Posted by: James Atticus Bowden | September 28, 2011

Iranian Muslims Plan to Kill Christian Pastor

Will this family lose the father to martyrdom?

If Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, age 34, does not recant Christianity and profess to be a Muslim, he may be executed as soon as Wednesday.  Welcome to the ‘religion of peace’ in Iran.  Where is the outcry?

Remember a few months ago when a preacher in a tiny church threatened to burn a Koran?  The screaming, yelling, beating of breasts, and assorted caterwauling was international.

Pray, the Islamic courts find some way to not execute this young father and pastor.

Tell the elected officials in Federal Government from President BHO down to grant this man and his family asylum in the United States.   Bring over his entire congregation.

Quit planting Muslims in the US through Federal immigration programs.

Quit listening in silence whenever someone tries to establish moral equivalency between Islam and Christianity.

The two Congressional Christian apostates don’t fear for their lives from Christians.  They don’t even face stern looks in America.

Wake up and count the 800 years Islam is behind Christianity – carefully and thoughtfully.   Islam is barbarian compared to Christianity.

If this brave Christian pastor is killed by the Muslims, pray for his family, his church family and our Christian faith – our personal relationship with the living Lord Jesus Christ –  to make us as brave.

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Responses

  1. I wrote a post on this too.
    http://citizentom.com/2011/09/28/there-is-a-pastor-in-iran-about-to-be-executed-for-being-a-christian-he-refuses-to-denounce-the-messiah-i-ask-you-where-is-the-outcry%e2%80%a6-via-boudica-bpi-weblog/

    We need to remember such people. We need to remind ourselves just how common it is to persecute people because of their religious beliefs.

  2. Thanks. The issue is how common it is for barbarians – Muslims – to persecute non-Muslims.

  3. Quit listening in silence whenever someone tries to establish moral equivalency between Islam and Christianity.


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