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Posted 06 January 2008 - 04:52 PM

Pakistan on Sunday rejected a U.S. media report on U.S. covert operations in the tribal areas of Pakistan as "baseless".

The report, on New York Times Sunday edition, said that the U.S. President George Bush's senior national security advisers were debating whether to expand the authority of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the military to conduct far more aggressive covert operations in the tribal areas of Pakistan.

The debate was a response to intelligence reports that Al Qaeda and the Taliban were intensifying efforts there to destabilize the Pakistani government.

The New York Times said in its report that Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and a number of Bush's top national security advisers met Friday at the White House to discuss the proposal, which is part of a broad reassessment of the U.S. strategy after the assassination .

There was also talk of how to handle the period from now to the Feb. 18 elections in Pakistan, and the aftermath of those elections.

Pakistani Foreign Office spokesman Muhammad Sadiq said that he is not aware of any meeting mentioned by the New York Times.
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Posted 06 January 2008 - 05:03 PM

The Iraqi soldier who shot dead two U.S. soldiers opened fire because their unit refused to stop beating a pregnant woman, a hardline Sunni group said in its website Saturday night.

In a statement released Saturday night, the Muslim Scholars Association identified the Iraqi soldier as Qaisar Saadi al-Jubory and said the Iraqi soldier had shot the U.S. soldiers after he witnessed them beating a pregnant woman.

"His blood rose and he asked the occupying (U.S.) soldiers to stop beating the woman. Their answer through the translator was: 'We will do what we want.' So he opened fire on them."

Iraqi and American officials have denied the accusation.
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Posted 07 January 2008 - 04:23 PM

Bush want start next war during his presidency . USA said that Iranian Revolutionary Guard boats harassed and provoked three U.S. Navy ships in the strategic Strait of Hormuz, threatening to explode the American vessels.
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Posted 10 January 2008 - 05:52 PM

Study Puts Iraqi Death Toll at 151,000
By John Hechinger

A new study estimates that 151,000 Iraqis have died from violence in the three years following the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.

The figure comes from a large household survey conducted in 2006 and 2007 by the Iraqi government and the World Health Organization. The number is about a quarter of the estimate made in October 2006 in a study led by Johns Hopkins University researchers, but five times the number most recently acknowledged by the U.S. government.
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Posted 11 January 2008 - 03:40 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Iran says Bush's Middle East trip aimed at "interfering" Bush will travel to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt.
Bush told mass media in Washington that part of the reason for his trip to the Middle East is to warn countries in the region that nuclear armed Iran will be a danger to the Mideast region.



He means it swill be a counter to US intervention in the region.
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Posted 11 January 2008 - 03:44 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Iran has no plan to normalize ties with U.S.
Ali Khamenei said that he was willing to restore diplomatic relations with the United States but doing so now would endanger Iran's security.
"We have never said the ties between the two countries will be cut forever... but under the current conditions of the U.S. government, it's harmful to resume the relations and we should not do it," Tehran and Washington broke up diplomatic ties since Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution and the succedent hostage incident of U.S. embassy which was taken over by the Islamic students in 1980.



Why are Iranians so undumb. iZ it because ther is something in everyone elses food?
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Posted 11 January 2008 - 04:01 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Islamic Hamas movement on Saturday rejected U.S. President George W. Bush's visit to the region which will start on January 10.

"Bush's visit widens the internal Palestinian splitting by supporting one Palestinian side (Fatah) to fight another side (Hamas) and to incite against ending the internal political differences,".



He is there to assure Fatah that he will see to it that they get as much bucks and bullets are necessary to install 'democracy'.

Its a non-event tour outwardly, chosen to take place when everyone at home is watching Hillary and wouldnt know what he is doing over there.
The focus is allegedly on Hamas. Its not the real subject. The purpose is the counter-part of Hamas in Israel. He is bolstering the weak govt because every country in the Middle East has to down size for the new 'market', and the Israeli public wont be very interested after all these decades of believing that from Egypt to the Euphrates River is the future Israel.
Peace = 'market', ie subjection to NWO.
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Posted 11 January 2008 - 04:19 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Pakistan on Sunday rejected a U.S. media report on U.S. covert operations in the tribal areas of Pakistan as "baseless".

The report, on New York Times Sunday edition, said that the U.S. President George Bush's senior national security advisers were debating whether to expand the authority of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the military to conduct far more aggressive covert operations in the tribal areas of Pakistan.

The debate was a response to intelligence reports that Al Qaeda and the Taliban were intensifying efforts there to destabilize the Pakistani government.

The New York Times said in its report that Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and a number of Bush's top national security advisers met Friday at the White House to discuss the proposal, which is part of a broad reassessment of the U.S. strategy after the assassination .

There was also talk of how to handle the period from now to the Feb. 18 elections in Pakistan, and the aftermath of those elections.

Pakistani Foreign Office spokesman Muhammad Sadiq said that he is not aware of any meeting mentioned by the New York Times.
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The NYT probably got it around the wrong way, on purpose. They are revealling truth while aiding the policy to continue. The increased activity by al qaeda etc to destabilise Pakestan is the result of increased authority of the CIA. Bhuto would have compromised this. So she had to go.
Dont be surprised if it comes out that the reason NATO was given control of the war in Afghan. is because the CIA is backing the Taliban to continue the destabilisatiom of the region.
The objective is to reconstitute the whole region for the NWO.
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Posted 11 January 2008 - 05:10 AM

President Vladimir Putin last night appointed a firebrand nationalist who champions re-armament to counter the West as Russia's permanent representative to Nato.

Putin has signed a decree appointing Dmitry Rogozin, the flamboyant former head of Russia's Motherland party, to the organisation, a Kremlin spokeswoman said.

Rogozin, 44, who has called for Russia to rearm to counter the threat from the Western military alliance, has said that if he got the job he would defend the interests of Serbia in Kosovo.
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Posted 11 January 2008 - 07:31 PM

Originally posted by Bader
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Dont be surprised if it comes out that the reason NATO was given control of the war in Afghan. is because the CIA is backing the Taliban to continue the destabilisatiom of the region.
The objective is to reconstitute the whole region for the NWO. B]

Pakistan's president Pervez Musharraf warned that any unilateral intervention in his country by coalition forces fighting in Afghanistan would be treated as an invasion "Any entry by the United States or coalition forces into Pakistan's tribal areas would be resisted as a breach of Pakistan's sovereignty," Musharraf told the newspaper.

The president said, "I challenge anybody coming into our mountains. They would regret that day."

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Posted 11 January 2008 - 07:42 PM

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[B]President Vladimir Putin last night appointed a firebrand nationalist who champions re-armament to counter the West as Russia's permanent representative to Nato.

Putin has signed a decree appointing Dmitry Rogozin, the flamboyant former head of Russia's Motherland party, to the organisation, a Kremlin spokeswoman said.

Rogozin, 44, who has called for Russia to rearm to counter the threat from the Western military alliance, has said that if he got the job he would defend the interests of Serbia in Kosovo. B]

British aerospace firm Rolls-Royce announced plans on Friday to cut up to 2,300 jobs.
The job losses come as the firm seeks to ward off the impact of high raw material prices and a weak U.S. dollar. Soaring energy and metals prices had hurt the company's bottom line.
A weaker U.S. dollar is also a challenge.
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Posted 12 January 2008 - 05:15 PM

Poles question US missile shield plan
US hopes of building a missile defence system in central Europe have been called into question by demands from Poland that has made its agreement to the plan contingent on Washington committing to improve Polish air defences.
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Posted 12 January 2008 - 07:04 PM

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Poles question US missile shield plan
US hopes of building a missile defence system in central Europe have been called into question by demands from Poland that has made its agreement to the plan contingent on Washington committing to improve Polish air defences.



It isnt a 'defence' shield at all and it isnt for Poland. Its an offence
asset in the US arms race to try and contain Russia which grows as the US melts.
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Posted 13 January 2008 - 04:15 PM

The dialogue between Haneya's Hamas and Abbas' Fatah had collapsed in June last year after Hamas militants overran Fatah's security forces and took control of the Gaza Strip.

"It is unreasonable that two Hamas senior leaders got arrested by Israel last week, two days after they were detained by Abbas' security forces," Haneya said while voicing his anger.

"In order to prepare a good atmosphere for any coming dialogue, such security coordination with the occupation forces must stop," said Haneya.

It was unusual for Hamas to set a condition to resume dialogue with Abbas' Fatah movement. Earlier, Hamas had always said any dialogue between Hamas and Fatah should be "unconditioned."

Right after Hamas' takeover of the Gaza Strip, Abbas had not only fired the Hamas-led coalition government, also severed all contacts with Hamas. As a result, the national dialogue between rival Hamas and Fatah has since collapsed.

Abbas had conditioned that any resumption of dialogue with Hamas has to be preceded by Hamas regret over taking over Gaza, and should bring the situation back to what it was before mid-June last year. Hamas refuses Abbas' conditions.

Also on Saturday, Haneya slammed U.S. President George W. Bush's vision for a future Palestinian state.

"Bush wants a Jewish state to annul the refugees' right of return, to keep Jerusalem under the grip of Israel, and to see (Israeli) settlements remaining on the West Bank land," Haneya said.

"We tell Bush that he will go one day and the fair Palestinian cause will stay ... Bush will go one day, where Jerusalem and the Palestinian people will stay,"
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Posted 13 January 2008 - 04:25 PM

Originally posted by Bader
It isnt a 'defence' shield at all and it isnt for Poland. Its an offence
asset in the US arms race to try and contain Russia which grows as the US melts.

Problem is typical for
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Posted 14 January 2008 - 01:09 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Problem is typical for
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Posted 14 January 2008 - 06:34 PM

Peace, Democracy Top Bush Agenda
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Posted 14 January 2008 - 06:47 PM

the Gulf states are bracing themselves for the first visit by U.S. President George W. Bush, and hoping to seek leeway amid the tug of war over the oil-rich region between Washington and Tehran.

Unlike Bush, who is on a trip to Kuwait, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia to rally support against Iran, the Gulf states want their U.S. ally to understand their reasons for maintaining good relations with Tehran.

On Wednesday, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal told reporters that Iran is their neighbor in the Gulf, which is a small area, "so we're keen for harmony and peace among countries in the area."

"We have relations with Iran and we talk with them, and if we felt any danger we have relations that allow us to talk about it," the foreign minister said.

The remarks partly explained why Ahmadinejad became the first Iranian president to be invited last month to attend the gathering of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which groups the world's six top oil exporters -- Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain and the UAE.

Having witnessed the consequences of the Iraq war, which has weakened the Arab world, the Gulf states fear another conflict on their doorstep which could be even worse, as their large neighbor holds a more powerful arsenal than Iraq under Saddam Hussein.

As host to U.S. military bases, the Gulf states could be a target in any military confrontation between the United States and Iran. And the danger is real with Bush refusing to rule out the military option despite U.S. intelligence released last month saying that Tehran had halted a secret nuclear weapons program in 2003. The Gulf states are also fearful of an escalation of tension in the strategic Strait of Hormuz, a major oil shipping route off Iran's coast.
After the recent confrontation incident involving three U.S. Navy warships and five Iranian gunboats in the Strait of Hormuz, the Saudi foreign minister called for restraint. The eight-year Iraq-Iran war of the 1980s affected relations between the Sunny Arab states and the Shiite Islamic republic. In comments on U.S. policy toward Iran, Imad Harb of the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research said the Gulf states welcome the visit by President Bush, but he "must be ready to listen to Arab complaints about how his Iraqi adventure has inadvertently strengthened Iran's hand in Baghdad and weakened the Arab front against potential Iranian expansion."
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Posted 14 January 2008 - 07:02 PM

and 7 killed in explosion in Pakistan's Karachi and China reejected a planned investment in Citigroup by state-owned China Development Bank, suggesting there may be limits to Beijing's status as a cash source for Western banks seeking to plug holes in their balance sheets, USDA must see that attack on Iran could be more than costly


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Posted 14 January 2008 - 11:36 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
the Gulf states are bracing themselves for the first visit by U.S. President George W. Bush, and hoping to seek leeway amid the tug of war over the oil-rich region between Washington and Tehran.

Unlike Bush, who is on a trip to Kuwait, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia to rally support against Iran, the Gulf states want their U.S. ally to understand their reasons for maintaining good relations with Tehran.

On Wednesday, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal told reporters that Iran is their neighbor in the Gulf, which is a small area, "so we're keen for harmony and peace among countries in the area."

"We have relations with Iran and we talk with them, and if we felt any danger we have relations that allow us to talk about it," the foreign minister said. .............

........ In comments on U.S. policy toward Iran, Imad Harb of the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research said the Gulf states welcome the visit by President Bush, but he "must be ready to listen to Arab complaints about how his Iraqi adventure has inadvertently strengthened Iran's hand in Baghdad and weakened the Arab front against potential Iranian expansion."


So there is an Arab front opposing growth of Iranian influence.

Why shouldnt Iran increase its influence when the Arabs have looked the otherway as the US in Israels interests have devasted an Arab country and Iran has refused to be intimidated. They all know sept 11 was an inside job.

Now these same Arab oil-rich kingdoms are bailing out the US banks so the policy can continue and that means Iran will be elevated further still in the eyes of the grass-roots Muslims.

So yeah its all Irans fault.
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