Tag: Iranian Christians

Germany's migration office ignores persecution of Christian converts

Political correctness is a plague which impacts Germany to a great extent.

USCRIF report depicts Iran’s misinformation campaign against Christians

The report reveals that the Iranian government uses fabricated claims of national security as grounds for prosecuting Christians.

Iranian Christian converts interrogated and imprisoned

In many Muslim countries, converting to Christianity is a risky move and can be severely punished.

Nine Christian prisoners released in Iran

In a landmark decision for Christians in Iran, nine Christian prisoners have been released.

Iranian authorities order pastor back to prison after temporary reprieve

Iran ranks as the ninth worst country in the world for Christian persecution by Open Doors USA

Iranian Christian converts receive reduced sentences

The update to the penal code in February 2021 suggests that religious freedom in Iran will continue to be severely restricted.

New Iranian bill could allow death penalty for Christian activity

Iran already increased the criminalisation of Christian activity with updates to the Penal Code this year.

Iranian authorities deny early release for Christian convert

Last year, Christian convert Fatemeh Mohammadi was arrested during an anti-government protest in Tehran.

Iran sentences Christian converts under new sectarianism law

 It is widely believed that this new law will serve as a more precise or expanded tool to suppress religious freedom.

Three Christians arrested under Iran’s amended penal code

Iranian Christians often are forced to sign agreements to abstain from gathering at house churches.