The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

News for 01-30-06

01-30-06 - Straw says Iran to be sent to UN

01-30-06 - Political row erupts as ExxonMobil posts record profit IS YOUR BLOOD BOILING YET, AMERICA?

01-30-06 - Iran's answer on nuclear dispute not good enough: Rice

01-30-06 - New Patriot Act Provision Creates Tighter Barrier to Officials at Public Events A new provision tucked into the Patriot Act bill now before Congress would allow authorities to haul demonstrators at any "special event of national significance" away to jail on felony charges if they are caught breaching a security perimeter.

01-30-06 - Permanent five say IAEA must report Iran to U.N.

01-30-06 - Iran lets UN inspectors see Lavisan ex-atomic site Iran has allowed U.N. nuclear inspectors to check equipment from a former military site in an apparent effort to avert a crackdown by the U.N. atomic watchdog (IAEA) this week, a senior diplomat said on Monday.

01-30-06 - Iran Says Talks, Not Threats, Are Key

01-30-06 - Polls Find Bush, Congress Tarnished Over Lobbying, Integrity

01-30-06 - Official Warned Abramoff, Filing Alleges

01-30-06 - US and EU try to convince Russia on Iranian nuclear program

01-30-06 - Democracy is like a box a chocolates

01-30-06 - Does Democracy Boulevard Lead to Islamism? by Patrick J. Buchanan The neoconservatives who dreamed up the Bush Doctrine ? promoting "democracy" would be the U.S. mission in the Middle East ? may be about to hold yet another "Seconds Thoughts" conference.

01-30-06 - US urges Arab states to fund Palestinians after Hamas victory The US plea to the Arab world is because it does not want the West Bank and Gaza to descend into chaos as a result of choking off aid. It also fears that if it stops funding the Palestinians, countries such as Iran or Syria could step into the breach, enhancing their image in the Islamic world just as Washington seeks to isolate them.

01-30-06 - Bush Opposes Palestinian Gov't With Hamas Whatever happened to that push for democracy for the Middle East? The only 'democracy' that the neocon-propelled Bush administration wants, is the 'democracy' that elects Israel-friendly regimes, or so it would seem.


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