According to Iranian justice any Muslim who leaves Islam to convert to any other religion will be arrested.
Article18 Advocacy Director Mansour Borji told BBC Persian that the lashes were “inhumane and humiliating.”
The prosecutor rejected the charge of “propaganda against the state” on the basis that there was a lack of evidence.
Cybersecurity remains a primary concern for Iran’s Christian diaspora.
Converting to Christianity and preaching the Gospel are considered "crimes against national security" in Iran.
Recent weeks have shown that we can expect the country to continue in its persecution of Christians.
Iranian prisons are so overcrowded that the regime has already released tens of thousands prisoners.
Christians converted from Islam face imprisonment in Iran - a CBN News report