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IRAN: Should we be concerned?

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IRAN: Should we be concerned?

Time: March 20, 2014 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Highland Beach Library
Event Type: lecture
Organized By: Mary Thurwachter
Latest Activity: Mar 20, 2014

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IRAN: SHOULD WE BE CONCERNED?

GET ANSWERS!!  You Decide!

Find out what is really going on!  How are we affected??  What can we do?

Speaker: Bob Feferman discusses United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI)

Followed by Q & A

 Thursday, March 20 at 6:30 PM  

Highland Beach Library, 3618 South Ocean Blvd,Highland Beach

The prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran is a danger to every country and to world peace. There are compelling reasons Iran should not possess a nuclear weapon. Get the facts on the Iranian regime and what it means to Americans!

UANI is a non-profit, non-partisan, advocacy group that seeks to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. It was founded by Ambassadors Mark Wallace and Richard Holbrooke, former CIA Director Jim Woolsey, and Middle East expert Dennis Ross. UANI’s private sanctions campaigns and legislative initiatives focus on ending corporate economic and financial support of the Iranian regime, which supports terrorism and gross human rights violations.

Bob Feferman is a key source to help answer our questions. As Outreach Coordinator for UANI, Bob has helped initiate and support divestment legislation. Such new laws can require state pension funds to divest from holdings in companies working in Iran's energy sector.

Tara Laxler is the Florida consultant for UANI, and has been instrumental in getting legislation to divest state funds from Iran and Sudan, as well as help pass laws requiring businesses to disclose relationships with Iran

All Highland Beach Residents and their Guests are cordially invited

Email: martha@highlandbeachlibrary.org 

Donations for “Friends of the Highland Beach Library” gratefully accepted.

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