Robert Schlesinger: We Could Bomb Iran in 12 Hours ... and other fun facts from today's papers - Yahoo! News: "And doomsday it could well be, according to Richard Clarke and Steven Simon, a pair of top Clinton-era counter-terrorism officials who write on Iran in the Times' Week in Review section. They recall that after... Continue Reading →

Report: Rumsfeld allowed prison abuse - U.S. Security - MSNBC.com: "U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld allowed an ?abusive and degrading? interrogation of an al-Qaida detainee in 2002, an online magazine reported Friday, citing an Army document.In a report a Pentagon spokesman denounced as ?fiction,? Salon quoted a December 2005 Army inspector general?s report in... Continue Reading →

If Ever There Was A Nation Not to Drive to Extremes, it is Iran: "One country in the region that has retained some political pluralism is Iran. It has shown bursts of democratic activity and, importantly, has experienced internal regime change. If ever there was a nation not to drive to the extreme, it is... Continue Reading →

WP: U.S. steps up war plans for Iran - washingtonpost.com Highlights - MSNBC.com: "The Bush administration is studying options for military strikes against Iran as part of a broader strategy of coercive diplomacy to pressure Tehran to abandon its alleged nuclear development program, according to U.S. officials and independent analysts.No attack appears likely in the... Continue Reading →

Aljazeera.Net - Iraqi civil war threatens region: " have no doubt years from now people in the West and East will look back and remember George Bush as the most incompetent and most unwise US president ever.His legacy in the Middle East will grow more horrifically. It will be seen that he has unleashed destructive... Continue Reading →

Iran terror response seen to US strike: Wash Post: "Iran would attack U.S. targets in Iraq and there is 'growing consensus that Iran's agents would target civilians in the United States, Europe and elsewhere,' The Post said."

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