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Iran sentences man to death for INSULTING ISLAM after promising pardon if he confessed


This is Islam. This is sharia. And it’s coming to the West. Facebook, Twitter, Google, YouTube are all falling into line with sharia and deleting material that is “insulting” to Islam. When jihadis attacked our free speech event in Texas, the enemedia acted as if we were the villains. Free speech is our foremost protection against tyranny, and we are losing it.

“Iran sentences a 21-year-old man to DEATH for ‘insulting Islam’ on an instant messaging app after confessing when police promised he would be pardoned if he came clean,” by Kelly Mclaughlin, Mailonline, March 30, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

An Iranian 21-year-old has been sentenced to death after ‘insulting the prophet’ of Islam on an instant messaging app.

Sina Dehghan was 19 when he was arrested by the Iranian revolutionary guard at a military barracks in Tehran in October 2015 for insulting the national religion on the messaging app LINE.

Human rights activists claim that Dehghan was fooled into singing his own confession under the belief that he would be released without punishment if he did so.

But after signing the confession, prosecutors dropped the agreement and kept Dehghan incarcerated at Arak Prison.

His death penalty was confirmed in January when it was upheld in the country’s Supreme Court, according to the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI).

‘During his interrogation, Sina was told that if he signed a confession and repented, he would be pardoned and let go,’ a source told CHRI. ‘Unfortunately, he made a childish decision and accepted the charges. Then they sentenced him to death.’

The content of Dehghan’s messages is unknown.

The source said that authorities got Dehghan to confess on camera as well, and that authorities told his family that if they kept quiet about the charges, Dehghan would be more likely to be freed.

‘Unfortunately, the family believed those words and stopped sharing information about his case and discouraged others from sharing it as well,’ the source said.

Branch 1 of the Criminal Court in Arak had asked that Dehghan be sentenced to death for ‘insulting the prophet’ as well as 16 months in prison for ‘insulting the supreme leader’….

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