Pope Francis has broken his silence on the protests in Iran, specifically referring to the “recent demonstrations demanding greater respect for dignity of women” as part of his general condemnation of the death penalty.
An Iranian-Assyrian woman has been released on bail after more than a month in detention in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison […]
A “Church of Iran” pastor who had been on leave from prison since last summer was rearrested at a Christmas […]
An Iranian artist who once donated an illustrated copy of the Psalms to families of the victims of 9/11 has reportedly been sentenced to death for “spying for foreign countries”.
The annual Christmas and New Year celebrations at the most famous Armenian church in Iran were cancelled this year, in what has been viewed by many as a signal of solidarity with protesters.
A Christian convert recently released after nearly five years’ imprisonment for “acting against national security” is now mourning the death […]
The Iranian regime continues to use the voices of its recognised Christian minority as part of its propaganda drive against […]
Three “Church of Iran” members serving five-year prison sentences for “spreading deviant beliefs contrary to Islam” have been cleared of wrongdoing in a second trial on identical charges.
Article18 director Mansour Borji has welcomed yesterday’s historic decision by UN Human Rights Council members to send a fact-finding mission […]
The former parliamentary representative of Iran’s Assyrian minority has strongly criticised Christians for participating in or encouraging participation in the ongoing protests.