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Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:37 am    Post subject: Jewish lobbying groups now beating the war drums for Iran

“Hawkish Israeli Lobby Wants War with Iran!”

http://baltimore.indymedia.org/newswire/display/12448/index.php


Military Attack against Iran Now Imminent :

http://www.israelnn.com/news.php3?id=96976

A high-risk game of nuclear chicken

http://www.sibernews.com/the-news/world-news/a-high%11risk-game-of-nuclear-chicken-200601313615/

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Ex-Pentagon man gets 12 years in AIPAC case
(but hardly any coverage in US media/press - Lou Dobbs had the courage to briefly mention it at the beginning of his program today on January 20th, 2006):

http://www.warwithoutend.co.uk/wake-up-america-your-government-is-hijacked-by-zionism/2006/01/20/ex-pentagon-man-gets-12-years-in-aipac-case.php

http://nomorewarforisrael.blogspot.com



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Subject: Jewish lobbying groups now beating the war drums for Iran

Al-Ahram Weekly Online : Located at:

http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2006/778/re6.htm

Groundhog day in Washington

Mustafa El-Labbad analyses the context of a time of reckoning for Iran while Emad Mekay catalogues efforts of Washington's right-wing lobbyists and think tanks to prepare the way for war

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After Iran decided last week to resume research at a nuclear facility following a two- year moratorium, the mood in Washington looked eerily reminiscent of the months preceding the 2003 US invasion of Iraq, though with two differences. The first was that the word "Iraq" was replaced by "Iran". The second is that the high-riding rhetoric of the US establishment before March 2003 was absent, the administration speaking in restrained terms without clear threat of military action.

Nonetheless, reading between the lines, efforts towards winning over a war-weary US public for a possible confrontation with Iran are well underway. The strategy was clearly at work this week with the spate of condemnations of Iran's nuclear programme drumming up fears among Americans. "This is an increasingly significant problem that the world is going to have to address," Vice President Dick Cheney told the Tony Snow radio programme on 11 January.

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Iran "crossed the threshold" by reactivating its research work and threatened Tehran with isolation -- à la Saddam Hussein -- while not forgetting to sympathise with the Iranian people. "I would hope that seeing the very powerful reaction of the international community, Iran would now take a step back and look at the isolation that it is about to experience," Rice told reporters on 12 January. "The Iranian people, frankly, deserve better."

Speaking in a joint press conference with conservative German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President George W Bush said a nuclear Iran was unacceptable and he singled out Israel for special US concern. "I want to remind you that the current president of Iran has announced that the destruction of Israel is an important part of their agenda, and that's unacceptable," Bush said. "And the development of a nuclear weapon, it seems likely to me, would make them a step closer to achieving that objective," he added.

A number of influential US lawmakers soon flamboyantly joined the foray. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham told Fox News Sunday that military intervention shouldn't be ruled out while Senator John McCain, another influential Republican, told CBS television's Face the Nation the same day that "the military option is the last option but cannot be taken off of the table."

Behind this tough line from US decision makers came an array of cheerleading from think tanks, lobbying groups and media organisations -- the same network that was instrumental in rallying public support for the US invasion of Iraq in 2003.

Pro-Israel groups and organisations have been particularly vociferous in their lobbying for a more hard-line US position against Tehran. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), which had only a month ago criticised the US position towards Iran as too lenient when the administration accepted a Russian proposal to defuse the crisis with Iran, has called for renewed effort to stop Tehran gaining nuclear technology. The group now fronts a special file on Iran entitled "Decades of Deception: Iran's Pursuit of Nuclear Weapons" on its Web site. Visitors are greeted with the lobbying group's pledge: "Iran must be stopped before it develops nuclear weapons."

AIPAC is credited for pushing Congress and the administration towards a number of legislative initiatives hostile to Iran and for placing Tehran's nuclear programme at the top of the international agenda.

Another pro-Israel group, the American Jewish Congress (AJC), says it too is intensifying efforts to convince the international community of the need to stand up against Iran. "The resumption of their nuclear programme is an affront to the international community, and a threat to Israel, and to every other nation in the range of their missiles," AJC President Paul Miller, said in a statement. "The international community must take the steps necessary to prevent Iran form developing nuclear weapons," he added.

The American Jewish Committee, a third group, launched a new campaign this year to push world leaders to adopt a set of measures penalising Iran, some of them borrowed from policies buttressed by Israel and the United States on Saddam Hussein's regime for years under UN sanctions. These include convincing countries to recall diplomatic envoys to Tehran, expelling Iranian diplomats, suspending Iran from a range of international organisations, and imposing economic sanctions.

Like the Iraq invasion scenario, a number of think tanks whose experts flood television stations and newspaper columns back this lobbying-cum-professional political activism sold to the US public as analysis. The Brookings Institution, for example -- an integral part of the intellectual padding of US foreign policy and whose Middle East programme is now increasingly pro-Israel -- devoted its email alert on Monday to what it calls "Iran's defiance".

Some of the Washington-based institution's media-savvy activists, who had previously preached a military invasion of Iraq, have now urged Washington to consider military strikes against Iran. Kenneth M Pollack ( http://www.warwithoutend.co.uk/wake-up-america-your-government-is-hijacked-by-zionism/2005/08/18/u-s-diplomat-is-named-in-aipac-secrets-case.php ), director of research at the Saban Centre on Middle East Policy told a Congressional hearing in September that the US should study the possibility of waging a targeted air campaign aimed at Iran's nuclear facilities as a last resort.

The Saban Centre is funded by a grant from Haim Saban ( http://tinyurl.com/crys7 ), an Egyptian-born Israeli American billionaire who made his money in the entertainment business. Martin Indyk, a staunchly pro-Israel former US diplomat who once served as US ambassador to Israel, directs it.

More obvious, perhaps, is the work of the American Enterprise Institute, a bastion for neoconservatives, and that of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, an offshoot of AIPAC now advised by former US Middle East Envoy Dennis Ross ( http://www.IRmep.org/jm.wmv and http://representativepress.blogspot.com/2005/08/gorilla-in-room-is-us-support-for.html ). The two organisations cooperated in publishing a book last week: Eternal Iran: Continuity and Chaos by Michael Rubin, a researcher at the AEI, and Patrick Clawson, deputy director of the Institute for Near East Policy. The book, an archetypal work of pro-Israel activism in Washington, urges the West not to take the Islamic republic's stability for granted and refuels Western concerns over ethnic and religious minorities, conditions for women in Iran, as well as the country's nuclear programme.

Rubin has written in neoconservative publications such as the New Republic, The Wall Street Journal and The Jerusalem Post and Middle East Quarterly while Clawson hasn't shied in his media appearances from advocating military action against Syria and Iran.

Similar to events preceding the Iraq war, the campaign is crunching up media space in America also. The right-wing editorial pages of The Wall Street Journal responded to Iran's resumption of nuclear research by drawing a vague link between Saddam Hussein and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. "As we learned in dealing with Saddam Hussein, so too with Mr Ahmadinejad: Eventually, there's a price to be paid for trafficking in unserious consequences," the editorial read.

More indicative of all is how William Kristol, editor of the neo-conservative ( http://www.amconmag.com/03_24_03/cover.html ) publication The Weekly Standard, entitled in his column: "And now Iran."


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Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006 21:27:49 -0800
From: "Jeff Blankfort" <jblankfort@earthlink.net>

Subject: USNews.com: Mortimer B. Zuckerman on Moscow's mad gamble to help Iran with its nuclear ambitions (1/30/06)


"Military action, such as bombing the Iranian plants with cruise missiles and strike aircraft, would be justified in the circumstances. But that is hugely difficult politically, and covert action is very difficult operationally.
"Still, the risks may have to be taken because the alternative is so awful. There may now be a window of opportunity for effective preventive action, but this window is more likely to be measured in months than years." MORTIMER ZUCKERMAN


Zuckerman, who also owns the NY Post and the Atlantic Monthly, was formerly the chair of the Conference on Presidents of the Major Jewish American Organizations. In the buildup to the Iraq war he was once of the first to call for the overthrow of Saddam in a war the the lobby fully supported. Now, having paid no price or even a mention for his role in that disaster, he is once again part of a Zionist full court press to push the US into another, potentially much more devastating war, an effort that is hardly a secret. Why is there NO discussion of this among the leading spokespersons of the left? Does the spurious charge of "anti-semitism" still have their tongues still tied in knots?



http://www.usnews.com/usnews/opinion/articles/060130/30edit.htm



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Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006 21:27:49 -0800
From: "Jeff Blankfort" <jblankfort@earthlink.net>

Subject: USNews.com: Mortimer B. Zuckerman on Moscow's mad gamble to help Iran with its nuclear ambitions (1/30/06)


"Military action, such as bombing the Iranian plants with cruise missiles and strike aircraft, would be justified in the circumstances. But that is hugely difficult politically, and covert action is very difficult operationally.
"Still, the risks may have to be taken because the alternative is so awful. There may now be a window of opportunity for effective preventive action, but this window is more likely to be measured in months than years." MORTIMER ZUCKERMAN


Zuckerman, who also owns the NY Post and the Atlantic Monthly, was formerly the chair of the Conference on Presidents of the Major Jewish American Organizations. In the buildup to the Iraq war he was once of the first to call for the overthrow of Saddam in a war the the lobby fully supported. Now, having paid no price or even a mention for his role in that disaster, he is once again part of a Zionist full court press to push the US into another, potentially much more devastating war, an effort that is hardly a secret. Why is there NO discussion of this among the leading spokespersons of the left? Does the spurious charge of "anti-semitism" still have their tongues still tied in knots?



http://www.usnews.com/usnews/opinion/articles/060130/30edit.htm

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Letter to the Editor: Re Krauthammer Beating Drums for War:

http://www1.pressdemocrat.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060123/NEWS/60123005/1044/OPINION02&template=printart

pressdemocrat.com

This is a printer friendly version of an article from www.pressdemocrat.com


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Article published - Jan 23, 2006

Letters to the Editor
Costly errors
EDITOR: Not even slightly apologetic for having beat the drums for the United States invasion of Iraq, perhaps the worst foreign policy disaster in our history, columnist Charles Krauthammer (Wednesday) now suggests we compound that costly error by launching a military strike against Iran, a country four times larger with a military considerably more powerful that what the United States faced in Iraq. What Krauthammer and other neocon chicken hawks seem unable to understand is that should the United States or Israel, with U.S. approval, attack Iran's nuclear facilities, there is little doubt that the new Iraqi army, composed mainly of pro-Iranian Shia, will turn their guns on the U.S. troops and what will happen then will make the current situation in Iraq seem like a garden party.

Moreover, it is likely that Iran will use its military and Navy to block the Persian Gulf and interrupt the vital flow of oil to Europe and to the West. If some of our fellow citizens don't care about the additional lives that will be lost in such an adventure, perhaps the thought of gas at $6 or $7 a gallon, if it is even available, might get their attention.

JEFF BLANKFORT

Ukiah

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Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006 21:07:57 -0800
From: "Jeff Blankfort" <jblankfort@earthlink.net>

Subject: Telegraph | News | Iran extends nuclear plant in secret


Remember those aerial photos of Iraq that were shown before the attack on Iraq? Well, it worked once... We are supposed to believe that these buildings were constructed in secret, maybe because they didn't employ Bechtel. and that the Iranians were not aware that the US has been taking satellite pictures of Iran for years. This article was distributed at the top of its Daily Alert to Congress and Capitol Hill today by the Conf. of Pres. of Major Jewish American Organizations as part of the lobby's push to get the US to attack Iran.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/01/22/wiran22.xml

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Neoconservatism as a Jewish Movement:

For more on JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) Zionist Michael Ledeen and other Israel first traitors to America like him, scroll down to the 'Neoconservatism as a Jewish Movement' essay (by professor Kevin MacDonald of California State University, Long Beach) which is linked at the following URL (be sure to read the 'Thinking about Neoconservatism' article which is linked there as well):

Neoconservatism as a Jewish Movement:

http://www.warwithoutend.co.uk/wake-up-america-your-government-is-hijacked-by-zionism/2005/04/06/neoconservatism-as-a-jewish-movement.php

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Alpha
Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:38 am    Post subject: More war for Israel coming with the bombing of Iran

More war for Israel coming with the bombing of Iran:

http://www.warwithoutend.co.uk/wake-up-america-your-government-is-hijacked-by-zionism/2006/01/14/more-war-for-israel-coming-with-bombing-of-iran.php
Alpha
Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 10:23 am    Post subject:

How convenient as the following would be right in accordance with the 'A Clean Break' (war for Israel) agenda that esteemed US intelligence author James Bamford discusses on pages 261-269/321 of his 'A Pretext for War' book (the recently released paperback version of 'A Pretext for War' discusses - on page 403 - the AIPAC/Israel espionage via the Pentagon which the serving Israel first US press/media is hardly covering either):

'A Clean Break' (war for Israel) agenda (from pages 261-269 of James Bamford's 'A Pretext for War' book - scroll down to such at the following URL):

http://www.warwithoutend.co.uk/wake-up-america-your-government-is-hijacked-by-zionism/2005/02/11/a-clean-break-from-james-bamford-s-a-pretext-for-war.php


Iran and Syria behind Tel Aviv bomb: Israel's Mofaz
By Ori Lewis
Fri Jan 20, 1:50 AM ET



Israel's defense minister accused Iran and Syria of being directly responsible for Thursday's suicide bombing in Tel Aviv which wounded 30 people, newspaper reports said on Friday.

The Haaretz daily reported that Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz said Israeli authorities had "decisive proof that that the attack in Tel Aviv was a direct result of the Axis of Terror that operates between Iran and Syria."

Mofaz was also quoted as saying that Iran had funded the attack while the operational orders to the suicide bomber, who came from the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, were issued at the Islamic Jihad headquarters in Damascus.

Hebrew daily Yedioth Ahronoth quoted Mofaz as saying that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, who is on a two-day visit to Syria, was holding a "terrorism summit" with his host, President Bashar al-Assad.

Army Radio reported that Israel had already shared the evidence of Iran's and Syria's involvement with officials in the United States, Europe and Egypt.

Islamic Jihad, which is sworn to Israel's destruction, claimed responsibility for the Tel Aviv bombing, the first in the Jewish state since an 11-month truce expired at the end of last year.

The bombing raised tensions five days before a Palestinian election and confronted interim Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert with a major test.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said the attack was aimed at sabotaging the January 25 parliamentary election. Violence could complicate the poll, in which the militant group Hamas is expected to make a strong showing against his Fatah movement.

Hours after the attack, Israeli troops killed a Palestinian on the side of a road near the West Bank city of Hebron, the army and Palestinian security sources said.

An army spokesman said soldiers fired at two Palestinians who had lit a petrol bomb, killing one man. They arrested the other.

Abbas, who engineered the truce to help smooth the way for Israel's Gaza withdrawal in September, said the bombing was a "flagrant violation" of the truce and was aimed to try to derail the Palestinian vote.

"Whoever stands behind this operation will be pursued," he told reporters in Ramallah.

Authorities said the bomber was the only fatality but one person was in serious condition. The other injuries were mostly light to moderate, medics said.

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http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/674719.html

Last update - 19:32 25/01/2006


Iran: Israel will be put in 'eternal coma' if it attacks nuclear sites

By News Agencies

TEHRAN, Iran - Were Israel to attack Iran's nuclear facilities, Iran would respond so strongly that it would put the Jewish state into "an eternal coma" like Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's, the Iranian defense minister said Wednesday.

Earlier this week, Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz has said Israel would not accept Iran's acquiring nuclear weapons under any circumstances. He stopped short of threatening a military strike against Iran - as Israel destroyed an unfinished Iraqi nuclear reactor in 1981 - but he said Israel was preparing for the possible failure of diplomatic negotiations with Iran.

A newscaster on Iranian state television read out a response from Iran's minister of defense, Gen. Mostafa Mohammad Najjar, on Wednesday.



"Zionists should know that if they do anything evil against Iran, the response of Iran's armed forces will be so firm that it will send them into eternal coma, like Sharon," Najjar said.

Sharon suffered a massive stroke on January 4 and has been in a coma ever since.

Najjar said the United States and Israel have been trying to frighten Iran, but neither country would dare attack to Iran.

Israel views Iran as its biggest threat and has joined the U.S. in accusing the Islamic republic of trying to produce a nuclear bomb.

Iran denies the allegation and says the sole aim of its nuclear program is to generate electricity.

Iran has been under increasing international pressure to halt its nuclear program. On January 10, Iran broke the seals of the United Nations nuclear agency at its main uranium enrichment plant and resumed small-scale enrichment - a process that can produce the fuel for nuclear reactors or the material for atomic bombs.

The step provoked strong protests in Europe, which has been negotiating with Iran, and the U.S. It also sparked moves to refer Iran's nuclear file to the UN Security Council, which could impose sanctions on the country.

Israel has consistently refrained from confirming press reports that it has about 200 nuclear warheads deployed on ballistic missiles, aircraft and submarines.

UN Security Council members to meet Monday on Iran
Foreign ministers of the five permanent UN Security Council members and Germany will meet on Monday to seek consensus on Iran's disputed atomic work before a meeting of the UN nuclear watchdog, a senior diplomat said.

He said Britain, China, France, Russia, the United States and Germany would strive to overcome differences before the 35-nation board of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) holds an emergency meeting on Iran in Vienna on Feb. 2.

The United States and its European allies want the IAEA to refer Iran to the Security Council for possible sanctions. Russia and China are urging caution, preferring something like an IAEA statement of concern about Iran without a referral now.

"There are still differences, certainly, and things are still in flux, but we are not too far apart. We need to agree on a common approach," the senior diplomat said, asking not to be identified because of the delicacy of current consultations.

The New York Times reported from Vienna that IAEA officials had flown to Tehran on Tuesday where it said they would give Iran a last chance to cooperate fully with the agency's demands on the country's past nuclear activities.

It quoted agency officials as saying Olli Heinonen, deputy director general for safeguards, would press demands for access to a former military site in Tehran, information about Iran's dealings with an international nuclear black market and information about possible work related to nuclear weapons.

Britain, France and Germany, negotiating with Iran on behalf of the European Union with U.S. support, broke off talks this month after Tehran removed IAEA seals on uranium enrichment equipment and announced it was resuming nuclear fuel research.

The West suspects Iran of seeking nuclear weapons under cover of a civilian atomic program. Tehran denies this.


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Alpha
Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 10:42 am    Post subject:

Diane Feinstein authorized Bush to invade Iraq (and she is already warhawking about going after Iran as well and not ruling out the military option). Of course not all Jews support the Likudnik (war for Israel) JINSA/CSP/PNAC Neocon agenda out of AEI (American Enterprise Institute) from the ilk of Richard Perle, Bill Kristol, Michael Ledeen and company (Pat Buchanan discusses them in the following 'Whose War?' article):

http://www.amconmag.com/03_24_03/cover.html
Alpha
Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 7:03 pm    Post subject:

Syrian President Bashar Assad and his Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Thursday review the honour guard at Damascus Airport (AFP photo by Louai Beshara)

DAMASCUS (AFP) — Syrian President Bashar Assad and his Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Ahmadinejad closed ranks in talks between the two allies on Thursday, both nations facing growing international pressure.

"Iran has the right to build up nuclear technology for peaceful purposes," Assad said at a joint press conference after their meeting, in which he also called for Israel to renounce its alleged nuclear weapons arsenal.

"We also reject the pressure being exerted on this country" over its nuclear programme, the Syrian leader said.

"Israel is the only country which possesses nuclear arms in the region," said Assad, calling for a Middle East "without weapons of mass destruction.

"If WMD is the pretext of the West, then it should start with Israel."

Israel is widely believed to possess several hundred nuclear warheads, though it has never confirmed or denied having a nuclear arsenal.

"No country in the world should be prevented from having nuclear capacity for peaceful use. Countries which have opposed Iran's programme have no convincing argument, be it legal or logical," Assad said.

Iran and Syria were also united in their support for the resistance against Israel and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state, he said.

Ahmadinejad described his trip as producing "excellent results."

"Our relations are solid and deep-rooted and our countries have common positions," he said.

Ahmadinejad's trip to Damascus came two weeks ahead of an emergency meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency's 35-nation board on February 2, with the European Union and the United States seeking to refer Iran to the UN Security Council.

While Iran faces possible UN sanctions over its nuclear programme, Assad's regime is also increasingly isolated over its alleged involvement in former Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri's murder in February 2005.

Iran said this month it was halting a voluntary moratorium on sensitive uranium enrichment research — a step short of a process that could be extended to make the core of a nuclear weapon.

The Islamic republic insists it only wants to make reactor fuel to generate electricity, and asserts it has the right to do so under the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

On Lebanon, Assad said Syria and Iran wanted stability there but stressed "the need to support the resistance" to Israel, in reference to the Lebanese Shiite movement Hizbollah.

Tehran and Damascus both back Hizbollah, which is called on to disarm under UN Security Council Resolution 1559, adopted in September 2004.

Syria, the former power-broker in Lebanon, was opposed to "any interference in the internal affairs of Lebanon and its internationalisation," Assad said.

Iran and Syria are both under US sanctions for their alleged sponsorship of terrorism and quest for weapons of mass destruction. They also stand accused of playing a spoiling role in their shared neighbour Iraq.

Damascus' ties with neighbouring Lebanon have been increasingly strained since the Hariri assassination, which stirred an international outcry and led to Syria's military pullout from Lebanon last April after a 29-year deployment.

The UN probe into the murder has implicated top-level Syrian and Lebanese intelligence officials, and it has asked to interview Assad.

Syria has denied involvement and described the UN probe as biased, a position Iran's state-run press and government officials have consistently supported.

Apart from the nuclear dispute, Ahmadinejad has also made a series of anti-Israeli outbursts in recent months, describing the Jewish state as a "tumor" and calling for Israel to be "wiped off the map."

The alliance between Tehran and Damascus dates back to the Iran-Iraq war of 1980-1988 when Syria sided with the Islamic republic against Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.

Iranian investment in Syria has risen to $750 million, Ahmadinejad said, adding that a joint Syrian-Iranian commission is to meet in February to discuss economic projects.

Friday-Saturday, January 20-21, 2006
Alpha
Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 7:36 pm    Post subject: Military Attack against Iran Now Imminent

Military Attack against Iran Now Imminent :

http://www.israelnn.com/news.php3?id=96976
Alpha
Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 8:33 pm    Post subject: Ex-Pentagon man gets 12 years in AIPAC case

Ex-Pentagon man gets 12 years in AIPAC case (but no coverage in US media/press):

http://www.warwithoutend.co.uk/wake-up-america-your-government-is-hijacked-by-zionism/2006/01/20/ex-pentagon-man-gets-12-years-in-aipac-case.php

http://nomorewarforisrael.blogspot.com
Alpha
Posted: Sun Jan 22, 2006 6:10 pm    Post subject:

http://www.franklingate.com/ledeen_facism.htm
Alpha
Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:45 pm    Post subject: Joe, the Jew, Lieberman wants Iran bombed for Israel

http://www.libertyforum.org/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=news_news&Number=294357194
Alpha
Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 6:19 am    Post subject: Mortimer B. Zuckerman on Moscow's mad gamble to help Iran wi

Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006 21:27:49 -0800
From: "Jeff Blankfort" <jblankfort@earthlink.net>

Subject: USNews.com: Mortimer B. Zuckerman on Moscow's mad gamble to help Iran with its nuclear ambitions (1/30/06)


"Military action, such as bombing the Iranian plants with cruise missiles and strike aircraft, would be justified in the circumstances. But that is hugely difficult politically, and covert action is very difficult operationally.
"Still, the risks may have to be taken because the alternative is so awful. There may now be a window of opportunity for effective preventive action, but this window is more likely to be measured in months than years." MORTIMER ZUCKERMAN


Zuckerman, who also owns the NY Post and the Atlantic Monthly, was formerly the chair of the Conference on Presidents of the Major Jewish American Organizations. In the buildup to the Iraq war he was once of the first to call for the overthrow of Saddam in a war the the lobby fully supported. Now, having paid no price or even a mention for his role in that disaster, he is once again part of a Zionist full court press to push the US into another, potentially much more devastating war, an effort that is hardly a secret. Why is there NO discussion of this among the leading spokespersons of the left? Does the spurious charge of "anti-semitism" still have their tongues still tied in knots?



http://www.usnews.com/usnews/opinion/articles/060130/30edit.htm

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Letter to the Editor: Re Krauthammer Beating Drums for War:

http://www1.pressdemocrat.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060123/NEWS/60123005/1044/OPINION02&template=printart

pressdemocrat.com

This is a printer friendly version of an article from www.pressdemocrat.com


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Article published - Jan 23, 2006

Letters to the Editor
Costly errors
EDITOR: Not even slightly apologetic for having beat the drums for the United States invasion of Iraq, perhaps the worst foreign policy disaster in our history, columnist Charles Krauthammer (Wednesday) now suggests we compound that costly error by launching a military strike against Iran, a country four times larger with a military considerably more powerful that what the United States faced in Iraq. What Krauthammer and other neocon chicken hawks seem unable to understand is that should the United States or Israel, with U.S. approval, attack Iran's nuclear facilities, there is little doubt that the new Iraqi army, composed mainly of pro-Iranian Shia, will turn their guns on the U.S. troops and what will happen then will make the current situation in Iraq seem like a garden party.

Moreover, it is likely that Iran will use its military and Navy to block the Persian Gulf and interrupt the vital flow of oil to Europe and to the West. If some of our fellow citizens don't care about the additional lives that will be lost in such an adventure, perhaps the thought of gas at $6 or $7 a gallon, if it is even available, might get their attention.

JEFF BLANKFORT

Ukiah
 

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