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5 March 2010

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Fadlallah urges serious stance against US-Israeli plots

Lebanese religious authority Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah said on Friday the Zionist regime is behind espionage activities of the America’s embassy in Lebanon. “Violating security of Lebanon by America is not separate from violating the country’s security and sovereignty by... (Continue reading)

Ahmadinejad: Our atomic bombs are our youths, athletes

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declares that nations that possess culture and civilization do not need to make atomic bombs. “I have repeatedly said that our atomic bombs are our youth and athletic heroes. A nation that possesses determination, intellect, culture... (Continue reading)

Iraq beefs up security ahead of Sunday vote

Iraq beefs up security ahead of Sunday vote

Hundreds of thousands of police and security forces are stationed across Iraq as part of an emergency security plan intended to protect voters on the March 7 Election Day. The plan, which started on March 3 and is to finish... (Continue reading)

Iranian cleric condemns Rigi sponsors

An Iranian cleric on Friday criticized certain regional countries for “supporting” the leader of the Jundallah terrorist group, Abdolmalek Rigi. “Certain Middle Eastern countries worked with hegemonic [powers] in supporting Rigi and the arrest of this criminal came as a... (Continue reading)

Iran sanctions draft circulated at UNSC

Western powers circulated a draft in the UN Security Council for new sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program, as the US-led campaign to win support for the measure appears to have failed. According to The New York Times, the... (Continue reading)

Brown defends invasion of Iraq

Much to the bewilderment of England’s bereaved families, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says that the Downing Street made the right decision for the country to invade Iraq and that he funded the war properly. “I believe this is the... (Continue reading)

Iraqi expatriates cast their votes

Iraqi expatriates cast their votes

Iraqi expatriates vote for their favorite candidates as the violence-weary nation braces for its key weekend parliamentary election scheduled for the. An estimated 1.4 million Iraqis from the war-stricken nation’s large Diaspora rushed on Friday to polling stations in 80... (Continue reading)

Zionist forces raid Al-Aqsa Mosque compound

Zionist Israeli forces have stormed the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the occupied East Jerusalem Al-Quds and cordoned off its premises where dozens of Palestinian protesters had gathered. Eyewitnesses said that Israeli policemen had encircled the Al-Aqsa Mosque since... (Continue reading)

Fatah: US-backed talks with Israel waste of time

Fatah: US-backed talks with Israel waste of time

A Palestinian Fatah spokesman casts doubt on the benefits of resuming peace talks with Israel after reports that the US-mediated “proximity talks” could start on Sunday. “There is no benefit from either direct or indirect negotiations with the Israeli government... (Continue reading)

GAO report: US sanctions on Iran will prove ineffective

GAO report: US sanctions on Iran will prove ineffective

Amid US calls for punitive action against Iran, a congressional report finds that Washington’s poor record-keeping and outdated data filing will prove any US sanctions against Iran ineffective. According to the latest findings of the US Government Accountability Office (GAO),... (Continue reading)

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