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Immediately Intervene to Save Saeed





American Pastor Saeed Abedini’s Life is in Danger

Pastor Saeed’s life is in danger. He has been transferred to a deadly cell block in one of Iran’s most dangerous and obscure prisons. He is no longer sharing a cell with political prisoners but with murderers. Rajai Shahr Prison is where prisoners are sent to disappear – many are murdered at the hands of other prisoners.

President Obama, who has already spoken to the President of Iran about Pastor Saeed, must take immediate diplomatic action to save Saeed’s life. Time is of the essence. Sign the petition today.

Petition: Immediately Intervene to Save Saeed

To President Obama and the U.S. State Department:

A U.S. Citizen’s life hangs in the balance in Iran. We urge you to immediately take decisive diplomatic action to save Pastor Saeed and bring him home, before it’s too late.

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