Friday, April 13, 2012

Sweden: Immigration Authorities Set To Deport Iranian Christian Asylum Seekers Back To Iran To Be Persecuted

Torture of a convert by Iranian regime

What kind of depraved mind set would do such a horrible thing as to deport Iranian asylum seekers back to Iran where they will be tortured and persecuted? The immigration authorities in Sweden is set to deport Iranian Christian asylum seekers back to Iran if they have their way, even though the entire world knows that the Iranian regime persecutes and tortures Christians and that being a Christian in Iran is illegal
Apparently, the Swedes have forgotten that they will one day reap the bad fruit of what they have sown. Galatians 6:7, as did Great Britain, who lost their empire because of their treatment of the Jews during WWII. This horrific action by the Swedes reminds me of the events during WWII, when the British, in an effort to appease the muslims, refused to allow Jews to immigrate to Palestine, and all but stopped legal immigration of Jews to Palestine. During the war, Jews were forced to form an 'illegal'immigration effort to Palestine, in order to rescue tens of thousands of European Jews from Hitler's Final Solution. Jews were rescued from the Nazis by shipping them to Palestine in rickety boats. Many of these boats were intercepted and some sank with great loss of life.
Despite efforts and expressions of concern by asylum activists in Stockholm, to prevent Iranian Christian asylum seekers from being deported from Sweden, the possibility of their deportation by Swedish immigration authorities remains. These Christians face dangers if returned to their country of origin.

(Iranian Christian news agency, Mohabat News ) - After the immigration office of Sweden decided to deport Iranian asylum seekers, among whom are some Iranian Christians, a number of Human Rights and political activists made numerous efforts to prevent this from happening. Among these efforts we can mention the Federation of Iranian refugees held a demonstration in Sweden (Feb. 13) to protest the deportation verdict of one asylum seeker and the arrest of another refugee, as well as the presentation of a statement by four Human Rights activists to the Swedish immigration office.

In this statement it was written that "we are four Iranian Human Rights activists who object to the racist politics of the Swedish government towards the asylum seeker's community and strongly condemn the deportation of Mohammad-Reza Hamedi on February 15, 2012. We call on the immigration office of this country to immediately release asylum seekers including Mohammad-Ali Hodaei and Yasin Elyasi. They pleaded with this office to show a more humanitarian behavior towards these people. Read More

Related Story: Iran: Twelve Christians Await Verdict After Being Tried For Apostasy On Easter Sunday

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