The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

News for 11-01-05

11-01-05 - Syrian Government Quietly Plans Next Move

11-01-05 - Syrians Insist, 'We Are Not Criminals'

11-01-05 - New faces, same policies on Bush team Hannah strongly supported Libby on pushing for the war with Iraq to topple Saddam Hussein and can be expected to maintain the same hawkish line as Libby in the looming confrontations with Iran and Syria. ...Hannah may now, therefore, find himself the new point man for the neo-conservatives in the Bush administration, replacing not only Libby but former Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz and Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith

11-01-05 - Heated day in D.C. leads to more prewar probes In a speech on the Senate floor, Reid said the American people and U.S. troops deserved to know the details of how the United States became engaged in the war, particularly in light of the indictment of I. Lewis ?Scooter? Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney?s former chief of staff

11-01-05 - Syria defiant but vows cooperation after UN resolution

11-01-05 - US troops shoot to kill shadows on Syria-Iraq border

11-01-05 - Syria Angrily Rejects U.N. Resolution

11-01-05 - UN probe 'can quiz key Syrians'

11-01-05 - Trial Could Pit Libby's Interests Against Bush's

11-01-05 - UN to designate January 27 as annual Holocaust day The General Assembly has often been accused of anti-Semitism and persistent concentration on the plight of Palestinians Palestinians ARE Semites.

11-01-05 - Syria's future in doubt Music to the neocons' ears.

11-01-05 - Forging the Case for War Ledeen, who had personal access to the National Security Council?s Condoleezza Rice and Stephen Hadley and was also a confidant of Vice President Cheney, was well placed to circumvent the obstruction coming from the CIA and State.
Speaking of Hadley, see his day-old speech to AIPAC here.

11-01-05 - After the Libby Indictment, the Press Is Acquitting Itself There?s now eagerness to blast the Bush administration for some aspects of false prewar propaganda -- while the newspaper continues to dodge its own crucial role in promoting that propaganda.

11-01-05 - Experts say US is losing war on terror

11-01-05 - US inspector general for Iraq paints 'grim' picture of reconstruction effort When planning began in mid-2002, Pentagon officials "were either unaware or chose to ignore" State Department assessments, and drew up a plan on their own

11-01-05 - Esther Pollard: Prison Website Release Story is a Distortion

11-01-05 - Shalom: Rome in Iran missile range Shalom also asked his Italian counterpart to stop the financing of Palestinian municipalities governed by Hamas members, and received a positive reply.

11-01-05 - Tehran subsidizes terrorists' families The B.S.-o-meter just broke.

11-01-05 - Washington sources say In the scandal that led last week to the indictment of Lewis Libby, U.S. Vice President Richard Cheney's chief of staff, there's a lesson to learn anew for Israel, which is so woven into the Washington experience that once again it is not a foreign body but a faction involved, for good and for bad, in American domestic struggles.


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