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Innocent Christians in Iran Sentenced to 45 Years in Prison - Media is silent to avoid damaging Islam's image

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Iran cracks down on its Christian minority.
On Friday, December 20, 2019, Iran Human Rights Activist News Agency reported that Abdolreza Ali Haghnejad, Mohammad Islam Doust, Behnam Akhlaghi, Babak Hosseinzadeh, Mehdi Khatibi, Khalil Dehghanpour, Hossein Kadivar, Kamal Naemanian, and Mohammad Vafadar Kamal were sentenced by Mohammad Moghiseh, the head of Tehran Revolutionary Court, Branch 28, to a total of 45 years in prison.
The court was held on September 23 and the verdict was announced on October 15.
Many Christian prisoners end their life in prison where they are subjected to mental and physical torture.
As part of implementing Sharia laws the Iranian parliament voted in favour of a bill, entitled "Islamic Penal Code", which codify the death penalty for any male Iranian who leaves the religion of Islam. Women would get life imprisonment. The majority in favour of the law was overwhelming: 196 votes for, with just seven against.
Under this law, Christians are brutally persecuted in Iran.
The media and the United Nations are turning a blind eye to the ethnic cleansing of non-Muslim minorities in Iran.
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