Emma’s interrogator said her arrest was part of a major national operation, in which Christians in as many as 23 […]
“Suffocating.” That’s the word Christian convert Alireza Mohammadpour uses to describe his treatment by agents of Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence, […]
It was clear from the questions the interrogators asked him that Iman Ghaznavian Haghighi had been arrested only because of […]
When Arina’s brother came to visit her in prison, he told her that if she refused to give up her […]
The deaths of an elderly Iranian couple following a violent raid by intelligence agents on their house-church in 2008, though […]
Christian convert Bita Rezaee was forced out of Iran after intelligence agents alleged that she had purchased her girls refuge with the help of “foreign Christians”, with the “aim of leading the girls away from Islam”.
When Tat Stewart, the son of Presbyterian medical missionaries, returned to Iran, it was the summer of 1979 and the revolution, in Tat’s words, was in “full bloom”.
Iranian Christian prisoner of conscience Nasser Navard Gol-Tapeh has written a poem on the occasion of the Persian New Year, […]
Among the many challenges Iranian Christians face following arrest are the various cunning techniques used by interrogators in an attempt to sow seeds of distrust between them and their fellow house-church members.
On International Women’s Day, we honour the Christian women who have been arrested, charged or imprisoned over the past 12 […]