Two weeks after being released from prison, Ebrahim Firouzi set out on the long journey to the remote town where he is to spend two years in internal exile.
Ebrahim Firouzi was released from prison on 26 October and must now serve two years’ internal exile in a remote southeastern town.
Nine Christians have been sentenced to five years each in prison for “acting against national security”.
Christian convert Mahrokh Kanbari (65) has been summoned to prison to begin serving a one-year sentence for “propaganda against the system”.
Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is very concerned about the future of his sons, as the state refuses to recognise them as Christians.
UN Rapporteur Javaid Rehman calls for an end to the criminalisation of the peaceful expression of faith
Christian convert Fatemeh Bakhteri has been summoned to Tehran’s Evin prison, where she began serving her sentence on 31 August.
Iranian Christian Sevada Aghasar was conditionally released from Tehran’s Evin Prison on Sunday 21 July.
The cross on top of an Assyrian church building in Tabriz has been reinstated, following international outcry.
On 1 July, security agents arrested eight Christians in Bushehr, southwest Iran, while on 5 July, five other Christians began serving prison sentences in Karaj.