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Monday, October 23, 2006

From the Ceasefire Campaign

Dear Friends,

North Korea's nuclear test last week showed that policies of
isolation and threats of regime change will not prevent the spread of
nuclear weapons. We need to act quickly, before the Bush
Administration makes the same mistakes in Iran. The UN Security
Council is scheduled to discuss sanctions on Iran this week, making
it critical to get as many people as possible involved in this
campaign over the next few days, while world leaders are debating
their options. Click below to send a message to President Bush,
calling on the US to enter direct negotiations with Iran:

www.CeasefireCampaign.org

The last thing the world needs is a global nuclear arms race, so
let's seize this moment to show the Bush Administration that the
world has a stake in resolving things with Iran peacefully ­ and will
hold him accountable.

Talks between the US and Iran won't guarantee a solution to the
nuclear problem, but no talks will guarantee failure. There is no
military solution to this issue, and President Bush's aggressive
policies have begun to spark a global nuclear arms race, as countries
rush to build nuclear weapons. There have been several calls, even
from prominent members of Bush's own Republican Party, to change
course. Join this rising chorus by clicking below:

www.CeasefireCampaign.org

The Bush Administration is starting to learn that it ignores global
public opinion at its peril. Let's send a strong message to President
Bush ­forward this email to your friends and family, and encourage
them to help prevent the nightmare of a new global nuclear arms race
from becoming reality.

Thanks!



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