Rasoul Abdollahi -Evin prison
Maryam Naghash-Zargaran -Evin prison
Ebrahim Firouzi - Evin prison
Detained Christian- Saeed Abedini
Detained Christian- Shiraz ,Iran
Detained Christian-Tehran Iran
Torture of a convert by Iranian regime
Iran burned New Testments !
Millions of people were forced from their homes because of their religious beliefs last year, the U.S. government said Monday, citing the devastating impact of conflicts in Syria, Iraq and the Central African Republic.
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.
On Sunday night, the final game of the World Cup was broadcast in Iran, but with a few seconds delay.
Iranian plain-clothed security authorities raided the residence of a non-Trinitarian Christian, Mattias Hagh-Nejad, and arrested him and two of his fellow believers for unknown reasons. The fate of these religious dissidents remains unknown at the time of publishing this report.
Vahid Hakkani, Christian prisoner in Shiraz prison, started another hunger strike to protest authorities' rejection of his and two other Christian prisoners request for conditional release. Hunger strike is a prisoner's last resort to express their objection to a certain matter.