With AIPAC Reeling, Let's Push the House to Support Diplomacy
Who knew we’d live to see this glorious day? The New York Times is reporting that the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)’s efforts to pass a bill in the Senate to cripple diplomacy with Iran have stalled, and concludes that AIPAC has lost influence in Washington.  Hallelujah!
Now we have a great opportunity to take the fight to the House, where more than 70 Representatives are circulating a letter supporting U.S.-Iran diplomacy and opposing new sanctions and other measures that would kill the talks. 
Getting Members of Congress to stay off a nefarious bill is important, but it’s even more significant when we can get them to publicly endorse realistic diplomacy to end the U.S.-Iran conflict.
Urge your Representative to sign the diplomacy letter now.
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Robert Naiman, Chelsea Mozen, and Megan Iorio
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1. “Potent Pro-Israel Group Finds Its Momentum Blunted,” Mark Landler, New York Times, Feb. 3, 2014, http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/04/world/middleeast/potent-pro-israel-gro...
2. "Another big blow to the Iran sanctions bill,” Greg Sargent, Washington Post, February 3, http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2014/02/03/another-big-...