» 07/19/2012, 00.00
Suicide bomber on Israeli buses held false U.S passport
For Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu "all signs point to Iran." Today two planes will bring injured in attack in Bulgaria home. Security cameras reveal bomber had been hanging around the airport for an hour.
For US, tourist attack bore "some of the hallmarks of Hezbollah"
Pentagon joins Israel. The attacker wore a wig, had a Middle Eastern accent, and probably enjoyed logistical support from one or two people. Three kg of TNT were used.
No doubts for Israel: Burgas bombing work of Hezbollah, sponsored by Iran
Prime Minister’s charges reaffirmed by the heads of foreign affairs and defense. Tehran denies any involvement. The investigations aim to ensure the identity of the bomber. Sweden, which excludes claims it was one of its nationals.
Suicide attack on Mosque in Zahedan, 19 dead, 125 injured
The day of prayer for the death of Fatima, daughter of Mohammad, was being celebrated in the mosque. Local authorities suspect the terrorist gesture aims to disrupt upcoming presidential elections. The city is a centre for trade in opiates. A feud between drug gangs or ethnic-religious tensions between Sunni and Shiites, is not ruled out as root cause.
01/03/2012 IRAN - US - ISRAEL
US and Hizbollah call for restraint, no attack on Iran
For Hizbollah, an Israeli attack against Iran would set the region on fire. For the United States, it would put Americans in Afghanistan and Iraq in harm's way. In Israel, the relative merits of an attack are being discussed. In Iran, parliamentary elections pit Ahmadinejad against Khamenei.
Ahmadinejad tightens social control noose
By placing his men in top public administration and economy posts, the president is imposing lifestyles and restrictions on freedoms. In universities, “liberal” lecturers have been pensioned off. And then there are indirect methods, like fining taxi drivers if their clients are not “perfectly covered”, thus turning them into watchdogs too.
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