Norway sent 19 year old back to torture prison in Iran. Expert believes he might be excecuted.
As if Norwegian authorities haven’t done enough damage before Marie Amalie, they are quite consistent in continuing to put shame to their own country. Though I’m sure that many “patriots” around are in glee, not giving a rats ass. Thinking “not our fault! He should have told the truth” or something.
But hey, that’s just me assuming.
Rahim Rostami (19) came to Norway at the age of 17 in 2008. His application for asylum was denied last fall by UNE (Dept. for Foreigner Affairs).
Young Rahim told them a story they simply did not believe in. They didn’t believe that he might risk excecution, torture or any form of inhumane treatment by the government. Right! And Bradley Manning is not being forced to stand naked at attention in front of his cell, and sleep naked by the most “humane” country in the world.
Iran Human Rights spokesperson, Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam states that UNE did not have any reason to disbelieve these scenarios.
Six weeks ago, a bank notified Norwegian authorites when he tried to open a bank account. He’s arrested February 8th this year. Not with the same media coverage I might add. If he only have written a book!
February 9th, he’s been deported and delivered to Iranian authorities (like an express package?). According to sources, he was sent directly to the infamous Evin prison for interrigation. Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam also states that he’s been in isolation.
Iranian authorities signaled early that the youngster could be bailed for 100 million toman, a sum that equates with approximately 65.000 Euros. Soon after they turned around and denied all bail. This is a sign that the case is highly serious.
UNE have been informed about the situation,Senior advisor in UNE Don Radoli has only one comment.
“We are following the case closely. Other than that, we have no comment.”
Rahim has now been in this prison for over a month. We do not know what he is charged with. Buzzword says crimes against the security of Iran, but we do not knnow for sure continues Moghaddam.
He is clearly convinced that Rostami is in grave danger, and is by opinion that Norwegian government must take it’s responsibility for the fate of the youngster. I hope they will do all they can to save him says Amiry-Moghaddam. They have done an error here. Norwegian justice dept. must re-evaluate their routines. He was a minor when he arrived in the country. Amiry-Moghaddam does not want to elaborate on the reasons for Rostamis seeking refuge.
(I am sure that the “patriots” in Norway or anywhere are thinking “he was probably a criminal. A drug smugler or something. Or even worse! Atheist! Christian fundies loath atheists more than they hate Muslims.)
-Do you fear he will be excecuted?
- I fear he will be excecuted, yes! We do not know anything about the charges against him, but the fact that he’s being held in the Evin-prison without bail is a serious matter. We know how easy it is for Iranian government to excecute people. (Memory serves. Didn’t we send out a pregant Iranian woman a year or so back to Iran?)
- He came to Norway through great peril, and then Norwegian authorities send him straight back to one of the worlds worst prisons, states Amiry-Moghaddam.
Further on, Iranian authorities have recently signalized tougher measureas against its own citizens whom are seeking asylum abroad. This was made clear in an editorial in the state run news agency Fars, which is assosiated with the Revolutionary Guard. (Memory serves. Wasn’t the pregnant woman whom Norway deported married to an officer in the Revolutionary Guard?)
-We ask the Norwegian government to stop all deportations of Iranian citizens. The reason for this, is the signals from the Tehran regime also includes that seeking asylum in other countries must include spreading of false propaganda about the Islamic Republic Iran. This is a criminal offence in itself. To leave the country without premission is also a criminal offense.
Human Rights Iran is known to have a well organized and reliable network of sources.
So there you have it kids! Norway, where the grass is always greener (only in the summer), where we have the most humane society, with drug overdoses, cold winters, and a UNE whom claims never to do anything wrong have done it again. Shat on their own legs! And now we know thay have blood on their hands. And they don’t care! I wonder when criticism and bashing of Skjeggestad and his bureaucrats would become a criminal offense in Norway…
If this isn’t proof that Irans socalled support for uprising and “human rights” in other countries is nothing more than dislay?
They will crush anyone daring to questioin their authority. They still live in a bronze age mentality.
Sign a petetion for a young victim of the circumstances, and against the horrible immigration policies of Norway as well…