The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Thursday, July 06, 2006

News for 07-05-06

07-05-06 - Iran puts off nuclear talks for fear of 'assassins'

07-05-06 - Officials: Ex-GI had antisocial disorder A former Army private accused in the horrific rape and killing of a young Iraqi woman and the execution-style slaying of her family had been discharged because of an "antisocial personality disorder," U.S. military officials told The Associated Press.

07-05-06 - Call for Iraq probe in rape case

07-05-06 - Oil nears $75, Iran nuclear talks postponed A row between Iran and the West over Tehran's atomic ambitions helped drive prices to a record $75.35 in April as investors feared potential supply disruptions from the world's fourth biggest crude exporter.

07-05-06 - Iran postpones nuclear talks Iran postponed crucial nuclear talks with the European Union Wednesday in apparent anger at an exiled opposition leader's visit to the European Parliament, but the meeting will go ahead Thursday.

07-05-06 - Pragmatism may trump zeal as Iran's power grows

07-05-06 - U.S.: N.Korea may want nuclear spotlight from Iran North Korea's test-firing of a long-range missile in defiance of world pressure may have been aimed at stealing the nuclear spotlight away from Iran, U.S. National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley said on Tuesday.

07-05-06 - NORAD monitored launch of N.Korea missiles The North American Aerospace Defense Command monitored the launches of a series of missiles from North Korea Tuesday but soon determined they weren't a threat to the United States, a spokesman said.

07-05-06 - London bombing survivors demand public inquiry Survivors of last year's London bombings, which killed 52 travellers and wounded more than 700 on the capital's transport system, say vital questions remain unanswered by the British government.

07-05-06 - Synagogues Speak Out Against Wiretapping, Torture Officials at the Anti-Defamation League, American Jewish Committee and American Jewish Congress, on the other hand, have been silent on the wiretapping program and generally less confrontational when offering any critique of the administration on the torture issue.......In recent years, and especially since the September 11 attacks, the ADL, AJCommittee and AJCongress have increasingly focused their advocacy efforts on the defense of Israel When has this NOT been the case?

07-05-06 - Lieberman?s support for Iraq war creates dilemma for Jewish backers "If you consider yourself first and foremost part of the pro-Israel community, you will stick with Joe Lieberman," said Grossman, who also is a past president of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. The problem with this article is the fact that the reasons for the pro-Israeli turnabout in opinion on Iraq are not mentioned. Since the war on Iraq was not the 'cakewalk' as promised by neocons such as Wolfowitz, they purport to no longer support it. The fact is pro-Israeli groups were vociferously pushing the attack on Iraq during the months prior to it.

07-05-06 - U.S. thanks Turkey for hostage intervention "What Turkey did that was very helpful is to go to Damascus and to say to the Syrians they need to use all of their leverage to help this take place," Condoleezza Rice How is this our problem?

07-05-06 - IDF raises alert on Syrian border The IDF has raised the level of alert along the northern border with Syria out of fear that President Bashar Assad would launch a strike against Israel in response to a recent IAF buzz of his palace.

07-05-06 - Taking Out Lieberman - Is the Democratic Party waking up?

07-05-06 - Hillary May Be Presidential Material, After All - On Iraq and Israel, she's a perfect neocon The senator's comments seem as if they were taken word-for-word from an AIPAC position paper. They may well have been. In May 2005, Sen. Clinton spoke at an AIPAC conference where she praised the bonds between Israel and the United States


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