The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

News for 05-08-07

05-08-07 - G8 to back further measures against Iran: diplomats The Group of Eight industrialized powers plan to back "further measures" against Iran if it does not comply with U.N. demands to suspend its nuclear enrichment program, G8 diplomats said on Tuesday.

05-08-07 - Iran accepts compromise, unblocking atom treaty talks

05-08-07 - Iran offers U.S. cooperation on Iraq exit: paper

05-08-07 - US attack 'kills Iraqi children'

05-08-07 - US 'ashamed' of Afghan civilian deaths The apology comes amid growing anger in Afghanistan over civilian deaths in coalition military operations.

05-08-07 - Ex-Analyst Tells a Tale of Twisted Iraq Intelligence Pillar contends Cheney's staff actually "supplanted the regular National Security Council staff in terms of driving policy on these key points of interest, above all, the Iraq war."

05-08-07 - Study suggests cancer risk from depleted uranium

05-08-07 - Iraqi minister says US may release Iranians

05-08-07 - Cheney seeks Mid-East Iraq help He may also seek support for continuing Western-led diplomatic pressure on Iran over its nuclear programme.

05-08-07 - Marine found live children among Haditha dead

05-08-07 - Saudi report: Terror cell had Syria base

05-08-07 - UAE arrests 12 Iranian divers: Iranian firm

05-08-07 - Exodus from Iraq historic, U.N. says U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres has described the uprooting of 4 million Iraqis as "the most significant displacement in the Middle East" since the creation of the state of Israel in 1948.

05-08-07 - Six Questions for Laura Rozen on Iran Who are the major players in the regime change camp?
There are a few civilians who were brought into the Pentagon during the first term to essentially pursue a regime change option. Some are still there working for a small six-person Iran office whose de facto head is Abram Shulsky, who formerly led the controversial Office of Special Plans......Outside of the administration, Richard Perle and Michael Ledeen at the American Enterprise Institute champion the idea of an Iranian opposition movement rising up to overthrow the regime with American support

05-08-07 - Saved by the bomb ** A year before 9/11, Paul Wolfowitz and Lewis "Scooter" Libby signed a statement for the Project for the New American Century, a neoconservative thinktank. They rather hoped for "some catastrophic and catalysing event like a new Pearl Harbor" to kickstart their dream of a world run by US military might. A nuclear war would do the trick in spades

05-08-07 - The Failure of the 'Mainstream'

05-08-07 - AIPAC on Trial FBI gave Franklin enough rope to hang himself, and then moved in, showing up at his door and confronting him with his treachery. A search of his home and office turned up a veritable lending library of classified documents dating back years, all of which had doubtless been made available to the Israelis

05-08-07 - Immigration Issues, Global Anti-Semitism And Israel Top Agenda of ADL National Meeting in Washington, DC Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff discussed the need to balance the interests of protecting the homeland and the imperative of providing a path for legal immigration. Secretary Chertoff also discussed his department's partnership with ADL's Advanced Training School, which provides specialized training and expertise to agency personnel on extremism, hate groups, terrorism and civil liberties.

05-08-07 - Judge lauded for rebuke in AIPAC case The American Jewish Committee praised the judge in the case against two former AIPAC staffers for rebuking the government


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