Update (June 11): The Christian Broadcasting Network reports that Sweden has granted permanent residency to one Iranian Christian, Reza Jabbari, who previously was ordered to return to his home country–where he would face "possible prison and torture" for converting from Islam.
Yet Charisma News reports that Sweden is denying religious refugee status to Iranian Christians, threatening to extradite them. Applicants complain that secular immigration judges don't understand the risks they face back home in Iran as converts.
Swedish newspaper Varlden idagnoted the Charisma report, and previously has reported on the situation for Iranian Christians in Sweden. Earlier this year, the site covered the case of one woman whom the Swedish Immigration Service refused to believe was a Christian, even after she was baptized as such ...1