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Another Christmas in Iranian Prison

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By FoxNews.com

Naghmeh Abedini learned the U.S. negotiations with Iran over its nuclear weapons program had failed and knew she and her two children faced another Christmas without her husband.

The talks broke down last week with the parties agreeing to a seven-month extension, and any leverage Abedini hoped the U.S. could wield on behalf of her husband, Saeed Abedini, would appear to have been similarly delayed.

“I am beyond heartbroken,” Naghmeh Abedini, who lives at the family home near Boise, Iowa, said. “While I have never wanted my husband to be a pawn in these political negotiations, I recognize that his freedom might be tied to our government being able to reach a final deal. The thought of waiting another 7 months for resolution sounds unbearable at this time.”. . .

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