Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Urge Rep. Sarbanes on August 26 at 4:30 PM to vote for Iran deal/Vatican supports Iran deal

Your No War with Iran event is coming up this Wednesday Aug. 26 at 4:30 pm, and your

presence is so important! Rep. John Sarbanes needs to see that his constituents

want him to do the right thing and avoid the path to war with Iran.

Again, the event begins Wednesday at 4:30 pm at 600 Baltimore Avenue, Suite 303, Towson, MD 21204

The most important thing is to have as many people as we can to show Rep. John Sarbanes that his constituents support peace.

Can you send this link to your friends?

Please also take photos and video and tweet from the event using #NoWarWithIran and @MoveOn.

Please review the following talking points, in the case that we should have media present:


Would also be great to bring extra  signs to show that we’re united. Handmade signs are welcomed too! Download the signs here: http://s3.moveon.org/pdfs/signs_moveon_defendirandeal.pdf

Thanks and look forward to meeting you Wed!



http://rehmat1.com/2015/08/15/vatican-christians-must-support-iran-nuclear-deal/Rehmat's World

"There is no compulsion in religion," – Holy Qur'an


Vatican: Christians must support Iran nuclear deal


In April 2015, Pope Francis threw his Holy Support behind the P5+1 and Iran nuclear deal, by saying: “I hope we entrust to the merciful Lord the framework recently agreed to in Lausanne, that it may be a definitive step toward a more secure and fraternal world.”

Pope Francis, who has long been declared kosher by the Organized Jewry, wouldn’t have made that statement unless he was told by his Jewish advisers that the US-Iran nuclear agreement would be good for Israel.

Responding to Netanyahu’s call on August 4, several powerful Jewish lobby groups like ADL, AJC, etc. have asked their poodles in US Congress to reject the US-Iran nuclear agreement. Contrary to that a great majority of American Jews and the US-Iranian citizens have come out in support of Obama’s efforts to avoid Americans killed in another war for Israel in the Middle East.

On August 14, the National Catholic Reporter in an Editorial, appealed to the Congress members to bless the US-Iran nuclear agreement, because it’s good for Israel and its regional allies, such as, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey and UAE.

If Congress rejects the deal, Iran has little incentive not to join the nuclear club. An active nuclear program – not this deal – increases risk to our Middle East partners including Israel,” warned the editorial.

Interestingly, former US president Jimmy Carter in a recent interview he gave to Jewish weekly Journal Prospect, said that Israel with 200 nuclear bombs poses the greatest threat to the region.

Mark Tooley, president of Washington-based Institute on Religion and Democracy, an organization founded by a Crypto-Jew by the name Michael Novak in 1981, has blasted both his fellow Evangelists and the Vatican for supporting the anti-Israel nuclear deal.

Pastor John Hagee’s Christians United for Israel have vowed to kill the deal because it poses an ‘existential’ threat to the Jewish occupation of Palestine and would delay the second-coming of Christ.

The Congress has 60-day grace period which ends on September 17, to show whether they’re: With US or Israel.

Earlier Vatican unsuccessfully opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade deal pursued by Obama administration between the US and several Pacific-Rim countries that Catholic and Labor groups said would hurt average working people in the States and abroad. The fools didn’t realize that TPP was authored by the Jewish Lobby to serve Israel’s interests.


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