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Prisoner Alert Prisoner Set Free!

Friday, November 18, 2016 11:34
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ToharTohar Haydarov was quietly released from prison in Uzbekistan on Nov. 8. He had served nearly seven years of his 10-year prison sentence and was released for good behavior. He may face parole conditions, and authorities verbally told him not to get in trouble or he would return to prison. Authorities had told him earlier this year that a parole in his case “would not happen.”

Tohar was imprisoned in 2010 for allegedly selling large qualities of drugs, although fellow church members say the charges were falsified, and he was accused only because of his Christian faith.

Fellow Christians told Forum 18 News, “We are thankful to everybody who prayed for him and sent letters to him while in prison.” They ask for continued prayer for him.

Tohar was one of the prisoners featured on VOM’s web site for Christian prisoners, Christians from all over the world wrote letters to him at the prison where he was held, and also wrote to Uzbek government leaders on his behalf.

Thank you to all those who prayed for our brother, Tohar, and wrote letters to him and on his behalf. Continue to pray for other prisoners still held in prison for their faith.


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