Religious-freedom advocates from different minority groups were united on the need for increased collaboration during a compelling live discussion on […]
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”.
Christian convert Majidreza Souzanchi has been released after more than three years in prison.
A member of the Irish parliament has formally raised concerns over the recent summons to prison of a Christian couple in Tehran for belonging to a house-church.
Article18’s Mansour Borji describes the deep and long-lasting negative impacts of “white torture” on Iranian Christian prisoners of conscience.
A Christian convert with advanced Parkinson’s disease and his wife have been summoned to begin their prison sentences for belonging […]
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.
Esmaeil Falahati’s case shows how the fates of asylum-seekers—often Christians—have become subject to Turkish officials sometimes unsympathetic with their plight, and the repercussions of countries closing their borders to refugees.
An Iranian Christian convert with advanced Parkinson’s disease and his wife have been told to expect a summons any day […]