After the attack on the religion Yari (Yasan), this time, Kermanshah Christians’ Cemetery was closed in eastern Kurdistan.

According to the Kurdistan Human Rights Association Report, the Kermanshān Municipality closes the city’s Christian cemetery and has been banned from entering the cemetery and conducting ceremonies for their dead.

One source in the city of Kermanshah told the Kurdistan Human Rights Asociation that, following the issuance of the order, a number of Christians in the city and other cities have been protested, and so far no government institutions has responded to the protests.

It should be noted that a large part of this cemetery has been destroyed by the municipality for various reasons under the pretext of a military base and is now aiming at the general destruction of the cemetery.

The cemetery of Kermanshah Christians has been attacked several times by various agents affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards and the security institutions of the Islamic Republic of Iran and destroyed the gravestones and even the local people around this graveyard are dumping their garbage in this place. The protest of the population of Kermanshah Christians and other Christians in Iran has been accompanied.

In this regard, it should be noted that the city of Kermanshah in East Kurdistan has many religions, including Muslims, Christians, Yarsan, Zoroastrians and Baha’is who live together, but after the coming of the Islamic Republic of Iran, a large part of religious minorities They were under pressure, threatened and disrespectful by government agencies and institutions to leave the country and migrate to European countries, and those who remained were not allowed to perform any ritual activities and were constantly under the control and control and deprived of all legal, political, and human rights.

Kurdistan Human Rights Association