Int'l Christian lawmakers vow to stop Iranian nukes

By MELANIE LIDMAN
October 3, 2012 23:46

 
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Dozens of parliamentarians from around the world gathered in Jerusalem on Wednesday to throw their support behind an effort to put pressure on their respective governments to stop the Iran from attaining nuclear weapons. The lawmakers signed a “Declaration of Solidarity” during the Chairman’s Conference of the International Israel Allies Caucus in Jerusalem, featuring leaders from the United States, Canada, Macedonia, South Africa, the European Union, and Brazil, among others.

“The Iranian regime with its developing arsenal of weapons of mass destruction and its stated goal of destroying Israel constitutes a clear and present danger to the existence of the State of Israel that must be opposed,” the Declaration of Solidarity States.


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