Samuel Smith / Christian Today
Iran’s intelligence minister, Mahmoud Mahmoud Alavi, openly expressed concern last weekend about the spread of Christianity in the Islamic republic and said that some converts to Christianity were “summoned” to explain why they have converted.
The 65-year-old Alavi gave a speech before Shia clerics on Saturday, the day before the beginning of Ramadan.
According to the International Shia News Association, Alavi blamed “evangelical propaganda” for the increase in Iranian Muslims converting to Christianity in certain areas of the country.
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