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Monday, September 01, 2008

Iran News

By Philip Sherwell in New York and William Lowther in Washington

US intelligence fears the Kremlin will supply the sophisticated S-300 system to Tehran if Washington pushes through Nato membership for its pro-Western neighbours Georgia and Ukraine.
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Posted 31/8/2008 @ 9:38:2 GMT
Report: Israel Won't Allow a Nuclear Iran
Israel will not allow Iran to attain nuclear capability and if time begins to run out, Jerusalem will not hesitate to take whatever means necessary to prevent Iran from achieving its nuclear goals, the government has recently decided in a special discussion. more

Posted 31/8/2008 @ 9:26:51 GMT
Iran Confrontation Coming
After four years of intense but ineffective diplomacy Israel and the U.S. will soon decide whether or not the murderous mullahs of Iran will get the bomb. Steps short of war are still possible, but time is running out. Iran is heavily dependent on gasoline imports. A blockade would quickly bring the enfeebled Iranian economy to its knees. Unemployment is high, and not even burgeoning oil revenue is enough to buy off the populace. Even the French oil company Total is pulling out. more

Posted 31/8/2008 @ 9:16:56 GMT
Youth Culture is Eroding Iran's Anti-Americanism
TEHRAN -- They file in slowly, patiently submitting to body searches - men in one line, black-clad, head-scarved women in another. Most are poor, old, or very young, and most are ready for some America-bashing. more

Posted 31/8/2008 @ 9:7:25 GMT
'Iran Plotting Gaza Cease-fire Demise'
Iran is mobilizing Islamic Jihad in Gaza in an effort to sabotage the cease-fire between Hamas and Israel, the London-based Arabic daily Al-Quds al-Arabi claimed in a report on Friday. Hours after the report appeared, a spokesman for Islamic Jihad's al-Quds Brigades in Gaza, Abu Anas, warned on Saturday evening that the truce's end was nearing. more

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