TEHRAN, IRAN (Worthy News)– A new report by the International Campaign for Human Rights shows that many Christian customs in Iran are criminalized by the authorities, according to Barnabas Aid.
Although the Iranian government claims to respect the rights of
religious minorities, the report found that Christian converts and
members of unregistered churches can face extrajudicial punishment and
even execution for apostasy. In fact, the Islamic Republic hasn't
permitted a single new church to be built since its revolution. Instead,
many churches have been closed as attendance is restricted, members are
monitored and their Bibles and other religious literature are routinely