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Tweet for Youcef Doubles Reach

By Anna Sekulow1330374254000

The Tweet for Youcef campaign is taking off – doubling its reach in less than a week.  Since delivering the news that our contacts in Iran believed that Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani’s execution order was issued, the number of people who have signed up for the Tweet for Youcef campaign nearly doubled.  In that same time, the number of Twitter accounts reached each day grew 112%, from 404,352 to 855,527 Twitter accounts.  In that same six-day period, the Tweet for Youcef campaign reached an additional 17 countries and territories with Pastor Youcef’s story.

Each day the ACLJ sends out an update about pastor Youcef through the accounts of thousands of Twitter users, literally reaching the world for Pastor Youcef.

Please Tweet and share this infographic. With your help we can reach the world. Sign up to Tweet for Youcef today:

Infographic displaying the worlds involvement in the fight for Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani

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