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By Jennifer G. Hickey, Newsmax.com

Members of the militant terrorist group ISIS have issued death threats against American pastor Saeed Abedini inside the Iranian prison in which some members of the brutal group are detained with Abedini, says a group working to obtain his freedom.

According to the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), Abedini told family members he has learned that ISIS militants imprisoned in the same ward of Rajai Shahr prison have told fellow prisoners they plan to kill him because of his Christian faith.

Abedini, 33, of Boise, Idaho, was imprisoned in September 2012 on charges of endangering national security, but his supporters say he was in Iran working to build an orphanage with the permission of the Iranian government. . . .

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