An Iranian Christian convert who has been seeking asylum in Germany for four years has until today to accept his deportation or hand over his work license.
The resurfacing of a decade-old murder case involving an American “Christian” woman has again brought to light one of the ways in which Iran systematically discriminates against non-Muslims.
An Iranian appeal court has upheld the sentences of five Christians facing a total of 22 years in prison and the equivalent of $2,225 in fines for organising house-churches.
An Iranian Christian convert with advanced Parkinson’s disease and his wife have been detained in Tehran. Homayoun Zhaveh, who is […]
A Christian convert from Karaj, near Tehran, has been arrested and remains in detention on unknown charges. Mohammad Golbaz, who […]
Three Iranian Christians have been informed that the Supreme Court has refused to review their sentences of prison and exile […]
Iranian-Armenian Christian Anooshavan Avedian faces 10 years in prison under the amended Article 500 of the Islamic Penal Code for what a notorious judge called “propaganda contrary to and disturbing to the holy religion of Islam”.
A lawyer who once helped to save a pastor from death row is now imprisoned alongside him.
Iran’s “misinformation campaign” against religious minorities, including Christian converts, is the focus of a new report by the US Commission […]