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Lawyer for freed Iranian pastor now imprisoned. According to The American Center for Law & Justice, the Iranian lawyer who successfully represented Christian Pastor You-cef Na-dar-kha-ni in court, leading to his eventual release and acquittal of apostasy, has been detained and ordered to serve a lengthy prison sentence in one of Iran's most dangerous prisons. Mohammad Ali Dad-khah was sentenced to serve 9 years in prison and barred for 10 years from practicing or teaching law. He is currently incarcerated in ward 350 of Iran's notorious Evin prison.
International lawmakers support Israel's right to strike Iran. According to The Times of Israel, a group of 25 non-Jewish parliamentarians from 17 countries signed a resolution justifying a potential Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear facilities, saying such a move would be legal under international law and might be needed to ensure the survival of Israel. The lawmakers, including U.S. Congressmen and one Latin American minister, considered calling on their governments to cut diplomatic ties with Iran but the final resolution did not include such a clause.
Christians in Turkmenistan fined for holding worship services. According to Forum 18 News Service, eleven members of a Baptist church in the northern city of Dash-o-guz, Turkmenistan, were fined for participating in an unregistered religious community. The fines bring to more than twenty the number of Protestants known to have been fined since the summer amid an upsurge in raids.
The Bible says in 2 Corinthians 12:10: "Therefore I take pleasure in infirmities, in reproaches, in necessities, in persecutions, in distresses for Christ's sake: for when I am weak, then am I strong."
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