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Susan Sarandon (R) introduces Cindy Sheehan at the ‘Bring Em Home Now!’ concert in New York, March 20, 2006.

WorldNetDaily: Cindy Sheehan: Don’t attack Iran

Activist finds no justification for military response to atomic threat

Turning her attention from Iraq to Iran, anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan insists the U.S. has no justification for any kind of military response to the emerging nuclear threat from Iran, which today declared it successfully has enriched uranium.

Writing in the left-wing, Sheehan said that after a war in Iraq, President Bush, the “swaggering imbecile of a ‘leaker in chief’ has the nerve to be trying to sell all of us on a new war in Iran.”

“Do the warped neocons with their puppet president think that we are all stupid? Fool us once, shame on us, fool us, — well, we just can’t be fooled again,” she writes.

Cut and run, now for Iran – as if anyone will listen to this MORON.

Cindy, do you really want Iran to have a nuclear weapon so the Mullahs can wipe Israel off the face of the earth with one stroke?

Next, Cindy and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – get your Burka ready Cindy.

Stay tuned…..


Cindy Sheehan Watch: Susan Sarandon to Portray Sheehan in Biopic Film?

Cindy Sheehan Watch: A NO SHOW in Germany Protest

Cindy Sheehan Watch: ARRESTED Again

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Dissection of the head and neck, cranial, spinal and sympathetic nerves.

Jacob, Nicolas Henri, 1781-1871
University of Totonto: Anatomia 1522-1867

This collection features approximately 4500 full page plates and other significant illustrations of human anatomy selected from the Jason A. Hannah and Academy of Medicine collections in the history of medicine at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto. Each illustration has been fully indexed using medical subject headings (MeSH), and techniques of illustration, artists, and engravers have been identified whenever possible. There are ninety-five individual titles represented, ranging in date from 1522 to 1867.

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President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announces Iran’s successful production of enriched uranium during a ceremony in Mashad, Iran, April 11, 2006. The United States said on Tuesday it could not confirm Iran’s claim it had enriched uranium to a level used in nuclear power plants.

Reuters: US says cannot confirm Iran’s enrichment claim

The United States said on Tuesday it could not confirm Iran’s claim it had enriched uranium to a level used in nuclear power plants.

“At this point, I can’t confirm any of the technical details. There is a lot that goes into a technical assessment of where the Iranians might be in their capability in operating a centrifuge cascade, whether it be a small one or a large one … I couldn’t offer an assessment for you as to where they stand in that process,” State Department spokesman Sean McCormack told a news briefing.

And does anyone really expect Iran to throw open the doors of Natanz so that the IAEA inspectors which are in country can inspect?

Stay tuned…….


Iran Nuclear Watch: Mark Steyn – Facing Down Iran

Iran Nuclear Watch: Ahmadinejad – “Iran Has Joined the Club of Nuclear Countries”

Iran Nuclear Watch: Iran Producing Enriched Uranium

Iran Nuclear Watch: Ahmadinejad – “Iran Won’t Back Down ‘ONE IOTA’ in Nuclear FLAP

Iran Nuclear Watch: Bush – “Wild Speculation”

Iran Nuclear Watch: White House Dampens Talk of Iran Military Strike

Iran Nuclear Watch: Iran – “United States Engaged in Psychological War”

Iran Nuclear Watch: United States Nuclear Attack on Iran – “Not on the Agenda”

Iran Nuclear Watch: United States Considers Use of Nuclear Weapons Against Iran – Redux

Iran Nuclear Watch: United States Considers Use of Nuclear Weapons Against Iran

The Natanz uranium enrichment complex in Natanz is pictured in this January 2, 2006 satellite image.

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City Journal: Facing Down Iran

Anyone who spends half an hour looking at Iranian foreign policy over the last 27 years sees five things:

  1. contempt for the most basic international conventions;
  2. long-reach extraterritoriality;
  3. effective promotion of radical Pan-Islamism;
  4. a willingness to go the extra mile for Jew-killing (unlike, say, Osama);
  5. an all-but-total synchronization between rhetoric and action.



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