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Yesterday, ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow testified before the U.S. Senate about the critical need of the U.S. government to take direct action to defend persecuted Christians.

In addition to the plight of Christians facing execution in Pakistan and beheadings at the hand of ISIS, Jay testified about our ongoing fight to save Pastor Saeed from torment and imprisonment in Iran because of his Christian faith.

Several U.S. Senators took keen interest in Pastor Saeed’s case at this hearing and the U.S. Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, David Saperstein, assured the panel that the U.S. government will not be satisfied until Pastor Saeed is home in America.

As Jay said, statements like these, hearings like these, keep Pastor Saeed alive. You can watch part of the exchange above. Please stand with Pastor Saeed with your prayers and by signing the petition for his freedom today.

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