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February 26, 2015 Statement on Iranian Nuclear Threat

With just over a month until the deadline to reach a political framework agreement, we have released the following statement which expresses our view on the Iranian nuclear threat. Please click HERE to read our statement

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September 23, 2014 UNGA Press Conference

On September 23, 2014, we joined with the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York and UJA-Federation of New York at a press conference to call on world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly to confront the widespread rise of terrorism in the Middle East by both terrorist organizations and state sponsors of terror, [&hellip

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September 18, 2014 Statement on New York Talks

On September 18, 2014, Iran and representatives from the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China met here in New York to continue their talks in search of a comprehensive nuclear deal before the deadline on November 24, 2014. Please click HERE to read our statement about this latest round of talks

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Correspondence with President Obama

Several months ago, we sent a letter to President Obama to express our concern about the threat that Iran poses to the world. You can read both our letter to President Obama here and then click here to read President Obama’s response

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Statement on the November 24, 2013 Geneva Interim Agreement

We have released our statement on the November 24, 2013 Geneva interim agreement on the Iranian nuclear program between Iran and the P5+1. Click here to read the full statement

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Cyber Security and the Iranian Threat

If you follow the Iranian regime’s bad behavior, which we know you do, you are well aware that it is very active in cyberspace. As we’ve discussed in the past this activity is usually focused on suppressing domestic dissent, censoring the domestic media, and denying Iranians access to the world wide web. What has been less well [&hellip

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Fun with Photoshop

The Iranian regime has been caught putting out another doctored picture, this time of its new fighter jet. The jet, which was made public last week, probably can’t actually fly. But that hasn’t stopped a young IRGC member with Adobe photoshop from pretending it can! See the picture below: Jonathan Jones, writing in The Guardian, [&hellip

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Iran, Africa, and the Small Arms Trade

Armin Rosen writes today in The Atlantic about a recent headline grabbing study by Conflict Armament Research. The study is focused on the Iranian regime’s role in supplying ammunition and various small arms to Africa. As the report indicates, and Rosen relates, Iranian arms are likely reaching far flung conflicts on the continent via a pipeline that leads [&hellip

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