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The Lessons of 9/11 and the Iran Nuclear Agreement

On Friday, we marked the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on our beloved country. In the spirit of patriotism and a profound sense of humanity, I observe a moment of silence in honor of over 2,000 people whose lives were cut short as a result of these senseless attacks and I encourage you to do the same in the spirit of human solidarity. 951 more words


Israel lets Mordechai Vanunu discuss its nuclear program on primetime TV

timesofisrael.com – David Horovitz


In a remarkable departure from decades of nuclear secrecy, Israel’s military censors permitted nuclear spy Mordechai Vanunu to give a lengthy interview to primetime Israeli television on Friday night, in a move that took Israel closer than ever to acknowledging the existence of its nuclear arsenal. 81 more words


Special review by CIA concludes Hillary Clinton received top secret emails at personal account

The New York Times is reporting Monday night that a special intelligence review conducted by both the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency found that top secret emails were sent to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s personal account, including one concerning North Korea’s nuclear weapons program. 373 more words

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North Korea Expanding its Nuclear Program -- International Atomic Energy Agency Says

The Associated Press

VIENNA (AP) — The head of the U.N. atomic energy agency says satellite imagery of North Korea’s main nuclear site indicates that the country is expanding its atomic program. 373 more words

A Decade For All The Mullahs To Depart

I don’t know about you, but I have been seeing a lot of commercials on cable news and elsewhere, from a group known as “Citizens For A Nuclear Free Iran”.   2,054 more words


Nukes? What nukes? The US delusions about Iran

The level of self-delusion to which the US Administration is submitting itself in order to justify the Iran deal would be highly comical if it were not so breath-takingly dangerous.  1,696 more words

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