Skip to comments.Senators question U.S. role in hostage deal
Posted on 07/03/2009 8:33:25 AM PDT by Nachum
Two senior Republican senators sent a letter to President Obama on Wednesday expressing concern over reports that the administration negotiated "directly or indirectly" with terrorists for the release of British hostages in Iraq.
In a letter made available to The Washington Times, Jeff Sessions of Alabama and Jon Kyl of Arizona said that the U.S. release last month of Laith al-Khazali, a member of a militant Shi'ite group called Asaib al-Haq, may have been part of a deal to gain freedom for three British hostages held since 2007. On June 21, the group sent the bodies of two British hostages to the British Embassy in Baghdad. The other three are still being held
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Obama: We won.
I am starting to wonder “Why Iran?” It is not making sense.
Never mind—wrong thread.
I hate it when that happens. :-)
Isn’t it interesting that this DOD ‘anonymous source’ to the WT likes to use the word ‘kinetic action’ to refer to the fact that Iran is ‘waging war’ against our troops inside Iraq?
That is a dead giveaway that this is a civilian Obama DOD lackey trying to give cover for Obama’s failed foreign policy.
It’s called war!
He's really making progress/sarc
Amazing it’s not a muslim contingency operation.
"Like I care what you pubbies think...."
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