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Berim and Win Without War

June 1, 2015,

To Members of Berim:

After two years of working diligently to support peace and diplomacy with Iran and to avoid another senseless war in the Middle East, it is apparent that as a movement, our core values are justice, equality, and peaceful conflict resolution – are values that transcend national boundaries.

Unfortunately, the knee-jerk reaction on the part of some to resort to aggression to supposedly ‘resolve’ any conflict will not go away.  That’s why we’re incredibly excited to announce that we are merging with Win Without War – one of our long time partners and an incredible organization committed to spearheading foreign policy that’s in line with the values of everyday people like you and me.

This merger will make sure that the power of all each of every one of you, united, can be applied in support of sane and peaceful foreign policy moving forward and beyond Iran.

Thank you for being the kind of person that isn’t afraid to stand up for what you believe in. Your courage will help light the path for others to do the same, be it with foreign policy or other issues that inspire them. In the end, that’s how all change happens.

Yours, with so much gratitude for the opportunity to march beside you,

– Sara on behalf of the Berim.org team.

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