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All Jacob Abedini wants for his birthday (Tuesday, March 17) is to have his dad home. He even invited his dad to his birthday party (see invitation) – a party that sadly won’t be complete because Jacob’s dad won’t be there.  

It’s been nearly two and a half years now since Jacob’s dad, Pastor Saeed Abedini, has been imprisoned in Iran because of his Christian faith.

And, on this day – the day Jacob turns seven – his dad is still languishing in prison – separated from his son, his daughter and his wife – still in need of medical care – still facing an uncertain fate.

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