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Celebrities Tweeting for Youcef

By Anna Sekulow1330647161000

Hundreds of thousands people worldwide are crying out for the release of Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani. Now, celebrities, sports stars, and media personalities are joining the effort, urging their fans and followers on Twitter to join the fight to save his life and Tweet for Youcef.

Today, Matt Hasselbeck, NFL pro-bowl quarterback for the Tennessee Titans, tweeted to his more than 100,000 followers urging them to join the ACLJ’s Tweet for Youcef campaign. He re-tweeted international soccer icon Ricardo Kaká, who yesterday asked his 8.8 million followers worldwide to Tweet for Youcef.

Donald Trump, Ann Coulter, Megyn Kelly, Michelle Malkin, Representative Michele Bachmann, and Actress Julie Benz have also tweeted about the ACLJ’s efforts and have encouraged their followers to Tweet for Youcef.

In fact, actress Patricia Heaton has signed up for the Tweet for Youcef campaign, allowing the ACLJ to reach her followers each day with updates about Pastor Youcef.

Tweet for Youcef is now reaching just under 1 million Twitter accounts a day, please join today and help push us over the top.

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