Naghmeh Abedini: Update URGENT !!!

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Potrivit unei stiri iraniene publicata cu cateva minute in urma, Saeed a fost luat de Politia de Informatii si dus la Oficiul Central de Inteligenta la ora 9:30 dimineata(ora iraniana), adica acum 18 ore. Nimeni nu stie unde este sau de ce a fost luat. Dumnezeu este in control. Familia noastra ar aprecia rugaciunile voastre continue.


Based on the Iranian news just released, Saeed was taken by Intelligence police to the the Central Intelligence Office at 9:30 am (Iran time) which would be about 18 hours ago. No one knows where he is or why he was taken. God is in control. Our family would appreciate your continued prayers.

Pastorul Saeed Abedini „Cutremurat” Dupa Ce Autoritatile Iraniene Executa Sase Detinuti Din Celula Lui De Inchisoare

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Update de la sotia lui Saeed Abedini, Naghmeh Abedini, mesajul este relatat si mai jos in articolul tradus de noi –

Traducere Blogul Agnus Dei – Articol a Christian Post 8 Martie 2015 –
Pastor Saeed ‘Shaken’ as Iranian Authorities Execute His Six Fellow Prisoners 

Pastorul american Saeed Abedini, care este tinut in inchisorile iraniene de aproape doi ani si jumatate, pentru credinta lui in Isus Christos, este intr-o stare de „cutremur” dupa ce sase detinuti din celula lui au fost executati saptamana aceasta, a declarat sotia lui, Nagmeh.

,,Saeed a fost foarte agitat dupa ce a trebuit sa asiste in timp ce sase detinuti din celula lui au fost batuti si luati pentru a fi executati (prin spanzurare) in ziua aceea,” arata raportul de sambata al Centrului pentru Lege si Justitie (ACLJ), care o citeaza pe Naghmeh.

,,A fost o zi grea si intunecoasa pentru mine sa vad aceasta si sa vad cum viata este luata. De asemenea a fost foarte greu de privit in timp ce familiile celor care au fost executati plangeau si tipau de durere.”

Nagmeh a aflat despre aceasta dupa ce membrii din familia pastorului Saeed din Iran, au avut posibilitatea unei vizite scurte cu el la inchisoare.

,,A fost de asemenea o vizita emotionala pentru ca se apropie ziua de nastere a lui Iacob care va implini varsta de 7 ani. Ultima data cand si-a vazut fiul, el era numai de 4 ani,” a spus ea, indemnand pe crestini sa continue sa se roage pentru sotul ei ,,pentru a avea putere sa indure in inchisoarea aceea dura si pentru ca Isus sa continue sa-l intalneasca acolo si sa-i dea speranta.”

Naghmeh Abedini pledeaza pentru sotul ei, Saeed la Washington Septembrie 2015 Photo Christian Post

Naghmeh Abedini pledeaza pentru sotul ei, Saeed la Washington Septembrie 2015 Photo Christian Post

,,Va rog sa va rugati ca acesta sa fie anul cand el va fi eliberat,” a spus ea.

Pastorul Saeed ramane in continuare intr-o situatie incredibil de periculoasa, a spus ACLJ, explicand ca executiile sumare, violenta dintre detinuti si bataile sunt un lucru obisnuit.

Saeed de asemenea a suferit leziuni prelungite din cauza batailor primite in inchisoare.

,,Administratia Obama trebuie sa faca tot ce este cu putiinta sa aduca acasa la familia sa in America, pe acest cetatean american inchis pe nedrept,” a spus ACLJ.

Saeed a crescut in Iran inainte de a se converti la crestinism la varsta de 20 de ani. Mai tarziu a calatorit impreuna cu familia sa inainte si inapoi, intre Iran si America, pentru a se intalni cu familia ramasa acolo si pentru misiunea crestina.

In timpul unei astfel de calatorii in anul 2009, a fost retinut si interogat de autoritatile iraniene pentru convertirea sa la crestinism. I s-a dat drumul fiind insa avertizat sa nu se angajeze in activitati de biserica, ce sunt  ilegale in Iran, si a fost arestat din nou in anul 2012 in timp ce lucra la un proiect de orfelinat non-sectar.

Saeed a fost condamnat pentru motivul ca a pus in pericol „securitatea nationala” dar ACLJ crede ca aceasta pedeapsa are mai mult de a face cu credinta lui de crestin.

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Saeed Abedini’s Story: Depressed Muslim

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Saeed, an American citizen, was in his homeland of Iran helping to build an orphanage. While he was there he was wrongfully arrested and sent to the infamous Evin Prison.

Saeed Abedini shares how he found a relationship with Christ, and how that relationship completely changed his life. #savesaeed

VIDEO by Network211Stories

In Chains for Christ – Pastor Saeed

Abedini’s Letter from Prison

American Pastor Saeed Abedini wrote a moving letter to his wife and supporting from an Iranian prison, communicating the dire situation he faces in one of Iran’s most notoriously abusive prisons. In addition to expressing his utmost appreciation to all of those around the world who have spoken out on his behalf, he gave just a glimpse of the horrendous conditions he faces in Evin Prison.

VIDEO by OfficialACLJ

An emotional update from Pastor Saeed Abedini’s wife, Naghmeh

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If you have not heard the news, Pastor Saeed Abedini, who has been imprisoned in Iran’s notorious Evin prison since July 2012, has been moved to the most dangerous cell block in that prison. This is the place where prisoners are moved to before they disappear…he had been moved a half hour away to Karaj. Please keep this family in your prayers, for Saeed to continue his mission of evangelizing those he is incarcerated with and for Naghmeh to carry on, on his behalf, raising their children on fighting for his release. We are called to pray for our brothers and sisters who are being persecuted and help in whatsoever capacity to lighten the burden for them. (Find out how you can help here- Saeed Abedini sent to deadly cell block where people are sent to disappear

VIDEO by Save Saeed Naghmeh Abedini urges us to sign and share Saeed’s new petition, as well as join her in praying for her imprisoned husband.

Mission News Network reporting:

Iranian/American pastor is facing some troubling days ahead. According to the American Center of Law and Justice, Pastor Saeed Abedini, a U.S. citizen imprisoned in Iran because of his Christian faith, is being moved from Evin Prison in Tehran to Rajai Shahr Prison in Karaj, which is even more dangerous.

According to the ACJL, Pastor Saeed faces life-threatening conditions and treatment there.

President of Open Doors USA David Curry says while this looks bleak, there is good news. „From that fact, we can gather that the Iranians are listening and paying attention to the advocacy from the United States.”

The ACLJ reports Pastor Saeed’s family members went to visit him at Evin Prison Monday, only to be notified that he had been moved a half hour away to Karaj.

The transfer comes as Iranians took to the streets to mark the anniversary of the takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Iran in 1979. The protests are a bit surprising, especially since many young people are disenfranchised with the current radical Islamic government.

Curry agrees. „There’s a growing need there and a growing desire amongst these younger generations in Iran and other Middle Eastern countries to see freedom come. That’s certainly what we’re praying for.”

In 2005, Loes Bijnen, a Dutch Diplomat from the embassy in Tehran, described Rajai Shahr prison:
„Rajai Shahr is the place where political prisoners who are seen as a nuisance, are stowed away. Going to Karaj is a severe punishment. Once in there, one stops to be a human being. One is put out of sight, even of human rights activists and the press. In Rajaï Shahr, political prisoners have to share cells with dangerous criminals like murderers, rapists, and drug addicts who don’t hesitate to attack their cell mates. They have nothing to lose: many of them are condemned to death anyway. Murders or unexplained deaths are a regular occurrence.”

Curry is encouraging you to pray for Pastor Saeed and other Christians in the same situation. „There are 100 million people in countries around the world living in fear for the faith. Not because they’re bad people, but because they call themselves believers. The western world is the exception.”

Naghmeh Abedini, wife of Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedin who is imprisoned in Iran, speaks at Liberty University

Please listen to the 6 minute video at the bottom of this post, as Naghmeh Abedini talks about how she always feared she would question Jesus’ goodness, if she were to ever go through a big trial. But, she says, „ that deep, dark night of despair, I reached put to Jesus, and I’ve known Him since I was 9, and I connected to Him in such a deep way that, not only did I not question His goodness, but I proclaim His goodness amd how awesome He is, and I got to drink of His goodness. He gave me strength to stand and He’s given me joy and peace.”

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Naghmeh Abedini has been traveling the U.S. and the world for over 15 months to raise awareness of her husband Pastor Saeed Abedini’s unjust imprisonment in Tehran.

Saeed Abedini was arrested in the summer of 2012 while helping build an orphanage in Iran. He was later sentenced to eight years in Evin Prison in Tehran for “endangering national security.” He has served a year of that sentence already and has been beaten and told to give up his faith in Christ.

According to his wife, Saeed Abedini has stood strong in his faith and has led over 30 people in prison to Christ.

“The kids and I desperately want him back, but we are proud that he has chosen to stand up for his faith and to proclaim the Gospel in a dark prison and bring hope to those people,” she said. “To know that so many of the Iranian people are coming to know Christ makes it worth it. I know his imprisonment is not in vain.”

In June, Naghmeh Abedini had the chance to speak to the United Nations in Geneva, sharing the Gospel with more than 196 nations. The message was broadcast to more than 50 million Iranians.

“I pray that the Lord would awaken your desire to ask for nations for your inheritance and that you would be on fire for the Living God,” she said.

Vice President for Communications Johnnie Moore said Liberty believes the Great Commission is both for people in the ministry and in the marketplace.

“Missions is at the heart of the university and always has been. We do not believe that the Great Commission is for some Christians, it is for all Christians,” he said.

Liberty’s student body collectively represents all 50 states and 95 countries. Students and alumni are constantly engaged in areas all over the world, including the school’s ongoing Restore Rwanda campaign and several short-term mission trips through the Center for Global Engagement. Global Focus Week allows students to continue pursuing these options and become more involved in missions.

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