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June 4, 2015 1:10 pm

An Indian Answer to the Iranian Nuclear Threat

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The Iranian nuclear program's heavy-water reactor at Arak. The IAEA said a probe in allegations that Iran is working on atomic arms is still stalled. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

The Iranian nuclear program’s heavy-water reactor at Arak. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

President Obama’s efforts to sign a nuclear deal with Iran have sparked an outcry from other countries to a point where foes are now becoming friends. Saudi Arabia and many of the Arab nations are fearful of a nuclear Iran. They should be, because its leaders have openly declared their desire to conquer, and their willingness to use nuclear weaponry to combat their foes.

Given the history of Iran funding global terrorists such as Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, and many more over the years, world leaders are left wondering just what is going through President Obama’s mind when it comes to pushing this deal. Iran has been vocal about their opposition to the existence of Israel (one of the strongest and most reliable allies to the U.S.). Any deal with Iran that allows it to have nuclear capabilities is tantamount to putting a gun in the hands of a killer. You just know it will be used.

There is an Indian Christian religious leader, Dr. Kilari Anand Paul – the President of the Global Peace Initiative, who is asking foes to join hands in support of Israel and against Iran. K.A. Paul was called “the most popular evangelical minister” by The New Republic Magazine, after he counseled Liberia’s Dictator Charles Taylor into stepping down, and convinced Haitian Rebel Leader Guy Philippe to lay down his arms. He has gathered a coalition of world leaders and religious figures in an effort to stop the United States from signing a nuclear deal with Iran.

While the clock is ticking for an agreement to be finalized between the United States and Iran, Dr. Paul, along with religious leaders representing Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, and others, as well as leaders from Sudan and the Arab led Gulf Cooperation Council have come together to stop a nuclear deal with Iran. Remarkably, Paul is billing this quest as a drive to save Israel and the Middle East, and he seemingly has support.

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Dr. Paul and the leaders will gather in New Delhi on Thursday to announce this coalition, and from there he plans to organize rallies in front of U.S. embassies across the globe.

Leaders such as Swami Parmatmanand Saraswati of Hindu Dharm Acharya Sabha; Pandit NK Sharma, the President of the Universal Association for Spiritual Awareness; and Qari Mohammad Mian Mazhari, the Chairman of the Islamic Council of India, will join Dr. Paul to make this global call and ask President Obama to stop the deal.

Dr. Paul recently traveled to Sudan to enlist support for his plan to save Israel. He addressed the parliament of Sudan, and has advised Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir. He claims to have Bashir’s support. The members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are also supporting this new mission to save the Middle East and oppose the U.S./Iran deal.

Paul, a native of India, said, “Any deal that allows Iran to have nuclear capabilities will only cause wars and death.” The hope of this global coalition is to ensure security in the Middle East.

President Obama might think this deal with Iran will help stabilize relations between the two countries, but what could this agreement mean for Israel? Will someone from Iran share the nuclear plans with terrorists? Dr. Paul is hoping that his message, and Save Israel, Save The Middle East will help get the message across to President Obama. As time passes, Paul says that the President must consider the larger picture rather than just the legacy he believes he will secure for himself.

Ronn Torossian is one of America’s most prolific and respected public relations experts. Torossian is the Founder, President and CEO of 5W Public Relations, one of the 25 largest independent American PR firms, which was named PR Agency of the Year by the American Business Awards. He is the best-selling author of “For Immediate Release: Shape Minds, Build Brands, and Deliver Results with Game-Changing Public Relations,” a book known as an industry “must read.” Torossian is a featured op-ed columnist for The Huffington Post, Newsmax, Wired Magazine and others. He is the recipient of multiple awards, including PR Executive of the Year and is a past semi-finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young. Torossian lives in Manhattan with his wife and children. Connect with him on Google+ and Twitter.

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  • FELIX

    BLESSED BE THIS WISE HINDU !!!

    • shloime

      iran’s nuclear programme isn’t just a threat to israel, and framing it that way is a mistake.

      iran has no “right” to build nuclear weapons, and obama’s much-ballyhooed “agreement” would legitimize and protect their nuclear facilities, built in violation of international treaties. the un security council imposed sanctions on iran to dismantle uranium enrichment and plutonium production, halt ballistic missile development, and stop support of terrorism. obama is 0 for 3.

      iran’s rhetoric targets israel as the “little satan”, but they are just as hostile to the “great satan”, america. and iran’s satellite launching capability is already capable of hitting the continental usa (or any other point on earth). as the gulf states already know, iran is a threat to every country, and not just to israel.

      this campaign should be to “save iran, save the world”, from the evil schemings of the apocalyptic mullahs.

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