Will the U.S. Attack Iran?

There is a looming crisis with Iran being generated by the Bush administration and using the same methods of lying to the American people and juicing up intelligence reports by distorting the facts to fit in with preconceived ideas as was used to justify the invasion of Iraq. So, just what is going on?


US war plans for Iran may be irreversible

After separate meetings with President Bashar Assad of Syria, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei declared Muslim unity and resistance against US-Israeli conspiracies in the Middle East urgent matters for all Muslims in the region to rally around.


Bush's Threats Against Iran Are Pushing Up Oil Prices

President Bush's tough talk with Iran, like his rhetoric prior to invading Iraq, is racheting up oil prices around the world and picking the pockets of American motorists.


The Final Punch: Removing Iran from the New Middle East Equation

The configuration of the New Middle East — as envisaged by US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during the Israeli war against Lebanon in July-August 2006, most certainly has no place for more than one regional power broker, namely Israel.


Escalating Threats of U.S. Attacks Against Iran

The Bush administration is significantly ratcheting up its threats against Iran, in the context of arguing about a battle between “moderates” and “extremists” in the region.


Hardware King Bush Hits Iran For Peddling Arms

Even if he's not lying this time, President Bush's outrage over Iran's Quds Force supplying armor-piercing weapons to Iraq's 'insurgents' rings hollow coming from the world's Number One Merchant of Death.


Iran War Talking Points

Aiding a nation against a foreign invasion is not grounds for war. The US aided France against Germany and still brags about it. WMD possession is not grounds for war. The US has more of them than anyone.


Iran Lies

They've got solid proof, and they're even being extra careful in presenting it to us, because we were so hard on them last time.  In fact, you can tell just how careful these senior officials are being from the fact that in all the articles in all the newspapers, so many of them (or is it all one guy?) are never identified by name.


Countdown for Iran: When Commonsense is Nonsense 

The relationship between Iran and the United States is one of peculiar temperament: intense but accommodating at times, barefaced and seemingly self-destructive at others. 


Replay of duplicity

Tony Blair's claim that 'nobody's talking about military intervention in respect of Iran' is reminiscent of his duplicity in the run-up to the invasion of Iraq.

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