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    Latest hot news.... that Sheikh, the radical Shi'ite leader Al Sadr is said to be on the run and in hiding!!! Possibly in Iran by now...possibly!

    Only Allah will know where to fish him out... I'm sure, he's not going to squat under a bunker, waiting for the all-clear like Saddam...

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    Latest hot news.... that Sheikh, the radical Shi'ite leader Al Sadr is said to be on the run and in hiding!!! Possibly in Iran by now...possibly!

    Only Allah will know where to fish him out... I'm sure, he's not going to squat under a bunker, waiting for the all-clear like Saddam...
    It is so very true. I watched it on CNN tonight. The freakin Coward. Left his on for the wolves. Now we will see what happens.

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    Iran denies aiding Iraq militia groups
    Feb 13, 2007
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    Iran denies aiding Iraq militia groups - Persian Journal Iran news, Latest iran news Iranian newspaper women zan

    Iran Monday claimed it was not giving aid to anti-American insurgents in Iraq. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini denied U.S. government statements that Iran had been providing weapons and weapons-making expertise expertise to militia groups operating in Iraq. He claimed Washington had "good experience in fabricating evidence" and described the accusations as groundless and inadmissible, the RIA Novosti news agency reported.

    RIA Novosti noted that senior American officials have stated that at least 170 U.S. troops serving in Iraq had been killed since June 2004 by improvised explosive devices, or IEDs, that were made in Iran or with Iranian help. Some of the devices have been powerful enough to destroy M-1 Abrams Main Battle Tanks, the RIA Novosti report said.

    U.S. relations with Iran have steadily grown more tense in recent months, especially over Iran's refusal to heed United Nations Resolution 1737 passed on Dec. 23, and abandon its nuclear ambitions. U.S. President George W. Bush has given approval to American forces in Iraq "to kill or capture Iranian agents suspected of abetting the insurgency there," the news agency said.

    U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates has stated that Washington has documented Iran's significant weapons supplies and other support to Shiite militias in Iraq.


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    Iran says it's ready for new nuke talks
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    Iran
    said it was ready to hold new talks on halting its controversial nuclear program. "mullahs' regime has consistently stated its readiness to discuss various issues through negotiations, even the issue of suspending work on uranium enrichment," Foreign Ministry's spokesman Mohammad-Ali Hosseini said.

    However, Hosseini's comments appeared unlikely to impress the U.S. government. They echoed remarks Sunday by Iran's maverick president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that Tehran was prepared to participate in fair negotiations on its uranium enrichment without preconditions. But Ahmadinejad also pledged that Iran would publicly proclaim a major step forward in its nuclear program by April 9.

    Many experts believe (that) could be the construction of new centrifuges at a nuclear facility at Natanz.

    Iran launched a second experimental chain of 164 centrifuges at Natanz in October 2006, and earlier said it will have a total of 3,000 centrifuges there by end of March 2007. The long-term target is 60,000, enough to advance to industrial-scale enrichment.

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said last week that another session of the Iran-6 mediation group on Tehran's controversial nuclear program could take place before the international nuclear watchdog submits a report to the U.N. Security Council.

    The Iran-6 group is comprised of Russia, the United States, Britain, France, Germany and China.



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    Austrian arms 'smuggled into Iraq from Iran'
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    Austrian arms 'smuggled into Iraq from Iran' - Persian Journal Iran news, Latest iran news Iranian newspaper women zan


    Sophisticated rifles supplied to Iran by an Austrian arms company in 2006 are finding their way into the hands of Iraqi insurgents.

    American troops have recovered more than 100 "Steyr .50 HS" rifles in Iraq, part of an Austrian consignment of 800 such weapons delivered to Iran over American protests that they could be given to insurgents, the Daily Telegraph reported.

    The Austrian government approved the sale of the rifles, made by precision weapons maker Steyr Mannlicher GmbH, after it concluded in 2004 that they would be used to fight narcotics smugglers.

    "We checked the proposal very thoroughly," Austrian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Astrid Harz said, noting that the situation in Iraq and the region in 2003-2004 was very different then than it is today.

    "What happened to the weapons then is the responsibility of the Iranians," Harz said.

    The 12.7 x 99 mm rifles are about 1.2m long, weigh more than 12kg and count as an anti-armour weapon among experts because of the high punch of its projectile.



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    Questions arise about Iran bomb claims
    Feb 13, 2007
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    struggled Tuesday to explain what it knows about alleged Iranian interference in Iraq after the Pentagon's top general appeared to contradict a recently released military dossier on the subject.

    At issue was a weekend briefing in Baghdad at which three senior U.S. military officials said that the "highest levels" of the Iranian government had ordered the smuggling into Iraq of high-tech roadside bombs that have been killing American soldiers.

    Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told reporters in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, that U.S. forces have arrested Iranians in Iraq and some of the materials used in roadside bombs had been made in Iran.

    "That does not translate that the Iranian government per se, for sure, is directly involved in doing this," Pace said.

    The assertion of Tehran's involvement, made by U.S. officers who spoke on condition of anonymity Sunday in Baghdad, had already drawn skeptical responses from some lawmakers and other critics still wary of an administration that based the invasion of Iraq on faulty intelligence.

    Those doubts increased Tuesday after Pace said the link between the bomb materials and the government had not been definitively proven.

    Defense experts said Pace's comments � and the way the dossier had been presented to reporters anonymously � cast doubt on how solid the administration case is against Iran. Some suggested the apparent mixed messages were meant to keep Tehran off guard.

    Michael O'Hanlon, an analyst with the Brookings Institution, a liberal-leaning think tank, called Pace's comments "close to a contradiction" of what briefers said Sunday in Baghdad.

    "Obviously, they can talk their way around it ... but these guys are not naive about how words are interpreted, and the guys in Baghdad knew what impression they wanted to leave listeners with," O'Hanlon said.

    John Hutson, a retired former Navy judge advocate general and dean of the Franklin Pierce Law School, said, "I think we have to take away from it a huge dose of caution."

    "If we have disagreement within the military about the role of the Iranians, we have to proceed very cautiously," he added.

    Defense Department spokesman Bryan Whitman said Tuesday he could not explain the apparent contradiction and referred questions to Pace's office and to American forces in Baghdad.

    A military official on Pace's staff said the general stands by his comments. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on the record.

    Asked if Pace had vetted the information that went into Sunday's briefing, the official said that Pace was aware of what was going to be presented in Baghdad but that the comment about involvement at the highest levels of Iranian government was not included in the material Pace was given.

    Asked in a CNN interview whether he believed Iranians were shipping weapons to Iraq, the top commander in the Middle East said Tuesday he didn't know. "I have no idea who may be actually with hands-on in this stuff, but I do know that this is not helpful to the situation in Iraq," said Navy Adm. William Fallon.

    White House spokesman Tony Snow said that he had phoned Pace on Tuesday and that there was no disagreement.

    He said Pace agreed with the basic scenario spelled out by U.S. military officials on Sunday and then backed up by the White House � that weapons are moving into Iraq through the Iran's Revolutionary Guards elite Quds Force.

    "The Quds Force is, in fact, an official arm of the Iranian government and, as such, the government bears responsibility and accountability for its actions, as you would expect of any sovereign government," Snow told White House reporters.

    "I think a lot of people are trying to whomp up a fight here that doesn't exist," Snow said.

    U.S. officials have claimed for years that weapons were entering the country from Iran but had stopped short of alleging involvement by top Iranian leaders.

    Sunday's briefing had been some time in the making. The administration moved to put together its information after Tehran demanded the United States present evidence of its allegations. Defense officials in Baghdad had first put together a larger dossier, but it was rejected by Defense Secretary Robert Gates and other administration officials who questioned some of the information in it.

    "Questions remain, questions have not been answered," said Christopher Preble, an analyst at the CATO Institute, a libertarian research group, also noting the unidentified sources at Sunday's briefing. "At some level, that just seems not very credible to me."


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    Iran president 'ready for talks'
    Feb 13, 2007


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    Mullahs' President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
    has insisted that Tehran is open to talks on its nuclear programme.
    Speaking to US TV network ABC, he said he opposed any increased nuclear proliferation, but said Iran's rights must be safeguarded.

    He denied suggestions he sought conflict with the US, saying Iran was "trying to find ways to love people".

    On Monday, Mr Ahmadinejad said Iran would defend itself against any US attack on its nuclear facilities.

    He was speaking after US officials said they had evidence Iran was providing weapons to Shia militias in Iraq who were attacking the US military.

    But President George Bush dismissed any suggestion that an attack was imminent, describing such speculation as "noise" by critics of his administration.

    Iran has insisted it will continue to enrich uranium, in defiance of the UN nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

    Tehran says its nuclear programme is for peaceful purposes, but the US suspects Iran of secretly developing nuclear weapons.



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    He is always ready for talks... thats the usual stance threy take while playing for time with misschief in the making....and hoping the other sidde gets battered on home grounds...

    See how the Dems and all those wackin /freakin' demonstrators demanding US soldiers to pull out... but also wished damn hell that they get MIGHTY rich too with Dinar RV's....

    Two most divided world of greedy voters we see so far....hahaaa


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