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April 2007

Sadr Sacks His MPs, Two for Talking to Americans

April 7, 2007 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

On April 5, Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr dismissed two his group's representatives in the Iraqi Parliament for conducting talks with the U.S. occupiers. Two days later, he dismissed the rest. [Editor's Note: The way the electoral system works in Iraq is that people vote for parties - and then the party leadership [Read more]

Sadr Sacks His MPs, Two for Talking to Americans

April 7, 2007 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

On April 5, Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr dismissed two his group's representatives in the Iraqi Parliament for conducting talks with the U.S. occupiers. Two days later, he dismissed the rest. [Editor's Note: The way the electoral system works in Iraq is that people vote for parties - and then the party leadership [Read more]

Pelosi Attempts to Return Balance to American Policy

April 7, 2007 // Syria News - Syria - Arabic

Despite the objections voiced by the administration of George W. Bush, the visit to Damascus of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi - the third most powerful figure in the United States - is of particular importance. By carrying out this visit, Mrs. Pelosi confirms the existence of a desire to restore balance to American [Read more]

The Hate that Has Been Planted …

April 5, 2007 // Azzaman - Iraq - Arabic

Political analysts and observers - first and foremost those in Iraq - are perplexed by the exceptional support and complete backing shown by the American President for Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki, especially over the past four months. The bewilderment of this diverse crowd of observers is due to a simple [Read more]

The Hate that Has Been Planted …

April 5, 2007 // Azzaman - Iraq - Arabic

Political analysts and observers - first and foremost those in Iraq - are perplexed by the exceptional support and complete backing shown by the American President for Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki, especially over the past four months. The bewilderment of this diverse crowd of observers is due to a simple [Read more]

Tehran Again Miscalculates

April 1, 2007 // Arab Times - Kuwait - English

NO one believes that 15 British Royal Marines were "arrested" for crossing into Iran's territorial waters. It is hard to fathom that the televised confessions of some of these soldiers on TV were anything but dictated by their kidnappers. Iran must have planned the operation to ensure that the incident could be linked [Read more]
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