Christian convert Mary Mohammadi is among 12 female current and former prisoners of conscience interviewed as part of a new book on “white torture” inside Iran’s prisons.
Iranian Christian convert Mary Mohammadi poetically describes the immense impact of deprivation of education and how it feels for those like her to see children and students begin another academic year without them.
Forty-seven UN member states signed a joint statement read out at the Human Rights Council in Geneva last week, condemning […]
Iranian Christian convert Ebrahim Firouzi has already spent six years in prison followed by nearly a year in internal exile […]
At 6am on 28 September 1996, Christian convert Mohammad Bagher Yusefi (known as “Ravanbaksh”, or “soul giver”) left his home […]
Iranian-Assyrian pastor Victor Bet-Tamraz has spoken exclusively to Article18 about how his years of service to the Church in Iran […]
Lydia was just three months old when she was adopted by Iranian Christian converts Sam Khosravi and wife Maryam Falahi. […]
An Iranian woman convert to Christianity detained since her arrest at the end of June has finally been released on a reduced bail.
Two new reports claim to reveal an “ongoing” and “large-scale” hacking operation sponsored by the Iranian regime primarily targeting minorities […]
The bishop’s house in Isfahan – once the seat of the Anglican Church in Iran – was confiscated by an […]