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Toning Down the Rhetoric on Iran

Irancove @ July 5, 2008 # 5 Comments

According to Swoop: Tensions continue to grow over Tehran’s nuclear ambitions and covert agenda in Iraq. While the drumbeat of the Administration’s rhetoric has risen and fallen, Tehran’s non-acceptance of the latest P5+1 incentives plan and tougher EU financial sanctions have increased the confrontation’s temperature. As we have previously indicated, the current crisis is made […]

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US Supporting Terrorist Groups Against Iran

Irancove @ July 5, 2008 # 7 Comments

Via Independent.co.uk: The balancing act has become more difficult for Iraq since George Bush successfully requested $400m (£200m) from Congress last year to fund covert operations aimed at destabilising the Iranian leadership. Some of these operations are likely to be launched from Iraqi territory with the help of Iranian militants opposed to Tehran. The most […]

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Ron Paul: Members of Congress Openly Talk About Nuking Iran

Irancove @ July 5, 2008 # 3 Comments

Ron Paul: Congressman Ron Paul has warned millions of radio listeners that the US is heading into a deadly confrontation with Iran, revealing his disbelief at members of Congress who have openly voiced support for a pre-emptive nuclear strike on the country. “If we do (attack) it is going to be a disaster,” the Congressman […]

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