Antiwar Radio: Ali Gharib

Ali Gharib, New York-based journalist on U.S. foreign policy and LobeLog writer, discusses how American neoconservatives remain the hardest working warmongers around despite Israeli claims of success – via Stuxnet sabotage and assassination of nuclear scientists – in delaying Iran’s (alleged) pursuit of nuclear weapons; Jennifer Rubin’s venue-change from Commentary to The Washington Post, which <sarcasm alert> finally gets a pro-Israel perspective in mainstream media; and the WikiLeaks cable that shows internal Iranian politics prevented President Ahmadinejad from completing the 2009 low-enriched uranium swap deal.