the Iran Deal

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Congress should insist on a better deal.

This chapter encourages Congress to reject this agreement; and urge the administration to work with our allies to maintain economic pressure on Iran while offering to negotiate a better deal that will truly close off all Iranian paths to a nuclear weapon.

Please, Write your representatives and let them know how you feel. Below we have listed reasons you can site to support your position and a link to a search engine to find your representative.

Why the Iran Deal is a Bad Deal

Centrifuges are needed to enrich Uranium. The agreement limits Iran to about 9,000 centrifuges. This is enough to make a bomb but short of capacity to generate fuel to power nuclear power plants.

None of the existing 19,000 centrifuges will be dismantled. In addition they can continue creating 5,000 centrifuges for the next 10 years.

It doesn’t require dismantling any nuclear facilities.
Upon request, IAEA inspections can be delayed for 24 days. Military base inspections are off limits.

Side deals: On Aug 19the it came out that Iran will be allowed to inspect itself at its most sensitive known military complex.

They can continue research and development of a new generation of centrifuges and intercontinental missile technology.

Sanctions will be lifted and $150 Billion dollars will be released to them.
The money will be used to increase their terrorist activities around the world; Hezbollah, Hamas, etc.

They threaten “death to Israel & death to the United States” daily.
All restraints are taken off Iran in 15 years.

In 2012 Obama declared “the deal we’ll accept” with Iran “is that they end their nuclear program” and “abide by the U.N. resolutions that have been in place.”


Find Your Representative

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