Petition to Stop Deportation of Nasser AbiatIranian Refugees Action Network asks you to sign this petition to save the life of Nasser Abiat. The petition has been written by his wife – please read her heartbreaking story below and sign the petition:
“My husband did not come to Sweden just to marry me. My husband had to flee his country in order to save his own life. He had no choice, he had to escape … or die.
He comes from Iran where people are living under a dictatorship, a country where people do not have the right to express their opinion, they does not have the right to choose their religion, have no right to dress as they want, have no right to speak their language or live according to their culture. The regime in the country does not know what human rights are. If someone go against the regime’s rules, the regime hit down on them hard and unfair.
Nasser was politically active in Iran, he has been both imprisoned and tortured twice, and he has had double trials for the same crime. He lost his job because of this, his family has been harassed, his close friends have been harassed, and some of them have disappeared and even died for this cause. Nasser’s crime is that he is active for human rights in Iran. Just the suspicion that people are involved in something that goes against the regime can get them hung.
When he fled, he fled to Sweden, he had a real passport but purchased by money and the Swedish visa was also bought, they even bought people on airport to get him out of the country. He travelled by airplane from Iran to Turkey and then to Sweden. Within a month after he came to Sweden, he continued his political commitment to get justice for his people.
Nasser works for human rights in Iran and fighting for what he believes is right. He is a blogger and has his own blog and is published on other websites, and he also published texts and picture on Facebook, he has had many exhibitions and speeches to tell us Swedes what the Iranian regime is trying to hide. He speaks to his people in the worldwide satellite channels and he has been published in Swedish news media. Nasser wants to help his people inside Iran.
The Swedish Migration Board doesn’t believe that he could buy a passport and visa, or that his political action in Sweden will give him trouble if he returns to Iran. They believe that Iran not have noticed that Nasser has been protesting against the regime here in Sweden. The Swedish Migration Board has not considered the fact that he is already known by the regime in the past and they know very well who he is. Nasser is now in a very difficult situation, because he is currently in danger of deportation from Sweden. I am now in danger of losing my beloved husband.
I beg everyone to help us to live together. Each of you, who give us a signature, is one of those that save my husband’s life! We thank you with all our hearts that you support us!”