Tuesday, March 29, 2011


* Iran Film: Iran Plans to Conquer Israel, World A feature-length documentary film, produced by a top adviser to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, claims that the cataclysmic events that will usher in an era of Muslim world domination are about to begin.

* Syria government resigns in effort to appease protesters Syria's Cabinet resigned Tuesday to help quell a wave of popular fury that erupted more than a week ago.

* Gaddafi troops force rebels back Pro-government forces have intensified attacks on Libyan rebels, forcing them to abandon the key town of Bin Jawad.

* 'If Palestinians declare state, Israel weighing annexation' Jerusalem is weighing the annexation of the major settlement blocs if Palestinians seek unilateral recognition of statehood.

* Blair removes website maps that did not label Israel Quartet envoy Tony Blair's offices quickly removed from their websites Monday a Mideast map that did not label Israel.

* Netanyahu: The Things That Must Follow Present MidEast Turmoil Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu addressed the Jewish National Fund Conference on Tuesday.

* Libya air strikes go on until Gaddafi climbdown - US Allied strikes on Libya will continue until its leader, Muammar Gaddafi, meets UN terms, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has told world leaders.

* Japan finds plutonium in soil at stricken nuclear plant Plutonium found in soil at the Fukushima nuclear complex heightened alarm on Tuesday over Japan's battle to contain the world's worst atomic crisis in 25 years.

* Jordan teetering on civil war, local analysts say Jordan's social cohesion is quickly unraveling, local experts warn, following violent demonstrations in the kingdom.

* Netanyahu to Abbas: You can't have peace with both Israel and Hamas Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Monday that reconciliation between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas could spell the end of the peace process.

* Jordan battles to regain 'priceless' Christian relics A group of 70 or so "books", each with between five and 15 lead leaves bound by lead rings, was apparently discovered in a remote arid valley in northern Jordan somewhere between 2005 and 2007.

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