It was Marjan and Mani’s eight-year-old daughter, Dina, who opened the door when their home was raided by intelligence agents […]
My name is Mohsen (Mani) Aliabady Ravari, and I was born on 29 June 1978 in Tehran. My wife Manizheh (Marjan) Bagheri was born on 22 July 1983 in Hamedan.
Iran’s Supreme Court has ruled that nine Christian converts serving five-year prison sentences for their involvement in house-churches should not have been charged with “acting against national security”.
For four decades, by exerting structural and institutionalised violence and legalising discrimination against millions of religious minorities, the Iranian regime has sought to subdue, de-identify, and even eradicate them, writes Fred Petrossian.
The UN’s General Assembly yesterday passed a resolution highlighting “widespread patterns of serious human rights violations” in Iran, including the […]
A new report by a Christian charity in Germany is highly critical of its immigration service for failing to recognise […]
Article18 has joined 30 other organisations in calling on UN member states to support an upcoming resolution highlighting “widespread patterns […]
Christian converts Sasan Khosravi and Habib Heydari have been summoned back to prison to serve the remainder of their one-year sentences for “propagating against the Islamic Republic by promoting Christianity”.
Article18 is calling on the Iranian regime to provide Persian-speaking Christians with a #place2worship.
Article18 has written to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, asking her to seek answers from the Iranian regime to the question of “where Persian-speaking Christians can gather to worship freely”.