The Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations, consisting of organizations and affiliates all over the United States and Canada, take the position that any action taken against Iraq should be based on a decision by the United Nations after a careful review of the evidence that Iraq constitutes a threat, and no action should be taken unilaterally by the United States.

If the United States determines that Iraq does possess weapons of mass destruction, and constitutes a threat to the world, we should support the United Nations' demand for the return of weapon inspectors without restrictions or preconditions. If Iraq refuses, then it is up to the United Nations to decide what must be done or whether a military operation is necessary.