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By CBN.com,

The wife of Saeed Abedini, the American pastor imprisoned in Iran, is speaking out on the one-month anniversary of his sentence.

In a powerful blog, Naghmeh Abedini revealed her pain and suffering through the ordeal. . . .

The American Center for Law and Justice has filed a petition with the U.N. Human Rights Council for Abedini's release. Several members of Congress have also urged Secretary of State John Kerry to press for the American pastor's release. . . .

You can read the entire story here.

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