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Monday, October 12, 2020

Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani faces the death penalty in Iran for being Christian

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Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani is jailed in one of the world's worst prisons in Iran. His crime is to leave Islam in the Islamic Republic of Iran which is punished by death.
What's happening to Minorities in Iran is one of the most appalling human rights abuses happening in the world right now but the Media ignores it in order to avoid damaging Islam's image.
The regime in iran implements the Islamic penalty code of 1,400 years ago which codify the death penalty for anyone who leaves the religion of Islam.
Christians in Iran are not allowed to practice their religion publicly. Consequently, church services in Persian (Iran’s national language) are not allowed.
Before the 1979 Islamic Revolution, the Assyrian community in Iran totaled approximately 200,000 people. However, since then many have fled and in 2015 only 32,000 Assyrians were left in the country, mostly in Tehran.
Iran’s regime holds the infamous record of the world’s top executioner per capita. It also ranks first for most number of juvenile executions in the world. Women are also victims of the death penalty in Iran, with dozens of women hanged in public squares every year.
Sadly, the UN is turning a blind eye to Iran’s regime continued practice of cruel and inhuman punishments.
On March 2019 the Islamic Republic of Iran was appointed to the UN Women's rights committee that judges complaints of women's rights violations.
According to UN, the violations that Iran will judge include:
• Stereotypical attitudes towards role of women.
• Violation of women's rights defenders' freedom of expression & assembly • Deaths & torture of women in custody.
• Impunity for violations of human rights of women.
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