A Christian convert forced into internal exile after six years in prison has been pardoned
In Iran, the death penalty is permitted as a punishment for blasphemy.
Both men were imprisoned for “acting against national security by organizing house-churches and promoting ‘Zionist’ Christianity"
Iranian citizens, including those of the Christian faith, are letting their voices be heard regarding the harsh Islamic rule
Political correctness is a plague which impacts Germany to a great extent.
The report reveals that the Iranian government uses fabricated claims of national security as grounds for prosecuting Christians.
In many Muslim countries, converting to Christianity is a risky move and can be severely punished.
In a landmark decision for Christians in Iran, nine Christian prisoners have been released.
Iran ranks as the ninth worst country in the world for Christian persecution by Open Doors USA