The Peace Alliance is on record as strongly supporting the Iran Nuclear Agreement negotiated by the United States, Iran, and five other nations. Right now, many Members of Congress plan to vote against the agreement, which would likely send us on a path to war or some form of direct military engagement.
We are joining with dozens of other groups in a petition to Congress urging their support for this deal. While this petition is worded in a far more partisan fashion than we typically endorse, it’s thrust is consistent with our position and there is a substantial coalition behind it helping to create buzz and momentum. Therefore, we’d like to pass it along to you to give you an opportunity to sign.
The vote on the Iran deal is going to be a close one, and we want to make sure that you have every possible chance to let your lawmakers know that you support diplomatic solutions to resolve difficult international disputes rather than war. We will have more actions in the future.
The process of diplomacy is long and often involves difficult tradeoffs. The negotiators of this deal included scientific experts like Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, who insists that this deal would successfully prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon, with the most comprehensive monitoring system ever implemented for nuclear inspections.
President, Peace Alliance