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Pastor Saeed’s Wife Spoke at Liberty University

By Matthew Clark1379529386000

On Monday the wife of illegally imprisoned American Pastor Saeed Abedini spoke at Liberty University’s convocation to a crowd of about 10,000 students.

Watch Naghmeh’s powerful speech of faith and hope above.

Take action with her by signing a letter to Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani, urging Pastor Saeed’s freedom.

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