A Quaker Lobby in the Public Interest
For more a decade, FCNL has advocated for improved U.S.-Iran relations. Our priority is to see the U.S. government engage in the diplomacy that will help bring Iran back into the fold of the international community and prevent the country from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Kate talks about this strong showing of congressional support, for diplomacy and why you should ask 10 more people to lobby for diplomacy between now and the end of June.
A majority of Americans support direct nuclear negotiations with Iran because they are the single most promising guarantee that Iran will not obtain a nuclear weapon — a goal that all sides can agree is imperative to maintaining international peace and security.
I've gotten lots of calls and messages from many of you asking me FCNL's position on the new version of the Corker bill on Iran after it passed unanimously in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this week.
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Check out the military leaders and other U.S. and Israeli security experts from across the political spectrum who have come out in support of multi-lateral diplomatic negotiations with Iran over their nuclear program.
FCNL Statement of Legislative Policy
"We support active non-violent responses to prevent or transform violent conflict at all levels.
The cycles of violence perpetuated by acts of terror and the armed overthrow of governments serve as warning against the use of force, while the examples of nonviolent movements for change provide concrete alternatives.”