The Mother Of MH370 Passenger With Stolen Passport Breaks Silence

May 31, 2014 by  

Mother Of MH370 Passenger With Stolen Passport Breaks Silence, S-EX- was suspected of being a terrorist and accused of killing all on board Malaysia Airlines flight 370, but Pouria Nourmohammadi was just an “ordinary kid” fleeing Iran in fear of religious persecution.

It was 12 weeks ago that his mother, Niloufar Vaezi Tehrani, was waiting for her son to land in Frankfurt.

Since then she has suffered in silence, isolation and under intense scrutiny after it was revealed Pouria and another Iranian passenger — 29-year-old Delavar Seyed Mohammad Reza — had used stolen passports to board the ill-fated flight.

Now, for the first time, the mother-of-two has opened up about her agony and why her teenage son — who she hadn’t seen in two years — had broken the law in order to reach her.

“It’s not fair to push and point everything regarding this incident at Pouria; they need to look at what was the actual and real reason for this incident,” she told News Corp Australia through an interpreter.

Seeking a better life … Passenger Pouria Nourmohammadi (second left) who was travelling on a stolen passport. Pictured here with friends. Picture: Facebook Source: Supplied

“Judging people is very easy but people don’t know the truth. Pouria was an ordinary kid. He was a student at university … and he just had a normal life.”

Ms Vaezi said her son — a kind, sensitive and helpful boy — had been desperate to flee Iran since converting to Christianity.

“People found out Pouria was Christian instead of Muslim and they started looking around him for more information and he was getting into major problems. For that reason he was desperate to get out of the country and he needed to get out as soon as he could,” she said.

“When Pouria turned 18 it took longer because getting out of Iran once you turn 18 is very difficult.

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