Monday, August 06, 2012

Iran Set to Chair 120-Nation Nonaligned Movement

Another 'Believe it Or Not' Moment in International Diplomacy 

Astonishing as it may seem, Iran is about to assume from Egypt the chairmanship of the 120-nation Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).

The transition will take place in Tehran in three weeks.

Iran sees a golden opportunity for itself in "presiding" over this large bloc of nations.

For well over a decade, AJC has consistently called the world's attention to the true nature of the Iranian regime and its nuclear program. The organization's leaders and representatives have traveled the world repeatedly to engage in literally thousands of diplomatic meetings to address the global danger posed by Iran.

"We have used all the communications tools at our disposal, in multiple languages and countless countries, to do the same," says AJC Executive Director David Harris.

His blog on Iran and NAM represents part of that ongoing AJC effort.

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