The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Thursday, February 02, 2006

News for 02-01-06

02-01-06 - Bush: US would defend Israel against Iran President George W. Bush vowed on Wednesday the United States would defend Israel militarily if needed against Iran and denounced Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for "menacing talk" against Israel.

02-01-06 - Iran sanctions would backfire: Russia "If you impose sanctions theoretically on Iran, then it would be appropriate to ask: Who is imposing sanctions on whom: the international community on Iran or rather Iran on the international community?"

02-01-06 - Bush Says Don't Expect Oil Price Breaks President Bush defended the huge profits of Exxon Mobil Corp. Wednesday, saying they are simply the result of the marketplace and that consumers socked with soaring energy costs should not expect price breaks

02-01-06 - Pentagon Now Prepares to Fight Long War The terminology also reflects the administration's struggle to quell the public's growing impatience with the Iraq war. It costs more than $4 billion a month and has left more than 2,240 service members dead. Also, it is not the first time that officials have tried to change the debate by changing the language.

02-01-06 - Nuclear watchdog to vote on Iran Board members of the UN's nuclear watchdog are preparing to meet in Vienna to decide whether to report Iran to the UN Security Council.

02-01-06 - Iran poised to retaliate against UN referral "You who support the Zionist puppet regime, you who support the destruction of Palestinian homes, you have no right to talk about liberty or human rights," shouted Ahmadinejad,

02-01-06 - Congress to Give Patriot Act Another Month

02-01-06 - Iranian President hits back at Bush speech

02-01-06 - Bush Eases on N.Korea, Singles Out Iran

02-01-06 - INTERVIEW - Bush sets terms for U.S. to engage Hamas "Many of them ran for office on a platform that said 'we're against corruption, we are for better schools and better hospitals.' On the platforms I saw I didn't see a lot of people saying 'vote for me, I'm for war,'" Bush said. You mean like in 2004 US Presidential elections?....

02-01-06 - Oil execs refuse to testify at Senate hearing

02-01-06 - Former CIA Director Woolsey Named Chairman of SuperCom's New Advisory Board Headquartered in Israel, SuperCom

02-01-06 - Reflections from the Hot Zone: Syria


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