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Tragic News about a Deal with Iran, Grave Danger for Israel

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From our friends at United with Israel. Please act today!

We must share some tragic news regarding Iran.  Today, Iran’s deputy foreign minister said that the P5+1 world powers, including the United States, have “accepted the framework” of proposals made by Iran in the Geneva talks.
The agreement would “slow down” elements of Iran’s nuclear activity in return for the easing of sanctions on Iran.

Prime Minister Netanyahu said the Geneva proposals “would ease the pressure on Iran” in return for empty concessions that would still “allow Iran to retain the capabilities to make nuclear weapons”. He called this a “mistake of historic proportions” which must be completely rejected.

We agree with Prime Minister Netanyahu that only a complete elimination of Iran’s nuclear program is acceptable. Now is the time to keep the pressure on Iran by increasing the sanctions.

We URGE you to sign the petition to President Obama and world leaders to keep the pressure on Iran. Once you sign, it is critical to send it to everyone you know via email, facebook, twitter and any other means.

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The international community must keep the pressure on Iran by imposing harsher sanctions and demanding that its nuclear program be completely dismantled. A nuclear Iran is a threat not only to Israel but to the entire free world.

We thank you for standing United with Israel at this critical time.

With Blessings of Peace,

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