The regime bars the public practice of their faith, forcing Iranian Christians to worship secretly in their homes.
Iranian interference in electing the next prime minister of Iraq has caused more harm than good.
Preparations to release more prisoners temporarily appears to be under way amid fear of the escalation of coronavirus.
Amin Khaki has been informed that he is not obliged to complete his sentence.
One of the most distinguished soccer referees in Iran has already left the country.
Religious teachers and their students "express their gratitude for the Pope and for all those who care about the weak and needy".
In August 2019 US Vice President Mike Pence mentioned Mahrokh by name and in a Tweet demanded her freedom.
It is euphemistic to say that Christians have a hard time in these Muslim countries where discrimination is institutionalized.
One third of Iraqi Christians either live under the control of or are surrounded by Iranian-backed militias.