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Tuesday, September 09, 2008

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Posted 9/9/2008 @ 8:45:41 GMT
Israeli Minister: It's OK to Kidnap Iran President
An Israeli Cabinet minister and onetime spy who helped kidnap Nazi mastermind Adolf Eichmann and bring him to trial thinks the same tactic could be used on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. more

Posted 8/9/2008 @ 21:12:9 GMT
Gearing Up to Strike Iran
According to a recent article (in Hebrew) in the Israeli daily Maariv, Israel’s top political and security officials have taken a decision to attack Iran’s nuclear program if nothing else is done to halt it. more

Posted 8/9/2008 @ 14:37:35 GMT
Iran Nuclear Reactor Launch 'Irreversible' by February
MOSCOW -- The start-up of the first reactor at Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant will be "irreversible" by February next year, a senior Russian nuclear official was quoted by ITAR-TASS news agency as saying Monday. more

Posted 8/9/2008 @ 14:33:51 GMT
Al-Qaeda Video Rounds on Iran
Al-Qaeda has released a new video accusing Iran of giving way to the US in Afghanistan and Iraq. more

Posted 8/9/2008 @ 9:59:1 GMT
Russia May Push Forward with S-300 Sales to Iran
MOSCOW -- Russia may proceed with plans to sell advanced S-300 air defense systems to Iran under a secret contract believed to have been signed in 2005, a Russian analyst said on Monday. more

Posted 8/9/2008 @ 9:54:34 GMT
Dealing in Damascus
Syria desires to return to its place in the heart of the Arab world. The possibilities of peace with Israel, security for Bashar al-Assad’s regime, and development aid make for a good deal for the Syrians. A successful Damascus deal could entice Iran next, argues Rami G. Khouri. more

Posted 8/9/2008 @ 9:32:14 GMT
Iran, China Thailand Launch Satellite
TEHRAN -- A joint research satellite of China, Iran and Thailand was launched on a Chinese rocket yesterday aimed at boosting co-operation on natural disasters such as earthquakes, an Iranian minister said yesterday. more

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