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Iran: An Afghan Christian Convert Forcibly Fired Out

Iran: An Afghan Christian Convert Forcibly Fired Out

Iran: An Afghan Christian Convert Forcibly Fired Out 20 May, Tehran; an Afghan Christian convert who was threatened and interrogated by the Intelligence Service officers forced to leave Iran according to the
news received by VOICR. Mr. Ilia Arab was beaten by the officials.

during the interrogating in the Department of Foreign Nationals’ Security office where the goal of inquisition in the city of Karaj at 10 A.M on 14 April 2015. The officials put the Deacon under pressure through to pass his faith up that he denied the demands as the Christian rights activists said. Ultimately, he left illegally the country along with his 1510917_390847941051926_1390057188_nwife within a month, whereas, his wife Nasim Khaki, an Iranian citizen, had a surgical operation on 4 April 2015. It is worth noting that his daughter has no any Identification card due to her father’s faith. Ilia and his family would face any horrible risk if they were returned back to Afghanistan for whatever reason by the Iranian government. Nasim is the sister of a Christian activist of the Church of Karaj County who was arrested by

 Security Forces of Intelligence Service in the city of shoush on 5 March 2014. Mr. Amin Khaki was reportedly transferred to Karoon prison on 7 May 2014 that he released eventually on the bail after having ten months in the chambers of the regime on 3 Jan 2015

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