Helsinki Iranian embassy caught blowing hooka smoke from his rear.
The Tundra Tabloids just got off the phone with the political rep for the Iranian embassy in Helsinki who denied that Youcef Nadarkhani is still in jail. He also refused to answer the TT’s question of why the Iranian regime arrested him in the first place. He also denies the Fox report embedded in the following JPost article that he’s been given books against Christianity and has been hounded to revert back to Islam or face death.
We know the likelihood of an Iranian official telling the truth is slim next to none, but the questions have to be posed and hopefully the pressure will produce the wanted result. This man can’t be left to fend for his life alone, he needs help. So, the TT is asking its readers to phone the embassy, especially you SKYPE users, to enquire about Youcef Nadarkhani’s welfare. Click here for contact info to the Iranian embassy in Helsinki, google for the rest. KGS
UPDATE: The Iranian embassy emails the TT back and states that:
“He is guilty of security-related crimes, the issue of crime and of capital punishment of this individual is not related to his faith or religion. He (Nadarkhani) is a Zionist, a traitor, and has committed several violent crimes, including repeated rape and extortion.”
So there you have it, straight from the totalitarian regime’s spokesman in Helsinki.
Iran presses pastor: Islam or death
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Iran’s security officials recently delivered a book on Islam to Nadarkhani, Fox News said. He is in prison Rasht on the Caspian Sea coast.
The Iranian officials told “him they would be back to discuss the material and hear his opinion,” according to the report.
Governments, even Muslim governments, should not be allowing this. How can anyone find this acceptable this day?” Present Truth Ministries has campaigned since 2009 for Nadarkhani’s release and works to help persecuted Christians in the Middle East. “We cannot wait another moment, we have to contact our elected officials,” the USbased organization urges on its website in connection with Nadarkhani.
Dr. Wahied Wahdat-Hagh, an authority on minority groups in the Islamic Republic of Iran, told the Post by phone from Berlin on Sunday that the book given to Nadarkhani, Beshaarat-eh Ahdein, is “religious indoctrination.”