Israel Wants Syria and Iran, Crushed
Posted: Thursday, September 19, 2013
Iran Dismisses Reports on Closure of Fordo Enrichment Facility
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi vehemently denied recent media claims that the Iranian president has ordered the closure of the country's Fordo enrichment facility.
Israel Wants Syria and Iran, Crushed
President Barack Obama may have drawn his seemingly regretted "red line" around Syria's chemical weapons, but it was neither he nor the international community that turned the spotlight on their use. That task fell to Israel.
New York Times on Syria: All the propaganda fit to print
Syria's New Game: The Russian Factor
Many US media commentators were fairly accurate in labeling some of the language used by Russian President Vladimir Putin in a New York Times article as "hypocritical". But mainstream US media should be the last to point out anyone's hypocrisy as it has brazenly endorsed every military intervention unleashed by their country since World War II.
Talented Mr Kerry Backslides on Russian Deal over Syrian Chemicals
Standing together and sharing smiles with his Russian "friend" at the conclusion of talks in Geneva last Sunday, Kerry said: "The United States and Russia are committed to remove chemical weapons from Syria." Kerry also added that "there was no military solution" to the crisis. What a turnaround that seemed by Kerry-the-peacenik-turned-warrior.
Syria crisis: West backs down on demand for threat of war in UN resolution
The move means intervention in the conflict is unlikely in the near future
Syria gives Russia 'new evidence' rebels behind chemical attack
Russia said Wednesday the Syrian regime had handed over new evidence implicating rebels in a deadly poison gas attack, as divisions reemerged between Moscow and the West after a landmark deal to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons.
Russia demands 'immediate return' of UN inspectors to Syria
Russia says U.N. report on Syria attack preconceived, political
Russia denounced U.N. investigators' findings on a poison gas attack in Syria as preconceived and tainted by politics on Wednesday, stepping up its criticism of a report Western nations said proved President Bashar al-Assad's forces were responsible.
Chemical weapon disposal will take a year, cost $1 bln -Assad
US: Syria Might Miss Kerry-Mandated Disclosure Date
Real Chemical Weapons Convention Date Still Weeks Away
Most Reported Deaths in Syria Have Not Been Committed by Assad Forces
Americans, Europeans oppose Syria intervention: poll
Americans Were War-Weary Long Before Iraq
Counting the Costs of Obama's Libya and Syria Blunders
There's an unhealthy dose of '80s nostalgia in the media reaction to the emerging Vladimir Putin-brokered settlement of the Syrian chemical weapons attack crisis.
'Should there be a need': The inside story of Israel's chemical and biological arsenal
What weapons does the Jewish state possess? Why did it seek them? And could Assad's apparent capitulation prompt calls for a wider cleansing?
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Libya to move Gadhafi's son to Tripoli, setting stage for trial over murder, other charges
Sanctions will not deter Zim — Khaya Moyo
Zimbabwe will continue to pursue its people-oriented policies and will not be deterred by the maintenance of illegal sanctions imposed by some Western powers, Zanu-PF national chairman Cde Simon Khaya Moyo has said.
Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis was 'not happy with America,' friend says