Youcef’s Death Order

Demand Nadarkhani Release

Jordan Sekulow’s sources have led him to believe the execution order has been given for Youcef Nadarkhani, the Iranian Pastor that left Islam for Christianity. In fact if you have not been following the news about Pastor Youcef, he has an execution sentence merely for converting to Christianity. Leaving Islam is a capital crime in most Islamic nations including Twelver-Shias in Iran.


As Jordan Sekulow implores we must inundate our Congressman and Iranian officials to commute Youcef’s sentence and him and his family to leave Iran for political asylum.


JRH 2/24/12


Youcef’s Death Order


Jordan Sekulow

Sent: Feb 24, 2012 at 7:48 AM

Sent from: American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ)


Our sources in Iran believe Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani’s execution order has been issued. He is still alive, but his death is imminent unless the Supreme Leader of Iran intervenes.


Our aggressive international efforts to secure the release of this persecuted pastor continue to grow. The White House and U.S. State Department have now condemned Iran and joined the call for his release.


Take action by signing our petition calling for Pastor Youcef’s immediate release.


In just four days, more than 100,000 people have signed the ACLJ’s Petition to Free Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani. If you have already signed, thank you.


Please forward this message to your friends and people in your church and use the “Like” buttons in this email to share it on Facebook.


It is critically urgent that we keep Pastor Youcef’s story in the international media to pressure Iran for his immediate release.


The ACLJ has helped spread the news about Pastor Youcef’s execution order across the world, including major print and television media as far away as Brazil and Australia.


Our Tweet for Youcef campaign is growing dramatically, reaching over 600,000 Twitter accounts each day on Pastor Youcef’s behalf.


It is critically important that we urge Congress and the United Nations to call for Pastor Youcef’s release while there is still time. Take action now.


Jordan Sekulow
ACLJ Executive Director


P.S. Your efforts have helped keep Pastor Youcef alive. Please continue to pray for this courageous man, and please keep spreading the word about his plight. Thank you.


American Center for Law and Justice
P.O. Box 90555, Washington, D.C. 20090-0555
Phone: (800) 296-4529


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Author: oneway2day

I am a Neoconservative Christian Right blogger. I also spend a significant amount of time of exposing theopolitical Islam.

2 thoughts on “Youcef’s Death Order”

  1. I have been following this case about this brother. I am sad about this, I wish enough international pressure could be appiled to make a permanent difference, but I at this point I don’t know. It shows how serious and evil Islam is, to be put to death merely because one is a Christian. There are other things going on with Iran, that we don’t know about (though many have ideas). Only the Lord knows the whole picture. We can continue to pray for this brother and his family.
    Blessings, Sue


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