The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Friday, March 24, 2006

News for 03-24-06

03-24-06 - Pentagon: Russia Gave Saddam U.S. Intel The unclassified report does not assess the value of the information or provide details beyond citing an Iraqi document that says the battlefield intelligence was provided to Saddam through the Russian ambassador in Baghdad. Russia stands firm in its position with regard to sanctions on Iran at the UN. Looks like that may be about to change, mm?

03-24-06 - Russia says no to any Iran deal sidelining it Notice what else made the news today about Russia. "The unclassified report does not assess the value of the information or provide details beyond citing an Iraqi document that says the battlefield intelligence was provided to Saddam through the Russian ambassador in Baghdad." Coincidence? Or is someone trying to coax Russia into seeing it 'our way'?...

03-24-06 - N Korea threatens action against US Yet Iran is our 'number one threat'. Mmmm k.

03-24-06 - Lebanese ministers visit refugee camp for first time Education Minister Khaled Kabbani, who headed the group, expressed outrage about the living conditions in the camps. "What we saw in this camp is a true humanitarian drama that must shake the international consciousness," the minister said. Most Palestinians living in Lebanon are denied basic civil rights, including Lebanese citizenship, the right to work in many professions and to own property
The Palestinians are 'the Jews' of the modern-day world, as someone once said.

03-24-06 - Syrian vice president to hold Iran talks Syrian First Vice President Faruq al-Shara was to arrive in Tehran for talks with Iranian officials as both countries bid to fend off increasing international pressure, state television reported.

03-24-06 - US, Iran to discuss Iraq: Rice US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says the United States will talk to Iran about its accusations that the Islamic republic is trying to destabilise Iraq.

03-24-06 - UN refugee agency fears for Baghdad's Palestinians "On Thursday, we heard from the Palestinian community in Baghdad that reportedly over 100 families had received written death threats and that many are in a state of shock and panic,"

03-24-06 - Actor Charlie Sheen Questions Official 9/11 Story

03-24-06 - Abramoff, Ex-Partner May Give Statements A judge has approved subpoenas for former lobbyist Jack Abramoff and an ex-business partner to answer questions about the mob-style slaying of the owner of a gambling fleet they bought.

03-24-06 - Google Caught Censoring Charlie Sheen 9/11 Story My website came up in the top six listings for the regular Google web search for the Israeli lobby report. One day later, my website is buried, gone. Somebody knows how to play the game with Google.


03-24-06 - UN envoy calls on Lebanon and Syria to firm up borders UN special envoy Terje Roed-Larsen called on Lebanon and Syria to agree on their respective borders in the controversial Shebaa Farms area, which is occupied by Israel.

03-24-06 - CNN poll: Do you agree with Charlie Sheen that the U.S. government covered up the real events of the 9/11 attacks? Yes 82%

03-24-06 - DeLay attorney wants court's decision quickly

03-24-06 - Harvard's Paper on Israel Drew From Neo-Nazi Sites And the smear campaign continues. Everything that the pro-Israelis have said and done thus far in response to this study - have proven the ENTIRE PREMISE OF THE STUDY.

03-24-06 - Japan vows to keep developing giant Iran oil field Japan said it will press ahead with its multi-billion-dollar oil investment in Iran, rejecting a report that US officials have pressured Tokyo to pull out due to Tehran's nuclear drive.

03-24-06 - KSG Seeks Distance from Paper Yesterday?s issue of The New York Sun reported that an "observer" familiar with Harvard said that the University had received calls from "pro-Israel donors" concerned about the KSG paper. Everything that the pro-Israelis have said and done thus far in response to this study - have proven the ENTIRE PREMISE OF THE STUDY.

03-24-06 - Neocon rag bashes Jimmy Carter for supporting real democracy, not neocon 'democracy' His latest pieces that demonstrated sympathy for the ordinary Palestinians no doubt pushed the fire-breathing neocons over the edge. They're out for blood now.


03-24-06 - Constitutional Questions Show in AIPAC Case Prosecutor Kevin DiGregory argued that the law regulates conduct, not speech, and therefore does not merit the same level of scrutiny. He also said that "the national security interests of the United States" require that the law be upheld.

03-24-06 - Security Council to okay UN help for trial of Hariri murder suspects

03-24-06 - Mass. officials attend Israeli conference MacMillan and 130 other senior US security officials attending a counterterrorism conference in Jerusalem found themselves caught up in an unfolding manhunt for a suspected Palestinian suicide bomber.
An hour later, after a dramatic helicopter and motorcycle chase through police roadblocks on the main Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway, Israeli police told the Americans that the would-be bomber had been captured, with 15 pounds of explosives packed with nails and shrapnel.
Aha. This explains a lot about the dramatic chase of those 'suspected bombers' this past week.

03-24-06 - Israeli media condemn, discuss report on US-Israel ties

03-24-06 - The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy Social Science Electronic Publishing, Inc

03-24-06 - U.S. opposes depositions in AIPAC case Lawyers for Steven Rosen, the pro-Israel lobby?s former foreign policy director, and Keith Weissman, its former Iran analyst, asked the court in a motion to be considered Friday to allow three Israeli diplomats to be deposed in the case.

03-24-06 - Boehner says he won?t let anti-Israel laws through Boehner?s address Monday to 5,000 activists at the AIPAC conference in Washington was his first major foreign policy speech since his fellow Republican legislators elected him on Feb. 3. Boehner was elected after Rep. Tom DeLay (R-Texas) stepped down in the wake of his indictment on charges related to campaign fund-raising.

03-24-06 - Jewish panel defends Israel Members of the Tulane community have brought Ahmadinejad's comments to light. The Tulane College Democrats, New Orleans Hillel and the Tulane-Israel Public Affairs Committee sponsored a panel discussion entitled "Democracy in the Middle East" to address how the United States and the international community should respond.

03-24-06 - UN envoy urges Lebanon, Syria to demarcate their borders So's we can tell which country is which when we attack (Syria) for the neocons!!

03-24-06 - Israel Lobby Paper Proving Itself True Media, pundits and bloggers will continue to make much ado of David Duke's support, which the pro-Israel Sun elicited in an interview, but not bother mentioning that a shorter version of this paper made it into the prestigious and highly intellectual London Review of Books. That is exactly the state of discourse the paper addresses.

03-24-06 - On a desert trek, former enemies form new bonds But when word was delivered to the group at 2 a.m. Wednesday that all were welcome except the Israelis, they didn't hesitate. "Muslim, Christian, Jewish, we're all one team, one body, one spirit," says Palestinian Mohammad Azzam Alarjah


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