After the Iranian revolution, one of the main focuses of the Iranian government has been the religious purification of the country. The solution has always been to remove the so called "alien" or "pagan" laws and casting aside anyone who abides by those laws. During the past 30 years, Farsi-speaking Christians have been a target of religious persecutions in Iran but that has not stopped large numbers of people from converting into Christianity. These persistent conversions have concerned the Iranian government to the point where 3 years ago they started closing down all Farsi-speaking churches and only authorizing church services in other languages. Also, another strategy that has been used in the recent years has been to imprison the more evangelical Christians, leaving them no choice but to seek refuge in other countries . Nowadays, most Farsi-speaking Christians meet in house churches and get foreign support from several European countries and America.