Skip to comments.The Truth About Saddam and Terrorism
Posted on 03/20/2008 8:28:38 AM PDT by LSUfan
Saddam Husseins Iraq had extensive ties to terrorist organizations, including Al Qaeda, according to an official report published by the Pentagons Institute for Defense Analyses and released through the Joint Forces Command.
That report, Saddam and Terrorism: Emerging Insights from Captured Iraqi Documents, came up with some startling revelations in its 59 pages:
(Excerpt) Read more at humanevents.com ...
That can’t be! The Perky One told me last night that there was no connection between Saddam and AQ!
It depends on what the meaning of “connection” is. You see, unless you can put Saddam Hussein in the cockpit of a 9/11 flight, then there’s no connection.
IAN SCHWARTZ has the video of Christopher Hitchens helping Ron Reagan on MSNBC.
Via Radio Blogger, here's a transcript of the heart of Hitchen's rant:
Excuse me. When I went to interview Abu Nidal, then the most wanted terrorist in the world, in Baghdad, he was operating out of an Iraqi government office. He was an arm of the Iraqi State, while being the most wanted man in the world. The same is true of the shelter and safe house offered by the Iraqi government, to the murderers of Leon Klinghoffer, and to Mr. Yasin, who mixed the chemicals for the World Trade Center bombing in 1993. How can you know so little about this, and be occupying a chair at the time that you do?
Obviously, Ron doesn't want to hear things that might challenge his world view.
Well, Saddam didn’t really control the North, the Kurds had de facto control.
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