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Pastor Saeed Seeking Freedom

By Jordan Sekulow1379602028000

As tens of thousands of Americans are writing letters to Iran's new president, urging him to release Pastor Saeed, a U.S. citizen in prison imprisoned in Iran for his faith.  Pastor Saeed has written his own letter, from the heart of brutal Evin Prison, stating his case to President Hassan Rouhani.  The Farsi version is here, and the English translation follows:




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