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Sunday, August 25, 2019

Support the STOP THE BOMB campaign in Germany against the Iranian nuclear program

STOP THE BOMB! Cut off trade with the Iranian regime!

The nuclear program of the Islamic Republic of Iran has to be stopped. Its danger is increasing by the day. Iran's nuclear program is a grave threat to Israel's very existance, in fact to the entire Middle East, to Europe and to the Iranian people who are being brutally oppressed. STOP THE BOMB demands both economic and political sanctions against the Iranian regime which is controlled with iron fists by the islamist-mullahs and the revolutionary guards.  Of equal importance to sanctions is the support of the democratic opposition in Iran and in exile. Please help us by joining our organization. Read more  

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Day X Protest: No Red Carpet for Hassan Rouhani!

The German government plans to invite Hassan Rouhani, president of Iran's Islamist terror-regime, to Berlin. We say no to Rouhani: Under his presidency the number of executions are higher than in the last 20 years, according to the United Nations. The highest representatives of the regime repeatedly deny the Holocaust. Homosexuals are punished by death, women are oppressed, and dissidents are tortured and imprisoned. The threats to destroy Israel do not stop. In spite of all this, German chancellor Angela Merkel wants to receive Rouhani in Berlin. Meanwhile the Iranian regime funds international terrorism and leads an atrocious war in Syria. Hassan Rouhani is no moderate, but the grinning face of terror.





Federal President Steinmeier courts Islamist association IGS

Representatives of the IGS are invited for a reception with President Frank-Walter Steinmeier to the Schloss Bellevue. STOP THE BOMB protests against this invitation: The IGS has close connections to the Iranian regime. The chairman belongs to the "political-religious establishment" in Iran. Another leading member is considered to be a deputy of the Iranian leader Ali Chamenei in Germany. Read more



STOP THE BOMB demands political support for protesters in Iran

1 January 2018: "The nationwide protests against the Islamist mullah regime in Iran make it obvious that the Federal Government's Iran policy has reached a dead end. For decades, Germany’s Iran policy has supported an Islamist dictatorship that today can only be upheld with utmost violence against its own people. We demand an end of the collaboration with a terror spreading regime which is rejected internally and externally by the people of Iran and by Iran's neighbors. We expect clear political support of the demands for freedom and democracy in Iran."

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Banking-Forum for a Terror-Regime

Campaign STOP THE BOMB protests against "Banking and Business Forum Iran Europe"

The Hessian Minister of Economic Affairs Tarek Al-Wazir rolls out the red carpet for the banking lobby for business with Iran. STOP THE BOMB protests against the „Banking und Business Forum Iran Europe“ in Frankfurt. While Iran-backed militias fight in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, and Hezbollah commanders are preparing another war in Lebanon against Israel, German politicians aim to strengthen the regime with more trade. If you want to protest, you can write to the office of Tarek al-Wazir: petra.bergmann(at)wirtschaft.hessen(dot)de

Here you find STOP THE BOMB's press release.


Open letter to the German Government: No support for Islamist Organizations!

Here is the link to the open letter.


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Please support STOP THE BOMB with a donation.

Thank you for your contribution! Contributions help STOP THE BOMB cover overhead costs, maintain, upgrade and expand activities, public lectures and interventions. Every donation makes a big difference. Contributions can be designated for special project. Let us know.

Account holder: Mideast Freedom Forum Berlin, IBAN: DE75 1007 0024 0766 8866 00, BIC/Swift: DEUTDEDBBER. Reason for payment: "Stop the Bomb". For more information about donations, or to make a donation via paypal, click here.