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  1. FOCUS –  Bush warnt vor „nuklearem Holocaust“ durch Iran
    US-Präsident George W. Bush hat eine Parallele zwischen dem Holocaust und der Bedrohung durch einen nuklear aufgerüsteten Iran gezogen. Er rief alle Verbündeten auf, das Regime von Präsident Mahmud Ahmadinedschad zu isolieren.
     US-Präsident Bush bei seiner Rede in RenoIrans Streben nach der Atombombe „droht eine ohnehin schon für Instabilität und Gewalt bekannte Region in den Schatten eines nuklearen Holocausts zu stellen“, sagte Bush am Dienstag (Ortszeit) vor Veteranen in Reno im US-Bundesstaat Nevada. „Wir werden gegen diese Gefahr angehen, bevor es zu spät ist.“ Bush rief alle Verbündeten auf, „Irans Regime zu isolieren und Wirtschaftssanktion en zu verhängen“. Der iranische Präsident hatte mehrfach mit der Vernichtung Israels gedroht.
      

    1. STERN Bush befürchtet „nuklearen Holocaust

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      US-Präsident Bush sieht eine neue Dimension der Gefahr durch den Iran
      George W. Bush wirft dem Iran vor, den Nahen Osten ähnlich wie die Terrororganisation al-Kaida zu destabilisieren. Wenn die Verbündeten nicht mit Sanktionen gegen Irans Regime vorgehen, drohe laut Bush der „Schatten eines nuklearen Holocausts“.
      George W. Bush zieht angesichts Irans Streben nach der Atombombe düstere Parallelen. Der US-Präsident sagte vor Veteranen in Reno im US-Bundesstaat Nevada, der Iran „droht eine ohnehin schon für Instabilität und Gewalt bekannte Region in den Schatten eines nuklearen Holocausts zu stellen“. Bush ergänzte: „Wir werden gegen diese Gefahr angehen, bevor es zu spät ist“ , und forderte alle Verbündeten auf, „Irans Regime zu isolieren und Wirtschaftssanktion en zu verhängen“. Irans Präsident Mahmud Ahmadinedschad hat in der Vergangenheit bereits mehrfach gedroht, den Staat Israel zu zerstören.

    2. JNEWSWIRE Bush: Nuclear Iran = Holocaust
      US President George W. Bush believes that, should it acquire a nuclear bomb, Iran could unleash a holocaust in the Middle East.
      „We will confront this danger before it is too late,“ the American vowed.
      Instead of an appropriately grave response to so grave a threat, however, Bush – who is fast running out of time to do anything meaningful – said the west’s response to such a specter was to „rally friends and allies to isolate Iran’s regime, to impose economic sanctions.“
      Iran „cannot escape responsibility for aiding attacks against [US-led] coalition forces and the murder of innocent Iraqis.“

    3. SZ Bush warnt vor „nuklearem Holocaust“ – durch Iran
      Der US-Präsident hat Iran mit ungewöhnlich scharfen Worten attackiert. Teherans Streben nach der Atombombe drohe den Nahen Osten in den Schatten eines nuklearen Holocausts zu stellen. Außerdem sei das Land der „weltweit führende staatliche Unterstützer des Terrorismus“ .
      US-Präsident George W. Bush hat eine Parallele zwischen dem Holocaust und der Bedrohung durch einen nuklear aufgerüsteten Iran gezogen. Irans Streben nach der Atombombe „droht eine ohnehin schon für Instabilität und Gewalt bekannte Region in den Schatten eines nuklearen Holocausts zu stellen“, sagte Bush am Dienstag vor Veteranen in Reno im US-Bundesstaat Nevada, bei der um Unterstützung für den US-Einsatz im Irak werben wollte. „Wir werden gegen diese Gefahr angehen, bevor es zu spät ist.“

    4. Neues Deutschland: zur Bush-Rede gegen Iran
      Berlin (ots) – Bush macht mobil gegen das »mörderische Handeln« Irans. Sollte Teheran die Atombombe bauen, drohe ein »nuklearer Holocaust«. Seine Rede vor US-Kriegsveteranen wirkte wie eine Antwort auf Äußerungen seines iranischen Amtskollegen Ahmadinedschad, der wenige Stunden früher vorgetragen hatte, dass die US-Autorität in Irak »zusammenbreche« und Teheran das entstehende »Machtvakuum« mit Hilfe »befreundeter Staaten wie Saudi-Arabien« füllen könne. Keine
      schlechte Provokation angesichts der 20 Milliarden Dollar schweren US-Waffenlieferung an das Saudische Königreich


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  2. HA’ARETZ – UN: Iranian uranium enrichment operating well below capacity 
    IAEA report says Tehran far short of atomic ‚industrial capacity‘ threshold announced by Iran in April. 

    1. JNEWSWIRE America in the Middle East  Ahmadinejad: Iran will fill Iraq vacuum when US leaves
      Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is positioning his country to fill the space that will be left when the United States pulls its forces out of Iraq – as the Democrat-controlled Senate and Congress are determined to do.
      The megalomaniac in Tehran believes the situation will then be ripe for Iran to dramatically extend and entrench its influence in the Middle East.
      Addressing journalists Tuesday, Ahmadinejad said the region is „witnessing the collapse of the occupiers of Iraq and we will soon have a power vacuum in that country.“

  3. THISISLONDON Bush signals plans to stay in Iraq as he squares off with Iran over arrests
    Tensions between the US and Iran are spiking as the struggle for power in the Middle East in the wake of the Iraq war continues. 
    Today Iran made a formal protest to Iraq over the apparent arrest and detention of seven of its nationals by US troops in Baghdad. 
     
    Iran summoned a Swiss diplomat, representing American interests in Iraq, to protest the U.S. forces‘ detention of the Iranians – including, embarassingly for the US, two diplomats, the Foreign Ministry said.
     
    Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini called the U.S. action an act of „interference“ in Iraq’s internal affairs and „inconsistent“ with the responsibilities of U.S.-led occupation forces in Iraq.
     

  4. RadioFreeEurope/ RadioLiberty Baghdad, Iraqi Kurds Protest Alleged Iranian Shelling
    August 29, 2007 — The Iraqi Foreign Ministry has summoned Iran’s ambassador to Baghdad to demand that Iran stop shelling Kurdish areas within Iraq’s …

    1. Alalam News Network Iranian Experts Released in Baghdad
      Iran strongly criticized the move and forwarded a formal protest to the Iraqi government over the arrest and detention of its nationals by US troops. 

    2. Bloomberg US Says Iranians Carrying Guns Held at Baghdad Checkpoint
      The Iranian Embassy in Baghdad said the men were helping rebuild electricity power stations in Iraq and that it would lodge a formal protest over the …

    3. Alalam News NetworkIranian Experts Released in Baghdad
      Iran strongly criticized the move and forwarded a formal protest to the Iraqi government over the arrest and detention of its nationals by US troops. …

    4. Guardian UnlimitedUs Troops Release Detained Iranians
      In Tehran, Iranian officials on Wednesday summoned a Swiss diplomat who represents American interests in the country to protest the US forces‘ detention of …

    5. Guardian Unlimited Iran Protests Us Detentions In Iraq
      From AP By ALI AKBAR DAREINI AP Writer TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iran on Wednesday summoned the Swiss diplomat representing American interests here to protest the
       

    6. Africasia Tehran protests US seizure of Iranians in Iraq
      Iran on Wednesday summoned a diplomat from the Swiss embassy, which represents US interests in the Islamic republic, to protest at the „unjustifiable“ …

    7. Guardian UnlimitedIran Protests Us Detentions In Iraq
      From AP TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iran on Wednesday summoned a Swiss diplomat who represents American interests here to protest the US forces‘ detention of eight …

    8. BBC NewsIran to protest over ‚US arrests‘
      Iran says it will make a formal protest to Iraq on Wednesday over the apparent arrest and detention of seven of its nationals by US troops in Baghdad.

    9. NPRTehran Protests Detention of Eight Iranians in Iraq
      Iran’s Foreign Ministry said Wednesday it had summoned a Swiss diplomat who represents American interests in the country to protest the detention.

       
  5. Bloomberg US Says Iranians Carrying Guns Held at Baghdad Checkpoint
    The Iranian Embassy in Baghdad said the men were helping rebuild electricity power stations in Iraq and that it would lodge a formal protest over the …

  6. ReutersSwedish paper defends publishing Mohammad drawing
    … defended its publication of a drawing depicting the head of the Muslim Prophet Mohammad on the body of a dog, following an official protest from Iran.

  7. RadioFreeEurope/ RadioLiberty Iran: Campaign Against Discriminatory Laws Marks First Year
    By Golnaz Esfandiari August 29, 2007 (RFE/RL) — A campaign by Iranian women’s rights advocates to gather 1 million signatures to protest discriminatory …

  8. IHT Iran risks attack over atomic push, French president says
    By Elaine Sciolino
    Monday, August 27, 2007
    PARIS: In his first major foreign policy speech as president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy said Monday that Iran could be attacked militarily if it did not live up to its international obligations to curb its nuclear program.
    Addressing France’s ambassadorial corps, Sarkozy stressed that such an outcome would be a disaster. He did not say that France would ever participate in military action against Iran or even tacitly support such an approach.
    But the mere fact that he raised the specter of the use of force is likely to be perceived by Iran as a warning of the consequences of its continuing course of action and by the Bush administration as acceptance of its line that no option, including the use of force, can be excluded.

  9. MEMRIBLOGAhmadinejad: Putin Told Me Bushehr Reactor Will Be Completed On Schedule; Iranian Media: Ahmadinejad, Putin Never Met
    At an August 28 press conference, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stated that during his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the August 16 Shanghai Alliance conference in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Putin had told him that the reactor at Bushehr would be completed on schedule.

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