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Speech that would make Kennedy proud
Speech by Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei at the NAM Non-aligned Movement Summit 30th August 2012	 

Speech that would make Kennedy proud.

This is absolutely the best speech that I have heard from anyone since I can remember.

It takes me back to Jack Kennedy!

It is well worth listening the whole thirty minutes.

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Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei at the NAM Non-aligned Movement Summit 30th August 2012
This is absolutely the best speech that I have heard from anyone since I can remember.
It takes me back to Jack Kennedy!
It is well worth listening the whole thirty minutes.
Kewe
US NATO encirclement of death!
Is this how you want to end your life?
Each star marks a US military base, but just so we're all clear: Iran is threatening the US
US military bases circling Iran.

US NATO killing star map.

Each star marks a US military base, but just so we're all clear: Iran is threatening the US.

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Killing of Syria people by Western, Gulf States and Saudi money.

Western nations and those Gulf States involved including Saudi Arabia pay the terrorists, supply them with weapons and they expect nothing to happen!

108 deaths including 34 children!

The United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.
Killing of Syria people by Western, Gulf States and Saudi money — 108 dead including 34 children
Abdul Halim Khaddam in Paris money likely obtained from his brother-in-law, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.

The United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.

Abdul Halim Khaddam, who held the highest political, executive and information posts in the Syrian government for more than 30 years, is said to have been transferred from Paris to Belgium to direct the unrest.
United States
Israel
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Saudi Arabia
Saudi Embassy Belgium
Operational headquarters of riots and death in Syria
Syria gas attack - we lied.

Bain in 2013 when we told you Assad gassed his own people we lied. 

Back in 2014 whe we told you Assad gassed his own people we lied.  No need to invade Syria

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Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Does Abdul Halim Khaddam Have Anything to Do with What's Going on in Syria?
Is Saudi Arabia Showing George W. Bush How to Run the Regime-Change Table in the Middle East?
Saudi Arabia has engaged in some extremely public and forceful pushback against Middle East unrest in general and Iran in particular on the issue of Iran.
In some quarters, it’s being called the Saudi counter-revolution.
Is the pro-Iran/pro-Hezbollah Assad government in Syria the next Sunni domino?
Iran’s Press TV certainly thinks so.
Syria protest violence April 2011. 

The United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.

Abdul Halim Khaddam, who held the highest political, executive and information posts in the Syrian government for more than 30 years, is said to have been transferred from Paris to Belgium to direct the unrest.
In an op-ed entitled Saudi Arabia, Jordan Behind Syria Unrest, the authors write:
Saudi Arabia, which often bows to US and Israel's policies in the region, tried to destabilize Bashar al-Assad's government by undermining his rule.
To this end, Saudi Arabia paid 30 million dollars to former vice president Abdul Halim Khaddam to quit Assad's government.
Khaddam sought asylum in France in 2005 with the aid of Saudi Arabia and began to plot against the Syrian government with the exiled leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Relative of Saudi King Abdullah and former Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri
Khaddam, who is a relative of Saudi King Abdullah and former Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri, used his great wealth to form a political group with the aim of toppling Bashar al-Assad.
The triangle of Khaddam-Abdullah-Hariri is well-known in the region as their wives are sisters.
Khaddam's entire family enjoys Saudi citizenship and the value investment by his sons, Jamal and Jihad, in Saudi Arabia is estimated at more than USD 3 billion.
Syria protest violence April 2011 in Deraa south Syria. 

The United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.

Abdul Halim Khaddam, who held the highest political, executive and information posts in the Syrian government for more than 30 years, is said to have been transferred from Paris to Belgium to direct the unrest.
Therefore, with the start of popular protests in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Bahrain, the Saudi regime saw an opportunity to drive a wedge between Tehran, Damascus and Beirut axis.
Due to the direct influence of the Saudi Wahhabis on Syria's Muslim Brotherhood, the people of the cities of Daraa and Homs, following Saudi incitement and using popular demands as an excuse began resorting to violence.
It is reported that the United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.
Abdul Halim Khaddam, who held the highest political, executive and information posts in the Syrian government for more than 30 years, is said to have been transferred from Paris to Belgium to direct the unrest.
The reason for this was that based on French law, political asylum seekers cannot work against their countries of origin in France and therefore Khaddam was transferred to Brussels to guide the riots.
Jordan equipped the Muslim Brotherhood
Jordan equipped the Muslim Brotherhood in the two cities with logistical facilities and personal weapons.
Although, Bashar al-Assad promised implementation of fundamental changes and reforms after the bloody riot in the country, the Brotherhood followed continued to incite protesters against him.
The Syrian state television recently broadcast footage of armed activity in the border city of Daraa by a guerilla group, which opened fire on the people and government forces.
It is said that the group, which is affiliated to Salafi movements, obtained its weapons from Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
Because Syria's ruling party is from the Alevi tribes associated with the Shias, the Brotherhood, due to its anti-Shia ideas, has tried for three decades to topple the Alevi establishment of the country.
Hence, the recent riots in Syria are not just rooted in popular demands and harbor a tribal aspect and Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the US are directing the unrest for their future purposes.
Press TV aside, Abdul Halim Khaddam — who used to be Hafez al-Assad's right hand man/fixer before coming up short in the succession struggle — is insisting he’s just letting human nature and pent-up demands for freedom drive events in Syria without any help from him.
In this recent picture, Khaddam looks quite comfortable in his plush Parisian digs, purportedly purchased through the generosity of his brother-in-law, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and/or acquired as the result of his own billionaire-level business acumen.
So maybe he’s just kicking back and letting politics take its course inside Syria.
Abdul Halim Khaddam in Paris money likely obtained from his brother-in-law, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.

The United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.

Abdul Halim Khaddam, who held the highest political, executive and information posts in the Syrian government for more than 30 years, is said to have been transferred from Paris to Belgium to direct the unrest.
Of course, in his own words he’s “working around the clock to set an executable plan to achieve [his] targets”, but we’re led to believe that relates to the political struggle after popular unrest has kicked the props out from under the Assad regime.
He’s also willing to foment anti-Iranian and anti-Shi’a sentiment, something that would please his alleged patrons in Riyadh.
In 2006, Khaddam had this exchange with an interviewer:
A pro-reform activist in Lebanon holds an Arabic placard reading 'Freedom is the freedom of the nation and the citizen', as she stands in front of the Syrian embassy in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday April 12, 2011.

Syria protest violence April 2011 in Syria. 

The United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.

Abdul Halim Khaddam, who held the highest political, executive and information posts in the Syrian government for more than 30 years, is said to have been transferred from Paris to Belgium to direct the unrest.

Photo: AP/Hussein Malla
A pro-reform activist in Lebanon holds an Arabic placard reading 'Freedom is the freedom of the nation and the citizen', as she stands in front of the Syrian embassy in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday April 12, 2011.
Photo: AP/Hussein Malla
Q:  What are you current priorities?   Do you want to reform the regime, reform it, or topple it?
A:  This regime cannot be reformed so there is nothing left but to oust it.
Q:  But how will you oust it?
A:  The Syrian people will topple the regime.   There is a rapidly growing current in the country.   Opposition is growing fast.   I do not want to oust the regime by military coup.   A coup is the most dangerous type of reform.   I am working to create the right atmosphere for the Syrian people to topple the regime.
In another interview in 2006 — the year he optimistically expected the Assad regime to fall — Khaddam elaborated on the theme.
Gulf News:   On January 14, you announced you would form a government-in-exile that would take over power when the government of President Bashar Al Assad collapsed, but nothing has happened since then.   I have contacted opposition forces in London and Washington who welcomed your move but said they have not heard from you.   What happened to the government-in-exile idea and are you going to cooperate with the existing opposition forces or form a government of your own supporters?
Abdul Halim Khaddam:   I am working with different opposition forces which exist inside Syria and in exile.   We are discussing the formation of a government-in-exile.   Its main task will be to fill the power vacuum in the country and be in action after the collapse of the regime in Damascus.
I am discussing my proposal directly with the leaders of opposition factions or through mediators.   We are looking to foster and strengthen cooperation among different opposition factions, including Muslim Brotherhood, which are banned by law in Syria since 1980.   We will announce a programme for a democratic change in Syria that will include all the topics and the issues to be handled by the opposition in the next stage.
We are working round-the-clock to set an executable plan to achieve our targets and to benefit from the blunders committed by the regime in recent years.   The regime has handcuffed itself through a chain of fatal mistakes which will help the opposition overthrow the totalitarian regime and launch a democratic era.
Khaddam also beat the anti-Iran and anti-Shi’a drum in 2007 — a worrisome combination for Assad, who as a member of a small Shi’a-esque minority sect, the Alawites, reigns over a Sunni majority — an interesting inversion of the situation in Bahrain where Sunni sheiks lord it over a disgruntled Shi'a majority):
Khaddam speculated that Assad's regime was being infiltrated by Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps with Iranian intelligence agents having penetrated the Syrian political and security circles.   He pointed to an agreement between Syrian and Iranian security organs, a mutual defence agreement signed in 2006 between Tehran and Damascus and a "broad co-ordination between the security organs in the two countries which covers Lebanon and Syria".
Khaddam accused the Iranian ambassador to Damascus of leading the Shi'itisation process in Syria, saying:   "Shi'itisation is a political phenomenon carried out by the Iranian ambassador to Damascus with the objective of creating a political situation that is tied to Iran, and this activity is dangerous as it lays the ground for sectarian strife in Syria".
At the very least, Khaddam showed more message discipline that an organization called the Reform Party of Syria. The only conspicuous achievement of the group mentioned on its Wikipedia page was an endorsement of Nicolas Sarkozy for President (of France).
The RPS, although referred to by the World Tribune (itself the perhaps less than authoritative mouthpiece of the politically-wired Soka Gakkai cult in Japan) as "authoritative", appears to have jumped the shark with its recent backgrounder. It stated:
Iran has deployed its Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in Syria to bolster Syria's defense.   The Washington-based opposition group said the IRGC contingent in Syria includes 10,000 troops, with headquarters in the northern province of Homs.
"In essence, the IRGC now occupies Syria and has become its de facto ruler," RPS spokesman Farid Ghadry said. "Syria has become the 32nd province of Iran."
Who is killing whom in Syria
Leaving levity aside, the references to Abdul Halim Khaddam caught my eye because of a sad, sober post by Josh Landis, one of America’s premier Syria-watchers, on his blog, Syria Comment:
The Syrian revolution struck home yesterday.   My wife, Manar Qash`ur [Kachour], burst into tears last night as she read the Facebook page that has kept her updated on events in her hometown, Latakia.   Lt. Colonel Yasir Qash`ur, who was Manar’s cousin and 40 years old, was shot in Banyas on Sunday.   He was one of two Lt. Colonels and 10 military personnel killed – more were wounded.   Yasir’s funeral was held in the village this morning – Monday.   My brother-in-law, Firas, and father-in-law, Shaaban, both attended.
...My father-in-law said on the phone this morning that it seemed that supporters of ex-Vice President Khaddam, who was from Banyas, were behind the attack.   It is said that they had set a trap for the military unit.   All this is speculation, however.   We know precious little about who is killing whom in Syria.   Allegations are numerous.   Real knowledge is scarce.
There is a widespread enthusiasm for acknowledging the popular character of the demonstrations against Assad.
Funeral of Staff Sgt volunteer Ali Ahmed Ali in the coastal town of Banias.

Syria protest violence April 2011 in Syria. 

The United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.

Abdul Halim Khaddam, who held the highest political, executive and information posts in the Syrian government for more than 30 years, is said to have been transferred from Paris to Belgium to direct the unrest.

Photo: SANA/Handout
Funeral of Staff Sgt volunteer Ali Ahmed Ali in the coastal town of Banias.
Photo: SANA/Handout
There is intense unease about exploring the role of armed provocateurs in trying to foment more extreme anti-government unrest.
Al-Jazeera to an almost ludicrous extent
Al Jazeera — which appears an enthusiastic cheerleader for the Syrian protests, even as it seems to show a willingness to hew to the Saudi line in downplaying reporting on the anti-Sunni crackdown in Bahrain — did run a video segment on Inside Story, Syria: Conspiracies and Condemnation.
Judging from the version on Youtube, it was originally called Conspiracy over Syria Protests; perhaps that title was considered to give excessive credence to the government’s claims.
To an almost ludicrous extent, the moderator, Nick Clark, tried to get his three panelists to comment on video footage aired on Syrian state TV that showed a white Honda riding down a street in some Syrian town with guys firing automatic weapons out the window.
The panelists admitted in passing that it was plausible that gunmen had joined the anti-government protests.
Nobody was willing to discuss the implications, preferring to treat the footage of gunmen — true or not — as simply an attempt by the government to misdirect attention away from the genuine protests, and to emphasize that the Syrian state media — and by implication, the government — had lost credibility.
That white car, with “a chap hanging out firing a machine gun”, as Clark put it ...zero traction.
The possibility that the gunmen were pro-government irregulars has subsequently been floated in the media courtesy of pro-demonstrator spokespeople.
Death of dozen soldiers in ambush
A similar vow of omerta seems to apply to the ambush of the Syrian Army patrol that killed Josh Landis's in-law.
Gunshots fired on crowd.

Syria protest violence April 2011 in Syria. 

The United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.

Abdul Halim Khaddam, who held the highest political, executive and information posts in the Syrian government for more than 30 years, is said to have been transferred from Paris to Belgium to direct the unrest.

Photo: YouTube video
Gunshots fired on crowd
Photo: YouTube video
One would think the death of nearly a dozen soldiers in an ambush would be considered a remarkable development, considering that the death of equivalent numbers of demonstrators is a world media event.
It’s also rather shocking that, in an acknowledged authoritarian state like Syria, somebody could come up with the wherewithal to mount a successful attack on a rather sizable military patrol.
But even in news for Banyas, the reports of an ambush are virtually a non-story, as the media concentrates on the crackdown instead.
On Josh Landis’ site, a pro-demonstrator commenter advanced the story that one member of the unit had killed the rest of the soldiers in a fit of patriotism, rather than fire on demonstrators.
If reports in Syrian media are truthful, this would have been a remarkable display of determination and marksmanship.   In addition to nine dead, twenty three were wounded.   Admittedly, Nidal Malik Hasan killed and wounded more at Fort Hood, but those victims were on base and unarmed; the Syrian soldiers were on patrol and presumably within reach of their weapons.
The pro-democracy slaughter line seems less likely than the story of one of the survivors:
Mazin Fittimi reported that he was sitting in the front part of the convey when armed men ambushed and rained them with bullets and grenades from nearby buildings and water sewage canals at 'Al-Qwz Bridage'.
In the Arab press, Khaddam asserted that his home town of Banyas had a long history of repression, persecution, discrimination and marginalization and “don’t need anyone to guide them”.
We’ll see.
Whether or not Khaddam is Saudi Arabia’s Chalabi for Syria doesn’t get a lot of airing in the regional press.
Whether or not he has assets in his home town that would mount an attack on a government convoy is apparently not a matter of widespread interest.
And that doesn’t even go into the matter of Rifaat Assad, Hafez Assad’s brother — and Bashar Assad’s uncle — who tried to take over in a coup and was exiled to France.   Rifaat is also married to one of King Abdullah’s sisters.
So that means that the former Number 2 and Number 3 in the Syrian regime are both eager to see Bashar fall on his behind; and both are close to Saudi Arabia, which now appears to be, more than ever, willing to take positive action to sideline its enemies.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad waving at supporters after addressing parliament in Damascus.

Syria protest violence April 2011 in Syria. 

The United States, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia formed joint operational headquarters in the Saudi Embassy in Belgium to direct the riots in southern Syria.

Abdul Halim Khaddam, who held the highest political, executive and information posts in the Syrian government for more than 30 years, is said to have been transferred from Paris to Belgium to direct the unrest.

Photo: SANA/Handout
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad waving at supporters after addressing parliament in Damascus, April 1st 2011
Photo: SANA/Handout
Of course, the Assad regime, as the al Jazeera panel pointed out, has been counterproductively coy and vague about the conspirators it claims are dead-set on undermining the government.
Is the Syrian government just blowing smoke?   Trying to build a persuasive case before they name names?   Afraid to provoke an open breach with the Saudi and Jordanian governments by publicly accusing Khaddam and Rifaat Assad?
Is Syria trying to get the word out indirectly through the willing, eager, but less than respectable outlet of Iran and Press TV instead?  
[You mean compared to the less than respectable war-bugling US press and New York Times?     Ehhhhmmmmn ChinaMatters.blogspot.com   — Kewe TheWE.cc]
These questions might be worthy of some more media attention.
  China Matters blog
Turkey Iran Syria Alliance

The new formula for the Middle East: the Turkey-Iran-Syria triangle (L to R, Presidents Gül, Ahmadinejad and Assad).

The wind has changed and it’s blowing strong.

In a matter of a few months, the entire regional balance has been upset.

In six years, more than one million Iraqis have been welcomed to Syria.

Such Arab hospitality includes totally free admission to schools and universities as well as access to the overall health system.

Initially, this vast immigration wave caused a serious economic crisis, but once digested, it has provided Syria with highly qualified executives and has injected a new dynamism.

The turmoil organized by the United States in Yemen forced the Saudi royal family to support King Abdhallah’s policy of appeasement towards Syria and Iran.

Consequently, the Hariri Lebanese-Saudi clan was asked to reconcile with President Bashar al-Assad and to recognize the legitimacy of the armed Lebanese Resistance.

Photo voltairenet.org
The new formula for the Middle East: the Turkey-Iran-Syria triangle
Presidents Gül, Ahmadinejad and Assad
Middle East
In six years, more than one million Iraqis have been welcomed to Syria.
Such Arab hospitality includes totally free admission to schools and universities as well as access to the overall health system.
Initially, this vast immigration wave caused a serious economic crisis, but once digested, it has provided Syria with highly qualified executives and has injected a new dynamism.
The turmoil organized by the United States in Yemen forced the Saudi royal family to support King Abdhallah’s policy of appeasement towards Syria and Iran.
Consequently, the Hariri Lebanese-Saudi clan was asked to reconcile with President Bashar al-Assad and to recognize the legitimacy of the armed Lebanese Resistance.
Turkey Iran Syria Alliance

On 23 February 2010, Bashar al-Assad responds to Hillary Clinton’s injunctions and defies Barack Obama by receiving Hassan Nasrallah and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

The wind has changed and it’s blowing strong.

In a matter of a few months, the entire regional balance has been upset.

In six years, more than one million Iraqis have been welcomed to Syria.

Such Arab hospitality includes totally free admission to schools and universities as well as access to the overall health system.

Initially, this vast immigration wave caused a serious economic crisis, but once digested, it has provided Syria with highly qualified executives and has injected a new dynamism.

The turmoil organized by the United States in Yemen forced the Saudi royal family to support King Abdhallah’s policy of appeasement towards Syria and Iran.

Consequently, the Hariri Lebanese-Saudi clan was asked to reconcile with President Bashar al-Assad and to recognize the legitimacy of the armed Lebanese Resistance.

Photo © Tehran Times
On 23 February 2010, Bashar al-Assad responds to Hillary Clinton’s injunctions and defies Barack Obama by receiving Hassan Nasrallah and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Russia
Moscow has repositioned itself on the regional scene on the occasion of President Dmitry Medvedev’s visits to Damascus and Ankara.
Russia supports the political and economic rapprochement in progress between Iran, Syria and Turkey.
The three leading States in the Middle East have entered a phase of intense cooperation.
In a matter of months borders have opened, trade liberalised at an accelerated pace.
Economies which were paralised by years of war have suddenly been energised.
Rosatom and Atomstroyexport, which are completing the construction of a civilian nuclear plant in Iran (Bushehr) and are contemplating new ones, will build another one in Turkey for 20 billion dollars.
A similar project is under study in Syria.
Turkey Iran Syria Alliance

The presidents of Russia, Turkey, Dmitry Medvedev and Abdullah Gul.

The Cold War enemies close ranks to stabilize the Middle East and the Caucasus.

The wind has changed and it’s blowing strong.

In a matter of a few months, the entire regional balance has been upset.

In six years, more than one million Iraqis have been welcomed to Syria.

Such Arab hospitality includes totally free admission to schools and universities as well as access to the overall health system.

Initially, this vast immigration wave caused a serious economic crisis, but once digested, it has provided Syria with highly qualified executives and has injected a new dynamism.

The turmoil organized by the United States in Yemen forced the Saudi royal family to support King Abdhallah’s policy of appeasement towards Syria and Iran.

Consequently, the Hariri Lebanese-Saudi clan was asked to reconcile with President Bashar al-Assad and to recognize the legitimacy of the armed Lebanese Resistance.

Photo voltairenet.org
The presidents of Russia, Turkey, Dmitry Medvedev and Abdullah Gül.
The Cold War enemies close ranks to stabilize the Middle East and the Caucasus.
Caspian sea in distance extending outwards

Seen from Namak Abrood, Iran.

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Namak Abrood, Iran
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Iran US confrontation  — 2017
US Congress under funding from Israel wants war with Iran
No renegotiating Iran nuclear deal, all parties fully compliant – EU foreign policy chief
“This is an agreement that prevented a nuclear program and potentially prevented a military intervention,” Mogherini said
reference to the recent criticism of the deal by US President Donald Trump, who has labeled the landmark agreement “worst deal ever negotiated” while vowing to scrap it, Mogherini argued that “there is no need to renegotiate parts of the agreement.”
     Regime Change:      
      I think the time has come for a decision to be made,” Tillerson said.       
      “Lavrov has confirmed that Russia will continue contributing to maintaining the stability    
    of the JCPOA”       
      Time to fix US-Russia relations      Trump’s speech ‘remarkable’      
Does Abdul Halim Khaddam Have Anything to Do with What's Going on in Syria?
Iran US confrontation
Russia supports the political and economic rapprochement that once was in progress between Iran, Syria and Turkey
Pro-Iran-Hezbollah Assad government in Syria
United States
Israel
Jordan
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Embassy Belgium
Operational headquarters of riots and death in Syria
Iran Syria Israel US Russia confrontation
Wrestling contest between Iran and US photos
Iran, Syria protected by Russia
Photos of Iran weapons
Iran US confrontation — Part II
US economy simply can not cope with these oil prices and the cost of military operations abroad
The future doesn’t look bright at all
It seems the U.S. administration is bent on destroying anything that it can not control
And by doing this, it is losing all control
Congressional Report on Iran Riddled With Errors
But like the hated “Goldstein” of George Orwell’s “1984” Mr. Bin Laden is alive and well and his organisation can still scare us witless
Iran nuclear project forges ahead
US vs. Iran: Is an attack inevitable? — 2006 Analysis
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