Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Iran in the News

Iran in the News

This week, for all the headlines cited below, please join us in proclaiming THIS DECREE:

"Rise up, O Judge of the earth; Render punishment to the proud."
(Psalm 94:2)

1. Iran: U.S. is in no position to attack - AP

Iran's foreign minister said Saturday the United States was in no position for another war, and maintained that negotiations — not threats — were the only way to resolve the standoff over its nuclear activities. Manouchehr Mottaki was responding to Vice President Dick Cheney, who renewed Washington's warning to Iran earlier Saturday that "all options" were on the table if Tehran continues to defy U.N. demands to halt uranium enrichment.

2. U.S.: Weapons Find Exposes Iran - AP

Massive cache seized north of Baghdad includes parts for sophisticated bombs believed to originate in Iran, military says.

3. Palestinians prepare to defend Iran - JNW

Palestinian Arab terror bosses say they are actively preparing to unleash a major wave of violence against Israel and US interests in the Middle East in defense of their allies in Iran.

4. Report: 3 Gulf states agree to IAF overflights en route to Iran - Ha'aretz

Three Arab states in the Persian Gulf would be willing to allow the Israel Air force to enter their airspace in order to reach Iran in case of an attack on its nuclear facilities, the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Siyasa reported on Sunday. According to the report, a diplomat from one of the gulf states visiting Washington on Saturday said the three states, Qatar, Oman and the United Arab Emirates, have told the United States that they would not object to Israel using their airspace, despite their fear of an Iranian response.