Monday, February 11, 2008

THE FOLLY OF ATTACKING IRAN today released this video on Iran showing the dangers of an armed U.S. intervention and the need for real diplomacy.

You can help mobilize more Americans against war with Iran by watching, sharing, and posting the video. You can also take action here by asking your Representative and your Senators to oppose military threats, promote diplomacy, and support H.R. 5056.
"In 1953, the United States violently intervened in Iran by ousting the democratically elected government of Mohammad Mossadegh and installing the shah's military regime. This backfired spectacularly in 1979 when religious militants gained power through a popular revolution and 52 U.S. diplomats were taken hostage.

Veteran New York Times correspondent Stephen Kinzer, retired General Robert Gard, Iranian-American scholar Trita Parsi, and USA Today reporter Barbara Slavin explain the need for the United States today to use real diplomacy instead of military force in its relationship with Iran."

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