The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Monday, January 01, 2007

News for 01-01-07

01-01-07 - Poll of military finds dimmer view of Iraq war

01-01-07 - Saddam's supporters vow revenge

01-01-07 - Iran vows $1bn Iraq loan

01-01-07 - Crowds protest Saddam hanging in Iraq Enraged crowds protested the hanging of Saddam Hussein across Iraq's Sunni heartland Monday, as a mob in Samara broke the locks off a bomb-damaged Shiite shrine and marched through carrying a mock coffin and photo of the dictator.

01-01-07 - Sunnis fear Saddam's execution will provoke sectarian violence

01-01-07 - Americans Want a Rapid Exit from Iraq but Elected Leaders Aren?t Even Considering It

01-01-07 - Journalists may testify in CIA leak case the trial is certain to renew questions about whether the administration used reporters to drum up support for the war.

01-01-07 - States setting up own antiterror centers

01-01-07 - World faces hottest year ever, as El Niño combines with global warming A combination of global warming and the El Niño weather system is set to make 2007 the warmest year on record with far-reaching consequences for the planet, one of Britain's leading climate experts has warned. Not neocon-related but important all the same.

01-01-07 - Timing of Saddam execution risks Arab backlash: analysts

01-01-07 - Former Saddam judge says execution violates Iraqi law Rizkar Mohammed Amin, who later resigned as the trial's chief judge, said Iraqi law banned executions during the Eid al-Adha festival period that marks the end of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.

01-01-07 - As inmate, Saddam read poetry, fed the birds: US nurse "One day when I went to see him, he asked why we invaded. Well, he made gestures like shooting a machine gun and asked why soldiers came and shot up the place. He said the laws in Iraq were fair and the weapons inspectors didn't find anything. "I said, 'That's politics. We soldiers don't get caught up in that sort of thing.'"

01-01-07 - Iraq Govt probes filming of Saddam hanging

01-01-07 - Iran can still be stopped ** The diplomatic and PR effort: We must immediately launch an intense, international, public relations front focusing first and foremost on the US. The goal being to encourage President Bush to take up his specific promises not to allow Iran to arm itself with nuclear weapons. We must make it clear to the government, the Congress and the American public that a nuclear Iran is a threat to the US and the entire world, not only Israel.

01-01-07 - 'DreamBox' surveillance system from Israel protects American water supply Another major part of our homeland security is put in the hands of Israel. That should scare you.

01-01-07 - Lieberman eyes NATO, E.U. membership Jerusalem has previously balked at the idea of full membership in groups like NATO out of concern it would curb Israel´s military autonomy. Lieberman denied that this would be the case. "There is no doubt that membership in NATO would still afford us 100 percent freedom in terms of military activity," he said.

01-01-07 - Parallels between Henry VIII and the fate of Saddam It was only when he began to express support for the Palestinian cause that he became a nuisance.

01-01-07 - Lebanon Destroyed, Destabilised, Desperate for Change


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