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Free Youcef Nadarkhani

The case of Youcef Nadarkhani, an Iranian Christian facing the death penalty for his ministry, reminds us that the freedoms we enjoy to believe and disbelieve are hard fought - and not yet won the world over. Indeed, it would appear Christians across the world are facing persecution - from Egypt, to China and even in India, a country reknowned for its colourful diversity. Having just finished reading Jean Hatton's biography of George Fox, and the details of how his body was repeatedly battered and broken from persecution, it strikes me that the right to believe, and not believe, is something we take for granted.

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