Christian Convert Faces Death-Sentence Deportation from Sweden to Iran

Jul 28, 2017
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“An Iranian actress who left Islam for Christianity has twice been denied asylum in Sweden and could be sent back to Iran where the penalty for conversion includes death.

The Islamic regime in Iran persecutes Christians. House churches are raided and closed, and leaders are imprisoned and often beaten and tortured. The regime follows Sharia law, which calls for the death penalty for apostates — those who leave Islam to follow another faith.”

The Swedish government’s complicity with Islam is becoming an international scandal.

At her hearing, a Swedish migration official told Aideen Strandsson it wouldn’t be as bad for her in Iran as she is expecting because it would only be six months in prison.

If you want to help Aideen, contact Sweden’s migration board: https://www.migrationsverket.se/English/Contact-us.html or the Embassy of Sweden: 2900 K St NW, Washington, DC · (202) 467-2600

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