Iran upholds 6-year prison sentence for convert to Christianity
August 10, 2012
Iran’s court of appeals has upheld a six-year prison sentence for Farshid Fat’hi, a convert to Christianity who organized a house church.
Arrested in 2010, Fat’hi was sentenced on charges of “acting against national security… [and] collection of funds and propaganda against the Islamic regime by helping spread Christianity in the country.”
- Six Year Prison Term for Imprisoned Christian Upheld by the country’s Court of Appeals (Continentalnews)
- Iran court upholds practicing Christianity sentence (Jerusalem Post)
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