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Christmas Greetings From A Christian Prisoner

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Ibrahim Firouzi a Christian prisoner who has spent more than four years in prison in Iran on religious grounds, has sent a letter of encouragement to Christians from Gohardasht prison in Karaz, Iran. Have mercy and joy in the Lord because the door of his Mercy has been opened in our Lord Jesus Christ. The commemoration of Christmas is the ... Read More »

Midnight Raids On Christians, By Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp

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According to News sources, around midnight the Revolutionary guard Corp’s intelligence forces stormed the house of Christian activist’s in Karaj. In early morning hours they stormed 8 houses simultaneously. They savagely took them, and there is no information on their status or whereabouts. Their families have no information. Four were arrested, Amin Khaki, Milad Goudarzi, Shabab Shahi, Alireza Nour Mohammadi. ... Read More »

10 Iranian Christian Converts In Iran Receive Unjust Lengthy Sentences

The total reported earlier of recent Iranian Christian converts in Iran that have been targeted for long-term imprisonment and Exile by the courts has risen from 8 to 10. Those named Christians facing heavy sentences are Youcef Nadarkhani, Victor Bet Tamraz, mohammad-Reza omidi,  Muhammad Ali Musayyib zade, Zaman fadaei, Sawada AGhasar (summon for serving) Hadi Asgari and Amin Afshar nadery. ... Read More »

Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani Summoned Again To Court

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Pastor Youcef  Nadarkhani who was released from prison in Iran last week was summoned to court again, and subsequently rearrested along with 3 other Christians from the same church. He was previously arressted  and charged with apostasy and sentenced to death. In 2012 his sentence was reduced and he was released after serving 4 years for the charge of acting ... Read More »

Maryam Naghash Zargaran Attacked In Iranian Prison

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Maryam Naghash Zargaran (Nasim) in Evin prison in Iran, has been under increasing pressure there from officials and fellow inmates.  She has been placed into cells with criminals. A few days ago, an argument over phone time ensued when Nasim asked to use her time on the phone and a 54 year old woman, convicted as a thief attacked her ... Read More »

A Call For Action

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This week marked a first for Global Summits.  A Global Summit was held for Christian Persecution.  while I am grateful  that the Persecution of Christians is recognized as the levels of Persecution rise to levels not seen in modern day.  I have to call on President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to act on the persecution of Christians, political ... Read More »

Human Rights Groups Use Twitter To Highlight Human Rights Abuses In Iran

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  This week, twitter users  are highlighting some of the abuses committed by the regime in Iran.  The first shows that the Morality  police entered a Christian Church and demanded that women wear a head covering.  Imagine worshiping and have the police storm in and make demands for women to cover up.  Iran demands all women wear the Hijab.  This ... Read More »

Can You Hear The Voices Still Crying From The Darkness

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Recent days as some attempt to shed light on the darkness of the current Iranian regime, like Senator Bob Corker and others here, show’s an increase in voices calling from the darkness of Iran not only for help, but to show their Faith and freedom can not be taken from their very souls. There are so many voices crying out ... Read More »

Iran Violates International Covenant On Religious And Political Rights Sentencing Christian Convert

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Despite Iran’s participation in an International Rights Covenant, Christian Converts And Political Prisoners are in a vicious circle of abuse. Ibrahim Firouzi, a Christian Convert in Iran, has been handed a 5 year prison sentence. He has, like most religious and political prisoners in Iran been arressted, imprisoned, released and re-arressted with either new or the same charges and years ... Read More »

Religious Prisoner In Iran Asks: “Will Things Ever Be All Right Again”

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Maryam (Nasim) Naghash Zargaran asked this question not long ago.  She remains in Prison in Iran, for her faith in Christ and her work with Saeed Abidini.  While she ended her hunger strike last year with promises of better conditions and release, and was released for temporary reprieves, each time they added time to her original sentence.  This mental torture, ... Read More »