Skip to comments.2003 Document: Saddam Ordered To Treat The Arab Feedayeen Terrorists The Same As Iraqi Soldiers
Posted on 04/20/2006 2:00:22 PM PDT by jveritas
Document ISGQ-2004-00060580 is a memo that contains a direct order form Saddam Hussein in the middle of the war asking to treat the Arab Feedayeen i.e. the non Iraqi Foreign Arab Terrorists as equal as the Iraqi soldier in salary and benefits and not just any soldier but like those in the Special Forces. These are the same Arab terrorists who stayed in Iraq after the removal of the regime and caused those horrible attacks mostly on innocent civilians. This document is a follow on another document where the Iraqi were training Foreign Arab terrorist since the year 2000 (please see those two translations: Document: Iraqi Intelligence To Train Arab Feedayeen Terrorists In the Year 2000 http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1617431/posts Document: Saddam Regime Training and Using Foreign Arab Terrorists As Suicide Bombers. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1600367/posts ). The extremely strong connection between Saddam and Terrorism is something that we need to tell the whole world about it, because for this reason alone we would have all the right to remove this Terrorist Regime after the 9/11, we just cannot afford to live with it.
Begining of the translation
In the Name of God the Most Merciful The Most Compassionate
Republic Of Iraq
Directorate of the General Military Intelligence
Date: 4 April 2003
To: The 8th Directorate
The secret and urgent letter of the Presidential Secretariat K-1997 on 29/3/2003 including The order of The President The Leader to the armed forces God protects him and according to the following:
The Volunteers Arab Feedayeen will be treated the treatment of the solider in the army (Special Forces) regarding the salary and benefits.
Please review and take what is necessary.
Director of the General Military Intelligence
End of the Translation
So, basically, Zarqawi was on Saddam's payroll.
Explain THAT one, Richard Clarke, NY Times, John Kerry, Scott Ritter, Joe Wilson, Howard Dean, Hillary, Al Franken, etc., ad nauseum.
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Another proof of that Saddam Regime is a Terrorist Regime.
No Saddam had no connection what so ever to terrorism :)
Wow! Important translation and thank you, jveritas. Adding to my long list and will send out to the media and Congresscritters. Now, if they'd only start writing and talking about your translations!
Keep hanging in there and translating this stuff jveritas, because even though the lame stream media is ignoring you the eyes of history that go on from here will have these docements and their view what we did there may be very different than is portrayed by todays rabid media elites. Rock on ^5
Terrorism? What terrorism? These Fedayeen were simply migrant workers! There to do the jobs that Iraqis wouldn't! Yeah, that's the ticket!
Thank you very much. The truth will always come out no matter how long liberals and their media try to hide it or ignore it.
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And notice this is dated a couple weeks AFTER the commencement of Operation Iraqi Freedom, when Saddam was in hiding and he needed the 'insurgents' to do his fighting for him.
More on Saddam Terrorist Regime!
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That is absolutely correct.
Thank you very much :) The truth about these documents must get out.
Yet more connections to terrorists, it is slowly coming out thanks to you.
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Here's some background on the fedayeen:
The Fedayeen, with a total strength reportedly between 18,000 and 40,000 troops, was composed of young soldiers recruited from regions loyal to Saddam. The unit reported directly to the Presidential Palace, rather than through the army command, and was responsible for patrol and anti-smuggling duties. Though at times improperly termed an "elite" unit, the Fedayeen was a politically reliable force that could be counted on to support Saddam against domestic opponents. It started out as a rag-tag force of some 10,000-15,000 "bullies and country bumpkins." They were supposed to help protect the president and Uday, and carry out much of the police's dirty work.
Thank you so very much for these translations they are opening the eyes of millions
I hope so my fellow freeper, I greatly hope so.