The last time Naghmeh Abedini dropped her husband Saeed off at Boise Airport, she had no hint of the agonizing trial that awaited them.
On September 26, 2012, Saeed Abedini was imprisoned in Iran while working with the Iranian government to start an orphanage. After being beaten and abused, he was charged with undermining the state, and sentenced to 8 years in a brutal prison. This is his family’s story.
Please keep lifting up Saeed and his family in your prayers. Pray for the Iranian government to have a change of heart and release Saeed. His family needs him desperately. #SaveSaeed
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