We need the U.S. Senate and White House to Act on Iran Now! Send An Email To Your Newspapers And Elected Officials About the Iranian Nuclear Threat!
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I am writing to ask you to take urgent action to help stop the threat of a nuclear Iran. The U.S. House of Representatives passed key legislation on Iran by a vote of 412-12. However, it will not become law until it passes the Senate and is signed by the President of the United States.
The U.S. Senate comes back into session this week. We need to make sure that Iran is at the top of everyone’s agenda. Please urge your Senators to support The Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability and Divestment Act (S. 2799) by bringing it to the floor and voting for it today!
International attempts to engage the Islamic regime through diplomacy, from the fall of the Shah until the present day, are amply documented. Iranian leaders have interpreted attempts at diplomatic engagement as a sign of weakness. More must be done NOW to peacefully stop the threat of Iran!
With Iran’s economy dependent on foreign trade and investment, a comprehensive program of economic sanctions, combined with divestment programs, could persuade Iran to take definitive action to stop its nuclear program. America must act on this legislation. German companies such as MAN Ferrostaal, ThyssenKrupp, Herrenknecht, Leonhardt & Blumberg, Daimler & Volkswagen, RWE & Siemens, BASF & Bayer, HPC Company should also stop helping Iran. From banking, shipping, energy and other industry methods there are many peaceful ways to stop Iran – but we need to do them now!
While many countries have stepped up their rhetoric on Iran, very few have taken real steps that will ultimately curb Iran’s nuclear ambitions. America should take the lead by passing the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability and Divestment Act (S.2799) before it is too late. Please – take a few moments now to use our free, fast and easy automated system to send personal notes to your leaders and local media on this issue today!
Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi
Founder & President