No Merry Christmas for Iranian Christians

By Ethel C. Fenig:

Iranian Christians did not wish their fellow Iranians a Merry Christmas (kerismas mobārak in Farsi, the language of Iran) publicly this year. Or last year. Along with other religions in that country, such as Judaism, Bahai, Zoroastrian or other Muslim branches besides the Shia denomination of Islam, which is Iran’s official religion, religious freedom there is increasingly restricted according to the 2018 United States International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) Report which revealed…

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