The US Government handed down indictments against Iran “front” companies building roadside bombs responsible for maiming or killing US soldiers in Iraq while a group protesting Ahmadinejad’s next week visit to the UN has “dis”-invited Sarah Palin to
The Kremlin is preparing to sell its S300 surface-to-air missile system to Iran, offering greater protection against a possible US or Israeli attack on the Islamic republic’s nuclear facilities. The missiles have a range of more than 90 miles (150km)
A general Middle East War could bring $10/per gallon gas prices to America. The world's economy, already headed to a global depression, will be thrust into the worst depression in human history.
The security aid package the US has refused to give Israel for the past few months out of concern that Israel would use it to attack nuclear facilities in Iran included a large number of "bunker-buster" bombs, permission to use an air corri
Yet, it is the 64-dollar question—whether or not there is evidence that Iran has resumed work on the weapons part of its nuclear program since the startling judgment of the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) of November 2007 that it had stopped.
“I think we need to do something to get engaged with these guys,” Fallon said. Iraq shared a 900-mile border with Iran, and he needed guidance and a strategy for dealing with the Iranians. “Well,” Bush said, “these are assholes.”
The Bush adminstration on Wednesday slapped financial sanctions on Iran's largest state-owned shipping line and its affiliates for allegedly helping to transfer military-related arms and cargo. The departments of State and Treasury
"Maneuvers with the participation of anti-aircraft defense systems will be held for three days starting Monday," it said, without giving further details.
In a secret agreement between Israel and Georgia, 2 military airfields in southern Georgia were earmarked for the use of Israeli fighter bombers in the event of preemptive attacks against Iranian nuclear installations. This would sharply reduce the d
A military base on the Island of Qeshm would allow Russia to monitor the United States' and NATO's activities in the Persian Gulf zone. With the help of special equipment Russia could effectively monitor who is sailing toward this sea bottlen
That is correct. The most evil human being on the planet according to the Neocons. And he has his own blog. And you can comment on it. The President of Iran. I am trying to imagine commenting on President Bush's blog, . . . or reading it.Entered By: Powell Gammill
Iran said it had sent a rocket carrying a dummy satellite into space, triggering fresh concern in Washington that the technology could be diverted to ballistic missiles. The launch is likely to further exacerbate tensions with the West over its nucle
“The frightening thing is they say they are taking no options off the table, even nuclear first strike,” Paul said. Paul believes from talking with his contacts in and around Congress that a strike on Iran has already been green-lighted.
When U.S. officials appeal to the Iranian people over the heads of its regime, they like to assume that Tehran's defiance on the nuclear issue reflects only the extremist position of an unrepresentative revolutionary leadership. Plainly, they hav
Operation Brimstone ended only one week ago. This was the joint US/UK/French naval war games in the Atlantic Ocean preparing for a naval blockade of Iran and the likely resulting war in the Persian Gulf area. The massive war games included a US Navy
A military strike against Iran's nuclear facilities would probably only delay the country's progress toward nuclear-weapons capability,and such an attack could backfire by strengthening Tehran's resolve to acquire the bomb.
He added that Americans must understand that Iran is the No. 1 challenge to American foreign policy.
ISRAEL is building up its strike capabilities amid growing anxiety over Iran's nuclear ambitions and appears confident that a military attack would cripple Teheran's atomic program, even if it can't destroy it.
Congressman Ron Paul fears that a staged incident exploited as a pretext to attack Iran may be the precursor to a national draft, as he responded to Sy Hersh's astounding report that Dick Cheney proposed faking a Gulf of Tonkin style incident by
* Iran to press on with atomic work despite demand to halt * U.S. sees more sanctions unless Iranian reply "positive" * Iran's Revolutionary Guards say can shut Strait of Hormuz
TEHRAN,Iran (AP) - Iran will not give up "a single iota of its nuclear rights," the country's president said Saturday, rebuffing an informal deadline to stop expanding uranium enrichment or face more sanctions.
Israel voiced displeasure on Thursday at recent U.S. engagement with Iran and urged the Bush administration to stand firm on demanding Tehran abandon nuclear projects with bomb-making potential, an Israeli official said.
Bush administration officials reassured Israel's defense minister this week that the United States has not abandoned all possibility of a military attack on Iran, despite widespread Israeli concern that Washington has begun softening its position
Sen. Barack Obama met with House Democrats, talking about his trip abroad and his observations.Obama told the caucus "Nobody said this to me directly but I get the feeling from my talks that if the sanctions don’t work Israel is going to strike
But in a rare signal of solidarity with the current Republican administration, Obama told a news conference in Paris on Friday that Iran should not wait for the next U.S. president to try to reach a deal over its nuclear program.
TEL AVIV, July 23 (Reuters) - Iran is set to receive an advanced Russian-made anti-aircraft system by year-end that could help fend off any preemptive strikes against its nuclear facilities, senior Israeli defence sources said on Wednesday.
TEHRAN, July 22 (UPI) -- A University of Illinois law professor says he has offered to represent Iran if it decides to sue the United States over threatened nuclear program sanctions.
Burns did not meet or speak with separately any member of the Iranian delegation, the spokesman added.
The Guardian has learned that an announcement will be made in the next month to establish a US interests section - a halfway house to setting up a full embassy. The move will see US diplomats stationed in the country. (Do you feel better???)