BAHÁ’Í WORLD CENTRE — The Bahá’í World News Service now includes the Persian language on its website, marking a notable enhancement since the News Service was established over two decades ago.
While a distinct Persian site had existed until recently, this integration represents an important step in offering visitors a more complete experience.
Accompanying this release is the launch of a dedicated YouTube channel, offering Persian-language versions of BWNS video productions on developments in the global Bahá’í community.
To further enrich the experience for Persian-speaking audiences, the News Service has also introduced an email subscription to deliver the latest stories.
Established in the year 2000, the Bahá’í World News Service aims to publish thought-provoking and inspiring stories on insights emerging from efforts of the worldwide Bahá’í community to contribute to social betterment.
The Persian site sits alongside the English and three other language versions of the News Service: French, Russian, and Spanish.