A critical deadline is quickly approaching.
Pastor Saeed – a U.S. citizen – remains wrongfully imprisoned in Iran.
After more than two years in captivity, he’s suffering from immense pain and internal injuries from prison beatings.
Now is a pivotal time in the fight for his freedom.
The Obama Administration is literally sitting across the table from Iran with a June deadline for nuclear negotiations looming large.
We can’t trust Iran if it continues to wrongfully imprison an American pastor.
President Obama has promised to leave no American behind.
We must hold him to this promise. He must bring Pastor Saeed home.
We can’t leave him behind.
Join us in sending a powerful message:
To President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry:
As President you have promised and you have the responsibility to leave no American behind. Use this unique opportunity with Iran to bring Pastor Saeed – a U.S. citizen and loving husband and father – home to America.
As we continue working in Congress, at the U.N., and across the globe for Pastor Saeed and the persecuted Church we need your support.
Your voice will have a tremendous impact. Please consider supporting our work with a tax-deductible donation using the form to the right. Thank you.
Christians in Pakistan are continuing to face persistent persecution, including blatant discrimination by the government and violent attacks by radical Islamic mobs. In a recent written submission to the U.N. Human Rights Council (HRC), we highlighted how Christians in Pakistan are persecuted...
The situation for Christians in Afghanistan has become extremely dire. Thanks to the weakness and incompetence of the Biden Administration, which has abandoned them to the will of the Taliban, it is likely about to turn deadly. I just took direct action on the world stage, delivering an urgent oral...
Recently, we informed you that we filed a critical submission with the United Nations Human Rights Council highlighting three major legal issues concerning Christian persecution in Pakistan. The first issue raised in our report was regarding blasphemy laws, as discussed here . If we look at the...
Persecution of Christians in India continues even as the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) reviews the state of human rights in the country during its 48th session. Just days after we filed a critical report with the HRC , detailing incidents of persecution of Christians by Hindu mobs,