Skip to comments.Naming names: The Saddam-al Qaida connection Captured Baathists and Islamo-terrorists
Posted on 06/06/2007 11:06:39 AM PDT by Bladerunnuh
WASHINGTON It has been denied, downplayed, overlooked, forgotten, disregarded and omitted from the public record.
But a thorough review of open-source material demonstrates conclusive and widespread cooperation between former members of Saddam Hussein's Baathist regime and terrorists from the Iraqi al-Qaida network.
Dozens of former Saddam Hussein loyalists captured by U.S.-led coalition forces in Iraq were found to be working with al-Qaida
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
Oh no, this can’t be, CNN said so...
Good find PING.
Yes. Are you working on a book yet?
No book my FRiend :), I do not want to bore people with a lot of details. May be in the future a booklet of 20 to 30 pages that include the most important documents with some commentary.
Good article, that’s naming names.
Wish it was someone besides WND.
And of course, it will continue to be denied, downplayed, overlooked, forgotten, disregarded and omitted from the public record.
I can anticipate their denials already.
I’m a Christian and believe everything happens for a reason (or several), and in my gut, I’ve always wondered if maybe one fo the reasons we went into Iraq was to kill Saddam’s two crazy sons. The world was certainly made brighter by their deaths. No one in the media mentions them anymore. Saddam was power-hungry, but he wasn’t a drooling psycho like Uday. Nuclear weapons in Saddam’s (and Al Qaeda’s) hands- that’s spooky enough. But in Uday’s hands? Oh, excuse me.. his cold, dead hands...
God bless our troops and President Bush.
Good info, thanks for the ping.
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