Skip to comments.Declassified Truth (Pre War Iraq Terrorist Connections)
Posted on 03/17/2006 12:18:52 PM PST by Anti-Bubba182
The War On Terror: The government is finally getting around to unloading some of Saddam Hussein's secret documents. A look at just a few pages already leads to some blockbuster revelations.[snip]...
...[snip] Now come more revelations that leave little doubt about Saddam's terrorist intentions. Most intriguing from a document dump Wednesday night is a manual for Saddam's spy service, innocuously listed as CMPC-2003-006430. It makes for interesting reading.
Here, for instance, are the marching orders for Directorate 8, the Mukhabarat's "Technical Affairs" department: "The Eight Directorate is responsible for development of materials needed for covert offensive operations. It contains advanced laboratories for testing and production of weapons, poisons and explosives."
It goes on. Directorate 9, we discover, "is one of the most important directorates in the Mukhabarat. Most of its work is outside Iraq in coordination with other directorates, focusing on operations of sabotage and assassination."
The document also discusses the Mukhabarat's Office 16, set up to train "agents for clandestine operations abroad." The document helpfully adds that "special six-week courses in the use of of terror techniques are provided at a camp in Radwaniyhah."
Got that? Terror techniques....."
(Excerpt) Read more at investors.com ...
John Effin' Kerry: "Terror techniques? Don't we have soldiers in Radwaniyhah?
Here's the proof that our soldiers are participating in terrorism!"
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Thanks for the post, I love not having to search for this stuff myself.
Anyone who was paying attention to the behavior of the various countries involved knew for certain that Iraq was up to its neck in a) terrorism, including 9/11, and b) WMD manufacture. The prewar Iraqi government behavior simply makes no sense in any other context.
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