Iranian Christians often are forced to sign agreements to abstain from gathering at house churches.
Over 340 million Christians live in areas where they face persecution for their faith.
The Nineveh plains and northern Iraq is home to many of the country’s remaining Christians.
It is not rare that Christians are being sent to “re-education” sessions with Islamic clerics.
Lebanon has nearly a forty per cent Christian population, hosting Christian minorities fleeing conflict elsewhere in the region.
Iran uses the country’s Penal Code to prosecute Christians for their peaceful religious activities.
Jordan has long appeared to a stable country in the region, receiving hundreds of thousands of refugees in the past decade.
Christians living in Nineveh Governorate face near-daily security threats with the presence of radical Muslim militia.
The Christian convert, his wife, and his son are facing violent death threats as a result of their faith.