Congress: Don’t Kill Iran Talks With New Sanctions

The U.S. and its European partners have agreed to extend the interim nuclear deal with Iran while continuing to work towards a comprehensive, permanent agreement. But certain elements in Congress are pushing for new sanctions, which would violate the interim deal and kill the talks.

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A Story Your Reps Should Hear: Home Evictions in Sheikh Jarrah

Since 2009, over 50 Palestinians have been evicted from their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem and replaced by Jewish settler families. Many of the Palestinians are refugees from Israeli cities, including the al-Kurds, who have already lost half of their home to settlers—and are under threat of losing the rest. Email Congress >

Blowing Up Iran Talks

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