No, I absolutely believe the story to be true. However, Newsmax says "newly appointed Iraq Prime Minister Ayad Allawi said Tuesday that a document purported to be from Saddam's intelligence service that places lead 9/11 hijacker Mohammed Atta in Baghdad two months before the attacks was indeed "genuine." I can't find the story on the London Telegraph where Allawi made this statement yesterday (i.e. Tuesday). I've been burned before by Newsmax so I'm looking for a direct link (recent) to point out as evidence to liberals.
If you read the Newsmax story closely, You'll see that they don't source Allawi's Tuesday statement to the Telegraph.
The attributions to the Telegraph are only the quotations and references to the December 19 2003 story.
There is no source mentioned for the statement of Allawi on Tuesday- perhaps he stated it directly to a Newsmax reporter. This needs to be clarified.
If you read what you yourself posted, NewsMax DOES NOT SAY that Allawi's Tuesday staement comes from the Telegraph, and you won't find it there, either.
Note that the new NewsMax story deletes the "Tuesday" reference.