Aideen Strandsson, a Christian woman from Iran, is facing deportation from Sweden after her asylum application was denied by authorities.
The woman converted from Islam to Christianity, after having a dream about Jesus and has already received threats from Muslims because of her conversion.
Aideen came to Sweden in 2014 and received a public baptism. When she pleaded that she could face the death penalty in Iran as an apostate, she got told by Swedish officials that “it’s not our problem if you decided to become a Christian, it’s your problem”.
CBN reports that experts say, Aideen as a Christian, faces certain rape and possible death by the radical Islamic regime, if she is deported back to Iran. This is a clear breach of the Geneva convention on human rights, that says “refugees should not be returned to a country where they face serious threats to their life or freedom”.
Aideen was recently offered a job at the technology giant Ericsson as a technology developer, but wasn’t allowed to take it, because she is in Sweden “illegally” according to the Swedish government. Aideen did appeal for a temporary work permit, but it was denied and she has therefore no way of supporting herself.
Meanwhile in Sweden, returning jihadis who have fought for ISIS in Syria, are receiving tax-payer funded driving lessons, free housing and even debt cancellation.
The Swedish government is also giving special status and protected identities to returning jihadi’s to keep locals from finding out who they are and also help them to get new jobs. This is normally only done under very special circumstances in Sweden to people facing serious threats.
Swedish minister for culture and democracy, Alice Bah Kuhnke, has said that returning ISIS fighters should be integrated into society. It appears that Sweden is deporting Christian refugees fleeing persecution in Muslim countries, but returning terrorists are given everything needed to integrate into Swedish society.
After the case with Aideen was made public by CBN, the case has taken a new turn with Hungary offering her asylum in the country. Hungary has refused much Muslim migration into the country.
“We protect Hungary from the invasion of migrants, but we help genuine refugees, those whose lives are in danger because of their religion, nationality or political opinions” saysVice Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén, on the Hungarian government’s website.
Zsolt Semjén points out that they differentiate what they call economic migrants and genuine refugees. He also says that Christian people can easily be integrated in European countries in contrast to Muslims which he says don’t want to integrate. He adds that it is Hungary’s moral and constitutional duty to help Christian migrants seeking a safe haven.