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Iranian pastor charged with 'enmity against God'

August 6, 2014

An Iranian pastor has been charged with waging war against God or "Moharebeh" – a crime punishable by death. Pastor Matthias Haghnejad was arrested at his home by Iranian security forces on the morning of July 5 along with two friends, Mohammad Roghangir and Suroush Saraie.

 



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