Downtown Miami

‘No nukes for Iran’ rally to be held at Torch of Friendship Sunday afternoon

In this file photo from Jan. 10, 2008, Ed Warmoth, Executive Director of Builders of Zion and his wife Sandra, International Relations Director of the same group hold rally with Shalom International, Coalition to Defend Jerusalem and other groups to oppose of surrender Jewish lands and for unification of Jerusalem at “Torch of Friendship.” Shalom International is planning protests at the same location Sunday and Tuesday to condemn the current talks between Iran and the United States over Iran’s nuclear program.
In this file photo from Jan. 10, 2008, Ed Warmoth, Executive Director of Builders of Zion and his wife Sandra, International Relations Director of the same group hold rally with Shalom International, Coalition to Defend Jerusalem and other groups to oppose of surrender Jewish lands and for unification of Jerusalem at “Torch of Friendship.” Shalom International is planning protests at the same location Sunday and Tuesday to condemn the current talks between Iran and the United States over Iran’s nuclear program. FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

Shalom International will hold a ‘No Nukes for Iran’ rally Sunday at 3 p.m. in front of the Torch of Friendship in downtown Miami.

The group will rally again on Tuesday, March 31, the last day of the talks between the United States and Iran over Iran’s nuclear program. The second rally will take place at 5 p.m. at the Fort Lauderdale federal courthouse on Third Avenue and Broward Boulevard.

Israel and the United States have been in a dispute over the emerging nuclear deal with Iran.

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