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Rather, they come together in buildings and infrastructure that are both works of art and structural wonders.For example, the famously lovely 17th-century Khaju Bridge in Isfahan acts as a crossing and weir over the Zayandeh river, but also serves as a viewing platform, resting place and café where people can meet.Ein Film über bürgerschaftliches Engagement in Nordfriesland.A British woman imprisoned in Iran who went on hunger strike last week is being held because Britain is refusing to pay an arms deal debt from almost 40 years ago, her husband has claimed.was sentenced on national security charges in September last year, although the precise reasons for her arrest have not been made public.A news outlet affiliated with the country’s judiciary reported on Sunday that her original sentence has been upheld by an appeals court in the country’s capital, Tehran.The members of the newer, smaller churches are drawn both from the traditionally Christian ethnic minorities and converts from non-Christian background.

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Many members of the larger, older churches belong to minority ethnic groups – the Armenians – and Assyrians having their own distinctive culture and language.Christianity has a long history in Iran, dating back to the early years of the faith, and pre-dating Islam.It has always been a minority religion relative to the majority state religions (Zoroastrianism before the Islamic conquest, Sunni Islam in the Middle Ages and Shia Islam in modern times), though it had a much larger representation in the past than it does today.Her mental health had deteriorated to the point where she had considered suicide after being kept in both solitary confinement and cramped quarters for months at a time.Ms Zaghari-Ratcliffe was first detained in April 2016 at Tehran’s airport when leaving back to the UK after a family visit with her then 22-month-old daughter, Gabriella.Her husband, Richard Ratcliffe, told Amnesty International his wife had written a suicide note but had given it to her cellmate and not spoken of it since.