Pastor Saeed Abedini joined America’s Newsroom to speak out about his time in Iranian captivity and return to the United States last month.
Greta Van Susteren sat down with Saeed Abedini, the Christian pastor who was freed from Iran, for his first and only interview.
Secretary of State John Kerry defended the prisoner swap with Iran that secured the release of five Americans in an interview on Fox and Friends.
Naghmeh Abedini said that when she learned of her husband, Christian pastor Saeed Abedini's release, "I couldn't stop my tears."
In a White House statement today, President Obama touted the diplomacy that he said led to the release of five American prisoners in Iran and the implementation of a nuclear deal that he said will ensure that Iran never builds a bomb.
U.S. officials said Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, former U.S. Marine Amir Hekmati, and Pastor Saeed Abedini were on the flight headed for Switzerland.
Naghmeh Abedini, whose husband has been jailed in Iran for nearly three years, is urging Congress to reject the nuclear agreement with the Islamic republic.
In the wake of the nuclear deal with Iran, there are new questions about the fate of four Americans who are being held captive by the Islamic Republic.
The families of the four Americans imprisoned or missing in Iran urged Congress members to fight for the release of their loved ones today.
More and more Christians throughout America have joined the movement to wear orange to church in a show of solidarity with Christians murdered by ISIS.
For more than two years, Pastor Saeed Abedini has been held unjustly in an Iranian jail, simply for meeting with Christians in a private home. Despite his ordeal, Abedini has maintained his strong Christian faith. Never has that faith been more evident than in an inspiring Christmas letter that he sent his family.