The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Friday, August 12, 2005

News for 08-11-05

08-11-05 - Iran says no to UN call to halt nuclear fuel work

08-11-05 - Iran leader to be granted US visa President George Bush has said Iran's new President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be allowed into the US to attend a UN meeting in New York next month.

08-11-05 - UN watchdog calls on Iran to halt nuclear fuel work; Iran says no

08-11-05 - Envoys: Iran Faces Sept. Deadline on Nukes

08-11-05 - Cheney's Man Slated to Replace Feith A career diplomat and foreign policy operative, Eric S. Edelman has just replaced the controversial Douglas Feith at the Pentagon as the new undersecretary of defense for policy, having been appointed by President Bush during a congressional recess. Feith replaced by yet another neocon. Bad news for America.

08-11-05 - Canadian sent to Syria sues US over rendition policy The New York Times reported that the government lawyers also argued that "foreign citizens who change planes at airports in the United States can legally be seized, detained without charges, deprived of access to a lawyer or the courts, and even denied basic necessities like food ..."

08-11-05 - Iraq Investigates Weapons Allegations

08-11-05 - Mom's war protest gains momentum

08-11-05 - The Real AIPAC Spy Ring Story as the Jewish weekly The Forward reported earlier this year. Americans don't like the sight of their elected officials pocketing campaign cash from foreign governments, and AIPAC fears being forced to register formally as a lobbyist for Israel would thus diminish their clout on Capitol Hill

08-11-05 - Stones target 'hypocrite' patriots in new song


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