The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Thursday, January 12, 2006

News for 01-11-06

01-11-06 - EU-3 foreign ministers to meet in Berlin over Iran nuclear crisis

01-11-06 - US tells Iran this time it may have gone too far

01-11-06 - Iran stands firm on its nuclear right despite sanctions risk

01-11-06 - UN appoints new Hariri probe head

01-11-06 - Iran Scoffs at Nuke Sanction Threat

01-11-06 - US goes back to Plan A in Iran nuclear row

01-11-06 - US threatens to take Syria to UN over Hariri murder inquiry US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice threatened new UN Security Council action against the Damascus government and said "The United States has grave and continuing concerns about Syria's destabilizing behavior and sponsorship of terrorism".

01-11-06 - Britain urges UN to consider action on Iran German Deputy Foreign Minister Gernot Erler said the "EU3" had no choice but to end talks with Iran unless it promised not to begin enriching uranium

01-11-06 - Israel demands swift Security Council referral for Iran

01-11-06 - Watchdog Says He Can't Probe Spy Plan The Justice Department's independent watchdog says it does not have jurisdiction to open an investigation into the legality of the Bush administration's domestic eavesdropping program.

01-11-06 - DeLay Tried, Failed to Aid Abramoff Client

01-11-06 - Abramoff and the Israeli Connection The "dirty rats" are Palestinians: according to fanatical Zionist ideologues like Abramoff, Ben-Zvi, and the "Christian" dispensationalists who make up the activist wing of the neoconized Republican Party ? e.g., Abramoff associate and former Christian Coalition leader Ralph Reed ? the Palestinian people are a subhuman species who must be ethnically cleansed from the Biblically defined land of Israel. All of the pieces of this website come together like a puzzle, the more you read the material herein.

01-11-06 - Leading candidates for high post in House are both strong on Israel DeLay was known for his affection for Israel and its settlement movement. Boehner and Blunt don't have the same closeness to Israel's right wing, but both men have records that please the pro-Israel community."Both have traveled to Israel, their voting records are very strong, both are great candidates," said an official of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, who asked not to be identified because it's AIPAC's policy not to comment on political races. George Washington is rolling in his grave.


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