Christian Pastor Feared Executed by Authorities Returned to Prison in Iran
June 26, 2014
A Christian pastor imprisoned for his faith, who had been missing for nearly three weeks and feared to have been executed without notice by Iranian authorities, has been returned to prison in Ghezal Hezar Prison in Karaj, Iran.
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