The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Sunday, June 11, 2006

News for 06-10-06

06-10-06 - Poll: Many support troops, but not the war

06-10-06 - Poll: U.S. disapproves of war in Iraq The death of al-Qaida leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in Iraq came as more Americans than ever thought the war in Iraq was a mistake, according to AP-Ipsos polling.

06-10-06 - Ministry shocked by U.S. comments on Russia's position on Iran

06-10-06 - Triple suicide at Guantanamo camp

06-10-06 - Who's next? The US got its man. Now it must target the real threat in Iraq The ease with which Iraqi police and US special forces were able to reach the house after the bombing without encountering hostile fire showed that Zarqawi was never the powerful guerrilla chieftain and leader of the Iraqi resistance that Washington has claimed for more than three years.

06-10-06 - Iran to offer counter-proposals on nuclear crisis

06-10-06 - Lebanon says Islamic Jihad killing suspect arrested "Documents and equipment linked with the crime were seized with him, and he has links to the intelligence of the Israeli enemy."

06-10-06 - China's thirst for oil rattles old order

06-10-06 - Lebanon speaker wants Arab mediation with Syria

06-10-06 - Iraq war bill deletes US military base prohibition Congressional Republicans killed a provision in an Iraq war funding bill that would have put the United States on record against the permanent basing of U.S. military facilities in that country, a lawmaker and congressional aides said on Friday.

06-10-06 - N Zealand expels '9/11 associate'

06-10-06 - Shut up about politics: Iran coach Iran coach Branko Ivankovic said he had no message from the country's controversial president and told journalists to stop asking him about politics.

06-10-06 - Kurdish people In 2001, a team of Israeli, German, and Indian scientists discovered that the majority of Jews around the world, belonging to various different Jewish ethnic divisions, are closely related to the Kurdish people, more closely than they are to the Semitic-speaking Arabs or any other population that was tested Just a factoid as it relates to Israel's aid to the Kurds of northern Iraq.

06-10-06 - An Eye On the Middle East - An interview with journalist Robert Fisk Look at the Middle East coverage where the Americans keep referring not to the "wall" but to the "fence," not to "occupied territories," but to "disputed territories." Not to "settlements," but to "neighbourhoods." They're constantly de-semanticizing the conflict, so that the Palestinians look idiotic whenever they commit any violent acts.


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