On 26 June, Christian converts Milad Goudarzi, Amin Khaki and Alireza Nourmohammadi were informed that they had been sentenced to five years each in prison
The couple has relaunched their appeal to Iran’s Supreme Court.
Iran’s Supreme Court is considering the retrial petitions for two cases involving Christian converts
Christian convert Naser Navard Gol-Tapeh, who is serving a ten-year prison sentence on national security charges, has written a poem on the occasion of Nowruz, the Persian New Year
Christian convert Homayoun Zhaveh, who has advanced Parkinson’s disease, and his wife Sara Ahmadi have been told to expect a summons to begin serving their prison sentences for belonging to a house church.
The UN’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has ruled that the Iranian government is guilty of arbitrarily detaining Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani and has called for his immediate release
Christian convert Ebrahim Firouzi has ended his hunger strike after receiving assurances that he will soon be released and the case against him dismissed.
Ebrahim was arrested after releasing a series of six videos detailing harassment by Iranian intelligence services (MOIS).
Bushehr Court of Appeal has upheld the one-year prison sentences of Christian converts Habib Heydari and Sam and Sasan Khosravi.
On 18 January, Christian rights activist Fatemeh Mohammadi was arrested for being dressed “improperly” in Iran.