amin afshar manesh

September 14, 2011

Protestant Christians in Shiraz Sentenced to One Year in Prison

Protestant Christians in Shiraz Sentenced to One Year in Prison Last week an appeals court in the southern city of Shiraz upheld a one year prison sentence for Pastor Behrouz Sadegh-Khanjani of the Protestant Christian group, the Church of Iran, and five other church members, Parviz Khalaj, Amin Afshar Manesh, Mehdi Forutan, Mohammad Baliad, and Nazli Makarian, according to the lawyer for the defendants, Mahmoud Taravatrooy. Taravatorooy told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that his clients, sentenced on the charge of “propaganda ... read more
May 18, 2011

Protestants Acquitted of Political Charges, Recognized Under Iran’s Constitution

Protestants Acquitted of Political Charges, Recognized Under Iran’s Constitution On 14 May 2011 the Revolutionary Court of the northern city of Bandar Anzali acquitted twelve Protestant Christians of the specific charge of “forming a society with the intent of disrupting national security.”... read more
May 4, 2011

Stop Persecution of Protestant Church

Stop Persecution of Protestant Church (4 May 2011) Iranian authorities should end the judicial persecution of members of the evangelical protestant Church of Iran and other churches, the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran said today. Specifically, the Campaign appeals to Iran’s Judiciary to overturn criminal sentences of church members including a death sentence for Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani and prison term for Pastor Behrouz Sadegh-Khanjani. “Iranian authorities must stop targeting religious ... read more