By Katherine Weber, ChristianPost.com
No matter their religion, few lawyers would take on the responsibility of legally defending Christians in Iran, a country that is majority Muslim, with a confusing legal system that treads a fine line between courthouse law and faith-based Shariah law. . . .
Mohammad Ali Dadkhah is one of the few daring human rights attorneys in Iran. Out of the top human rights attorneys in the country, including those who have founded the Center for the Defense of Human Rights, Dadkhah is one of the few who has managed to stay in the country and out of jail. . . .
According to Jordan Sekulow, executive director of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), Dadkhah is simply a man committed to the preservation of human rights, even in such a restricting country as Iran. Sekulow and the ACLJ been closely monitoring Nadarkhani's case. . . .
Sekulow insisted that a continued international response is the most effective way to heighten awareness of Iran's injustices. . . .
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