Sunday, February 11, 2007

Deadlies bomb so far is being made in Iran

Sunday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
Deadliest Bomb in Iraq Is Made by Iran, U.S. Says. [What they are saying when they say "US Say" is that they don't believe facts. Idiots.]
  • The New York Times reported that the most lethal weapon directed against American troops in Iraq is an explosive-packed cylinder that United States intelligence asserts is being supplied by Iran.
Lawmakers See Iran Explosives.
  • Forbes reported that U.S. military commanders in Iraq have shown members of Congress explosive devices that bear Iranian markings as evidence Tehran is supplying Iraqi militants with bombs.
Surprising partners among Tehran's layer of alliances.
  • The Guardian reported that Iranian intelligence is thought to be providing some money and training to the Taliban and giving safe passage for jihadists traveling from the Iraqi to the Afghan front.
Al-Qaeda Suspects Color White House Debate Over Iran.
  • The Washington Post reported that last week, the CIA sent an urgent report to President Bush's National Security Council: Iranian authorities had arrested two al-Qaeda operatives traveling through Iran on their way from Pakistan to Iraq.
Putin says Iran should fully answer IAEA questions.
  • Reuters reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday he failed to understand why Iran had not answered all the U.N. nuclear watchdog's questions about its nuclear program.
Merkel: World determined to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
  • reported that German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said the international community was determined to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
Iran says talks can end atom standoff.
  • Reuters reported that Iran insisted on Saturday an escalating dispute with the West over its nuclear activity could be resolved by negotiation as its security chief arrived in Germany for meetings with European Union leaders.
The Guardian claims: Despite Denials, Pentagon Plans for Possible Attack on Iran are Well Advanced.
  • The Guardian claimed that US preparations for an air strike against Iran are at an advanced stage, in spite of repeated public denials by the Bush administration.
Here are six news items you may have missed.
  • Iran Press News reported that the Italian center left newspaper La Republica in a report from Tehran wrote that the oppressed and exhausted people of Iran express their hatred for the Mullahs on the streets of Iran by openly castigating and verbally abusing them as they blame the Mullahs for the general chaos in Iran.
  • Iran Press News reported that Eid-Ali Karimi, the workers representative from Ghazvin said: "On Tuesday, February 6th, 350 workers from the Pousheeneh-Baaft factory spent the night in front of the presidential offices."
  • Iran Press News reported that on Monday morning, February 5th, more than 1000 workers from Pars Leon factory in the town of Khorramabad began a hunger strike; the workers have gone on strike in order to protest the lack of proper factory management, as well as the provincial officials' neglect.
  • Iran Press News reported that the Islamic consultative assembly, in an official letter to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced the new law codifying apparel and dress.
  • Matthias K√ľntzel, The Weekly Standard argued that up until now, Holocaust deniers have wanted to revise the past. Today, they want to shape the future: to prepare the way for the next Holocaust.
  • Pajamas Media interviewed Michael Ledeen to discuss all things Iran . Listen to the real story on UN sanctions, the EU-3, Hezbollah, nukes, Iraq interference, and regime change.
Thank you, Doctor Zin and Team, for this news. al-Qaida, bombs, and chaos, and the NY Times wants the people to hate OUR president? I don't think so! At least not for that. I also doubt if the IAEA is useful in any way, shape or form; but we'll see. As the clock ticks...