The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Sunday, July 29, 2007

News for 07-28-07

07-28-07 - UN inspectors to visit Iran in August for framework talks A group of UN atomic watchdog inspectors will visit Iran early next month to discuss a framework for future inspections of nuclear sites, the ISNA news agency reported on Saturday.

07-28-07 - Bush calls for new phone, email tapping powers US President George W Bush has called for Congress to revise a US security law in order to ease restrictions on the government's secret communications surveillance of terrorism suspects.

07-28-07 - US ?dirty bomber? is a trial for CIA the long-awaited court appearance of Jose Padilla, a US citizen once known as America?s ?dirty bomber?, has turned out to be missing a crucial ingredient - evidence that he actually did anything wrong.

07-28-07 - U.S. Outfitting B-2's with Monster Bunker Buster Bombs - Iran May Be Target ** Experts have noted that a U.S. or Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear program could be difficult due to the large number of installations - some of which are buried deep underground in hardened bunkers.

07-28-07 - Outsourcing Intelligence: Author R.J. Hillhouse on How Key National Security Projects Are Contracted to Private Firms what I found is, as you said, private corporations have completely penetrated the intelligence apparatus of the United States. It?s impossible -- even in the response to me by the Director of National Intelligence that was published in the Washington Post, they admitted that without private corporations they would be unable to function.

07-28-07 - Hillary's Late Hit by Patrick J. Buchanan As for Ahmadinejad, he is not the supreme leader of Iran, and his nation has not launched a war since the Revolution of 1979. With no atomic weapons, no ICBMs, no air force to challenge ours, no navy, an economy 2 percent of ours and its oil reserves running out, Iran is scarcely an existential threat to the United States.

07-28-07 - Christian Group Warns: Iran Wants to Hit Israel First, U.S. Next ** several Jewish organizations in the United States hold that U.S. officials must do everything in their power to persuade the international community to pressure Iran to stop its nuclear ambitions......"If diplomatic options, economic sanctions could work they could only work if there is a threat of another alternative," said Abe Foxman, head of the Anti-Defamation League. The Israeli lobby makes sure that Israel's problems become OUR problems.

07-28-07 - Lebanese troops kill 8 Islamic militants

07-28-07 - Bush's Real Agenda in Palestine one must not lose sight of the regional context. The Israeli lobby and its neo- conservative allies in the US administration and in the media are eager for a military showdown with Iran, which would weaken Syria's political standing in any future negotiation with Israel in regards to the occupied Golan Heights, and which would obliterate the military strength of Hizbullah, proven to be the toughest enemy Israel has ever faced in its decades-long conflict with the Arabs.

07-28-07 - Israel likely to devise missiles for India Pakistan's cruise missiles that can hit hundreds of miles inside India prompted New Delhi to accept an Israeli plan to develop a cruise missile interceptor.

07-28-07 - France fears new war in Lebanon The French Foreign Minister, Bernard Kouchner, has warned that Lebanon faces the danger of renewed war if there is not a resumption of political dialogue.

07-28-07 - 'We blocked US plans' - Hezbollah "This war aimed to impose a new Middle East, broken up into confessional and ethnic mini-states, serving the interests of the United States and Israel,"

07-28-07 - Resentment stirs in Hizbollah faithful the official did not expect a war soon, saying that it would take both the Israelis and the movement at least two to three years to be ready to fight.


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