Mr. President: Will You Bring Home American Pastor Imprisoned in Iran? | American Center for Law and Justice
  Search  |  Login  |  Register

ACLJ Profile Completion

Verified

Mr. President Bring Home Saeed

By Jay Sekulow1427740441567

There is much at stake as efforts intensify to reach an agreement with Iran over its nuclear capabilities. Discussions about nuclear enrichment and centrifuges may be central to these negotiations, but there’s another topic that should be addressed.

March 26 marked two and a half years since American Pastor Saeed Abedini was imprisoned in Iran, jailed simply because of his Christian faith. His health is worsening. In a prison where torture and executions are commonplace, Pastor Saeed continues to face grave threats and an uncertain future.

The Obama administration has been vocal in calling for Pastor Saeed’s release. In a face-to-face meeting with the Abedini family in January, President Obama told them that he considers securing the release of Pastor Saeed a “top priority.” He also told the family that his negotiating team – led by Secretary of State John Kerry – continues to bring up Pastor Saeed’s case with the Iranians.

Continue reading this article on Fox News.

Don’t Leave Pastor Saeed Behind

Persecuted Church  Signatures

LOGIN

Receive the latest news, updates, and contribution opportunities from ACLJ.

$20
$40
$60
$120
$240
Make this a monthly tax-deductible gift.

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. Have your gift doubled through our Matching Challenge.

Email Address is required.
First Name is required.
Last Name is required.
Credit Card Number is required.
Verification Code is required.
Expiration Month is required.
Expiration Year is required.
Receive the latest news, updates, and contribution opportunities from ACLJ.
Encourage your friends to sign and donate by sharing this petition.

Pastor John Cao Has Now Been Imprisoned in China for Four Years

By Olivia Summers1614956340000

Anniversaries should be the celebrations of good things in life, marking milestones and happy moments, like weddings. But they are not always. March 5, 2021, marks the four-year anniversary of Christian Pastor John Cao’s unjust imprisonment in China – yet another whole year in which he has been...

read more

Release of Muslim Attacker of Paralyzed Pakistani Christian Appealed

By Shaheryar Gill1614871690164

We reported about two months ago that a trial court in Pakistan had convicted two Muslim men for attempted murder after they shot a Christian man over a minor argument. Our European Centre for Law and Justice’s (ECLJ) affiliate in Pakistan, the Organization for Legal Aid (OLA), represents Waqar...

read more

Targeted Attacks Against Christians in Democratic Republic of Congo

By Jordan Sekulow1614610740000

The horror for Christians in Africa continues to increase, as they are being targeted for extermination by Islamic radicals. If the world does not take action to stop it NOW, it will soon be too late. We’ve told you how we’ve been working at the United Nations and the U.S. State Department to urge...

read more

Pakistani Court Effectively Ends Blasphemy Case for Christian Client

By Shaheryar Gill1613659980000

In an important victory in Pakistan, a trial court has freed an innocent Christian man in a blasphemy case. It’s a case where our European Centre for Law and Justice’s (ECLJ) affiliate in Pakistan, as we’ve previously told you , has been representing a Christian man who was falsely accused of...

read more