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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Take Action For Israel 8

Iran action alert
Dear Friend,
An Iran armed with nuclear weapons would be an unacceptable threat to both Israel and America. And for years we’ve been asking our leaders to prevent this. 
Yet they still don’t get it!  Earlier this month, General George Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, stated that, “we are of the opinion that Iran is a rational actor.”  Such talk implies that we might be able to live with – and contain – a nuclear Iran. 
At the end of January, President Obama’s Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, acknowledged that Iran is pursuing nuclear “capabilities.”  But then he added that, “We do not know, however, if Iran will eventually decide to build nuclear weapons.”  Such talk implies that we might allow Iran to develop all of the parts of a nuclear bomb – the ‘capability” – so long as they stop short of actually putting these parts together. 
In response to such continuing confusion, a group of United States senators – led by Senators Lindsey Graham and Joseph Lieberman -- have introduced an important resolution.  This resolution rejects any policy that would rely upon efforts to contain a nuclear Iran.  And it states that it is in America’s “vital national interest” to prevent Iran from obtaining a “nuclear weapons capability.” 
This resolution has 36 co-sponsors.  That means that there are 64 senators who have not yet stepped forward to support this urgent clarification of U.S. policy.  This is where you can make a difference! Please click here now to send your senators an e-mail asking that they co-sponsor this important resolution
Time is short.  Opponents of this resolution are organizing to block it.  We need to speak out NOW in its support. 
With blessings to you and those you love,
Pastor John Hagee                  David Brog
National Chairman                   Executive Director
Christians United for Israel      
Christians United for Israel

Pray for Israel, please!
God protect Israel and Shalom!

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