Mittwoch, 15. Januar 2014

Flaws in the Kirk-Menendez Iran Sanctions Bill

By Jim Lobe

Contrary to claims by the bill s Democratic co-sponsors, the Iran Nuclear Weapon Free Act of 2013 is designed to torpedo the Nov. 24 *first step* nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1.

'We can t let Israel determine when and where U.S. goes to war,' says Feinstein

By Philip Weiss

The opposition to the warmongers is firming up.

Hillary Clinton Discussed U.S. Approval of an Israeli Strike On Iran

Instead of begging Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to give diplomacy more time, perhaps it was worth telling him to go proceed with airstrikes.

Geneva II: Iran Nixed Proves US Fixed

By Finian Cunningham

What the Americans have failed to achieve through state-sponsored terrorism, they are now trying to win through state-sponsored politics.

Syria Peace Talks Will Be a Sham Without Iran

*Forty countries have been invited to the Geneva 2 talks...And if Iran is excluded from the list then the conference will resemble something profane,* Sergei Lavrov said.

US Senate Await Israeli Instructions

By Ramzy Baroud

How could a country the size of Israel have so much sway over the world s greatest powers.

Obama and Kerry Jeopardize Peace with Iran

By Sheldon Richman

Threatening war hardly demonstrates the spirit of peace-making.

From Information Clearing House


Public Pushes Back Against Congress, AIPAC 'War Path'

AIPAC Still Trying to Torpedo Iran Nuke Deal


Neocons (and many Democrats) try to wreck Iran talks

The Nation
by Bob Dreyfuss


The fact that an accord between the United States and Iran, along with the other P5+1 world powers, would remove Iran as a potential nuclear threat and might do wonders to stabilize the entire Middle East hasn t dissuaded the far right, the pro-Likud Israel lobby and the neoconservatives from trying to wreck any possibility that President Obama s diplomacy might succeed. It s a precise analogue to the Republican party s efforts to shut down the government, block every White House policy initiative and generally act as the Party of No. But in the case of Iran, the reactionaries include many Democrats, including dozens of US senators...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


How the US Used a *Terrorism* Ploy To Attack Islamic Charity to Iran

Gareth Porter, Truthout: Contrary to President Obama s promise to make it easier for American Muslims to fulfill their religious obligation to give to charity, federal prosecutors continue to target Islamic charities and their donors, as illustrated by the recent prosecution of a couple in Portland, Oregon.

Excluding Iran From the Syria Talks: A Stupid Policy

Robert Naiman, Truthout: Ignoring Iran when it comes to Syrian talks is a mistake. Maybe policies that apply only to Iran win plaudits at cocktail parties inside the Beltway, but they sound ridiculous in much of the rest of the world.

Putting Peace in Double Jeopardy

L. Michael Hager, Truthout: Negotiations with Iran are at a critical stage, as are the US-brokered peace talks with Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Yet both peace efforts are jeopardized by AIPAC-inspired senators or by Israel itself.

Senators Should Read Before Signing the Menendez-Kirk Iran Sanctions Bill

Dr. Edward Levine, Truthout: Fifty-nine US senators have signed up to sponsor the Menendez-Kirk Iran sanctions bill, the *Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act.* Yet it is hard to believe many have actually read the 53-page bill.


How Dare They Invite Iran to The Syria Peace Conference


The White House won a clear victory over AIPAC'


Dienstag, 24. Dezember 2013

Militarism Vs. Diplomacy: Whose Voice on Iran Will Win?

A Ripe Time for Necessary Peace

Iraq Veterans Against the War to Protest Sen. Kirk s Bill Undermining Negotiations with Iran

Don t Ruin the New Year with War on Iran

Israel Lobby Takes Aim at Iran Deal

3 Urgent Reasons to Step Up Efforts for Diplomacy With Iran

In Blow to Diplomacy, Nearly Half of Senate Backing Iran Sanctions

Eyes on Silent Dems as Hawks Push for War with Iran


'Huffpo' shames pro-war Democrats, blames AIPAC (and gets lectured by Foxman)

Huffington Post has called out the 15 Democratic Senators who are pushing a bill to kneecap the Iran deal and enable Israel to tangle us up in another Middle Eastern war. Check out the roll of dishonor.

New Iran Sanctions Bill Could Drive Wedge Between Israel Lobby, U.S. Public

By Chemi Shalev

Americans couldn t care less about AWACs, but are dead set against war with Iran.

Neocons Who Brought You The Iraq War Endorse AIPAC s Iran Bill

By Jim Lobe

This letter, was signed by 72 *former U.S. government officials and foreign policy experts,* the vast majority of whom are easily identified as neoconservative.

A Blank Check For War on Iran

By Patrick J. Buchanan

Today the Senate is about to vote Israel a virtual blank check.

From Information Clearing House


The Big Issue of 2014: Iran

Israel s Secret Nuclear Arsenal


America, outsourcing a declaration of war?

The Daily Bell
by Wendy McElroy


A draft version of the Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act of 2013 was introduced in the United States Senate on December 19. Section 2 (5) reads, 'if the Government of Israel is compelled to take military action in legitimate self-defense against Iran's nuclear weapon program, the United States Government should stand with Israel and provide, in accordance with the law of the United States and the constitutional responsibility of Congress to authorize the use of military force, diplomatic, military, and economic support to the Government of Israel in its defense of its territory, people, and existence.'...Mutual defense treaties are commonplace. They are international agreements by which nations pledge to defend each other, usually in response to one of them experiencing an act of war. Under the Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act, however, no traditional act of aggression against Israel need occur; Israel could initiate military force...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Make the 1% Pay for the Iran War

Robert Naiman, Truthout: If current negotiations with Iran are blown up by a band of US senators, taxpayers should propose the 1% pay for a war with Iran, to put the consequences in clear financial perspective, says Robert Naiman.

Lobbying for Iran War, AIPAC s Napkin Is Half Empty

Robert Naiman, Truthout: AIPAC wants the Senate to pass a new Iran sanctions bill. But blowing up President Obama s diplomacy with Iran would be the foreign policy equivalent of repealing ObamaCare.


The US should end its cold war with Iran

White House accuses Democrats supporting new Iran sanctions of wanting war


Tell Senator Reid to STOP THIS BILL!

Dienstag, 26. November 2013

Warmongers Emerge as Sole Opponents of Iran Nuke Deal

Hardline Dems Line Up Behind 'Dangerous' Iran Sanctions Bill


Iran Nuke Pact Defies the Neocons

Paul R. Pillar, Consortium News: Official Washington s still influential neocons are livid over President Obama s interim nuclear deal with Iran and will keep up their sabotage fight. But the pact marks an important fork in the foreign policy road, showing that the US government can still put American interests first.

The "Axis of Evil" Revisited

Noam Chomsky, Truthout: In mainstream discourse, it is considered natural that Iran alone should make concessions. There is a different perspective, little heard, though it might be worth at least a mention. It begins by rejecting the American assertion that the accord breaks 10 years of unwillingness on Iran s part to address this alleged nuclear threat.

Iran Sanctions Bill Big Test of Israel Lobby Power

Jim Lobe, Inter Press Service: This week s introduction by a bipartisan group of 26 senators of a new sanctions bill against Iran could result in the biggest test of the political clout of the Israel lobby here in decades.


John Bolton: The Only Option in Iran Is War


Lies About the Iran Deal

Is the Superpower Afraid of Iran?

Let Obama Play the Iran Hand

There Is No Bad Peace and No Good War

You Cannot Negotiate With Iran?

Unindicted US War Criminals v. Iran

Must Iran Be Strangled to Protect Israel and Enlarge the American Empire?

Same Old Neocons


Iran: It s Not about Nuclear Weapons

By Sheldon Richman

Look at the leading opponents of the agreement: Israel and Saudi Arabia.

Obama adviser urges Israel not to strike at Iran

President Barack Obama s close aide and deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes encouraged Israel to give the negotiations a chance, and warned that military action could be counterproductive.

The Good, Bad Deal for Iran


President Obama is stealing Iran blind and continues to claim the "right" to attack the country in the future. "It is in fact a slap in the face to Iran."

Bachmann: Iran Nuclear Facilities 'Must be Bombed

House Intelligence Committee member Michelle Bachmann said that Iran s nuclear facilities "must be bombed."

Masters Of War

By Dr. Cesar Chelala

The deal with Iran agreed by the U.S. and its P5+1 partners (Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) has been sharply criticized by some Democrats and many Republicans who are strong supporters of Israel.

CNN s Parade of Iran Hawks: The debate over Iran in elite politics is extremely limited

Democrats are some of the most enthusiastic supporters of increasing sanctions, for instance. And that means you are bound to see very little debate on your TV screen.

Hagel: Military Strike Against Iran Still On The Table

"We are not going to change any of our military posture in this area during that six-month period," Hagel said aboard the USS Ponce, which is only 120 miles off the coast of Iran

Apartheid Amnesia

By Sam Kleiner

How the GOP conveniently forgot about its role in propping up a white supremacist regime.

Moscow warns new U.S. sanctions may jeopardize Iranian nuclear talks

Moscow said Friday it can not accept a recent U.S. decision to introduce new sanctions against a group of Iranian individuals and businesses, warning that the measure will jeopardize nuclear talks.

5 Places You May Not Know The U.S. Military Operates

The president is required under the War Powers Act of 1973 to detail to Congress any ongoing activities occurring without a declaration of war from the legislature. Here s five of them...

Top Senate Democrats Break with White House and Circulate New Iran Sanctions Bill

Three top senators, including two Democrats, have begun circulating a draft of a new Iran sanctions bill that critics say could violate the terms of an agreement struck between Iran and the United States in Geneva last month.

War with Iran? Sherrod Brown Is the Firewall

By Robert Naiman

If AIPAC flips Sherrod Brown against the President s Iran diplomacy, it s a devastating blow to the pro-peace forces.

Saudi 'Gift' to Hide its Terror Hand

By Finian Cunningham

The Western media give this despicable charade a veneer of respectability.

Ignore Saudi and Israeli Goading for a More Muscular U.S. Mideast Policy

By Ivan Eland

U.S. military action against either Syria or Iran may be in the interest of Saudi Arabia and Israel, but it is not the interest of the United States or its people.

From Information Clearing House


Iran: US partners in the "war on terror"?

The twisted logic of US "elites"

"They Love War": A former Republican military man sees the light


Negotiating with Iran is better than war

Cato Institute
by Gene Healy


For some neoconservative pundits and GOP hardliners, it s always 1938...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Saudi-Iranian proxy war engulfing Middle East

Donnerstag, 14. November 2013

America on the Self-Defeating Path to War

By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett

The Obama administration s hegemonically abusive refusal to recognize Iran s right to safeguarded enrichment is not just diplomatically and strategically counter-productive-it is illegal.

Netanyahu: Geneva deal with Iran could lead to war

Upping his rhetoric in current spat with Washington, PM insists there is 'no reason to submit to Iranian diktats'.

New Iran sanctions would risk war, White House warns

The White House has warned US lawmakers that tightening sanctions on Iran could derail a diplomatic drive for a nuclear deal with Iran, boxing America into a "march to war."

How last-minute rethink stalled deal on nuclear Iran

Details have emerged of how talks with Tehran in Geneva broke up at 11th hour after France and US took a robust stance.

Preventing War with Iran Is Top Priority

By Sheldon Richman

The best way to keep Iran from building a nuclear bomb is for the Obama administration and its nuclear client Israel to stop threatening the Islamic Republic.

Russian FM: Iran Backed US Nuclear Proposal

The Associated Press

Russia s foreign minister says Iran had accepted a U.S.-draft proposal on a nuclear deal, but last-minute amendments blocked an accord last week in Geneva.

Lavrov Reveals Amended Draft Circulated at "Last Moment"

By Gareth Porter

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov revealed a crucial detail Thursday about last week s nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva that explains much more clearly than previous reports why the meeting broke up without agreement.

Frenemies: The US-Israel Relationship Gets Rocky Over Iran and Peace Talks

By Michael Cohen

Israeli PM Netanyahu is actively calling on American Jews to challenge the US government. It s a bold, and bad, move.

Pivotal Moment: Why US Wants Deal With Iran

By Pepe Escobar

By peddling the logic that failed negotiations would lead to war on Iran, the White House and the State Department are in fact pointing their fingers to their allies, the Likudniks in Israel and the House of Saud, who are already doing everything they can to derail Geneva.

Obama: Military strike could lead Iran to 'pursue nukes more vigorously'

US President Barack Obama said Thursday that no matter how powerful the American military, a strike against nuclear facilities in Iran could lead the Islamic Republic to "pursue even more vigorously nuclear weapons in the future."

Iran putting brakes on nuclear expansion under Rouhani: IAEA report

Since Hassan Rouhani became president, Iran has stopped expanding its uranium enrichment capacity, a U.N. inspection report showed on Thursday, in a potential boost for diplomacy to end Tehran s nuclear dispute with the West.

No real dissent in nuclear talks between P5+1 and Iran: Lavrov

Russia s Foreign Minister stressed that the understanding reached must now be fixed by diplomatic means so that it becomes a truly joint document, not imposed on anyone from outside.

Netanyahu to France: Don t waver on Iran

Speaking to a French daily ahead of talks in Geneva, PM urges Hollande not to let up his objections to an interim nuclear deal with Tehran.

Israel and White House Locked in an Info War Over Iran

Some members in Congress don t trust the data U.S. officials are providing, they trust conflicting data provided privately by senior Israeli officials.

Administration dismissed Israeli intel on Iran s nuke program as 'misleading'

The U.S. intelligence community has dismissed Israel s assessment of Iran s nuclear program amid P5+1 negotiations with Teheran. They said the Israeli assessment of an imminent weapons-capable Iran was exaggerated and alarmist. "Some of the reporting on this has been frankly misleading," National Security Adviser Susan Rice said.

Right-wing pro-Israel lobby in US slams Obama in new ad

Video uses US public concerns over Obamacare to warn over his untrustworthiness on Iran; new poll shows Israelis opposing president s Iran policies.

Israel, Saudi Arabia Unite For Attack On Iran


Saudis are willing to assist an Israeli attack by cooperating with the use of drones, rescue helicopters, and tanker planes. "Once the Geneva agreement is signed, the military option will be back on the table."

Israel, S. Arabia planning joint Iran strike

The Sunday Times

Mossad agents met top Saudi officials to draw up a plan for a joint attack against Iran if the six powers talks fail.

Obama rejecting calls from Netanyahu amid tension over Iran

Kuwaiti newspaper Al Jarida reported Sunday that U.S. President Barack Obama has been refusing to take phone calls from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu because of the tension between the two countries over how to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue.

Israel s 'all-or-nothing' stance on Iran will lead to war: US official

A senior White House official has said that Israel s "all-or-nothing" posture demanding a total halt to Iran s nuclear energy program is a path to war.

Zbig Brzezinski: Obama Administration Should Tell Israel U.S. Will Attack Israeli Jets if They Try to Attack Iran

"Are we just going to sit there and watch?...We have to be serious about denying them that right. That means a denial where you aren t just saying it. If they fly over, you go up and confront them. They have the choice of turning back or not. "

Israeli spies reportedly looking for 'smoking gun' on Iran deal

Netanyahu has ordered intel agencies to find evidence that Iran is violating nuclear agreement as Obama tries to sell Geneva deal, according to the Sunday Times.

US Calls Netanyahu 'Desperate and Weak'

Senior officials in the White House have said that Israel Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu "is desperate and weak," in reaction to Netanyahu s remonstrations against the deal struck with Iran over its nuclear weapons program.

Olmert: We Have Declared War on Obama Gov't:

Former prime minister Ehud Olmert criticized Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu s handling of current disagreements with the United States, regarding the deal the US negotiated with Iran over its nuclear weapons program.

Olmert: PM would have to be an 'idiot' to pass up peace

Former prime minister Ehud Olmert took an unusually blatant and derisive potshot Monday at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, indicating that his successor was an idiot for not doing more to reach a peace agreement with the Palestinians when such a deal could be done right now.

From Information Clearing House


Again: All US Talk on ?Iran s Nuclear Program? are OBVIOUS Lies

The Threat From the Military and Secret Police


Why Iran Nuclear Talks Failed and Why They Will Get Tougher

Gareth Porter, Truthout: This weekend France scuttled a preliminary agreement with Iran to resolve the decade-long conflict over Iran s nuclear program, almost certainly at the behest Israel. That, combined with the Obama administration s lack of commitment to a comprehensive end solution to the issue clouds the prospects of an agreement.

Best Military in the World, Really?

John LaForge, CounterPunch: The US government continues to claim that the US military is the best in the world despite glaring reports of sexual misconduct and excessive violence.

Mittwoch, 13. November 2013

A Deal With Iran or War With Iran?


Iran Deal Would Greatly Reduce Israel s Military Option, Ex-advisers Say

By Mitch Ginsburg

Once the six world powers sign an agreement with Iran, Israel s military option will be significantly less likely to be exercised, if not completely off the table.

Why France is Playing 'Stupid' on Iran

By Pepe Escobar

Russia Says Iran Not to Blame for Geneva Talks Failure

A source in the Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday that the account of the talks given by US Secretary of State John Kerry this week was an oversimplification of events.

Israel, Gulf in 'Strange Alliance' Against Iran

In one of the region s oddest pairings, Israel and the Gulf Arab states led by Saudi Arabia increasingly are finding common ground, and a common political language, on their mutual dismay over Iran s history-making overtures to Washington and the prospect of a nuclear deal in Geneva.

From Information Clearing House

Mittwoch, 23. Oktober 2013

Iran: Die Sanktionen haben das Land schwer getroffen

Freitag, 11. Oktober 2013

Des Kaisers neue Kleider

Israels Regierungschef Netanjahu versucht, die Annäherung von USA und Iran zu verhindern. Denn er droht die Deutungshoheit zu verlieren.


Donnerstag, 10. Oktober 2013

US, Iran Make Major Progress Toward Nuke Deal

By Times of Israel

Nascent secret agreement aims to keep Tehran 'two to three years' from nuclear weapons capability; report comes one day after Netanyahu warned against 'bad deal'.

Neoconservatives Despair Over U.S.-Iran Diplomacy

By Jim Lobe

"The Israelis find themselves in a far worse position now than they have been for several years," concluded Elliott Abrams, a leading neo-conservative.

No proof for anti-Iran nuclear claims: Lavrov'

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has rejected the unfounded allegation that Iran is pursuing non-civilian objectives in its nuclear energy program, stressing that there is no evidence backing up the claim.

Republican Pushes New Bill to Authorize War With Iran

A new bill authorizing a U.S. military strike against Iran is set to drop in Congress on Thursday, just days after leaders in Washington and Tehran began talking openly after three decades of silence.

Israeli prime minister Netanyahu makes case for pre-emptive strike on Iran

Speaking at an event to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War, Netanyahu told law makers there are situations when a strike is justified.

The BBC spreads untruths about Iran s nuclear activities

Misrepresentation is all over the BBC website as well. A Q&A on what is termed the "Iran nuclear crisis" begins by posing the question "Why is there a crisis?" and responds...

U.S.-Based Iran "Experts" Promoting Israeli Policy

By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett

Who is the author of this Op Ed? An AIPAC spokesperson? One of the many neocon firebrands to whom the Washington Post long ago turned over its Op Ed page?

Israelis, Saudis Just Getting Started in Opposing U.S.-Iran Detente

By Mitchell Plitnick

The trick to finding an agreement between the P5+1 world powers and Iran has become clear: keep Israel and Saudi Arabia out of the room.

Saudi Pivot?


Should we take the talk of Saudi Arabia pivoting away from Washington seriously? CrossTalking with James Carafano, Ali Alyami and Jim Lobe.

Britain s Jack Straw: Jewish funds wrecking Mideast peace possibilities

Jack Straw, a British lawmaker and former foreign secretary, said "unlimited" funds available to U.S. Jewish groups are used to control American policy in the Middle East.

Dick Cheney: Military Action Against Iran May be Inevitable

By Ben Wolfgang

Former Vice President Dick Cheney believes that, eventually, America may have to resort to military force.

Sabotaging the US-Iran Peace Negotiations

By James Petras

Over past decades Israel s agents have bought the loyalties of the vast majority of Congress people, training them to recognize and obey the whistles, signals and script from the war mongers in Tel Aviv.

It s Time For Washington To Tell Saudi Arabia To Pound Sand

By Doug Bandow

If the only way to get Riyadh to buy U.S. weapons is to encourage tyranny and start wars, Washington should say no thanks.

America s Lead Iran Negotiator Misrepresents U.S. Policy (and International Law) to Congress

By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett

This is the agenda for which Wendy Sherman tells falsehoods to a Congress that is all too happy to accept them.

AIPAC: 'Absolutely no pause' in Iran sanctions lobbying

Group denies rumors of moratorium in top pro-Israel groups' lobbying efforts for new sanctions on Tehran.

US willing to offer Iran 'reversible sanctions relief' in exchange for 'first steps' on nuclear program

"What we are looking for is a first phase, a first step, an initial understanding that stops Iran s nuclear program from moving forward and rolls it back for first time in decades," US official tells reporters.

France Tries to Blow Up Iran Deal

By Emptywheel

France will make an effort to thwart any deal. And if talks fail, they ll get a big chunk of Saudi Arabia s considerable weapons spending.

France Wrecks P5+1 Deal for Arab Money

By Finian Cunningham

By wrecking a potential deal with Iran, Fabius was no doubt bidding to please Saudi Arabia and the other Persian Gulf Arab regimes.

French reluctance causes nuclear talks to stall


France revealed itself to be the most skeptical in the Western camp, refusing to accept any short-term deal.

McCain: 'Vive la France'

Sen. John McCain on Sunday hailed France for its "courage" to hold up a nuclear agreement with Iran.

Bennett to personally lobby Congress against Iran deal

Economics and Trade Minister Naftali Bennett intends to travel to the US this week to lobby US Congress members against a potential deal with Iran over the Islamic Republic's nuclear ambitions.

Why France Sank an Iran Nuke Deal

By Robert Parry

Saudis and Israelis wanted to sink the negotiated deal on Iran s nuclear program, so the French launched the diplomatic torpedo to take it down. But behind France s action were Saudi financial muscle and Israel s political skill.

Iranians angry and bewildered after French torpedo Geneva nuclear entente

The Irna state news agency reported that Iranian businessmen were considering reducing their trade ties with France, saying they no longer considered it as a good partner because of its "adventurist and immature behaviour" at Geneva.

Kerry: Obama prepared to use force in Iran after nuclear talks collapse

"The president has been willing and made it clear that he is prepared to use force with respect to Iran's weapon, and he has deployed the forces and the weapons necessary to achieve that goal if it has to be achieved," Mr. Kerry said during an interview with NBC.

AIPAC VS Obama: Israel Lobby Says Either Obama Backs Down on Iran Or Its War

By M J Rosenberg

Top AIPAC staffer, warns President Obama today that he either abandon negotiations with Iran (and impose new sanctions) or its war.

From Information Clearing House


Can the US Let Go the Iranian Tiger s Tail?


Can Congress, Hawks and the Israel Lobby Wreck the US-Iran Talks?

Hawkish John Bolton Again Pushes for Israeli Strike on Iran

Israel 'Utterly Rejects' Iran Nuclear Deal That Could Avoid War


Dienstag, 8. Oktober 2013

Hands Off Iran


Resolution For War Against Iran Gains Traction In Conservative Wing Of The House

By Rosie Gray

A total of 28 members of Congress have signed on to co-sponsor the bill, including 13 in the past week alone.

Panetta: US may have to use military force against Iran

Addressing the Anti-Defamation League s 100th annual meeting on Thursday night, former US secretary of defense and CIA director Leon Panetta told the ballroom of around 600 people that while the US has "implemented unprecedented sanctions and pressure on Iran, we may very well have to use military force to back up our policy."

From Information Clearing House

Donnerstag, 26. September 2013

Iran setzt auf Kooperation

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