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Seeking Daylight Between US and Israel

Seeking Daylight Between US and Israel

On Monday, Mitt Romney addressed 400 cadets and invited guests in Lexington at the Virginia Military Institute, in what was billed as a major foreign policy address and vowed to “change course in the Middle East” and that the President’s responsibility is “to use America’s great power to shape history—not to lead from behind, leaving […]

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Netanyahu at UN

The Assembly Line Culture

My father managed a branch of a steel pipe making company in Pennsylvania. I was about ten or 11 the first time he took me on a tour of his company. Seeing the molten steel being poured from the furnaces looked very impressive to me as a young boy. In those days, steel pipe was […]

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BEYOND NUCLEAR: Mordechai Vanunu

The Bomb: Bibi, Bob and Vanunu

At the United Nations on Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu pointed to his bomb and red line regarding Iran and he put me in mind of Bob Dylan, “The only person you have to think twice about lying to is either yourself or to God.”       Bibi managed to deflect attention from Israel’s […]

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Arab Spring, Iran, America's Autumn and Israel’s WMD

Arab Spring, Iran, America’s Autumn and Israel’s WMD

On the second morning of Autumn, AIPAC praised the efforts of Sens. Graham (R-SC), Lieberman (I-CT), Casey (D-PA), and 80 additional cosponsors, who passed resolution [SJ41] by 90 to 1, to affirm the “vital national interest of the United States to prevent the Government of Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability.” The senators echoed […]

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Behind the Deepening Crisis with Iran: The Real Story Versus the Cover Story

By Mark H Gaffney February 21, 2012 “Information Clearing House” Recently, President Obama imposed new sanctions on Iran which according to reports have been very effective, causing a sudden major devaluation of Iran’s currency. The Iranians correctly understand that they are under attack, and have threatened to respond by closing the strait of Hormuz, through which […]

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karrar long range drone

Delaying Apocalypse: Iran Announces Missile Drones

The Unbearable Speed of Modern Times New level of deterrence achieved There aren’t many reasons for praising the violent epoch we live in; the most violent states in human history claim being egalitarian and kind, while in fact they persecute everybody daring to efficiently criticize them. Their violent presidents receive Peace Nobel Prizes and congratulate […]

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Why the Western media are angry at Tehran NAM summit

The 16th summit of the Non-Aligned Movement in Tehran was unquestionably a diplomatic triumph for Iran, and the Western politicians know this very well. Perhaps it’s in this context that the frustration and annoyance of the Western state-run mainstream media at the Tehran summit can be explained. During the one-week meetings of the experts, foreign […]

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Ileana Ross-Lehtinen

A Profile in Treason

A Face to Launch 1,000 Ships? No, not Helen but Ileana, not of Troy, but of the Tribe, and not ships but missiles. Ileana Ross-Lehtinen wants Iran destroyed for the “security” of Israel. Ileana Ross-Lehtinen, whom Alan Hart called the “zionist lobby’s First Lady” and “Zionist lobby’s chief stooge,” provides an emblematic case study of […]

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Tehran NAM Summit: The Failure of Anti-Iranian Plots

The 16th summit of the Non-Aligned Movement kicked off in the Iranian capital of Tehran on August 25 and the heads of state and government of the 120-member organization are slated to meet on August 30 and 31 to discuss the most important international developments ranging from the violence and crisis in Syria and the […]

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Bahai Gardens at Carmel

IDF: Home Front Command not ready for war with Iran

Open letter to the IAF pilots chosen to strike Iran urges them to refuse order Along the Narrow Path delimited in our times by file transfer protocols and similar informatics’ terms, one may find unlikely allies from time to time, even among Israel’s secular left wing and IDF generals. Two days ago, I published Will […]

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Israel vs Iran

Attack Israel, Not Iran!

Last time Iran invaded a country was 216 years ago when the Persian shah, Agha Mohammad Khan, invaded the nation of Georgia. That’s still a great track record, especially compared to other nations. Israel has repeatedly attacked and invaded numerous countries, and continues to this day to illegally occupy land from three neigboring nations. Iran […]

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Resistance Revived: Victory In The Lebanon

THE QANA MASSACRE Qana, Lebanon, April 18th 1996. It was at Qana when I first realised what we were up against: Some of the bodies were so badly burnt that U.N. troops seemed to have to pull them apart like weathered strips of Velcro: Palestinian children, mostly infants, had been burnt alive in a craven […]

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The war on Iran is already underway

Economic sanctions, psychological warfare, media propaganda, threats and assassinations; what other sort of evidence one may need to believe that the United States, Israel and their European allies have already started their much liked war against Iran and that this unjustifiable war is taking its toll on the innocent, ordinary Iranian citizens? They say that […]

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Food items are placed in trolleys as customers stand in line to pay for their goods in Tehran

Ordinary citizens: the silent victims of anti-Iranian sanctions

While the United States and European Union are vehemently competing with each other in the seemingly endless race of imposing sanctions on Iran, the ordinary Iranian citizens are experiencing the most breathtaking, agonizing impacts of the crippling embargoes. On July 31, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) sent a letter to all members of […]

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The Green City of Tehran

Groovy film about Iran – it looks a really nice place. This week Yara Elmjouyee will show Tehran’s green areas as well as its old and magnificent sycamores or as they know it in Farsi, Chenar. Published on Jul 30, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews

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