The seven Baha'i prisoners, photographed several months before their arrest, are, in front, Behrouz Tavakkoli and Saeid Rezaie, and, standing, Fariba Kamalabadi, Vahid Tizfahm, Jamaloddin Khanjani, Afif Naeimi, and Mahvash Sabet.
Fariba Kamalabadi, left, and Mahvash Sabet, right. The Bahai International Community has confirmed that they were transported on Tuesday 3 May from Gohardasht prison - where they have been since August 2010. They are now being held at Qarchak prison, some 45 kilometres from Tehran.
Fariba Kamalabadi, left, and Mahvash Sabet, right, pictured together in happier times. 57-year old Mrs. Sabet has been imprisoned since 5 March 2008. She is a teacher and school principal who was dismissed from public education for being a Baha'i. She and her husband have two grown children. 48-year old Mrs. Kamalabadi was arrested on 14 May 2008. She is a developmental psychologist and mother of three who was arrested twice previously because of her involvement with the Baha'i community.