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* Preventing the Iranian Nuclear Crisis from Escalating  Pierre Goldschmidt

* An Open letter to Mrs Hillary Clinton - signed by 96 sinatories  Ali Behrooz

* Iran's Failed 'Litmus Test'  News Report

* A Sensible Path on Iran  News Report

* A Freshman’s Solution  Ali Behrooz

* Iran – a tough nut for the American election candidates  Korosh Erfani

* Obama shaken, rattled, and rolled  Dick Polman

* The Ayatollahs’ Choice?  Ali Behrooz

* ‘With enemies like this…’  Ali Behrooz

* Mitigating Iranian Mischief  David Ignatius

* Playing at CINC  Michelle Oddis

* The Conceit of Hindsight  Richard Dawkins

* The lesser of two evils  Ali Behrooz

* Gertrude Himmelfarb - Queen bee of American neoconservatives -PROFILE:  Gertrude Himmelfarb

* Analysis: Iran's political flux mirrored in US  News Report

* Lebanon and the Lebanese need a lot more than just a new president  News Report

* Iran seen to need 3-8 yrs to produce bomb  Jon Boyle

* Invasion would be a disaster  Michael Evans

* The Warmongers!  Ali Behrooz

* It Doesn't Get Any Worse Than That, Ray"  William A. Cook

* Chaotic, Disarrayed and Appeasing  Ali Behrooz

* Still a messiah?  Isabel Hilton

* The fallout from an attack on Iran would be devastating  News Report

* Intellectually Progressive  Ali Behrooz

* Islamists, USA and Terrorists – Foes or Friends?  Ali Behrooz

* No Sanctuary for Rashid Ghazi  Ali Behrooz

* 'The driving force of global terror'  News Report

* Getting serious about Syria  News Report

* Mideast lessons from Northern Ireland  News Report

* Defusing the Israeli-Syrian PR war  News Report

* The Democrats After November  Mike Davis

* Mid-Point In The Middle East?  Tariq Ali

* Nato's Islamists  Cihan tuğal

* France’s foreign policy  Bernard Cassen

* Interview: Bank Pressures Hit Iranian Business Harder than Sanctions  Lee Hudson Teslik

* Interview: Gingrich: Bipartisanship, and Possibly His Candidacy, Needed to Right U.S. Foreign Policy  Robert McMaho

* Turks are reconstructing Northern Iraq  Serpil Yilmaz

* Two men on the wrong mission  Robert Fox

* General Sees Iran s Hand in Iraq Fight  Robert Burns

* Bush's Dilemma: Iran vs. Israel  Patrick J. Buchanan

* Iran may be the greatest crisis of modern times  John Pilger

* Intelligence Indications And Warnings Abound On Bush Iran Military Strike  Wayne Madsen

* As peace summit ends, war begins  News Report

* Solution in Sight  Noam Chomsky


Chaotic, Disarrayed and Appeasing
[ Ali Behrooz]
[Source: Iran's Crises – English (ICE)]


While Israelis and Palestinians are trying to draw up a roadmap leading them out of the stalemate they have been entangled with for the past 6 decades, Ayatollah Khamenh’i condemns the forthcoming Middle East Peace Conference as a devious and failed effort that is “being made to once again make an imposition on the Palestinian people in the name of peace". Hamas leader, Ismail Haniyeh had already warned Arab leaders “"not to fall into the trap of the coming conference."
Ayatollahs’ support for Hamas, Hezbollah, and other extremist-Islamist factions in the Middle East, goes well beyond moral backing of the Palestinians’ just cause. Ayatollahs want an end to the existence of Israel, and its substitution with an Islamic empire stretching from the Indian Ocean to the African continent. And they do not hide this.
One cannot deny the fact that both Israel and the USA’s efforts in the past have been unproductive, impractical and against the Palestinians’ wishes. Nevertheless, the aims and objectives of Khamenh’i are as ruthless and dangerous as those of the Israelis. Israel’s continuous aggression against Palestinians and her denial of the Palestinians’ rights, have not only made formulating a practical solution difficult, but also encouraged violence, carnage and distrust in the ‘holy land’. More importantly, unwavering support of the USA for Israel, and bloodshed in Iraq has paved the way for Ayatollahs to penetrate in the heart of the Middle East, hoping to fulfill a long lasting dream.
The root for today’s strong condemnation of the conference should, however, be found in the recent frank comments by President Putin of Russia who dismissed the notion of Ayatollahs having any nuke ambitions. His opposition to gear up economic sanctions is an added bonus that is welcomed by the Ayatollahs.
The Russians and the newly embattled British Government are not the only ones who woo Ayatollahs. Hillary Clinton, in a not so surprising comment, declares that she "would immediately open a diplomatic negotiation with Iran over all issues that we disagree with them on." This is when she acknowledges that Ayatollahs and the Revolutionary Guards "are supporting sending weapons into Iraq right now that are used against” American troops.
Now, if you were in the position of the Ayatollahs and observed such chaotic, disarrayed and in many occasions appeasing stance by the world’s leaders, would you not feel assured in condemning and derailing all peace-making efforts in the Middle East?
ali behrooz
13 October 2007





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