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Monday, November 12, 2007

Bush to Go Public on Iran's Secret Nuclear Arms Activities

Bush to Go Public on Iran's Secret Nuclear Arms Activities : Posted 12/11/2007
President George W. Bush is developing a new strategy for tackling Iran’s determined pursuit of a nuclear weapons program. He sounded out French president Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on his new ideas when they came over separately for talks in the last few days. By DEBKAfile Exclusive Report : Read the Article

Rice: Iran Resolution Doesn't OK War : Posted 12/11/2007
WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Sunday she does not believe a Senate resolution authorizes President Bush to take military action against Iran. "There is nothing in this particular resolution that would suggest that from our point of view. And, clearly, the president has also made very clear that he's on a diplomatic path where Iran comes into focus," Rice said. By The Associated Press

US Strike on Iran 'Not Being Prepared' : Posted 12/11/2007
The Pentagon is not preparing a pre-emptive attack on Iran in spite of an increase in bellicose rhetoric from Washington, according to senior officers. Admiral William Fallon, head of Central Command, which oversees military operations in the Middle East, told the Financial Times that while dealing with Iran was a “challenge”, a strike was not “in the offing”. By The Financial Times

Iran: The Anti-democracy
The Islamic regime brutally stifles dissent and determines rights and privileges based on religion. By Los Angeles Times

Iran President Calls His Nuclear Critics : Posted 12/11/2007"Traitors"
TEHRAN -- President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Monday called critics of his country's disputed nuclear program "traitors" and vowed to expose their collaboration with Iran's enemies, state media reported. By Dow Jones Newswires

Iran Police Battle Sufi Muslims : Posted 12/11/2007
Around 180 Sufi Muslims have been arrested in Iran after attacking a Shia mosque where a cleric labelled their religion "illegitimate", say reports. The confrontation in the western city of Boroujerd led to a shootout between the Sufis and police that reportedly left about 80 people injured

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