Four U.N. human rights experts have issued a joint statement, urging Iran to ensure 'a fair and transparent final hearing' at the country's Revolutionary Court for three Iranian Christians who have been sentenced for 'conducting evangelism' and 'illegal house church activities,' among other charges.
Two Iranian Christians were sentenced to a total of eight years in prison by a revolutionary court in December 2017, after being convicted of national security-related crimes.
The situation of a newly converted Christian couple who were summoned to the intelligence office of the Revolutionary Guards Corps in Tehran on September 11 and arrested after interrogation is still unclear.
CBN's viewers have responded overwhelmingly to a story we brought you last week about an Iranian Christian facing deportation by Sweden back to certain danger in Iran.
A judge in Iran has sentenced four Christians to 10 years imprisonment each for engaging in missionary activities and “conducting activities against national security.”
When we think of Iran, scenes of mobs shouting "death to America," blindfolded hostages, and radical leaders demanding nuclear technology come to mind. But there's another side of the country: Iranians who love America, Israel, and Jesus Christ.
An Iranian court has again refused a Christian prisoner an extension of her medical leave despite a doctor's advice that the treatments be continued.
A convert from Islam who was sentenced to five years in prison for "disturbing the national security of Iran" is praying for an appeal after waiting more than a year for a hearing on his sentence.
A Christian prisoner remains ill while Iranian officials refuse to transfer her to a hospital to receive the required medical care.
Earlier this month, agents from Iran's Ministry of Security raided the homes of Christian leaders in the city of Rasht.
During an official crackdown on Iran's house-church leadership, a Christian convert from Islam serving a sentence in Rajai Shahr Prison has secretly sent a message of encouragement to the Islamic Republic's persecuted Christians.
News of Saturday's release of Iranian-American Christian pastor Saeed Abedini was hailed, especially at an event in honor of religious liberty.
In lieu of his medical treatments, an Iranian Christian in Rajai Shahr Prison, north-west of Tehran, Iran, was instead given five more years in prison.
Iran's Islamist republic arrested a group of Christians on Christmas Day at a house church in the southern city of Shiraz.