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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> London's Green MEP Warns Of Danger...
عدد مرات القراءة 19832006-03-23

UK GREEN MEP WARNS OF DANGERS ON LGBT IRANIANS

Green Euro MP Jean Lambert today urged the Dutch Immigration Minister,
Rita Verdonk, to rethink her decision to lift the ban on the deportation
of Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) asylum seekers to Iran.

The Netherlands’s ban was put in place six months ago following reports
of the execution of Iranians involved in homosexual conduct. Jean, who
is a member of the European Parliament’s Intergroup on Gay and Lesbian
rights warned that lifting the ban would force LGBT asylum seekers into
an uncertain and dangerous future. Jean said; “It is extremely worrying
that some EU countries are willing to ignore the advice of the Human
Rights Watch and signs of danger in Iran. There is absolutely no excuse
for a modern Europe to make allowance’s for those countries tolerating
homophobic behavior and punishment and we must to take a stand against
this now.

“The Netherlands has agreed, under the European Convention of Human
Rights, not to deport any person whose life is deemed to be in danger.
With Iran’s criminal code stating that homosexual activities are
punishable by torture, lashings and death as well as continuing reports
of ill treatment whilst in police custody, the Dutch Government should
not even be thinking of lifting such a ban.

“If we are serious about justice then we need to ensure Europe does not
see homophobic acts as acceptable and continues to protect those with
their lives in danger.

"It is also of concern that the Dutch Government will be returning those
of Christian faith, who also believe they will be in danger. I would
urge the Government to change its position."






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