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The historic nuclear agreement with Iran is a verifiable deal to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran and a devastating war.

Who supports the Iran deal?

Everyday Americans, foreign policy experts, and civil society organizations support the Iran Deal.

Over the last two years, over 170 Members of Congress have made statements supporting diplomacy with Iran.

75% of Democrats, 60% of Jewish Americans, and 54% of all Americans support the deal.

60 nuclear security experts, 340 Rabbis, 5 former Ambassadors to Israel, 29 top U.S. scientists, over 100 former U.S. ambassadors, over 500 Iranian Americans, and 36 retired Generals and Admirals signed onto letters endorsing the deal. 

What is the Iran deal?

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action offers an unprecedented opportunity for lasting peace. This deal seals off Tehran’s potential pathways to a nuclear weapon and subjects Iran to a robust transparency and inspection regime. The world is safer with the Iran deal than without it. Click here to read FCNL’s factsheet on the deal. Click here to visit the White House’s guide to the Iran deal.

Who opposes the Iran deal?

The architects of the Iraq war, people like Amb. John Bolton and Bill Kristol, are leading the fight to kill the Iran deal.

Opponents of the deal are spending over $40 million on advertising campaigns to kill the Iran deal.

Political bickering and misinformation from critics has muddled the debate over the Iran nuclear deal. Click here to read the Arms Control Association’s article debunking opponents’ arguments. Click here to read the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation’s factsheet addressing the myths and facts of the Iran deal. 

How can you support the Iran deal?

Click here to sign our petition saying thank you to the U.S. Senate for choosing diplomacy.

Click here to share our infographic on the deal (below).

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