United Against Nuclear Iran

By Beau Ebenezer

United Against Nuclear Iran

December 6, 2012 Updated Dec 6, 2012 at 10:14 PM CDT

PEORIA Ill -- Corporations doing business in Iran may be contributing to the country's attempt to gain nuclear weapons.

The United Against Nuclear Iran campaign came to Bradley to address terrorist threats in the Middle East.

Mid-West Coordinator, Bob Feferman says their job is to make American citizens aware of terrorists threats and to act on them.

According to Feferman, many high profile corporations are providing Iran goods and services that are helping them gain nuclear weapons.

One example is the Swedish Telecom Company, Ericsson.

"We have approached the leadership of Ericsson and asked them to end their business in Iran but we need the support of Americans and anyone with a computer can go onto our website, click and send messages to this company and others that we target through our campaigns," said United Against Nuclear Iran Coordinator, Bob Feferman.

Some other corporations, United Against Nuclear Iran is targeting include, Nissan, Mazda, Samsung, and LG.

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