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The Obama Administration reached a nuclear deal with Iran, leaving Pastor Saeed and three other American hostages behind.

President Obama broke a promise to Pastor Saeed’s family.

He promised to make Pastor Saeed’s release a “top priority.” Instead, this U.S. citizen is left to suffer beatings, torment, and excruciating pain in one of the world’s worst prisons because he is a Christian.

The Administration has committed diplomatic malpractice. It’s unconscionable.

But the fight isn’t over. The deal isn’t final. Congress has a voice.

We’re aggressively working in the House and Senate, demanding Congress reject the deal.

Pastor Saeed desperately needs your voice more now than ever.

Petition to Reject the Deal and Bring Pastor Saeed and the Other Americans Home

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A bad deal with Iran has been made worse because Pastor Saeed and three other Americans have been left behind. Reject the deal and demand the release of the Americans.

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