American Center for Law & Justice
Fox News (words you won’t see very often at all) reports
A trial court in Iran has issued its final verdict, ordering a Christian pastor to be put to death for leaving Islam and converting to Christianity, according to sources close to the pastor and his legal team. Supporters fear Youcef Nadarkhani, a 34-year-old father of two who was arrested over two years ago on charges of apostasy, may now be executed at any time without prior warning, as death sentences in Iran may be carried out immediately or dragged out for years. It is unclear whether Nadarkhani can appeal the execution order.
Welcome to Iran (in the 12th century).
“The world needs to stand up and say that a man cannot be put to death because of his faith,” said Jordan Sekulow, executive director of The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ). “This one case is not just about one execution. We have been able to expose the system instead of just letting one man disappear, like so many other Christians have in the past.”
To the leaders of Iran- you MUST NOT murder this man. You may not.
- The bell tolls for Iranian Pastor Nadarkhani. (atwistedcrownofthorns.com)
- Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani Gets Final Execution Order (ibtimes.com)
- Where are the protests over Pastor Nadarkhani? (moretinythoughts.wordpress.com)
Iran, don’t do this. Don’t.
Imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, originally sentenced to death for apostasy and refusing to renounce Christianity, is now in even greater danger of being put to death in light of reports in state-run media of other charges, including being a Zionist and a threat to national security. “The charge of being a Zionist and thus a traitor is among the most serious accusations that can be made in Iran,” said Jordan Sekulow, executive director of the American Center for Law and Justice, or ACLJ. “Unfortunately, we know that this is the charge Iran levies to justify executing people who were actually arrested, imprisoned and tried on completely different charges.”
What barbaric inhumanity pretending to be ‘law’.
In a ruling from the Iranian Supreme Court obtained by FoxNews.com, Nadarkhani was sentenced to execution by hanging for breaking Islamic law by conducting Christian worship and baptizing himself and others.
Is there no one in Iran to speak out for this man and against this insane ruling?
- what would you do if your pastor was going to be executed? (eugenecho.com)
- Pastor Nadarkhani update: State Department, Boehner weigh in (michellemalkin.com)
- Iranian pastor faces death for rape, not apostasy – report (cnn.com)