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Rally to Support Iran Deal Past

Saturday, Aug 15, 2015 ,
6:30 PM
- Turin, Italy

Free Event

Peace is not the absence of conflict,
It is the ability to cope with conflict by peaceful means.

As you heard it recently, we reached a comprehensive plan on the subject of practical and attainable peace, a peace based not on a sudden revolution in human nature, but on a gradual evolution in human institutions.
Iran's deal builds upon the tradition of strong, principled policy diplomacy and We are going to support it,
a peaceful resolution
a diplomatic one.

Join us Saturday, August 15, in Piazza Castello-Soldiers.
We will gather, hold signs, make a photo shoot campaign, and send them to be later compiled into a global video with Iranians across the world. so strictly suggested to bring your smiles. :)
Don't forget to wear bright colors(red/white/green).
Invite as much as friends and peace-lovers.


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