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Today, Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani appeared in an Iranian court for the third and final time and refused to recant his Christian faith. Under the Iranian court’s interpretation of Shariah law, Pastor Youcef, who has been sentenced to death for apostasy, could now be executed at any time.

Pastor Firouz Sadegh-Khandjani, a Member of the Council of Elders for the Church of Iran and a close personal friend of Pastor Youcef, again provided a live update from Iran on the Jordan Sekulow Show after today’s hearing. Please listen below and share Pastor Youcef’s situation with anyone you know as we continue working to save this man’s life.

We will continue to keep you up-to-date as we are able. You can find the latest updates here.

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