Hello, My name is Holly and I was born from an Iranian mother and an American father. Currently I\'ve been living in Iran for the past seven years of my adolescent life. I can say as an American Iran is not what it seems. At first I detested it profoundly, but now I\'ve grown to love the country and I\'m proud to say part of me is Iranian. Like many of you, I\'ve been watching the news non-stop about the atomic energy contraversy that Iran is facing currently. I frankily don\'t like the way things have been going, and how the United States decides to control every prospect of the world as if it was their own business-which it is not. They should be taking care of the victims of the Katrina disaster; but I\'m not here to talk about that. As a student majoring in International Relations, I feel that as a country Iran should be able to obtain atomic energy like the 90 other countries who are trying to such as Israel, India, the United States, and so on. This is a country\'s right and if other countries can have it, why can\'t Iran We are no different, just because one western country labels us as terrorists doesn\'t mean we are. I thought I\'d write this petition incase things get grave with Iran, and the United States plans to hold military sactions against the country. By signing this petition you agree that the United States should NOT hold military sactions against Iran. Also you share the idea that Iran deserves to have atomic energy like many other countries in the world. This petition will be mailed to the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and to the White House in Washington D.C. by May 12th, 2006. If you support my effort, please add your signature below. P.S. Please include your FIRST AND LAST name in this petition... Thank you!
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Arash Kadkhodaei, United States2 years ago Comments: -
Stefan Camilleri, Australia5 years ago Comments: YESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYES
3PIDEH The Enemy, Iran, Islamic Republic of6 years ago Comments: i agree with holly were not different
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