“Tweet for Youcef!”
“Tweet for Youcef!” - Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani | American Center for Law and Justice.
His life is on the line, totalitarian Islamic fascist Iranians plan to execute him for converting from Islam to Christianity.
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“Tweet for Youcef!”
American Center for Law and Justice: “Tweet for Youcef!” - Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani | American Center for Law and Justice.
Christian Post: Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani: Execution Order May Have Been Issues
By Katherine Weber , Christian Post Reporter
February 22, 2012|11:43 am
The American Center for Law and Justice told The Christian Post that, according to their sources in Iran, Youcef Nadarkhani is indeed alive. The statement was emailed Wednesday amid reports that an execution order may have been issued for the evangelical Christian pastor
The United States condemns in the strongest possible terms reports that Iranian authorities’ reaffirmed a death sentence for Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani for the sole reason of his refusal to recant his Christian faith. This action is yet another shocking breach of Iran’s international obligations, its own constitution, and stated religious values. The United States stands in solidarity with Pastor Nadarkhani, his family, and all those who seek to practice their religion without fear of persecution—a fundamental and universal human right. ...
FoxNews: Iran court convicts Christian pastor convert to death By Lisa Daftari
Published February 22, 2012
An undated photograph circulated by religious rights organizations shows Youcef Nadarkhani and his family.
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...
The ACLJ recently launched a Twitter campaign to publicize Nadarkhani's case, asking participants to dedicate a daily tweet to “Tweet for Youcef,” stating the number of days he has been imprisoned (currently 863) and ending the tweet with “ViaOfficialACLJ,” sending readers back to the organization's website where they could learn more about his case.