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Tweet for Youcef Reaches 2.9 Million

By Matthew Clark1345761005000

The ACLJ’s Tweet for Youcef campaign is now reaching more than 2.9 million Twitter accounts worldwide each day.

Tweet for Youcef reaches over 2 million a day in English and hundreds of thousands more in Portuguese as the people of Brazil continue to cry out for Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani’s freedom. Each day, the ACLJ sends a tweet to nearly 3 million Twitter accounts in 97% of the world’s nations with news and information about Pastor Youcef’s case.

In a little over two weeks, Pastor Youcef will be forced to appear before an Iranian court on “charges brought against him,” but it is still unknown whether those charges will be his current apostasy charge or new charges. He has now been illegally imprisoned for his Christian faith for well over 1,000 days, separated from his church, his wife, and his two young boys.

As the campaign to free Pastor Youcef quickly approaches 3 million worldwide, please sign up to Tweet for Youcef today.

Below is an infographic about the tremendous reach and impact those who have signed up for the Tweet for Youcef campaign are having for the persecuted pastor.

Pastor Youcef Nadarkahni's story reaching 2.9 million

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