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No to war with Iran!

No to war with Iran!

Today, Monday, 6 August 2012 at 19:00, we will demonstrate outside the Defense Ministry, with the call: Do not bomb. Talk.
Rather than continuing the rhetoric of intimidation, it is time that the State of Israel will agree to join the regional talks, due to be held later this year in Helsinki, where Iran will participate.
Monday is also the anniversary of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima. On this day, the call is made all over the world read: No more Hiroshima, No more Nagasaki!
We join this call and add: the safest way to end the nuclear arms race in the Middle East is to make the Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction.
No attack on Iran. Yes to dialogue!


The Israeli Committee for Mordechai Vanunu
And for a Middle East free of Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Arms

On 6 August 1945, an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima.
Today, Monday, 6 August 2012, at 19.00 we will demonstrate outside the Defense Ministry on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv, We will call for the dismantling of Israel's nuclear weapons as part of a controlled process of making the whole Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction. We will call for closure of the the old and dangerous nuclear reactor in in Dimona. We will warn the government not to be tempted into the adventure of a war with Iran, whose consequences might be disastrous.

Also, we will call for cessation of the abuse of Mordechai Vanunu, and demand that he be allowed o leave Israel and start a new life.
All those who aspire to a life which is not overshadowed by a nuclear mushroom are called upon to take part in the demonstration.

The Israeli Committee for a Middle East
East free of Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Arms.


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