• 27 November 2013
  • Posted By Jamal Abdi
  • 1 Comments
  • Diplomacy

This Thanksgiving, we have much to be thankful for. We are especially thankful because the United States and Iran are talking for the first time in three decades and are on a pathway toward a brighter future without war and sanctions, and with respect for human rights and a true friendship between the Iranian and American people.

This wouldn’t have been possible without the efforts of President Obama and Secretary Kerry, who invested in diplomacy despite the pressure against them, and leaders like Senator Dianne Feinstein who stood up against new sanctions that would have derailed the talks.

Will you join us in sending Obama, Kerry, and Feinstein a Thanksgiving card today to show your thanks and to encourage them to keep up their laudable efforts?

Dear President Obama, Secretary Kerry and Senator Feinstein,

Thank you for investing in diplomacy to resolve the standoff between the U.S. and Iran. We strongly support your efforts to secure a deal and to work towards a brighter future without war and sanctions, with respect for human rights and with a true friendship between the Iranian and American people.

Thank President Obama, Secretary Kerry and Senator Feinstein for US-Iran Diplomacy

Dear President Obama, Secretary Kerry and Senator Feinstein,

Thank you for investing in diplomacy to resolve the standoff between the U.S. and Iran. We strongly support your efforts to secure a deal and to work towards a brighter future without war and sanctions, with respect for human rights and with a true friendship between the Iranian and American people.

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Posted By Jamal Abdi

    One Response to “Thank President Obama, Secretary Kerry and Senator Feinstein for succesful US-Iran Diplomacy”

  1. Paul Fogarty says:

    I called to thank Senator Dianne Feinstein, my senator, for standing up for diplomacy. As Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, this is no easy task for her. There are powerful elements at work (still) in Congress and the Senate that are desperately trying to derail these historic diplomatic talks between the U.S. and Iran.

    It’s been 34 years. Let’s not blow it now!

    Our country is growing weary of belligerent foreign policy.

    Thank you senator Feinstein for giving peace a chance!
    It’s the right thing to do.

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