New App Warns Senators of Iran's Murderous Plans

New app lets US constituents demand their representatives prevent terror money from reaching Iran.

Orly Harari ,

Smartphone (illustration)
Smartphone (illustration)
Israel news photo: Flash 90

Until now, US citizens have relied on e-mail to contact their representatives in Congress, without any guarantee that the messages are received or answered.

Now, however, there is another option: a new phone app from the legal organization Shurat Hadin allows users to get in touch using the most direct tools available, including Twitter and Whatsapp.

The new product was created as part of the effort to prevent the US from unfreezing Iranian governmental account before the international nuclear agreement comes into effect. The total sum in question is about $100 billion, and many fear that it will be used to support terror organizations.

The app follows the viral video that Shurat Hadin launched last week, which has already received half a million hits on Facebook and Youtube. The video depicts a crowdfunding campaign in which three terrorists ask the American public to approve the nuclear deal so that Iran can receive $100 billion to carry out terror attacks. At the moment, the app is only available for Android phones.

"It is up to every citizen of Israel, the US, and free countries around the world to use the application and demand that their senators refuse to give Iran the promised billions," warned Shurat Hadin founder Nitsana Darshan-Leitner. "Today [Supreme Leader Ayatolla] Khamenei said, 'Israel will not exist in another 25 years, and we will make certain that it will not have a quiet moment until then.' We must ensure that the US does not fund Iran's terror industry. We must prevent the next murder."