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Pastor Saeed in Danger in Iranian Prison

By Jay Sekulow1383754887000

It happened suddenly and without explanation. U.S. citizen Pastor Saeed Abedini is now in grave danger – his life is at risk after a very troubling development just days ago in Iran.

For more than a year, Pastor Saeed has been imprisoned in Iran because of his Christian faith. He’s been serving an eight-year sentence for "crimes against the security of Iran" in Evin Prison in Tehran – one of the most notorious prisons in Iran.

On Sunday, he was transferred to Rajai Shahr Prison in Karaj – a brutal facility that is much more obscure than Evin Prison, and even more dangerous. . . .

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