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Protest against the trip to Iran of German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel / Against the nuclear deal with Iran

 
Friday, July 17, 2015, 5 p.m.
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
Scharnhorststr. / Ecke Invalidenstraße, 10115 Berlin


German Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel has announced a trip to Iran starting this Sunday. He will be accompanied by a high-ranking delegation of German entrepreneurs. The campaign STOP THE BOMB calls for the cancellation of this trip.

STOP THE BOMB spokeswoman Ulrike Becker explains: "70 years after the end of the Shoah, German companies and the Federal Government are in the front row organizing business deals with the anti-Semitic Iranian regime. Representatives of the regime have repeatedly threatened Israel with destruction, even during the negotiations - most recently during the anti-Semitic Quds march. The journey of Sigmar Gabriel and German business representatives must therefore be canceled."

Stephan Grigat, research director of STOP THE BOMB: "Billions of Euros will flow to the regime in Tehran as a result of the nuclear deal. Iran’s support for terrorism, for groups such as Hezbollah or Hamas will get new proportions as well as Iran’s expansion in the Arab world. The terror against the Iranian population is not declining, on the contrary: Under the supposedly ‘moderate’ president Hassan Rohani significantly more people have been executed than under his predecessor Ahmadinejad ".

Protest rally: Friday, 17/07/2015, 5.00 p.m.
Federal Ministry of Economy and Energy

Scharnhorststr. / Corner Invalidenstraße, 10115 Berlin

No deals with the Iranian Regime - Stop the trip of Sigmar Gabriel to Iran!


Supported by:

Antifascist Berlin Alliance against the Al Quds-Day
Green Party of Iran
Grüne Jugend Bundesvorstand
Jusos Berlin
Redaktion haOlam.de / ADC Bildungswerk e.V.
STOP THE BOMB

Media

STOP THE BOMB: Protest against Iran trip of German Vice Chancellor Gabriel (July 16, 2015)

Jerusalem Post: German-Iran business ties complicate relations with Israel (July 16, 2015)

Süddeutsche Zeitung: Der Minister als Türöffner (July 19, 2015)

Bild online: Vergessen Sie nicht, wen das Regime auf dem Gewissen hat (July 19, 2015)

Bild online: Herr Gabriel, wissen Sie, wem Sie die Hand geben? (July 19, 2015)