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  • At last! Have they finally found a 'weapon of mass destruction' in Iraq?

    02/05/2010 11:32:56 AM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 50 replies · 2,883+ views ^ | Feb. 5, 2010 | Carol Driver
    They have been searching in Iraq for the past nine years, 10 months and 15 days. Today, the hard work finally paid off as soldiers found one of those elusive ‘weapons of mass destruction’ that Saddam Hussein was supposed to have been hiding. So is it all round to Tony Blair's house for celebratory drinks? Unfortunately the discovery came just a few days late for the former prime minister, who could have used the extraordinary find as proof he was right about Iraq all along during the Chilcot Inquiry. But from the looks of the rocket, it would appear unlikely...
  • JP POost - US-Israel report on the September 6 strike shows Saddam Hussein sent WMDs to Syria"

    04/11/2008 11:00:11 AM PDT · by drzz · 32 replies · 87+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 04 11 2008 | drzz
    An upcoming joint US-Israel report on the September 6 IAF strike on a Syrian facility will claim that former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein transferred weapons of mass destruction to the country, Channel 2 stated Monday.
  • Mystery Deepens Over WMD Documents

    02/06/2008 9:32:04 AM PST · by mojito · 18 replies · 367+ views
    New York Sun ^ | 2/6/2008 | Joseph Goldstein
    How the classified military documents from Iraq, which named the coordinates of where the Army suspected weapons of mass destruction to be hidden, ended up in an Arabic translator's apartment on Hoyt Street in Brooklyn, is clear. Not likely to be known anytime soon is what, if anything, the army contractor did with the documents. The U.S. attorney's office in Brooklyn, which is prosecuting the case, appears to have little direct evidence that Noureddine Malki passed information on to the insurgency, either during his time in Iraq in 2003 and 2004, or upon his return to America in 2005. But...
  • Mystery Deepens Over WMD Documents

    02/06/2008 9:39:22 AM PST · by DFG · 1 replies · 87+ views
    NY Sun ^ | 02/06/08 | Joseph Goldstein
    How the classified military documents from Iraq, which named the coordinates of where the Army suspected weapons of mass destruction to be hidden, ended up in an Arabic translator's apartment on Hoyt Street in Brooklyn, is clear. Not likely to be known anytime soon is what, if anything, the army contractor did with the documents.
  • Play President, Real Threats

    12/10/2007 10:01:09 AM PST · by smoothsailing · 5 replies · 245+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 12-10-07 | Michael J. O'Shea
    December 10, 2007 Play President, Real Threats By Michael J. O'Shea So you're sitting in the Oval Office, presidential as can be, and up pops this little flash - and it ain't from the CIA. "There is no doubt in my mind that Iraq has a much stronger BW [biological weapons] program today than it had in 1990." The former chief biological weapons inspector for the UN tells that to the House Armed Services Committee - after 9/11 - and you dismiss him? Then what do you do with the UN itself? "the Commission has no confidence that all bulk...
  • Anthrax And Al Qaeda

    11/14/2007 10:44:30 AM PST · by ZacandPook · 18 replies · 287+ views
    CBSNews ^ | Michael Barone
    & Anthrax And Al Qaeda By Michael Barone Nov 13, 2007 (US News) On the conservative website The American Thinker, military operations research analyst Ray Robison had an article on the September 2001 anthrax attack. It's based on a recently revealed pre-September 11 letter from a London jihadi named Numan Bin Uthman to al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri. Robison's conclusion: "Now let's put that big picture together." "Uthman says he tried to talk Mohammad Atef and Usama bin Laden out of using WMD in a terrorist attack to convince the U.S. not to retaliate in Afghanistan because it would ultimately...
  • Saddam's Jihad Against Heckyl and Jeckyl

    07/04/2007 8:44:56 PM PDT · by rickdylan · 21 replies · 1,083+ views
    Worldnetdaily, Crowbusters, others
    This is one of those elephant in the living room kinds of problems which people ought to be talking about but don't seem to be. I mean, of all the animals I never would have figured I'd ever feel sorry for or which would ever be scarce or quality as an endangered species or anything like that..... I mean, you can't find crows in Virginia or Maryland any more, they're gone. We used to have enormous flocks of crows in Alexandria; all gone. We've got one lonely crow living at Southern Towers now, the sole survivor. Likewise I was out...
  • ‘I found Saddam’s WMD bunkers’

    04/19/2007 3:13:26 AM PDT · by aculeus · 109 replies · 6,492+ views
    Melanie ^ | April 19, 2007 | Melanie Phillips
    Spectator, 20 April 2007. It’s a fair bet that you have never heard of a guy called Dave Gaubatz. It’s also a fair bet that you think the hunt for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq has found absolutely nothing, nada, zilch; and that therefore there never were any WMD programmes in Saddam’s Iraq to justify the war ostensibly waged to protect the world from Saddam’s use of nuclear, biological or chemical weapons. Dave Gaubatz, however, says you could not be more wrong. Saddam’s WMD did exist. He should know because he found the sites where he is certain they...
  • My List of WMDs "found in Iraq" links

    02/14/2007 5:49:02 PM PST · by xmission · 30 replies · 1,116+ views
    I'm posting the list of links that I've accumulated over the past month or so to my homepage on Free Republic, so that they can be used to fight the liberal falsification that there were no WMD's in Iraq. I've provided links here that are particularly related to the 500 munitions found in Iraq since the invasion, and the declassified document that proves that they have been found. I apologize that they are unorganized. Please use the links to fight the lies. Please note that there are links to some speculation, and opinion, that should be used as a tool...
  • Saddam Regime Document: Purchasing “Chemical Materials for Very Special Usage” (Translation)

    01/31/2007 12:58:22 PM PST · by jveritas · 33 replies · 3,726+ views
    Saddam regime document CMPC-2004-003406 contains a memo that talks about importing “Chemical Materials for Very Special Usage” from the “Office in Morocco”. The deal according to the memo was based on the “Gentlemen Accord” and the condition was to pay cash and directly but they decided later on to pay it through a Syrian company called Seess and according the “Iraqi-Syrian Commerce Agreement”. This document is of great importance because the “Chemical Materials for Very Special Usage” are very unlikely to fall under the civilian applications and much more likely to fall under the “Chemical Weapon Usage”.The page where...
  • Iraq Official: Saddam Moved WMD to Syria

    01/26/2006 11:56:46 AM PST · by French_for_Bush · 138 replies · 9,408+ views
    <p>The former number two official in Saddam Hussein's Iraqi air force claims the former Iraqi dictator moved weapons of mass destruction from Iraq to Syria in the months preceding the current Iraq war.</p>
  • New Documents Reveal Saddam Hid WMD, Was Tied to Al Qaida

    11/19/2005 6:21:28 PM PST · by digital-olive · 57 replies · 2,635+ views
    Reprinted from Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005 12:15 p.m. EST New Documents Reveal Saddam Hid WMD, Was Tied to Al Qaida Recently discovered Iraqi documents now being translated by U.S. intelligence analysts indicate that Saddam Hussein's government made extensive plans to hide Iraq's weapons of mass destruction before the U.S. invasion in March 2003 - and had deep ties to al Qaida before the 9/11 attacks. The explosive evidence was discovered among "millions of pages of documents" unearthed by the Iraq Survey Group weapons search team, reports the Weekly Standard's Stephen Hayes. In the magazine's Nov. 21 issue, Hayes reveals...
  • Caption Cindy--Again!

    09/26/2005 12:15:46 PM PDT · by Palladin · 72 replies · 3,141+ views
    US News | September 26, 2005

    10/04/2004 10:08:32 AM PDT · by CT CONSERVATIVE · 136 replies · 7,191+ views
    National review ^ | October 4, 2004 | Jim Geraghty
    CNS News is a nice little right-of-center web-based wire service operating in Alexandria, Virginia. They seem like pretty solid reporters, and not likely to bite on, say, memos that are supposed to be from an Air National Guard office from 1972 that were created on Microsoft Word. So it's kind of surprising to see this report: Iraqi intelligence documents, confiscated by U.S. forces and obtained by, show numerous efforts by Saddam Hussein's regime to work with some of the world's most notorious terror organizations, including al Qaeda, to target Americans. They demonstrate that Saddam's government possessed mustard gas and...
  • U.S. asks Syria to stop militants: Official (US delegation met w & warned Assad personally)

    09/25/2004 7:42:07 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 44 replies · 963+ views
    CNN ^ | Sept. 25, 2004 | CNN
    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A U.S. delegation directly confronted Syrian President Bashar Assad -- on the third anniversary of 9/11 -- with evidence that Syrians were aiding militants crossing the border to foment deadly violence in Iraq, a senior U.S. government official has told CNN. President Bush had warned Syria before about its failure to police its borders, but the meeting with Assad -- as opposed to lower-level Syrian officials -- sent a more dire message, according to CNN Military Intelligence Analyst Ken Robinson, quoting the official. Robinson said the official did not describe what kind of evidence the U.S. presented...
  • The truth, at last. An Iraqi Colonel: "The West Should Thank God Iraq decided NOT to fight."

    12/06/2003 4:21:49 PM PST · by Happy2BMe · 95 replies · 513+ views
    The truth, at last(Filed: 07/12/2003) "The West should thank God that the Iraqi army decided not to fight," Lt Col Dabbagh tells the Telegraph's intrepid Con Coughlin in today's newspaper. "If the army had used these weapons there would have been terrible consequences." The weapons Col Dabbagh was referring to are Saddam Hussein's stocks of chemical and biological warheads. A senior officer at the heart of Saddam's armed forces, the colonel was the conduit of the now-infamous claim in the intelligence dossier which Tony Blair presented to Parliament and to the country: the claim that Saddam had the capacity to...