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Save Saeed: Michael Tait Speaks Out

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Michael Tait, new lead singer of the Grammy award-winning Christian band Newsboys (and formerly of DC Talk), has spoken out for Pastor Saeed Abedini. This Christian pastor, a U.S. citizen, has been convicted and imprisoned in Iran simply for following his Christian faith.

Join Tait and hundreds of thousands of others in speaking out. Watch the video from Michael Tait above and sign the petition at SaveSaeed.org.

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