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Thank You, Reverend Graham

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On Tuesday, we reported that the Reverend Billy Graham wrote his own letter to Iran's President, Hassan Rouhani, on behalf of Pastor Saeed. Today, that letter appeared in the New York Times, bringing Pastor Saeed's case directly to the readers of one of the world's most prominent newspapers, just as world leaders gather for U.N. meetings.

Thank you, Reverend Graham for speaking up for Pastor Saeed, and thank you to the more than 111,000 others who've written their own letters to free an American, in chains for the Gospel.

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