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That this House is deeply concerned at the prospect of war with Iran; is appalled at the naval military build-up in the Persian Gulf and the danger that this may spark a conflict with enormous consequences and loss of life; calls for renewed dialogue with Iran, an end to overt and covert military threats and support for a nuclear-free Middle East as called for by the 2010 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference; and welcomes the Stop the War demonstration outside the US Embassy on 28 January 2012 as an opportunity for ordinary people to express their thirst for peace.
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leave out from `Iran' to end and add `notes that Iran is on the threshold of having a nuclear bomb, which would threaten the Gulf states and Israel; further notes that Iran has threatened to block the Strait of Hormuz, causing disruption in the world supply of oil; further notes that Iran is the Soviet Union of the Middle East, supporting and funding terrorism and repressing dissent at home; and urges that NATO does not rule out military action as a last resort if Iran refuses to stop building a nuclear bomb.'.
Total number of signatures: 2
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