Iranian refugee

“Now I have lost hope, energy, happiness, and future since I got negative answers from Norwegian authorities”

SOUNDBITES — “I was waiting for good news, everyday for the last seven years. I was optimistic that I could start a normal life here in Norway. Unfortunately, it did not happen for me. Now I have lost hope, energy, happiness, and future since I got negative answers from Norwegian authorities. It’s been a difficult life for eight years since I left Iran – I just want things to be sorted out.” —Gay Iranian refugee Asghar Hedayat, 40, who fled to Denmark in 2002 fearing for his life, was denied asylum, and then moved to Norway, which is expected to deport him within the next day after denying asylum (via)

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One Comment

  • romeo

    What’s up with this? I thought those countries generally granted asylum. Surely Norway isn’t deporting him back to Iran?

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