good to hear from her again
Two Iraqi agents led the first attack on the World Trade Center.
The uncle of one of those Iraqi agents led the second attack on the World Trade Center.
And, hey, while we’re at it, lets not forget that Islamic Jihad was on Saddam’s payroll, and it was they who recruited Bin Ladin into jihad. He didn’t recruit them, they recruited him.
More crud from NRO. They certainly are having a bad year.
Laurie Mylorie gets my vote as most knowledgeable here.
"Mr. McCarthy unwittingly illustrates how President Clinton's policy of treating terrorism as a law enforcement issue caused it to be understood as one: If Mr. McCarthy had indicted the Sudanese intelligence agents, Americans would have understood Sudan's role in the Landmarks Plot, and Sheik Omar would not occupy such a central role in our collective consciousness. Perhaps we would also understand that the government has never really explained what party was behind the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. And, finally, we might have better understood the nature and scope of the terrorist threat, including the real possibility that it did not change with that bombing, as the Clinton administration claimed, but remained just what we had known it to be state-supported violence. The misunderstanding left America vulnerable on September 11, 2001, and may yet leave this country vulnerable to another major assault.
I’ve always wondered and been bothered about the role that Abdul Rahman
Yasin played in the first World Trade Center bombing.
Yasin was instrumental in mixing the chemicals that created
the bomb that was used to try and bring down the WTC.
He was picked up by the FBI and questioned, and then
released. Later, he boarded a plane and escaped to
You didn’t fly in or out of Baghdad back then, without
the permission of Saddam or his lunatic sons.
Yasin has never been found, and I wonder if the Saddamites
silenced him forever?
Mylroie is a tenacious fighter, and clearly bests McCarthy in this debate, regardless of which version is closest to the truth.