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The US and Israel blame Iran for the suicide attack in Bulgaria, but offer no evidence for the accusation

Bulgarian investigators warned it would be a “mistake” to assign blame before the attack could be investigated. Now, Israel, along with the U.S., is blaming Hezbollah and, therefore, Iran for the attack. Today’s New York Times article by Nicholas Kulish and Eric Schmitt – headlined “Hezbollah Is Blamed for Attack on Israeli Tourists in Bulgaria” – uncritically treats those accusations as confirmed fact despite no evidence being offered for it: Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Dwight Rousu - Jul 23, 2012 - 12:28 AM PDT
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by Sirajul Islam - Jul. 24, 2012

An analysis of news by Glenn Greenwald appeared in Salon contradicts America and Israel's blame that Iran did the suicide attack in Bulgaria by saying that they offer no evidence for the accusation. The report has links and references...

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