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Saeed’s Wife Speaks to Franklin Graham

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Franklin Graham and Samaritan’s Purse ministries recently invited Pastor Saeed’s wife, Naghmeh, to their national headquarters to speak.

Franklin and Billy Graham and their ministries have been vocal and ardent leaders in the Christian community speaking out boldly for Pastor Saeed’s freedom.  We are very appreciative for their support and the hundreds of thousands around the world who are willing to speak out.

Naghmeh shared her personal testimony, how she and Pastor Saeed met, and her continual fight for her husband’s freedom.

Watch her powerful speech above.

Learn how you can take action and #BeHeard for Pastor Saeed.

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