The issue of religious minorities in Iran and just how freely they practice their faith in a Shia Muslim nation is the subject of much debate on an international scale.
Only recently the UN human rights commission sent Iran's judiciary a series of questions regarding human rights in the Islamic republic, some of which were related to religious minorities.
Iran Today has in previous programs looked at various freedoms-related issues in Iran. From political and social freedoms, to the level of comfort in which members of Iran's three main religious minorities live.
In this edition of the show we will be going deeper, and asking Iranians who are not Muslim, what life is like for them in the Islamic Republic.