Saturday, July 10, 2010


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clutch of Iraq war hawks appear to be preparing the ground, beginning after the Labour Day holiday, Sep. 6.

November mid-term elections coming up. Obama are "soft on Iran"

"By the first quarter of 2011, we will know wrote Bush's former national security adviser, Stephen Hadley, and Israeli Brig. Gen. Michael Herzog in Washington Institute for Near Policy (WINEP), a think tank closely tied to (AIPAC)

''We cannot afford to wait wrote former Democratic Sen. Charles Robb and Air Force Gen. Charles Wald.

based on Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), neo-conservative foreign policydirector, Michael Makovsky, whose brother is a senior official at WINEP, Makovsky a consultant to Pentagon office set up to find evidence of ties between al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein urged Obama to "augment the Fifth Fleet presence in the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman, deployment additional (aircraft) carrier battle group and minesweepers to the waters off Iran and initiate a 'strategic partnership' with Azerbaijan

blockading refined petroleum would effectively be an act of war. John Bolton
sanctions, not sufficient

Obama waffled wrote William Kristol and Jamie Fly who direct the Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI), the successor of the neo- conservative-led Project for the New American Century (PNAC).

remarks by United Arab Emirates (UAE) Amb. Yousef al-Otaiba, at The Atlantic magazine
retreat in Colorado. "We cannot live with a nuclear Iran," Otaiba saying in a Washington Times article by Eli Lake, a prominent neo-conservative journalist.

the Wall Street Journal's editorial board opined U.S. or Israel, to stop Iran.

Otaiba interviewed by The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg

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