"Iran, December 1993. An Islamic judge in Iran condemned a zealous Christian convert, Mehdi Dibaj, to death. His crime was apostasy from Islam. Dibaj had already served ten years in prison. Haik Hovsepian, the leader of Evangelical Christians of Iran, chose to speak out and launch an international campaign for Dibaj's sentence to be overturned. Haik's compaign was successful, and Dibaj was released only a few days before his execution date. But, there was a price to pay-- On January 19, 1994, Bishop Haik Hovsepian disappeared. Twelve days later his corpse was identified by his son. The body had been stabbed 26 times. He was not the last to be martyred. Since then several other Christians have been burtally tortured and put to death. This is the untold story of their sacrifices, courage, commitment and faith"
Not recommended for children under 13 due to some graphic content
Includes special features: A closer look at Haik's life ; Martyr Haik's songs ; A conversation with Haik's family ; Martyrdom, Iran and the Bible.