Confronting Jezebel's Brothers

January 2006
Kurdish Life;Winter2006, Issue 57, p21
Academic Journal
The article outlines several news items related to the war in Iraq. Dafna Linzer of the "Washington Post" reported that U.S. President Bush raised AIPAC's concerns in a recent telephone conversation with British Prime Minister Tony Blair when the two discussed Iran. Praful Bidwai reported in "Asia Times" that Iran could soon face tough sanctions from the Security Council in a telescoped replay of a part of the drama over Iraq between 2000 and 2003, which eventually led to its invasion and occupation.


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