IRAN: Evangelical Christianity is the most horrifying intelligence and security organization in the world

Fascinating. There is a growing and palpable fear of Christianity as the Iranian religious authorities reluctantly acknowledge the spread of Christianity within Iran:

A Revolutionary Guard backed news agency named Fars quoted a pro-regime Islamic cleric who was introduced as an outstanding scholar in denominations, as saying “evangelical Christianity is the most horrifying intelligence and security organization in the world!”

In a conference on “New-Age Cults” in Varamin, a county south of Tehran, Akhond Mohsen Alizadeh said, “We should not allow these cults to question Islamic jurisprudence under the cover of mysticism”. He added, “They tell the youth that God is wrathful and horrible in Islam but is love in Christianity. Also, Christian preachers answer the questions and doubts of youth in their own interest and try to attract them.”

After strongly warning against false mysticism, this misguided cleric suggested that a place in universities be dedicated for the study of false mysticism in order to explain real Islam so that the youth will see that Islam is a great defensive and attacking plan of life.

However, he neglected to mention what kind of Islam was introduced and practiced in the thirty three years since the Islamic revolution, so that now they want to show the true face of Islam, especially to youth!

It is not clear what kind of reasoning this scholar used to relate evangelical Christianity to horrifying intelligence organizations. What is obvious is the fear and inability of the Islamic Republic in preventing the spread of Christianity among Iranian youth and this has made the regime to babble incoherently.

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3 Responses to “IRAN: Evangelical Christianity is the most horrifying intelligence and security organization in the world”

  1. Gordon Says:

    Evangelical Christianity is an American religion and thats the real issue they have with it, not anything mystical or theological.

  2. Goy Says:

    @Gordon,

    Mohsen Alizadeh said “We should not allow these cults to question Islamic jurisprudence under the cover of mysticism”. what has that got to do with an “American religion” whatever that is, thought evangelical christianity as a movement began in the U.K.

    Mohsen Alizadeh would challenge any movement that questions islamic supremacy and jurisprudence.

  3. Gordon Says:

    It may have begun in the UK but as a “faith expression” as expressed by missionaries targeting these countries it is entirely American.

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