The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Thursday, September 08, 2005

News for 09-07-05

09-07-05 - Radiological materials not secured for months after Iraq invasion: report The US Defense Department failed to secure sources of radiological material in Iraq for six months after the US invasion in 2003, during which period some were looted or scattered, a congressional watchdog said

09-07-05 - EU wants UN to take up Iran nuclear issue: Germany Russia, which is helping build a nuclear plant in Iran, said on Monday it opposed reporting Tehran to the council. It has a veto on the council and could block any move to sanctions.

09-07-05 - US gives visa for Iranian president to attend UN assembly

09-07-05 - Syria's Assad will not attend UN summit the same newspapers later said Assad, whose country is under unilateral US sanctions, had changed his mind following US unhappiness over his coming to New York

09-07-05 - U.S. Rejects Iranian Offer to Send Oil

09-07-05 - Jerusalem Hoping To See Wish List In U.N. Reforms the Bush administration and Congress have endorsed many of the changes advocated by Israel, chief among them the elimination of several U.N. entities dedicated to advancing the Palestinian cause, the reduction of many anti-Israel resolutions adopted by the G.A., the removal of any barriers blocking Israel's ability to join U.N. bodies, the adoption of a new definition of terrorism and the overhaul of the U.N.'s Human Rights Commission.
It's exactly as I had said on these pages, Bolton and his reform initiative are for ISRAEL.

09-07-05 - Summer is over for America by Patrick J. Buchanan

09-07-05 - Costello fears US hurricane may cause Iraq fallout

09-07-05 - The Bolton backfire: Weaken UN, imperil Americans

09-07-05 - Gulf bloc wants Israel out of West Bank The statement was adopted by the foreign ministers of the six GCC members -- Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

09-07-05 - Survey: Europeans Upset With U.S. Policy President Bush continues to be deeply unpopular: 72 percent of Europeans disapprove of his foreign policies and almost 60 percent see U.S. leadership in his hands as a bad thing

09-07-05 - For Israel Supporters, U.N. Reform Carries Risks, Potential Reward "From Israel's perspective, it needs urgent, dramatic and very serious overhaul," You don't say?...


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