International Conference on Divine Religions Kicks off in Iran
An International conference
on divine religions has
begun in Isfahan, central
Iranian province Thursday
where Zoroastrian, Jewish, Armenian and
Assyrian representatives are in attendance.
The gathering is to review moderation from
the divine religionsˈ point of view and discuss
ethnic violence and conflicts.
Head of the conference secretariat,
Hojjatoleslam Habib Reza Arzani said, the event
is aimed at introducing the existing capacities
in Iran for different religions.
Despite false claims that there is no freedom
for religious minorities in Iran, currently some
200,000 followers of various divine religions
are living in the country peacefully, said