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Tuesday, July 01, 2008

DFATucson July 2008 Meeting

Wednesday , July 9th, 7-9pm
DFATucson Monthly Meeting, (2nd Wed. of every month)
City of Tucson Ward 6 Office, 3202 E 1st St.

(One block south of Speedway on Country Club, turn east onto 1st St to address)

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On June 21st DFA Tucson organized a seminar titled Iran Attack: the Downside and the Downside.

This session was held on an urgent basis with Dick Eaton, Prof. of History, UofA, expert on Iran and south Asia, Ret. Brig. Gen John Adams, Mike Bryan as moderator, and Dr. Rick Graap reviewing the medical consequences of an attack on the underground nuclear facilities at Natanz and Isfahan. The videotape is just out and we will show the one hour and 20 minute in-depth discussion which DFA-Tucson hopes to distribute widely.

Everyone is welcome and much needed! You will see an excellent and pungent discussion of the lunacy of an Iran attack, not to speak of the consequences which will be well outlined.

Al Baradei of the IAEA already predicted three: He will resign as head of the IAEA, the Middle East will become a firestorm, and Iran will proceed full-speed ahead with nuclear weapons development.



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