Skip to comments.Eichenlaub: Indian Islamist terror group had ties to Saddam
Posted on 07/25/2006 2:23:01 PM PDT by ikez78
The recent train bombings in India have intensified the scrutiny of the Pakistan-based, al Qaeda affiliated terrorist group, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba. In particular, one key question is being asked: What role does LET play in the war against Islamofascists and their allies?
The al Qaeda-linked Wahhabi group, formed in 1989, has been blamed for a number of attacks on Indian officials and civilians. It was added to the U.S. terrorist list in December 2001. LETs agenda, as announced in one of their pamphlets and detailed by MIPT Terrorism Knowledge Base, is to wage jihad with the goal of imposing their narrow version of Islam on all parts of India.
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Bull!! Everyone knows that Saddam had nothing to do with terrorists he was a greatly misunderstood humanitarian who had nothing to do with 9/11. Don't you watch Hardball?
Thanks for the post. More evidence that Saddam was the King of Terror.
I am really beginning to think Saddam had ties with every terrorist organization in existence, to some degree. After all he lived to sponsor terror.
Something to bookmark
Yea, and now listen to all the CNN reports about how Hezbolla is a humanitarium organization.
Amen. And congratulations on yet another well written article, Mark.
Thank you and thanks for the support here from everyone.
Thank for your work, Mark. BTTT!
Editor and Publisher printed my letter to their editor about my lack of understanding on their "dismay" that 2/3 of Americans think Saddam had strong links to al Qaeda
Very, very good, Mark.
I've had a couple of letters to the editor published in our local newspapers about this very topic. I won't link them as I'd prefer my name remain anonymous on this site, but I received a few phone calls about those letters and my doctor asked "how do you know that stuff?" LOL
Good for you.
I'd like to do a post soon about something Sam Pender pointed out to me.
When a war critic says the documents can't be true because " the administration doesn't jump on the links between al qaeda and iraq" its nonsense. The administration has done it in the past a number of times and made their position very clear that saddam and al qaeda were connected and had a relationship.
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