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Sunday, November 24, 2019

Iran: 13-year-old girl screaming & crying while her father is executed for leaving Islam

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A shocking video that went viral on social media shows the harsh life of the Iranian people under the strict religious laws.
A 13-year-old girl seems to be crying crying outside prison where her father was sentenced to death for allegedly leaving Islam, converting to Christianity and spreading Christianity.
She screams “Oh, God! I haven’t seen my dad in 4 years. Oh, God! Let me see him. I can't live without him. Don’t kill my dad! Kill me instead!... Daddy don't be afraid.... I will get you out. Dad, I’m outside.”
As part of implementing Sharia laws the Iranian parliament voted in favour of a bill, entitled "Islamic Penal Code",
which codify the death penalty for any male Iranian who leaves the religion of Islam. Women would get life imprisonment. The majority in favour of the law was overwhelming: 196 votes for, with just seven against.
Under this law, Christians are brutally persecuted in Iran.
The media and the United Nations are turning a blind eye to the ethnic cleansing of non-Muslim minorities in Iran.
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.