American Pastor Saeed has been abandoned.
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.
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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