Over the next 60 days, Congress will review the Iranian deal. If it passes, the deal would enable Iran to become a nuclear power with full international support in as little as ten years. A nuclear Iran is a threat today and will most certainly remain an ominous threat ten years from now. An agreement must deny Iran the nuclear bomb, not merely postpone the day when Iran chooses to detonate the bomb.
Members of Congress must be urged to vote against the historically bad Iranian agreement because it fails to meet these basic requirements:
- Israel is America’s Ally. CWA and CWA of North Carolina will continue to pray and stand strong in SUPPORT FOR ISRAEL in spite of the terrorist attempts to destroy Israel. We support laws and policies that strengthen the ties between Israel and the U.S. This agreement does not encourage the development of our relationship with Israel. Iran’s accounts will be unfrozen, and we urge the discontinuation of millions of U.S. government dollars sent to nations who support terrorism.
- American Pastor Saeed Abedini and other Americans are wrongfully imprisoned in Iran. The four American prisoners — who should have been part of the negotiation process — have been left out of the final deal with Iran. We are outraged that the President has left Americans behind in order to gain a deal with a country that is a state sponsor of terrorism and violator of human rights.
- Sanctions Relief. Any sanctions relief should be gradual and phased in only as Iran complies with its obligations under an agreement.
- Anytime, Anywhere Inspections. Iran has a long history of hiding its nuclear program and entire nuclear facilities from inspectors. A deal with Iran must allow for anytime, anywhere inspections.
- Past Nuclear Activity. Iran must disclose all of its previous nuclear related work. If not, there is no baseline for inspectors to ensure Iran is complying with its new agreement.
- Non-Nuclear Sanctions and Arms Embargo. Iran has not agreed to end its support for international terror. Therefore non-nuclear sanctions and the arms embargo upon Iran should continue, until Iran agrees to stop supporting terrorism.
Take action! We need your help over the next 60 days to help protect Israel and America from a nuclear Iran.
- Over the next 60 days we urge you to contact and meet with your Members of Congress to urge that they vote against the dangers of this bad deal, using the bullet points above. If you don’t know who your legislators are simply click here for their names and contact information.
- There is NO DEAL unless Pastor Saeed and the other three American hostages are released from Iranian prisons and returned home.
- Please pass this action alert on to your church and to all your like-minded friends, family, associates, etc. and ask them to take action and pray.
- Dear God, we take comfort in your word which says: “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the defense of my life; whom shall I dread? Though a host encamp against me, my heart shall not fear: though war may rise against me, in spite of this I will be confident.” Psalm 27:1, 2, 3
- Pray that Congress will vote against the Iran deal.
- Pray that Pastor Saeed and other American citizens will be freed from Iranian prisons and allowed to return home.
- Pray for the peace of Israel (Psalm 122).
- Pray for CWA as they host an event on Thursday in D.C. on this issue – Protesting a Bad Deal with Iran.
- Join CWA and CWA of North Carolina on the fourth Sunday of each month as we fast and pray for the victims of terrorism.
Your faithful prayers and support are greatly appreciated, thank you!
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“I would have despaired unless I had believed that I would see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait for the Lord; be strong and let your heart take courage; yes, wait for the Lord” (Psalm 27: 13,14).