Islamic Clerics are warning against the spread of Christianity in the most Islamic City in Iran.  House churches are hunted down and conversion to Christianity is viewed as an action against national security in Qom, Iran. Christianity has been growing at a fast rate in the last couple of decades in Iran, that has caused the Islamic government a lot of concern, according to Mohabat News, an Iranian Christian News Agency.  A high profile Islamic seminary official, Ayatollah Alavi

Boroujerdi, stated “accurate reports indicate that the youth are becoming Christians in Qom and attending house churches.”  Another most senior Islamic Shi’ite cleric, Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi has repeatedly expressed his concern over the spread of Christianity among the youth in the country.  He and his other colleagues blame foreign influence for the conversion of young Iranians to Christianity.  READ MORE