By Yitzhak BenhorinThis is how US will attack IranMon Sep 18, 2006 18:21
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This is how US will attack Iran
By Yitzhak Benhorin
It will take a few days, with thousands of sorties, satellite and laser-guided bombs will be aimed at targets – 1,500 already planned by Pentagon – and will try to infiltrate armed concrete, under which some of nuclear sites are hidden. Meanwhile, Washington launches diplomatic blitz in attempt to promote sanctions on Tehran
Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder-A Glimpse Into Israeli Collective Psychosis
By Gilad Atzmon
The Israelis somehow fail to read the message on the wall. Rather than looking at the mirror and spotting out their obvious faults that have already matured into severe moral bankruptcy, the Israelis prefer total submission to the materialist fantasy of Nuclear Judeocide.
War Criminal at Bay
By Paul Craig Roberts
President George Bush, betrayed by the neoconservatives whom he elevated to power and by his Attorney General, Torture Gonzales who gave him wrong legal advice, is locked in a desperate struggle with the Republican Congress to save himself from war crimes charges at the expense of America’s reputation and our soldiers’ fate.
What if they gave a War?
By Charles Sullivan
We must think beyond geopolitical borders, beyond political parties; past the familiar labels of liberal and conservative. Working class conservatives and working class liberals alike are exploited by those in power. We must set aside the petty differences that keep us apart and seek common ground to defeat our common enemy—corporate Plutocracy.
Ending the Dollar's Tyranny
By Mike Whitney
The dominance of the greenback has created a global empire which is controlled by a small group of corporatists and autocrats who depend on bullying and brute force to maintain their supremacy. The only way to restore the republic is to topple the empire, dislodge the dollar from its lofty perch, and even the playing field with the other currencies.
Iraq: At least 69 killed in ongoing U.S. occupation:
Fourteen bodies, tortured and with bullet holes in the head, were found in different districts of Baghdad on Monday, a Ministry of Interior source said.
Bullets and Bodies In Baghdad :
As I was walking back outside, gunfire erupted all around us. It turns out the Ministry of Health FPS had gotten into a firefight with nearby FPS officers from the Ministry of Electricity
4 Canadian Occupation Force Soldiers among 17 Killed In Afghanistan:
A suicide bomber on a bicycle killed four Canadian occupation troops and wounded at least 27 civilians in southern Afghanistan on Monday, while two other blasts in the capital and in the western part of the country killed a total of 13 Afghans, officials said.
NATO Faces Growing Hurdle As Call for Troops Falls Short:
Alliance Casualties Hit 5-Year High in Occupied Afghanistan.
Painful Deception In Palestine:
To avoid death by strangulation and malnutrition, the Palestinians must practice diplomatic submission and subservience to Israel-American positions.
Daniel Gavron : The great escape :
Two peoples inhabit this land, we have lived here in the past, and we will continue to live here in the future. We have to work out some way of living together. We have to work out a formula for sharing our territory. We have to establish a means of cooperating to preserve our environment. We have to find a way to govern our population.
Israeli Military Intelligence knew about Hezbollah kidnap plans:
Military Intelligence had clear information about an impending kidnap attempt by Hezbollah shortly before the Lebanese group carried out its cross-border raid on July 12, according to an internal inquiry conducted by the Israel Defense Forces.
Deadly harvest: The Lebanese fields sown with cluster bombs :
Lebanese villagers must risk death in fields 'flooded' with more than a million Israeli cluster bombs - or leave crops to rot
Hezbollah rejects Bush's call to disarm:
"We are being asked to disarm so that Lebanon remains defenceless. Our force is protecting Lebanon," Sheikh Nasrallah said in a televised debate on Wednesday. "The core of the problem is that the United States and Israel want to disarm Hezbollah."
War pimp alert:
Only a "few months" before a nuclear Iran: Israeli FM :
Livni said the world "cannot afford" for Iran to have nuclear weapons.
In a replay of Iraq, a battle is brewing over intelligence on Iran:
Several former U.S. defense officials who maintain close ties to the Pentagon say they've been told that plans for airstrikes - if Bush deems them necessary - are being updated.
Chirac: Iran should not be referred to Security Council during talks :
“I think that Iran is a great nation and that we can find solutions through dialogue.”
A Date With a "Dangerous" Mind:
EXCLUSIVE: Face to face with Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the man whose swaggeris stirring fears of warwith the U.S.
Car bomb, gunfight in Somalia kills 11:
A car bomb killed five people and wounded several others outside parliament in Somalia's provincial capital Baidoa on Monday in an assassination attempt on President Abdullahi Yusuf.
In case you missed it:
U.S. accused of covert Somolia ops:
A British newspaper Sunday said the United States was conducting illegal mercenary operations to support the U.N.-backed interim government in Somalia.
Ortega Gets 15-Point Edge in Nicaragua:
Former head of state Daniel Ortega is the clear frontrunner in Nicaragua’s presidential election, according to a poll by Zogby International and the University of Miami School of Communication.
Chávez Could Get New Term in Venezuela:
Hugo Chávez maintains a high level of support in Venezuela, according to a poll by Datanálisis. 58 per cent of respondents would vote for the incumbent head of state in this year’s election
Karen Armstrong: We cannot afford to maintain these ancient prejudices against Islam :
The Pope's remarks were dangerous, and will convince many more Muslims that the west is incurably Islamophobic
4 Minute Video: Peace Train by Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens)
Anti war message from Yusuf Islam
UK accused of Guantánamo collusion :
More than 100 senior doctors today accused the government of colluding in war crimes by refusing to give medical aid to British residents detained at Guantánamo Bay.
Attorney general warns US on torture bill :
The attorney general warned the US at the weekend that its bill to try to limit its obligations under the Geneva convention while interrogating and trying detainees risked international condemnation.
Paul Krugman: King of Pain :
Why is Mr. Bush so determined to engage in torture?
When the truth is a stranger to fiction :
Did Monica Lewinsky cause the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States? Anyone who watched The Path to 9/11, the ABC two-parter about the events leading up to September 11, might be forgiven for thinking so.
The 13 most corrupt members of Congress
In the following report, CREW documents the unethical activities of thirteen Members of Congress: 10 House Members and three Senators.
Major State Union Switches To Lamont:
One of the state's largest labor unions has dropped its endorsement of U.S. Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman and switched its support to Democratic primary winner Ned Lamont.
Jump ship or pink slip for some realtors :
Now that the glory days of the most recent U.S. housing market are over, its deterioration is taking a toll on employees who profited from its record-breaking five-year run.
Sick but Insured? Think Again :
Lawsuits accuse insurance companies of retroactively dumping families that rack up large bills. Firms defend their policies, but the state is investigating.
Congress Considering Strip Searching Students:
Imagine an America in which school officials could strip search every student in their school based on the unsubstantiated tip that one of them might have a joint. Congress is voting on a bill Tuesday or Wednesday that could make these police state tactics more common.
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