In an imaginative effort to illustrate the potential dangers of the nuclear deal with Iran which is up for congressional approval in September, a viral video campaign has been launched depicting a mock crowdfunding video in which Iranian-backed terrorists ask for money to carry out terror attacks against the US.
In the YouTube clip released Monday by NGO Shurat Hadin, three suicide terrorists with "innovative" new ideas about attacks against America, including a plan to bomb the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, ask for funds from the American people to finance their attacks - "or you can just support the Iran nuclear deal," the lead terrorist says.
Shurat Hadin argues with the clip that by approving the Iran deal, the US Congress will allow 100 billion dollars to flow to Iran, which will then be used to fund their worldwide support for terror.
According to Shurat Hadin, the video garnered 90,000 views in the first 12 hours after its release.
Shurat Hadin President Nitsana Darshan-Leitner said that "the purpose of the campaign is to raise awareness of the huge prize going to be delivered by the US administration to the Iranian administration of terror. We are talking about 100 billion dollars which will be transferred to the Iranian government and will be used to finance and sponsorship of terrorist organizations and terrorist attacks. Incompetence and concessions taken by the US administration could cost the world a lot of blood and terror victims."
Shurat Hadin stated that the intention of the video was to "arouse a storm in the US," adding, "We have no choice, we must shock the system.”