Shilan Oraminejad, Razieh (Maral) Kohzady, and Zahra (Yalda) Heidary were arrested in their homes early in the morning of 9 May by agents of the Ministry of Intelligence.
A house-church leader who has already spent nearly five years in prison, and was once flogged for drinking Communion wine, has been flogged a second time and now faces two years in exile.
Over the past three years, Article18 has reported on numerous occasions about a group of Iranian Christians in Sweden who […]
There is a “critical need” for new resettlement opportunities and sponsorship programmes for Iranian Christian refugees in Turkey, says a […]
A Court of Appeal in Tehran has cut a decade-long prison sentence for a Christian down to two years after […]
In the week of the 10th anniversary of the forced closure of the largest Persian-speaking church in Iran, the Islamic […]
British-Iranian bishop Guli Francis-Dehqani has called on the UK government to consider offering a “safe-route scheme” for Iranians fleeing persecution […]
This Sunday will be the 10th anniversary of the forced closure of the largest Persian-speaking church in Iran, the Central […]
A 64-year-old Christian convert with advanced Parkinson’s disease and his wife have been acquitted and released from their combined 10-year […]
Intelligence officers belonging to the Law Enforcement Command of the Islamic Republic of Iran, or FARAJA, are using spyware to monitor members of minority groups, including Christians, according to new research.