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IRAQ'S THUG BARES EVIL POISON PLOT
New York Post ^
| February 2, 2003
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Posted on 02/02/2003 6:22:31 AM PST by aculeus
Edited on 05/26/2004 5:11:23 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
WHILE President Bush is being urged to provide proof of Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction, Israel has its own proof that Iraq is ready to use deadly poison in terrorist attacks.
"I was told to be ready to spread poison in the major Israeli water pipelines, the River Jordan or the Lake of Galilee," said Mohammed Farouq Abu Roub, a former junior officer in Palestinian intelligence.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Extended News; Foreign Affairs; Israel
KEYWORDS: abuabbas; aburoub; alquds; chemicalwarfare; iraq; israel; palestinians; plf; poison; roub; terrorism
posted on 02/02/2003 6:22:31 AM PST
"Our destinies are interlinked,"
Sounds about right.
After Saddam's been pulverized, no one will pay you $25,000 to strap Semtex to your children's bodies.
posted on 02/02/2003 6:36:45 AM PST
Hey you DEMOCRATS...
Take note of this...
"..There was no problem getting weapons, ammunition, poisonous powders," he said. "Everything was in big quantities. There were no limits..."
"...When Abu Roub had finished training, Abu Abbas told him to prepare for the attack on the Israeli water supply - as well as on kindergartens or school buses that would traumatize Israeli parents..."
posted on 02/02/2003 6:47:09 AM PST
(The Preamble to the Bill of Rights - without it, our Bill of Rights is meaningless!)
To: Hillary's Folly
Any chance of pulling an Adlai Stevenson and having a video tape of this sh*t-bird's interrogation played before the UN security council.... no, make that the general assembly. Put extra loud speakers next to the French, German and Canadian ambassadors.
posted on 02/02/2003 8:13:24 AM PST
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