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Houston, Texas: Join the prayer vigil for Iranian American Christian Pastor


September 26th, 2013, marks one year since Pastor Saeed Abedini, an American citizen and resident of Idaho, was arrested and imprisoned in Iran’s notoriously heinous Evin Prison. His crime? His Faith in Jesus Christ. Pastor Saeed has been tortured continuously since that time, suffering in unimaginable ways. Iran is in violation of its obligations under international law by keeping Pastor Saeed in prison, and is acting in direct contravention of its own national law. Iranian officials released a statement just last week, in which they reaffirmed their refusal to consider releasing Pastor Saeed, thereby solidifying their continuing desecration of the most basic tenants of human rights, as dictated by the Law of Nature and Nature’s God.

Pastor Saeed’s wife, Naghmeh Abedini, is petitioning concerned citizens around the nation to gather together for prayer vigils at their state capitols and other government buildings, on the one year anniversary of Saeed’s unjust incarceration.

Please join the Houston prayer vigil at City Hall in Houston, Texas, from 12 noon-2pm, on September 26th, 2013, as we gather to pray and petition for something that is so paramount and fundamental to our essence as Americans: Religious Liberty. Invite your friends, family, coworkers, neighbors, and anyone else who may be able to come. Please join us, to be a voice for Pastor Saeed, and for all those around the world who are persecuted and imprisoned for their faith.

If you have a Facebook profile, please RSVP to the Houston Prayer Vigil event page, and invite your Facebook friends to attend; direct all questions there, as well: https://www.facebook.com/events/652051778140748/

For more information on Pastor Saeed’s dire plight, visit www.savesaeed.org.

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