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Kaká Takes a Stand for Pastor Youcef

By Anna Sekulow1330550393000

The ACLJ’s Tweet for Youcef campaign is reaching the world. Today, Brazilian born soccer icon Ricardo Kaká tweeted to his more than 8.8 million followers urging them to tweet for Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani.

Kaká is a world-renowned soccer player for Real Madrid and currently the 17th most followed person on Twitter in the world. He is also a devout evangelical Christian. You can learn more about him on his Facebook page.

As Pastor Youcef faces imminent execution in Iran for his Christian faith, the people of Brazil are continuing to speak out.

The ACLJ’s Tweet for Youcef campaign is now reaching more than 950,000 Twitter accounts each day in more than 87% of the world’s nations, and with people like Kaká taking action, we are reaching millions more in an effort to save this persecuted pastor’s life.

Please join this global movement, and sign up to Tweet for Youcef today.

Learn more about Pastor Youcef and the Tweet for Youcef campaign in English, Español, or Portuguese.

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