The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

News for 07-24-07

07-24-07 - Auditors Can't Find Veterans Affairs Computer Equipment Worth $6.4 Million More than a quarter of the computer equipment at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Washington could not be found by investigators, government auditors reported Tuesday.

07-24-07 - US military drafts plan to keep troops in Iraq until mid-2009

07-24-07 - US, Iran, Iraq to set up security committee The United States, Iran and Iraq have agreed to set up a security sub-committee to continue talks on how to restore stability in Iraq.

07-24-07 - Iran nuclear negotiators heading to Russia for talks: diplomat Iranian negotiators Javad Vaeidi and Mohammad Saeedi were "flying from Vienna to Russia to persuade the Russians to finish building the Bushehr nuclear (power) reactor," said a diplomat who asked not to be named due to the confidential nature of the information.

07-24-07 - IAEA to revisit Iran atom site in transparency push Iran agreed on Tuesday to let inspectors from the United Nations nuclear watchdog revisit its heavy-water reactor site early next week in a U.N. push for more transparency in Iran's disputed nuclear program.

07-24-07 - Iran's growing presence in Iraq

07-24-07 - $100 Oil Price May Be Months Away, Say CIBC, Goldman ** Oil prices could triple in three months to more than $200 a barrel, given the right circumstances, according to Matthew Simmons, chairman of Simmons & Co., a Houston investment bank. We can guess what they are prepping us for and why. Iran is next.

07-24-07 - Will Bush Invade Pakistan?

07-24-07 - Bush Aide: Military Could Go Into Pakistan

07-24-07 - Saudi Arabia backs out of Arab peace initiative Saudi king gets cold feet over suspicions of Iran and fears of terror attacks sponsored by al-Qaeda, Israeli official says

07-24-07 - Oil prices slide on Iran remarks Oil prices fell by more than $1 a barrel on Tuesday amid suggestions from Iran that it may be prepared to increase supply to the market

07-24-07 - Alarm at US right to highly personal data Highly sensitive information about the religious beliefs, political opinions and even the sex life of Britons travelling to the United States is to be made available to US authorities when the European Commission agrees to a new system of checking passengers.

07-24-07 - Halliburton Income More Than Doubles

07-24-07 - Patrick Fitzgerald Hits Air-Waves In Chicago - Photos Some rare candid photos of the Special Prosecutor. Unfortunately the contents of his briefs have not been revealed. Get your mind out of the gutter! I meant with respect to the next case!

07-24-07 - From Jan. 2007: Iranian Jews Reject Outside Calls To Leave ** In recent months, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Israeli officials and some American Jewish communal leaders have urged Iranian Jews to leave. But so far, despite generally being allowed to travel to Israel and emigrate abroad, Iranian Jews have stayed put. This goes along with the recent story of pro-Israeli/Israeli(?) officials offering Iranian Jews cold hard cash to lure them out of Iran and into Israel. The question: why? What's the rush? Impending attack?

07-24-07 - Murdoch, Son Differ Sharply Over Israel The elder "Murdoch was at one point putting the traditional very right-wing view on Israel and the Middle East peace process and James said that he was ?talking f? nonsense.'

07-24-07 - Hunter: 'Postage stamp' Israel should not give up 'one inch' of territory On May 20, Hunter, a California Republican, voiced his position during a meeting with Christian Zionists in Alexandria, Va

07-24-07 - Commentary: Intelligent intelligence CSIS' Transnational Threats Project, which this writer directs, recruited 15 experts on Islamist extremism in Europe from the Middle East (including Israel), North Africa, Europe, the United States and Canada, and networked them 24/7 with a state-of-the-art, electronic collaborative software tool. They were known as TIN members -- for Trusted Information Network.

07-24-07 - US Treasury moves against Hezbollah 'support network'

07-24-07 - New army deaths at Lebanon camp

07-24-07 - Nasrallah: We squashed Greater Israel plan Speaking to al-Jazeera, Nasrallah said his organization had weapons capable of reaching every corner of Israel.

07-24-07 - Anger mounts as more soldiers fall in Lebanon battle camp "There is not a single house where there is no soldier," explained 42-year-old Zeina Sufain, who lost her 19-year-old son Firas on May 22. "There is no work here. Even for those who go to school," she said.

07-24-07 - U.N. Council asked to address Syrian arms smuggling The United States, Britain and France want U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to pursue ways to stop weapons flowing into Lebanon over the Syrian border, according to a draft U.N. statement on Tuesday.

07-24-07 - Hezbollah says prisoner-swap talks with Israel still underway The head of Lebanon's Shiite movement Hezbollah said on Tuesday that UN-mediated talks with Israel over an exchange of prisoners were continuing, but he would not provide details.

07-24-07 - David Wurmser Leaving White House Employment David Wurmser, one of the Vice President's most dedicated neoconservative spear-carriers, is leaving the administration to start a risk assessment consulting firm.


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