Thursday, September 2, 2010

Iranq180 Web Site

Here is a Web site you will all like: Iran180.

This declaration will be presented outside the UN on September 23, when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addresses the General Assembly.

Demand a 180 for Iran!

As Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrives in NYC at the UN's General Assembly on September 23, let's send a "message to Mahmoud!". He and his army violently crushed the Twitter Revolution and continue to perpetrate horrific human rights abuses while pursuing deadly nuclear weapons.

Now more than ever, it's time to stand up and voice support for a new direction: yes to human rights, no to nuclear rights.

What's a 180 for Iran?

A 180 is Human Rights: A 180 is being able to wear makeup. A 180 is being able to hold hands in public. A 180 is being able to read any book. 180 is a country in which young women are not struck down by stones after being accused of adultery.

A 180 is Political Rights: A 180 is fair elections in which every vote counts. A 180 is freedom of the press. A 180 is innocent until proven guilty. A 180 is a life without terror. A 180 is the ability to love freely, without fear. A 180 is equal rights for women. A 180 is speaking truth to power. A 180 is religious freedom for all – not just the majority.

A 180 is Freedom from Fear: A 180 is a world in which madmen do not possess nuclear weapons which threaten America and our friends. A 180 is when we stand together and say "enough."

Join Iran180, and raise your voice in support of a new direction.
Iran180: Human Rights. Not Nuclear Rights.

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