The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

News for 06-06-06

06-06-06 - It was June 8, 1967 a day 34 American sailors were killed and scores more injured.

06-06-06 - Iran 'positive' on nuclear offer Mr Mottaki said Tehran would examine the proposals carefully and he was hopeful a final agreement could be reached.

06-06-06 - US says personal data on 2.2 million troops stolen The Department of Veterans Affairs said the information, including names, Social Security numbers and dates of birth, may have been stored in the same stolen electronic equipment that contained similar personal data on 26.5 million U.S. military veterans

06-06-06 - Another Terrorist Attack Coming Soon? The next attack here, officials predict, will bear no resemblance to Sept. 11. The casualty toll will not be that high, the target probably not that big. We may not even recognize it for what it is at first, they say. But it's coming ? of that they seem certain.

06-06-06 - British soldiers cleared of Iraqi's death Three British soldiers have been cleared by a military court of manslaughter in the death of an Iraqi youth who drowned in a canal.

06-06-06 - Bush welcomes possible Iran breakthrough

06-06-06 - Analysis: How Europe persuaded the US to temper its hostility to Tehran The former foreign secretary Jack Straw may feel vindicated over his opinion that military action against Iran was "inconceivable".

06-06-06 - Marine's father sues funeral protesters The father of a Marine whose funeral was picketed by anti-gay protesters from a fundamentalist Kansas church filed an invasion-of-privacy suit against the demonstrators Monday

06-06-06 - Pro-Israel group pushes tough U.S. policy on Iran In a letter to supporters this week, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee requested contributions to build support for a proposed law tightening U.S. sanctions on Iran. American foreign policy in the Middle East brought to you by the Israeli lobby - whose primary interest is Israel PERIOD.

06-06-06 - Syria 'cautiously optimistic' on next Hariri report

06-06-06 - US Jewish group urges tough German stance on Ahmadinejad's World Cup plans A leading US Jewish group has written to German Chancellor Angela Merkel urging her to take a tough stance against any plans by football-mad Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to attend the World Cup.

06-06-06 - Senators seek answers in probe of reporter Anderson's son said the FBI contacted his mother shortly after his father's funeral, expressing interest in documents that would aid the government's case against two former lobbyists for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee who have been charged with disclosing classified information.

06-06-06 - Putin plays down differences with US

06-06-06 - Justice Dept. criticized over AIPAC case The department is basing its classified information leak case against Steve Rosen, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee?s former foreign policy director, and Keith Weissman, its former Iran analyst, on a 1917 statute that criminalizes the receipt of classified information.
The Justice Department should use any means at its disposal to make sure that America's national interest is not being jeopardized by the agents of a foreign lobby.

06-06-06 - U.N. asks Israel to stop making nukes A U.N. commission recommended that Israel refrain from manufacturing any more nuclear weapons as a step to a nuclear-free Middle East

06-06-06 - Announces New Featured Security Company, TraceGuard Technologies Inc., Targeting Airports and Border Crossings With Trace Extraction and Collection Systems TraceGuard Technologies is currently developing a portfolio of trace extraction and collection systems: CarrySafe, HoldSafe and CargoSafe at its new R & D center in Petach Tikva, Israel. The systems are designed to be used in screening methods for identifying drugs, explosive and biological threats at airports, border crossings and ports and can be integrated into existing systems.

06-06-06 - PBS Home Video and Paramount Home Entertainment Present Seven Acclaimed Frontline Programs Looking for Answers (2001)

Attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon were history's most devastating terrorist assault and the worst failure of U.S. intelligence in 60 years. "Frontline" correspondent Lowell Bergman and The New York Times investigate CIA and FBI failure to uncover the hijackers' plot. The segment examines hatred for America among Muslim fundamentalists, fueled by U.S. support for Israel and authoritarian Middle East regimes. Anchored by Bill Moyers.


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