An Iranian Christian who was beaten and had equipment from her sewing shop destroyed has been told by a judge in that Middle Eastern nation that she has no recourse because she is guilty of evangelism.
The woman ran a tailoring business and volunteered to teach three girls how to sew. During their conversations, she talked about her Christian faith and began teaching them about Christianity. But one of the young women was reportedly from a Muslim family who became upset over the incident. Eventually, the sewing instructor’s shop was broken into, much of her equipment destroyed, and she was beaten and threatened with death. The woman was then taken to court, and a judge said her persecutors were within their rights to attack her. Read the rest here.