The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Thursday, January 26, 2006

News for 01-25-06

01-25-06 - Iran Blames Bombings on U.S., Britain

01-25-06 - Nuclear dispute, purge to hit EU exports to Iran European Union diplomats said other EU states could expect sales of their wares to the Islamic republic to plummet too as Tehran stepped up its punishment of countries that oppose its plans to develop a full-scale nuclear programme.

01-25-06 - Many in Congress Hawkish on Iran AIPAC has our Congress in their back pocket.

01-25-06 - US Orders Syria to Do the Impossible Bolton is Bush's unconfirmed ambassador to the United Nations. Bolton, a neoconservative warmonger, has managed to get the UN Security Council on Jan. 23 to instruct Syria to disband and disarm the Lebanese militias. He most certainly is not our ambassador. For I have not seen him do a thing for America. All Bolton has done, is shill for Israel.

01-25-06 - Russia plan may resolve Iran nuclear row: Straw

01-25-06 - Iran Welcomes Russian Nuke Offer "Our view of this offer is positive, and we tried to bring the positions of the sides closer," Larijani said a day after talks with Russian Security Council chief Igor Ivanov, which included discussion of the plan.

01-25-06 - US watchdog says millions wasted in Iraq reconstruction

01-25-06 - UN sending legal experts to help Lebanon in Hariri murder probe

01-25-06 - US has military options against Iran - but also risks backlash the United States had "no way of predicting the long-term strategic impact of such a strike Get ready to pay astronomical prices at the gas pump to protect 'our ally'.

01-25-06 - Bush's Dilemma: Iran vs. Israel by Patrick J. Buchanan In short, if Bush does not confront Iran on the nuclear issue with sanctions or air strikes, he may find himself confronted by Israelis and their U.S. auxiliaries

01-25-06 - Iran ready to send 'investigators' to Nazi death camps Iran says it is willing to send a team of "independent investigators" to visit former Nazi deaths camps across Europe -- but not President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who has described the Holocaust as a "myth".

01-25-06 - Senators Say Ethics Beyond Lobbying Reform lobbyists and those who sponsor trips for lawmakers warned against overreacting to the headlines on the influence peddling activities of Jack Abramoff. In particular, they said, banning all privately funded travel could isolate lawmakers from the knowledge they need to write law. AIPACers scared American interests might actually be put on top for a change.

01-25-06 - Sentence in Franklin case sends chill through free-speech community Malcolm Hoenlein, executive vice chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, told the Jerusalem Post that the climate in Washington was "unacceptable." That "two patriotic American citizens who are working for Jewish organizations who did nothing to violate American security should have to stand trial and be subject to the public scrutiny and public humiliation, frankly I find very disturbing, and a matter that we all have to look at in a much more serious way," Some people feel that they are above the law. It looks like the law just him square in the ass, rightly so.

01-25-06 - Israel-Egypt Trade Soars on U.S. Deal Israel-Egypt Trade Soars, Thanks to United States Deal


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