The Film Iran's Leaders Don't Want You to See

February 1, 2011
Danielle Flaum is a senior at Millburn High School in Millburn, New Jersey and the founder and chair of No Nukes for Iran.

On February 8, 2011, Iranium, a new documentary film addressing the dangers posed by a nuclear Iran to the United States and the international community will be released.

Iranium's nationwide launch event includes premiere screenings at select AMC Theaters and community centers in over 20 cities nationwide including Washington, D.C., New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, Miami, Atlanta, San Antonio, Tucson, and Minneapolis.

The film focuses on educating Americans about the dangers we face if Iran acquires nuclear weapons. Americans must be properly informed if we expect policymakers to enact appropriate policies. We encourage all concerned Americans to attend the film and to educate others about the nature of the Iranian regime and its stated intentions for America and the international community.

I urge you to go to to learn more about the film and to find a showing near your home. To watch the trailer click here.

To purchase a copy of the movie on DVD please email me at This is a great film to show to your youth groups and Hebrew high programs, as well as congregational meetings.

This is the most critical issue facing Israel and the global community, we must continue to arm ourselves with education.

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