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她們將會死去因為她們成為基督徒

 

請大家救救她們,德黑蘭,伊朗 (BosNewsLife)——兩位被拘留的基督教女子有被遺忘的危險,在利害關系的包圍中她們面臨處決,二零零九年七月七日星期二伊朗基督徒上述。

 

三十歲的瑪芝娜•阿彌裏劄迪(Marzieh Amirizadeh)和二十七歲的瑪麗亞姆•如阿斯苔姆婆(Maryam Rustampoor),被監禁在德黑蘭臭名昭著的艾文監獄已超過了四個月,顯而易見是因為自伊斯蘭教皈依了基督教。
伊朗的基督徒們和人權調查者所述的這兩位年輕女子,她們是在三月五號被逮捕,剝奪睡眠只是警察審問她們被害的一部分,在五月和六月上旬分別單獨拘禁她們三週。

之後,被遷移到一個較大區域為其他同獄犯人騰出地方之前她們被一起放進一個小的單人牢房大約兩週,在上個月的總統選舉爭議之後包括許多被拘留的抗議者,所述基督徒和有關其處境的密切消息。
據報導在抗議期間大約有六百名婦女被帶到艾文監獄(Evin prison)。

 

暫停處決?
仍然沒有清楚的相關兩位基督教婦女的情況,二零零九年七月七日禮拜二,據報導一位法官告訴她們,她們兩個都會被視為“背教者”被判決。瑪麗亞姆和瑪芝娜勇敢地回答,不論如何,他們告訴法官“加快他的判決”,說為伊朗祈禱,伊朗教會的一個互聯網倡議。
由於國際壓力,據報導伊朗政府的議會委員會從伊斯蘭教的刑罰法規法案中,刪除規定因背教判死刑之條款,但這個改變不得不通過立法者批準。

 

每天五次,阿訇呼籲穆斯林祈禱時,在此時她們被鞭打五次,直到她們拒絕信仰基督教。
請盡您所能做任何事情以釋放他們。
你可以給她們寫信用這個地址:
Evin Prison
Saadat Abad
Tehran
Islamic Republic of Iran
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evin_Prison

 

(譯者註:寫信必須用英文地址,但還是翻譯一下:艾文監獄,薩達特,阿巴丹,德黑蘭,伊朗伊斯蘭教共和國)
是的,你可以用英文寫信但是如果你希望用波斯語寫信,我們的美國姐妹有一個在線工具可以幫助你,點擊這裏。
請註意!

 

當你寫一封信時,請不要提到你信息來源的名字或者任何組織的名字例如殉道者之聲(VOM:Voice of the Martyrs)或囚犯報警(Prisoner Alert)。收到個人信件對於囚犯來說並不危險,但是如果一個組織被提及,她們可能會被指控連結“國外機構”並且獲得更嚴厲的判決。同樣,請不要陳述任何有關他們政府的負面事情。

 

普世基督徒關懷差會(ICC)獲悉,伊朗當局告訴瑪麗亞姆•如阿斯苔姆婆和瑪芝娜•阿彌裏劄迪,“從伊斯蘭教皈依基督教,審問期間在革命法庭庭長面前放棄她們的基督教信仰,於德黑蘭八月九日。”
“瑪麗亞姆二十七歲,瑪芝娜三十歲,第一次被逮捕於二零零九年三月五日,因為離開伊斯蘭教。伊朗當局把她們單獨關押在臭名昭著的艾文監獄,剝奪她們的醫療照顧,蒙住她們的眼睛和長時間審問她們。”
“在法庭前審問的時候,公眾執行官代表哈達德,問瑪麗亞姆和瑪芝娜關於她們的信仰並且告訴她們放棄她們在基督裏的信仰。當他問她們是否是基督徒時,她們回答:‘我們愛耶穌。’他之後重復他的問題,她們說:‘是的,我們是基督徒。’”
“當他說:‘你曾是穆斯林但是現在你已經變成基督徒’時,她們回答道:‘我們出生於穆斯林家庭,但我們不是穆斯林。’”
“在審問期間,當她們論及她們的信仰時上帝已經通過聖靈判定他們(譯註:這個‘他們’指法庭吧)的罪,公眾執行官代表說:‘上帝是不能和人類說話的。’作為回答,瑪芝娜說:‘你質疑上帝是萬能的嗎?’執行官答道:‘你不值得上帝對你說話。’然而瑪芝娜說:‘是上帝,不是你,來決定我是否值得。’”
“在審問的最後,執行官代表告訴她們花時間考慮選擇重返伊斯蘭教,但是瑪麗亞姆和瑪芝娜回答:‘我們已經考慮過了。’”
“審問過後,她們被帶回監獄。”
http://www.realcourage.org/2009/08/iran-women-continued-prison/

 

她們將會如何慘死?

 

讀這裏:
“我獲得‘光榮’在她們被宣判死亡前暫時娶年輕的女孩們。”
在伊斯蘭教共和國(伊朗的)處死一個年輕處女是不合法的,不管她犯什麼罪,假如她是個處女,他解釋道。因此強制舉行一個“婚禮”儀式須在夜裏被進行於處決前:年輕女子被強迫和一名獄卒人道——本質上是被她的“丈夫”強姦。
“我很抱歉,盡管這個婚姻是合法的,”他說。
為什麼抱歉,如果婚姻是“合法的”?
“因為”他繼續“我可以告訴諸位女孩們更恐懼於他們的‘結合’夜晚超過了等待清晨處決。而且她們總是會抵抗,所以我們不得不在她們的食物裏放安眠藥片。到早上女孩子們有一副空洞的表情;看上去她們已經或者想要去死。”
“我記得聽到她們哭泣和尖叫在【強姦】結束後,”他說。“我永遠不會忘記一個受傷絕望的女孩,後來如何用指甲抓她破自己的臉和脖子。她全身有著很深的抓痕。”

 

回到過去幾周發生的事件,因此他決定釋放兩位十幾歲的被拘留者,他說他“實在地”不知道為什麼他釋放了她們,一個決定導致他自己被逮捕,“但是我想那是因為她們如此年輕。她們看起來像孩子而且我知道什麼會發生在她們身上如果她們不被釋放。”
他說雖然一個男人被認為“應對他自己的行為付之十三的責任,對一個女子應付之九,”然而釋放十五歲的女孩子“真的使我陷入困境。”

 

當被拘留時我沒有受到虐待或者實質上的審訊,”他說道。“我被放進一個很小的房間並被單獨留下。變得孤伶伶很辛苦,因此我花費大多數時間祈禱和回想我的妻子孩子。”

 

http://www.fstdt.com/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=64419&Page=2
http://infidelsarecool.com/2009/07/13/iran-christian-women-jailed-face-execution/
http://www.sabatina-ev.de/Botschaft.html
http://www.christianpost.com/article/20090811/iranian-women-told-court-we-will-not-deny-our-faith-in-christ/index.html

Iran Continues Imprisonment of Christian Women for Religious Beliefs


http://haber.mynet.com/detay/dunya/bu-iki-kadin-idam-edilecek/468288

 

TEHRAN, IRAN – two detained Christian women are “in danger of being forgotten” amid concerns they may face execution, Iranian Christians said Tuesday, July 7.Marzieh Amirizadeh, 30, and Maryam Rustampoor, 27, have been held for over four months in Tehran’s notorious Evin prison apparently for converting to Christianity from Islam.

 

Iranian Christians and rights investigators said the two young women, who were arrested March 5, suffered sleep deprivation as part of police interrogations and were held in solitary confinement for three weeks in May and early June.

 

Later, they were put together in one small cell for about two weeks before being moved to a larger area to make place for other inmates, including many protesters who were detained following last month’s disputed presidential elections, said Christians with close knowledge about the situation.

 

About 600 women were reportedly brought to Evin prison during the protests.
EXECUTION PENDING?

 

There was still no clarity regarding the case of the two Christian women, Tuesday, July 7, with one judge reportedly telling them they were both to be executed as ‘apostates’. “Maryam and Marzieh have responded with courage, however, telling the judge to ‘expedite his sentence’,” said Pray for Iran, an Internet initiative of Iranian churches.

 

After international pressure, the Iranian Government’s Parliamentary Committee reportedly removed articles stipulating the death penalty for apostasy from the Islamic Penal Code Bill, but the changes have to be approved by legislators.

 

5 times a day, while the imam is calling the muslims for prayer they are scourged till to refuse Christianity .
please do everything you can to free them
you can write to them in this address
myriam1myriam1Evin Prison
Saadat Abad
Tehran
Islamic Republic of Iran
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evin_Prison
Yes, you can write in English but if you wish to compose a letter in Farsi, our US sister mission has an online tool that can help you. Click here.
Please note
When writing a letter, never mention the name of the source of your information or the name of any organization such as Voice of the Martyrs or Prisoner Alert. It is not dangerous for a prisoner to receive letters from individuals, but if an organization is mentioned they may be accused of links with ‘foreign organizations’ and receive harsher sentences. Also, please do not state anything negative about their government.
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– International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that Iranian authorities told Maryam Rustampoor and Marzieh Amirizadeh, converts from Islam to Christianity, to recant their Christian faith during a hearing before a revolutionary court in Tehran on August 9.”
– “Maryam, 27, and Marzieh, 30, were first arrested on March 5, 2009, for leaving Islam. Iranian authorities kept them in solitary confinement at the infamous Evin prison, deprived them of medical attention, and blindfolded and interrogated them for long periods of time.”
– “At the time of hearing before the court, the deputy public prosecutor, Haddad, asked Maryam and Marzieh about their faith and told them to recant their belief in Christ. When he asked them if they were Christians, they replied, ‘We love Jesus.’ He then repeated his question, and they said, ‘Yes, we are Christians.’”
– “When he said, ‘You were Muslims and now you have become Christians,’ their reply was ‘We were born in Muslim families, but we were not Muslims.’”
– “During the questioning, when they made reference to their belief that God had convicted them through the Holy Spirit, the deputy public prosecutor said, ‘It is impossible for God to speak with humans.’ In return, Marzieh asked, ‘Are you questioning whether God is Almighty?’ The prosecutor replied, ‘You are not worthy for God to speak to you.’ Then Marzieh said, ‘It is God, and not you, who determines if I am worthy.’”
– “At the end of the hearing, the deputy prosecutor told them to take time to think about the option of returning back to Islam, but Maryam and Marzieh replied, ‘We have already done our thinking.’”
– “After the questioning, they were taken back to the prison.”
– International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that Iranian authorities told Maryam Rustampoor and Marzieh Amirizadeh, converts from Islam to Christianity, to recant their Christian faith during a hearing before a revolutionary court in Tehran on August 9.”
– “Maryam, 27, and Marzieh, 30, were first arrested on March 5, 2009, for leaving Islam. Iranian authorities kept them in solitary confinement at the infamous Evin prison, deprived them of medical attention, and blindfolded and interrogated them for long periods of time.”
– “At the time of hearing before the court, the deputy public prosecutor, Haddad, asked Maryam and Marzieh about their faith and told them to recant their belief in Christ. When he asked them if they were Christians, they replied, ‘We love Jesus.’ He then repeated his question, and they said, ‘Yes, we are Christians.’”
– “When he said, ‘You were Muslims and now you have become Christians,’ their reply was ‘We were born in Muslim families, but we were not Muslims.’”
– “During the questioning, when they made reference to their belief that God had convicted them through the Holy Spirit, the deputy public prosecutor said, ‘It is impossible for God to speak with humans.’ In return, Marzieh asked, ‘Are you questioning whether God is Almighty?’ The prosecutor replied, ‘You are not worthy for God to speak to you.’ Then Marzieh said, ‘It is God, and not you, who determines if I am worthy.’”
– “At the end of the hearing, the deputy prosecutor told them to take time to think about the option of returning back to Islam, but Maryam and Marzieh replied, ‘We have already done our thinking.’”
– “After the questioning, they were taken back to the prison.”

Iran Continues Imprisonment of Christian Women for Religious Beliefs


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how they will die?

 

read here
“I was given the ‘honor’ to temporarily marry young girls before they were sentenced to death.”

In the Islamic Republic (of Iran) it is illegal to execute a young woman, regardless of her crime, if she is a virgin, he explained. Therefore a “wedding” ceremony is conducted the night before the execution: The young girl is forced to have sexual intercourse with a prison guard – essentially raped by her “husband.”

“I regret that, even though the marriages were legal,” he said.

Why the regret, if the marriages were “legal?”

“Because,” he went on, “I could tell that the girls were more afraid of their ‘wedding’ night than of the execution that awaited them in the morning. And they would always fight back, so we would have to put sleeping pills in their food. By morning the girls would have an empty expression; it seemed like they were ready or wanted to die.

“I remember hearing them cry and scream after [the rape] was over,” he said. “I will never forget how this one girl clawed at her own face and neck with her finger nails afterwards. She had deep scratches all over her.”

Returning to the events of the last few weeks, and his decision to set free the two teenage detainees, he said he “honestly” did not know why he had released them, a decision that led to his own arrest, “but I think it was because they were so young. They looked like children and I knew what would happen to them if they weren’t released.”

He said that while a man is deemed “responsible for his own actions at 13, for a woman it is 9,” and that it was freeing the 15-year-old girl that “really got me in trouble.

“I was not mistreated or really interrogated while being detained,” he said. “I was put in a tiny room and left alone. It was hard being isolated, so I spent most of my time praying and thinking about my wife and kids.”
http://www.fstdt.com/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=64419&Page=2

http://infidelsarecool.com/2009/07/13/iran-christian-women-jailed-face-execution/
http://www.sabatina-ev.de/Botschaft.html
http://www.christianpost.com/article/20090811/iranian-women-told-court-we-will-not-deny-our-faith-in-christ/index.html

Iran Continues Imprisonment of Christian Women for Religious Beliefs


http://haber.mynet.com/detay/dunya/bu-iki-kadin-idam-edilecek/468288