement of youth......

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There are many Iranian Zarthustis stuck up in Iran and in neighboring Turkey wanting some country to take them in after Trump stopped the rehabilitation program-me. In darkness better to first light up one's home and then take the lamp to the temple as the saying goes.
- Shapour B Badri
- 22-Nov-2021