Sunday, October 02, 2011

The original ruling against the Iraian Paster

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[UNOFFICIAL TRANSLATION]In the name of GodTo the lawyers of the accused (defendant)To the local courtTo the state court of Gilan Section 11December 5, 2010Issued by section 27 Supreme Court Judge Morteza Fazel and Azizoallah RazaghiMr. Youcef Nadarkhani, son of Byrom, 32 years old, married, born in Rasht in thestate of Gilan is convicted of turning his back on Islam, the greatest religion theprophesy of Mohammad at the age of 19.He has often participated in Christian worship and organized home churchservices, evangelizing and has been baptized and baptized others, convertingMuslims to Christianity. He has been accused of breaking Islamic Law that frompuberty (15 years according to Islamic law) until the age of 19 the year 1996, hewas raised a Muslim in a Muslim home. During court trials, he denied theprophecy of Mohammad and the authority of Islam. He has stated that he is aChristian and no longer Muslim.During many sessions in court with the presence of his attorney and a judge, he hasbeen sentenced to execution by hanging according to article 8 of Tahrir –olvasileh.His sentence was appealed by his attorney and sent to the supreme court.The Supreme Courts ResponseIn the name of GodJune 12, 2011This sopena states;We know that Mr. Nadarkhani has confessed that in his heart and in his actions hehas denied being Muslim and converted to Christianity and has advertised andencouraged other Muslims to convert to Christianity. And because of advertisingand pastoring a church repeatedly professed his Christian faith and denied theprophet Mohammad and the 12th Imam and denied the entire Koran and truth ofthe Koran.
His case was forwarded to the supreme court (Judge Fazeli) andAccording to Part 2 of article 265 of the Islamic Republic Criminal Law, this casereceived by and must be returned the state court of Gilan Section 11, and furtherinvestigated to prove that from puberty (15 years) to 19 he was not Muslim by hisacquaintances, relatives, local elders, and Muslims he frequented. He must repenthis Christian faith if this is the case. No research has been done to prove this, if itcan be proved that he was a practicing Muslim as an adult and has not repented, theexecution will be carried out.Signed by Morteza Fazeli and Azizollah Razaghi

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