5 ways Iran violates Christians’ right to religious freedom

By The Christian Post

An Iranian flag flies in an Abyaneh mountain village. | Wikimedia Commons/Nick Taylor

Five Christian groups have submitted a collaborative report to the United Nations Human Rights Committee, listing five ways in which Iranian Christians face violations to their right to freedom of religion or belief that go against the Islamic country’s international commitments.

The nonprofit watchdog group Article 18, which promotes religious freedom and tolerance for Christians in Iran, has released the report in collaboration with its partner organizations Open Doors, Christian Solidarity Worldwide, Middle East Concern and The World Evangelical Alliance.

Here are the five ways Iran persecutes Christians, according to the report:

Source:The Christian Post