Send a message to the President: Iran cannot be trusted with nuclear-weapons capability
As new negotiations commence, the following should be considered: international sanctions should be tightened; Iran must halt enrichment, ship stashes of enriched uranium to neutral countries, cooperate with the IAEA, and comply with IAEA and UN Security Council resolutions; Iran cannot sidestep negotiations or offer partial measures; all options must remain on the table. Ask the President to uphold these principles and stand strong against Iran’s nuclear ambition.
Tell Congress: Iran Sanctions can be Tougher
To keep pressure on the Iranian regime, the U.S. must continue to intensify our sanctions program. H.R.4317 designates Iran’s energy sector a “zone of proliferation concern,” blacklisting the sector for any foreign investment in or sale of petroleum, refined petroleum products, natural gas, or petrochemical products, as well as energy-related technology, services and goods. Tell Congress that H.R.4317 must be included in any sanctions package sent to the President.
Tell the Senate to Pass the Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Human Rights Act of 2012 (S.2101)
The U.S. must continue to strengthen our sanctions program to keep pressure on the Iranian regime. S.2101 will place tough penalties on the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. It increases sanctions on entities that support Iran’s energy industries, enable human rights abuses, and aid Iran’s nuclear ambition. Tell the Senate to vote YES on S.2101.