large quantities of confiscated
Christian materials were a ‘publicity stunt’
that reflected the Iranian regime’s fear of
Christianity, according to a religious freedom advocate Mansour Borji.
World Watch Monitor
Borji, from advocacy group Article 18 said
that the photographs were meant as a deterrent to stop Christians from meeting over
the summer months, and demonstrated the
regime’s ‘disrespect’ for religious freedom,
despite its claims to the contrary.
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