The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Thursday, June 22, 2006

News for 06-21-06

06-21-06 - Pentagon held info in 2 soldiers' deaths "If the American people knew that the people we are directly helping train turned on our soldiers, support for this war would slip," Boxer said. "It's very disturbing to think that the Pentagon might be told to keep this kind of thing close to the vest."

06-21-06 - Bush Critics Want Tougher U.S. Approach to Iran "Time after time, the regime in Tehran has defied the world's demands that it abandon it nuclear ambitions, even heralding its successful production of enriched uranium only a few months ago," said Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, What a surprise? Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Israel-firster extraodinaire, calling for tougher US action on Iran.

06-21-06 - Bush should not be in a hurry, says Iranian FM "When ( European Union foreign policy chief) Javier Solana gave us his suggestions on June 6 no time limit was set",

06-21-06 - Eight Marines charged with killing Iraqi civilian Seven Marines and a Navy corpsman have been charged in the killing of an Iraqi civilian in April, US military officials say.

06-21-06 - Bush urges Iran to respond faster on nuclear offer

06-21-06 - Iran to reply to nuclear offer in August: Ahmadinejad

06-21-06 - All options open if North Korea tests missile: US envoy

06-21-06 - Frontline: The Dark Side This excellent program will be available to watch on the internet at the PBS website Thursday, June 22.

06-21-06 - US lawmaker cautions India on Iran nuclear stance Democratic Rep. Tom Lantos (news, bio, voting record) of California said the controversial India deal was on track to be voted on by the U.S. Congress next month, but approval would be at risk if leaders in New Delhi did not "act responsibly." Lantos is an Israel-firster.

06-21-06 - House panel would ask Bush for surveillance records The U.S. Justice Department would have to turn over records of the National Security Agency's telephone surveillance program to Congress under a resolution passed by the Republican-led House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

06-21-06 - Russia Preparing New Missile Systems to Overcome Any Shield ? Defense Minister

06-21-06 - Muslim world backs Iran over nuclear talks

06-21-06 - A Slam Dunk the preponderance of evidence the program collected and the thorough corroboration from former top military and national security officials who witnessed firsthand what Cheney and his surrogates did ought to end any argument about whether the Vice President bears significant responsibility for waging a disastrous war against Iraq based on weak and manipulated evidence.

06-21-06 - The Battle Before The War

06-21-06 - Bush says US wants to shut Guantanamo prison

06-21-06 - VIDEO: Author of Iraq NIE Says He ?Regrets Having a Role? In Manipulation of Intelligence

06-21-06 - IDF issues international law handbook for combat officers Officers and commanders in combat units are to receive a handbook on international law and war crimes written by the Israel Defense Forces in order to instill in ground forces the importance of observing international conventions. A little late for that, isn't it?

06-21-06 - Edwards visits Israel Edwards, a former senator from North Carolina, is considered a contender for the Democratic nomination for president in 2008. And as such, must make the necessary trip to Israel.

06-21-06 - Energy pact passes committee The bill would establish a $20 million annual grant program ? administered by the U.S. Department of Energy ? to fund joint ventures between U.S. and Israeli businesses and academics


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