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Palestinian refugees UN based analysis

A Palestinian friend sent me this…

Palestine’s refugees
Published Tuesday 22/06/2010 (updated) 25/06/2010 13:51
Palestinian refugees receive food from a United Nations distribution point in the
southern Gaza Strip city of Rafah on 21 August 2008. [MaanImages/Hatem Omar]
Madrid – IRIN – The United Nations’ humanitarian news and analysis service released a report on Palestinain refugees on Tuesday, one day after the world marked the International Day of the Refugee.
The following are facts and figures about the current and historical situation of Palestinian refugees starting in 1948.

Fast facts

The total number of displaced Palestinians worldwide is 7.1 million, including:
– 6.6 million refugees, and 427,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs)
– 67 percent of all Palestinians worldwide are refugees or IDPs
– 4,766,670 refugees registered with UNRWA
– UNRWA definition of Palestinian refugees: “People whose normal place of residence was Palestine between June 1946 and May 1948, who lost both their homes and means of livelihood as a result of the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict.” As a rule, those displaced after 1948 do not qualify for UNRWA assistance
– More than one million refugees whose displacement dates back to 1947-1948 are not registered with UNRWA
– 340,016 Palestinians are registered with UNHCR

Timeline

– 29 November 1947: By approving Resolution 181, the UN General Assembly adopted a plan to partition the 1923-48 British Mandate of Palestine.
– November 1947-July 1949: War in the British Mandate of Palestine led to the flight of over 720,000 Palestinians, according to the UN. Non-UN estimates for the number of refugees displaced in 1948 range from 400,000 to almost one million.
– 9 April 1948: The Deir Yassin massacre just outside Jerusalem in which over 100 Palestinians were killed, shocked civilian Palestinian populations throughout the British Mandate of Palestine
– 11 December 1948: By issuing Resolution 194, the UN General Assembly recognized the Palestinian refugees’ right to return to their homes. To date, this resolution has not been implemented.
– 14 May 1948 – July 1949: Hours after British withdrawal from the British Mandate of Palestine on 14 May 1948, the state of Israel was declared on 78 percent of that territory. Following the Arab rejection of the UN Partition Plan to divide Palestine between Jews and Arabs, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq invaded Israel.
– July 1949: Israel reached armistice agreements with Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt.
– 1 May 1950: UNRWA began its field operations.
– 5-10 June 1967: War broke out between Israel and Egypt, Syria and Jordan. As a result of the conflict, an additional 100,000-300,000 Palestinians became displaced.
– 1967-present day: Estimates vary greatly on the annual rate of new displacements, but Palestinian sources cite up to 20,000 newly displaced persons per year.

Reasons for new displacement include Israel’s construction of a separation barrier in the West Bank and Jerusalem, the construction of illegal Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, the revocation of residency rights and house demolitions.

Country by country: Where do the Palestinians live

The overwhelming majority of Palestinians live in the Middle East. UNRWA operates in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the occupied Palestinian territory. There are also sizeable numbers of refugees living in Iraq, Egypt and outside the Middle East.

Jordan
– Around 1.9 Palestinian refugees are registered with UNRWA
– Unlike any other host country, Jordan granted Palestinian refugees full citizenship rights, except for 120,000 people who originally came from the Gaza Strip
– There are 10 official and three unofficial refugee camps in Jordan
Click here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in Jordan

Lebanon
– Around 425,000 Palestinian refugees are registered with UNRWA
– There are 12 official refugee camps
– Given their condition as stateless, Palestinians in Lebanon are denied many basic rights basic rights. For instance, they are barred from around 20 professions and have no access to public social services. Even access to health and educational services is limited, often rendering registered refugees heavily dependent on UNRWA.
– Around 3,000 Palestinians in Lebanon are not registered with UNRWA and have no other form of identity documents. They are barred from practically every form of assistance, and survive thanks to NGOs.
Click here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in Lebanon.

Syria
Around 427,000 Palestinian refugees are registered with UNRWA.
There are nine official and three unofficial camps.
Palestinians enjoy the same rights as the Syrian population, barring citizenship rights.
Click here here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in Syria.

Gaza
– An estimated 1.1 million Palestinians out of Gaza’s 1.5 million population are UNRWA-registered refugees.
– There are eight UNRWA-administered camps in the Gaza Strip.
– As a result of Israel’s occupation since 1967 and an ongoing blockade on the Gaza Strip, the population suffers severe economic problems.
UNRWA’s activities in the Gaza Strip have been severely restricted by the blockade.
– Military conflict, including Israel’s 23-day military offensive starting 27 December 2008, has led to the frequent destruction of homes and other infrastructure in Gaza, much of which has not been rebuilt because of the blockade.
Click here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in Gaza.

West Bank
– 779,000 Palestinians are registered with UNRWA.
– There are 19 overcrowded and poorly serviced camps.
– The ongoing occupation and military checkpoints and closures implemented by the Israeli army put a huge strain on the West Bank economy.
Click here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in the West Bank.

Israel
– Palestinians whose forbears were displaced in 1948 but remained within the borders of what is now Israel are estimated to number 335,204.
– They have the right to Israeli citizenship but are denied the right to return to their home towns or villages.

Egypt
– Palestinians fled to Egypt during the 1948, 1956 and 1967 wars.
– It is estimated that there are up to 50,000 Palestinians in Egypt.
– However, they do not have permanent residency rights, nor can they register as refugees.
– There is no UNRWA presence in Egypt.

Iraq
– Up until May 2006, UNHCR estimated that 34,000 Palestinians lived in Iraq. Today, only 11,544 UNHCR-registered Palestinian refugees remain.
– Palestinians have been targeted and scores have been killed by militant groups since the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq. As such, many Palestinians who were living in Iraq have suffered forced displacement twice: once from their original homes, and then from their host country.
– Most fleeing Palestinians have sought refuge in neighboring Syria and Jordan.

UNRWA versus UNHCR

Such is the scale and uniqueness of the Palestinian refugee problem that the UN has one agency for Palestinian refugees alone and another for all other refugees across the world.

After the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict, the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) was established by the UN General Assembly on 8 December 1949 “to carry out direct relief and works programmes for Palestine refugees.”

UNRWA began operations on 1 May 1950 and because no solution to the Palestine refugee problem has been forthcoming, the General Assembly has repeatedly renewed UNRWA’s mandate, most recently extending it until 30 June 2011.

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) was established on 14 December 1950 to help Europeans displaced by World War II. It is mandated to “to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide.”

The BADIL Resource Centre for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights describes the situation of Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) as “the largest and longest-standing case of displaced persons in the world today.”

Source: http://www.maannews.net/eng/ViewDetails.aspx?ID=293757

 

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Click click, BOOM, the murder of Obaidah AlQudsi

UPDATE: The specific details causing this post are given at the end.

A good friend told me today of news that the Zionist scum in Hebron shot and killed a Palestinian who had recently graduated from the International Islamic University of Malaysia ( IIUM )  (locally called UIA : Universiti Islam Antarabangsa).

They shot him in the chest and the legs. They kicked his body. and denied his family access to his body for days.

israeli soldiers have their picture taken with their dead palestinian 'trophy' (library photo)

israeli soldiers have their picture taken with their dead palestinian 'trophy' (library photo)

When celebrating Eid this year, please remember the blessed peaceful life you have been given. Then ask yourself whether you have some responsibility to do something so that others may also have a peaceful and happy Eid/Hari Raya next year.

 Worty website with a sharp eye on the occupation, theft and genocide of Palestine: The Corner Report,
News & more from the Northwest Corner of Connecticut & beyond

 Israyhells blockage causes water crisis in Gaza – Youtube posting 14th Sept 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuhB93AT7ME

The Murder of Obaidah AlQudsi.

Assalamulalikum wrb.
 
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
 
As we celebrate the joyous occasion of Eid, let us nnot forget the struggles of our Palestinian brothers and sisters. One such person that I have seen in Malaysia perfoming a nasheed by Friends of AlAqsa is brother Obaidah… please take time to read his tragic story…
 
Obaidah AlQudsi, a Palestinian   artist known among his friends for his beautiful voice and lovely character. A few days ago, Obaidah passed away in an Israeli hospital after being held as an injured prisoner. On 26th August, Obaidah was heading to the Abraham Mosque in the Old City of Hebron. While walking to the mosque, Israeli soldiers shot him 4 explosive bullets; two in the abdomen and two in his legs.
 
Obaidah, the peaceful soul was murdered in the street in cold blood. Ambulance vehicles were banned from attending to his bleeding body for 30 minutes. Seeing him bleeding didn’t satisfy their evil lust for blood, hence they beat up his body mercilessly. After awhile, he was arrested and sent to an Israeli hospital in occupied Jerusalem. Ever since Obaidah was under their custody, he was in coma. Obaidah spent about 3 weeks in the Israeli hospital; and his family was not allowed to visit him until the last day of his  life!
 
On the morning of 13th September, Obaidah’s soul departed to its Creator seeking His ultimate justice. Hasbunallahu wane’mal wakeel.
 
Obaidah will always be remembered among his family and friends forhis sweet voice and lovely smile. His poetry and nasheed will always be celebrated by Palestinians, Muslims and all free people of the world as true words of wisdom and honor.
 
Synopsis about the martyr : Obaidah Maher Abdul Mu’ti al Qudsi Dwaik  
 
Born in 1984 in Hebron city, Palestine to a respected family. His father is a well known uztaz and businessman.
 
Obaidah  joined  International Islamic University (IIUM) and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Journalism. At the University, Obaidah was active in cocurricular activities and always a forerunner in working for any Ummatic issues. Obaidah was elected iinto the main board of AlAqsa Friends Society in 2003, and from 2004-2007, he led the famous AlAqsa Nasheed groups in IIUM.
 
In 2008, he returned home in Palestine to live with his family and run his father’s business. He got engaged a few months later and arranged for his wedding to be held right after eid alfitri. Unfortunately, the criminal Zionist soldiers won’t let his family celebrate this eid happily, not let Obaidah’s fiancee have a future with him!
 
AlFatihah for our brother Obaidah. InshaAllah those who are slain unjustly be rewarded a place in Jannah……
 
Salams,
–friend of lwtc247–

lwtc247 says: May the evil bastards and those who support them rot in hell! 

Pro-Palestinian artwork

Salam.

I’m no artist, but I’m experimenting with some images to design pro-Palestinian awareness leaflets. I’m going to put my stuff here and if you know of any other good places for such art, please let me know. Feel free to link to your own ideas.

I’ll start off this this video:
(anti-zionist video) – Abdel Malik Ali

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSrWziKfgRA

 Welocme to the Gaza strip(lwtc247)

wecome to the Gaza strip 1

 

Welcome to Palestine: Map of Palestine(lwtc247)

Wecome To Palestine 1

Israel History X

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooTKpGGlU3Q]

As your head hits the pillow, ask yourself what you have done today to fight Zionism?

As your head hits the pillow, ask yourself what you have done today to fight Zionism?

 That’s a question Dr. Azzam Tamimi asked about 3400 of us at a convention today. The convention had the title “End of the Zionist agenda”.

 kbaz-pwtc

‘Us’ being the people who fiercely reject Zionism or are making an effort to understand what it is and how to accelerate it’s defeat.

  I’ve known of Dr. Tamimi for a few years now and admired his words and outlook.

 Dr. Tamimi took us through some historical aspects of Zionism, as he saw it. I didn’t manage to scribble all that he said (how many times have I regretted not getting a camcorder or a voice recorder) so apologies if I’m in error, but I’m making an effort to be as accurate as I can. If you were there and can offer corrections, please do so.

  Dr Tamimi said The Talmud tells the Jews not to return until the Messiah appeared. 3-4m Jews at the time of the WZO (1897, Basle, Switzerland).  Israel only succeeded because it is useful to the dominant powers at the time [and presumably now].

 Martin Luther was the founder of Christian Zionism. He believed the Messiah would not come until the Jews returned to Israel. That’s why the Europeans wanted the Jews to return. [So Dr. Tamimi is saying Israel is a Christian phenomenon i.e. a Christian Zionist invention]

 Dr Tamimi mentioned the Pogroms of 1885 [I’m not sure in what capacity – due to hatred of the Jews, a despicable plan to make them want to leave Russia, or some other reason].

 Then he said QUOTE: “I assure you the Messiah will never come” [I think he also said the Mehdi will not come OR he repeated the Messiah will not come]

 Tamimi said lots of places were floated as a homeland for the Jews. Herzl went to King of Italy for Libya as a homeland for the Jews, and in that meeting Herzl declared he didn’t believe in God. [I’m sot sure of Tamimi’s analysis of Herzl – but I think the pogroms were mentioned as something that drove Herzl to try and make a state for the Jews, was it out of human compassion for the oppressed Jews – displaying a kinship with them even though Herzl didn’t believe in God?]

 The British offered Palestine as the place for the homeland of the Jews.

 Tamimi passionately dismissed those who say they Jews control everything. He said such a statement went against his faith as only God controls everything [That statement was actually critically flawed logic. Yes God controls everything but he gives us free will to decide for ourselves what we do. Plus one can also said the Jews are allowed to control everything by the will of God]

 Tamimi said the Jews were reluctant to go to Israel. [From my research there is contradictory evidence available that supports his statement and opposes it] “This was the role of Hitler” Tamimi said. [This is a conspiracy theory , which may actually be right. It’s as if Hitler was created (which he may have been) to persuade the Jews to go to Palestine. The theory is very difficult for me to accept and Tamimi seemed to destroy his own theory]. He fully acknowledged the holocaust of the Jews (and he mentioned the gypsies and handicapped) but he did say the number can be questioned but the number wasn’t important [He obviously didn’t mean it in the sense of ‘ignoring’ the pain of some victims. His theory is rather self defeating. By killing so many, I think 1m was the lowest of the possible figure me mentioned, then how can you persuade 1m dead to go to Palestine? If Hitler’s ‘final solution’ was real (I’ve not seen evidence to suggest it’s true) then if he did kill all the Jews then it would have destroyed any possibility of getting the Jews to Palestine!] Without the holocaust, Israel would never have been born. [1948 the fake state of Israel was declared]

Do not deny the Holocaust he said. The creation of Israel was to stop the emergence of the Islamic ‘empire’ re-emerging. He mentioned there are Jews who oppose Israel. He mentioned Ilan Peppe who was forced to flee the University of Haifa for Exeter in the UK.

 He also mentioned the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion and dismissed it as a fake and scorned it saying it had harmed the cause [this ‘harm’ reference may have been about the holocaust. My notes failed me]

 In Questions, he was asked was it Hitler’s purpose to get the Jews to Palestine [I cant remember his answer]. Also how can he assert the Protocols are a fake? – The questioner mentioned he himself had read them (and I think I met this individual before at an economics colloquium about a month back. – if it’s the same guy, I think he’s a pretty knowledgeable guy!) said some of the things in the protocols had come to pass. The same questioner also mentioned that what had happened over the last 100 years or so wasn’t being analysed from an Islamic perspective (I think he was referring to an Islamic eschatological analysis]. Tamimi replied about the protocols that we simply don’t know where they came from. He has a point, but it doesn’t mean they are for sure fake. As for eschatological analysis, he gave an interesting reply. Scholars analysing hadith always interpreted it with relevance to their time. What he means is that people were saying the end of the world was just around the corner for their generation, over 1000 years of this had transpired already and no end time had occurred. A good reply but it’s only a half answer. Because past generations may have been wrong, that doesn’t mean we are wrong now.

 He was also questioned about what I written down as “the Medhi” (note: in this case, not the Messiah – suggesting Tamimi earlier said the Mehdi AND the Messiah {which I’m almost 100% sure I wrote the quote accurately} were not coming, statement which actually stunned me a bit.) I think Tamimi only addressed the Mehdi in the answer and he may have said the matter was debateable possibly saying the Mehdi can be read as a concept of fighting oppression (what I have just said may be mixing up what was said in later sessions with this particular session, but I overall I think it’s not mixed), but Tamimi got passionate (or was it annoyed) saying words to the effect of ‘You sit around for the Medhi if you want. Don’t sit around for the Mehdi, do something now. Help the people of Palestine now’ A very good point.

 Overall a good speech, but a number of things he said, were quite debatable. However previously,  I never came across anything he said which I found peculiar.

 I still can’t get what he said about the Messiah and the Mehdi out of my head. I am extremely sure he is wrong about the Messiah not coming back. He said all cultures/religions have this Messiah. I got the impression to him that indicated it wasn’t true, but I think it could mean it’s is a clear sign he will return.

 I really must study my Qur’an harder. On a great deal of points, I find I’m not able to draw upon it’s contents to use as an instant mental check to assess the strength of what people are saying.

 I have leaf through it’s beautiful pages afterwards.

 OK. The Mehdi (Imam Mehdi) I think the only reference to him is in the Hadith. But surely that doesn’t mean the Mehdi won’t come or as Tamimi suggested that the Mehdi is only a concept.

 Tamimi mentioned boycotts, but said there should be a shortlist as people get tired and the list would be very big (and that we wouldn’t be able to use computers, which in a later session he said Jihad by speaking the truth via internet and publications etc is a strong form of Jihad)

 I disagree. I think a list should be as comprehensive as possible. I think local Muslim groups should give people a list of things to boycott.

 The other day I was thinking about boycotts. I remember seeing a boy and girl  raise their palms to the heavens and say “Allahhumma bariklana feema razaktana wakeena azabanar {amen}” [note: transliteration] just as they were about to eat their KFC.

 Then the short Q&A session started, it became quite visible to me, that we were starting to tie ourselves in knots but debating history, and putting forward our own views with perhaps the intention to persuade others to out understands and so on. We were losing the plot. Yes study of history is important, and historical analysis can, and DID vary a the convention – especially when different elements of numerous conspiracy theories cropped up, but we must not get distracted with endless and essentially fruitless academic/theoretical discussions and interpretations, but focus on real life NOW.

 Boycott, inform yourself and others also, struggle, read, pray, educate your children and other loved ones, your friends. Write letters to shopkeepers and supermarkets asking them not to buy in American and British goods when it is clear the companies are supporting the butchery in occupied Palestine. Resist the occupation by whatever valid means you can. If you cant resist, then provide aid and support to the resistors. If you can’t to this speak out in their favour and if you can’t do any of these, at least hate it in your heart.

 There already exists an army for Jihad against the fake state of Israyhell. There’s 6 billion people in it. And within that army, there is a stronger division of almost 1.1 billion, and within that division is a unit of perhaps a few million who can act with physical force, and within that, is a brigade of few hundred thousand martyrs waiting to strike the numerous legitimate branches of the wicked, illegal, oppressive and outright savage occupation and thieved

 All of the layers of this army can do something and WILL bring sown Zionism: evil by another name.

 Dr. Mohsen Salleh, Director of Al-Zytouna Centre of Studies and Consultations (an organisation a number of friends have spoken highly of) based in Beirut, Lebanon was also good, as was Dr. Roslan’s, but I didn’t have many notes from their addresses.

 The handout was great. A good amount of scholoarly literature on the issue, and approx 3400 people!! Alhamdulillah, alhamdulillah, alhamdulillah! Allahuakbar.

 My head needs to hit the pillow now but I’ll continue this part of jihad tomorrow. InsyaAllah.

 

 http://kbaz.net/en/

http://paints-in-life.blogspot.com/2009/05/panelist-for-convention-end-of-zionist.html

http://teoza.wordpress.com/2009/04/10/the-ending-of-zionist-agenda/

Listen, oh ye Christians to thy learned and righteous scholars

The coming of Jesus was one of the most significant events in the history of man. No matter how his teachings may have been ignored, distorted or inverted, the residual fundamentals of Jesus remain. The influence of Jesus manefests itself in clear understandings of the forces which are primarily responsible for shaping the planet today, towards the few who sincerely try to understand Jesus’s message.

 

Gaza Made Simple For Christians By Ted Pike 2009 (rev.) 9m32s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoFODk_Mdo8

 

It wasn’t too long ago that there was a great animosity between Christians and Jews. Understandable perhaps given that according to Christian doctrine, the Jews killed the son of God. In the eyes of a Christian surely that was a very great crime indeed.

 

Examination of Jewish Rabbinical writings on the matter try to excuse that killing, denouncing Jesus as a magician, a dangerous impostor and they called his mother, the most devout and chaste Mary. So how then can we explain the strange modern Judaeo-Christian alliance?

 

Christian perspective: Ted Pike – Zionism and Christianity: Unholy Alliance 1h35m23s


Take note of the “Birth Pains” from Sanhedrin 99a in the Talmud referenced at 45m46s. Did you remember Condolseeza Rice’s strange “birth pangs” comment when Israyhell was blitzkreiging Lebanese people in the summer of 2006 (originally said 2007 – sorry)
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4452153918748081072&ei=1b-5SfzFMo3QwgPD2IXSAQ&q=zionism+and+christianity+unwholy+alliance

 

 

An Islamic view: Sheikh Imran Hosein – The Strange World of Today 58m31s


http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=58970090549295220
 

 

 

An ingenious example of speech and politics

One of my friends usually sends me great e-mails. Here’s the latest:

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An ingenious example of speech and politics occurred recently in the United Nations Assembly and made the world community smile.

The Palestinian Representative’s Speech at the UN:

‘Before beginning my talk I want to tell you something about Moses. When he struck the rock and it brought forth water, he thought, ‘What a good opportunity to have a bath!’

He removed his clothes, put them aside on the rock and entered the water. When he got out and wanted to dress, his clothes had vanished.
An Israeli had stolen them.’

The Israeli  representative jumped up furiously and shouted, ‘What are you talking about? The Israelis weren’t there then.’

The Palestinian representative smiled and said:
‘And now that we have made that clear, I will begin my speech.’

 

UPDATE:

We endorse the The Petition to Investigate War Crimes in Gaza Petition to of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court.

Read the The Petition to Investigate War Crimes in Gaza Petition

Zion / Iran & China / Taiwan

 

Taiwan is set to look for UN membership and is planning to hold 2 referenda on the March 22 presidental election. China I feel, will simply not allow Taiwan to assert independence. These steps will be straw that will trigger (finally) a Chinese response as it takes steps to reunify the island. Whether it’s by initial invasion, is I think unlikely – I think a naval blockade is the most likely answer, and it’s not se east to see WHEN exactly that will happen. March 22 would certainly a significant day however.

If/when it does happen, it is likely that the air attack by the Zionists occupying Palestine upon Iran soon folowed by US participation. Purely an air based attack – possibly involving mini-nukes.

Reading today this (next paragraph) from Irans PressTV as well as China’s acceptance for a third round of sanctions makes me think Taiwan is the price. Remember Iran is only selling it’s gas to China for foreign currency – Iran itself says it needs energy to power modernisation (hence the nuclear programme). China may risk harmig its gas / oil stakes in Iran if Iran needs to utilize its own hydrocarbon resources if forced to abandon its nuclear ambitions. So what we may wonder is China’s price.

PRESSTV Sun, 09 Mar 2008 17:23:44 GMT
http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=46690§ionid=351020104

Senior Kuwaiti strategist Sami al-Faraj says an Israeli military strike on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear facilities is not a bad idea.

In a Sunday interview with the daily Al-Siyassah, the former government adviser said Iran’s nuclear program has become a major concern for all Persian Gulf littoral states and therefore an Israeli attack may be an appropriate solution.

The question is what would it do if it were a nuclear nation? We have to call a spade a spade and say that burying the military nuclear Iranian project is in the interest of PGCC states, said al-Faraj, who heads the independent Kuwait Center for Strategy Studies.

He added that it would be ‘less embarrassing’ if Israel cripples Iran’s nuclear program rather than the US.

Honestly speaking, they would be achieving something of great strategic value for the PGCC by stopping Iran’s tendency for hegemony over the area, he said.

Kuwait hosts several US military facilities and has developed into a key western ally in the Persian Gulf region.
Breaking News » World » Middle East » Iran

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UPDATE: (hopefully NOT indicicative of what I’m saying)

The resignation of the commander of US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan does not signal a policy change on Iran, US Defence Secretary Robert Gates says.

1) Admiral William Fallon quits over Iran policy
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/article3534102.ece
2) Fallon Resigns As Mideast Military Chief
– Admiral William Fallon – Commander of US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan who publically took a astand against an invasion of Iran resigns.
(http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5g4TCb3GE9GQnVpZaWHA-cPBpbwmwD8VBGGC00)
Also:
US report softens stance on China
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/7291055.stm


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