Sweden Likely to Deport Iranian Christian

This is quite something when you think about who they do not deport.

H/T Shabnam

Mohabat News:

      Thursday, 15 November 2012
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An Iranian Christian convert seeking asylum in Sweden reportedly faces imminent deportation to Iran. The reports say if he is deported, he could be subjected to danger by the Islamic regime’s security forces.

Reza Jabbari, the Iranian citizen who has converted to Christianity, is in danger of being deported to Iran.

According to Mohabat News, Reza Jabbari, an Iranian Christian convert, submitted his asylum request to the Swedish Immigration Services in 2010, during a visit to the country. However, the Swedish immigration court and the Immigration Office rejected his asylum application.

The reports indicate that his case has been rejected while evidence describes him as a person actively participating in church and evangelistic activities among Iranians. His activities include distribution of Bibles and sharing the gospel. Currently he participates in the choir of Tensta church in Sweden.

This news was also published on CBN blog. The CBN report said, “Apparently the court questioned the sincerity of Jabbari’s conversion and said he failed to convince them that his life would be in danger if he were sent back to Iran. This, despite assurances from Jabbari’s pastor that, “He has a deep Christian identity, as much as I have.”

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2 Replies to “Sweden Likely to Deport Iranian Christian”

  1. Sweden is just loaded with lackeys. lapdogs, apologists, and sycophants of Islam. Their Viking forebears are turning over in their graves.

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