The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Thursday, April 05, 2007

News for 04-04-07

04-04-07 - British sailors set to come home The 15 Royal Navy crew held captive by Iran are preparing to fly home after being freed by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as a "gift" to the UK.

04-04-07 - Iran 'access' to Iraq detainees Iran's state news agency says an envoy is being given access to five Iranians detained by US forces in Iraq.

04-04-07 - Iran says 'unaware' of missing US citizen

04-04-07 - ABC News Exclusive: The Secret War Against Iran ** Most recently, Jundullah took credit for an attack in February that killed at least 11 members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard riding on a bus in the Iranian city of Zahedan.

04-04-07 - Blair's reaction: 'We bear Iranian people no ill will' The Prime Minister's full statement on the release of the British hostages:

04-04-07 - Rep. DeFazio: Don't Attack Iran ** We?re concerned that there?s an embedded plan, embedded in the minds of the same neo-cons who manufactured the war in Iraq, the same neo-cons who have been so wrong every step of the way about us being welcomed as liberators, about how Iraq could pay for its own reconstruction, about the size of the force necessary. They?ve been wrong about everything, but they still think they?re right.

04-04-07 - Washington hurting British bid to free crew Other U.S. officials have been even less amenable to the British approach. John Bolton, who until recently was Mr. Bush's ambassador to the United Nations, has appeared on British TV describing the British approach as "pathetic."

04-04-07 - Syria mediating in Britain-Iran dispute

04-04-07 - US evasive over fate of five Iranians seized in Iraq

04-04-07 - Iran drama played out on world stage

04-04-07 - Guantanamo conditions 'worsening'

04-04-07 - Putin's rival implicated in Litvinenko death

04-04-07 - Antiwar Radio: Scott Horton Interviews Philip Giraldi ** Former CIA agent Philip Giraldi discusses the possibility of war with Iran, the 15 British captives recent media reports of preparations being made, the possible use of nuclear weapons, the danger to U.S. forces in Iraq if ?we? do attack, the lack of evidence for an Iranian nuclear weapons program, America?s support for Iran in Iraq, AIPAC and the American War Party and the status of ?al Qaeda in Iraq.?

04-04-07 - Public Interest Groups to FCC: Save Our Spectrum With the Federal Communications Commission about to conduct a multibillion-dollar spectrum auction, a coalition of consumer and media policy groups is seeking rules to maximize competition for wireless broadband.

04-04-07 - Pelosi challenges Bush policy by visiting Syria Israel plays down peace message to Damascus

04-04-07 - Talking to Iraq's silent women

04-04-07 - The Conservative Credibility Test Thompson is not a neoconservative, rising in political circles outside the neocon cliques of polemicists and political strategists. But his outspoken defense of the Iraq War, his skepticism about the United Nations, and his star power have attracted the attention of the neocons. When John Bolton resigned as UN ambassador, a Weekly Standard writer, Michael Goldfarb, recommended Thompson as an able replacement

04-04-07 - An Arab Woman Blues - Reflections in a sealed bottle... you know in all probability that you will awake tomorrow. And tomorrow , you will open your eyes, step into your bathroom and you will find running water . You will fix yourself a coffee and you will find electricity, you will open your kitchen cupboard and you will find food

04-04-07 - Film to show Lebanon's "civil resistance" in war "Obstacles in terms of getting our films to large audiences. Even Jimmy Carter is facing obstacles." The former U.S. president has faced sharp criticism by Jewish groups in the United States over his book "Palestine: Peace not Apartheid".
Masri said: "That's the kind of obstacle I'm talking about -- the obstacle of reaching mainstream audiences when you portray Arabs or Palestinians in a positive way. There are many powerful machines that don't want that image to come across."

04-04-07 - Syria must stop supporting terror: Israel

04-04-07 - Colombia seeks Israelis' arrests Yair Klein, Melnik Ferry and Tzedaka Abraham are accused of giving military training in the 1990s to landowners' and drug-traffickers' private armies. Prosecutors say those trained went on to carry out some of the country's most notorious political assassinations.

04-04-07 - Bill O'Reilly and Michelle Malkin Want To Destroy Rosie O'Donnell


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