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Sign Petition Calling on Sen. Graham to Retract Racist, Anti-Iranian Remarks

Sunday, 24 May 2015
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On Friday, Senator and Presidential candidate Lindsey Graham told the Republican Leadership Conference:  “Everything I learned about Iranians I learned working in the pool room. I met a lot of liars, and I know Iranians are liars.” NIAC has condemned […]

TAKE ACTION: Urge Your Representative to Support Iran Diplomacy, Not War

Thursday, 16 April 2015
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Affordable Care Act

Yesterday, we encouraged you to call your Representative in the House to ask them to sign a letter supporting the framework deal and opposing war. We’ve got some great news: the letter now has over one hundred signers, including Minority […]

TAKE ACTION: Let’s Go Back on Offense and Seal the Deal

Wednesday, 15 April 2015
NIAC StaffNIAC Staff
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I’m not going to water this down: yesterday we hit our first setback in our push to a final Iran deal. In case you missed it: a compromise version of the Corker-Menendez bill was accepted by key Senate Democrats and the […]

TAKE ACTION: You Have 24 Hours to Stop Bibi

Monday, 13 April 2015
Yasmin RadjyYasmin Radjy
Bibi-Alert-Facebook

Well, I guess Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu didn’t think his recent speech to Congress was enough to disrespect President Obama and undermine an Iran deal.  According to his cabinet ministers, Bibi recently admitted that his latest stunts to kill the […]

TAKE ACTION: Insanity in Congress

Thursday, 9 April 2015
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House Foreign Affairs Committee

Congressional opponents of Iran diplomacy haven’t given up following the announcement of a historic framework nuclear deal. They are pushing the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act forward, despite President Obama’s veto threat and warnings that if it passes, it could kill the negotiations.

Congress Already Wants to Kill This Agreement

Friday, 3 April 2015
Yasmin RadjyYasmin Radjy
Mark Kirk

Yesterday was probably the biggest day in US-Iran relations in a generation. Kerry, Zarif, and the rest of the global negotiators deserve praise for showing the world that diplomacy does, indeed, work. But members of Congress are already trying to […]

Thank Obama & Kerry for Advancing Peace with Iran!

Thursday, 2 April 2015
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Thank You card

Join NIAC in thanking President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry for working tirelessly to advance peace with Iran.

Day of Action – You Blew Us Away!

Tuesday, 3 March 2015
Yasmin RadjyYasmin Radjy
DayOfAction-Meme

Whew, what a day. From the moment congressional offices opened this morning, 65 NIAC teams in 26 states started taking action, urging their members of Congress to skip Netanyahu’s harmful address.

Tell Congress: Don’t Attend Netanyahu’s Speech

Thursday, 12 February 2015
Yasmin RadjyYasmin Radjy
Obama-Bibi-Slider2

Congressional hawks have invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Congress to directly challenge President Obama’s diplomacy with Iran and promote sanctions that could start a war. Join our campaign to call on Congress to skip Bibi’s speech.

Tell Congress to Stop Netanyahu’s Speech

Wednesday, 28 January 2015
Jamal AbdiJamal Abdi
Benjamin Netanyahu, John Boehner

It has been a great week for diplomacy. Thanks to all your efforts, we won: the push for new sanctions in the Senate has been halted until March. But that hasn’t stopped Iran hawks from their most outrageous offense yet: House Speaker Boehner has invited […]

They Almost Killed The Deal

Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Jamal AbdiJamal Abdi
Senator Graham

Last week, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) almost killed the Iran talks.    He went to the Senate floor and attempted to pass a bill to give Congress the authority to kill any nuclear deal. Thankfully, Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) intervened and […]

Why Is Yahoo Blocking Email for Iranians?

Wednesday, 30 April 2014
Jamal AbdiJamal Abdi
yahoo

Yahoo is blocking new email accounts for Iranian users and denying existing users access to more secure email. Learn more and take action.

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