Do you want your bank doing business in Iran?

May 29
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NCRI
Saturday, 28 May 2016

Iran's regime is applying pressure to force banks to invest in the regime as a result of the nuclear deal, but sanctions against terrorism and human rights violations still exist that prevent banks from doing business in Iran. Do you want your bank providing financial services to the Iranian regime?

Financial institutions need to stand firm and not help the Iranian regime conduct business using their systems unless Iran changes its extremist ways.

Stand up for human rights!

#No2Rouhani

#FreeIran

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