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Iran’s regime arrests Christians on Christmas day

iran christiansIran’s fundamentalist regime arrested a group of practicing Iranian Christians on Christmas Day at an in-house church in the city of Shiraz, southern Iran.

The group of Iranian Christians had gathered together last Friday, December 25, to celebrate Christmas when plain-clothes agents of the Iranian regime’s notorious Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) raided the in-house church.

Armed MOIS agents ransacked much of the place and confiscated personal items and satellite dishes, according to eye-witness reports, which also said that the agents behaved ‘offensively’ towards those detained.

Among those arrested were:
Mohsen Javadi,
Elaheh Izadi,
Ahmad Golshani-Nia,
Reza Mohammadi,
Mahmoud Salehi,
Moussa Sari-Pour,
Alireza Ali-Qanbari,
Mohammad-Reza Soltanian,
And a ninth person whose identity was not established.

Separately on Wednesday, December 23, MOIS agents in the central city of Isfahan arrested Iranian Christian Mr. Meysam Hojjati in a raid on his home.

Mr. Hojjati was beaten and handcuffed while his home was searched and ransacked by four plain-clothes MOIS agents. His books, computer, mobile phone and even his decorated Christmas tree were confiscated. Mr. Hojjati was previously arrested by agents of the intelligence ministry in March 2012.

Read more at ncr-Iran.

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