The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

News for 11-14-05

11-14-05 - U.S. Operation Near Syria Kills 37

11-14-05 - The crisis of the GOP by Patrick J. Buchanan What killed the first Bush presidency and is ruining the second is the abandonment of Reaganism and embrace of the twin heresies of neoconservatism and Big Government Conservatism, as preached by the ideologues at the Weekly Standard and the Wall Street Journal.

11-14-05 - US refuses to rule out use of torture The comment, by US national security adviser Stephen Hadley

11-14-05 - Thousands mourn Syrian producer He died two days after suicide bombers hit his hotel, killing 57 people. His daughter Rima Akkad Monla, also died.

11-14-05 - 'I treated people who had their skin melted'

11-14-05 - Iran lends support to Syria over US pressure Both Syria and Iran accuse the United States of seeking to force regional backing for its policies that aim at furthering Israeli interests at the expense of Arabs and Muslims.

11-14-05 - Palestinians condemn arrest of militia leaders "We never and will never trust the UN and its Security Council as long as the implementation of international resolutions are subject to double standards and are fabricated to serve the U.S. and Zionist interests," he said.

11-14-05 - Baffled by triple hotel blasts, Jordanians harden views against al-Zarqawi Most of those killed in the triple hotel bombings were Arabs and Muslims ? and the targets included a Jordanian-Palestinian wedding reception.

11-14-05 - Ahmed Chalabi's excellent adventure Mr. Chalabi was in Washington, hosted by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley. Not surprisingly, Hadley is a neocon.

11-14-05 - Bush's vision fails to win over Middle East Her veiled threats against Syria may have reinforced fears that the US will again resort to force if it does not get its way

11-14-05 - Don't Blame the Italians "If the objective was to make money, it's curious that the documents were dumped on Panorama after the request for a payment was refused."

11-14-05 - Who Needs Syria? No One Does Real, effective pressure on Assad would also benefit Israel because it would surely take the Golan Heights out of play as a bargaining chip in any road map negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.

11-14-05 - Groom to Remember a Wedding Day of Carnage

11-14-05 - Rice visits Jordan to show solidarity Rice had no condolences for the 27 Palestinians killed in those bombings?...

11-14-05 - Israel to launch spy satellite from India If all goes according to plan Israel will have the advantage of being able to monitor enemy countries like Iran and Syria.


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