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  • Document: Associated Press (AP) Employee Spies For Saddam Intelligence Service. (Translation)

    09/09/2006 12:54:49 PM PDT · by jveritas · 95 replies · 6,743+ views
    Document ISGQ-2005-00026108.pdf dated July 25 2000 is a report from an Iraqi Intelligence officer to different Iraqi Intelligence Directorates talking about information provided to them from a trusted source that works in the Associated Press (AP). The information is about the formation a newly formed UN weapons inspectors team called UNMOVIC. Translation of page 4 and 5 of ISGQ-2005-00026108.pdf Republic of Iraq The Presidency of the Republic The Intelligence Service Date: 25/7/2000 Number: 6146 Secret To: 5th / 4th / 13th Directorates We were informed from one of our sources (the degree of trust in him is good) who works...
  • Saddam Document: Associated Press (AP) Employee Spies For Saddam Intelligence Service

    09/04/2009 6:40:07 PM PDT · by jveritas · 14 replies · 1,162+ views
    Saddam Regime Documents | September 4 2009 | jveritas
    I posted this Saddam regime document translation on September 9 2006 but in light of the Associated Press despicable act to publish a picture of a dying Marine Hero, I think it is worth reposting again to show what the despicable AP is really about. Document ISGQ-2005-00026108.pdf dated July 25 2000 is a report from an Iraqi Intelligence officer to different Iraqi Intelligence Directorates talking about information provided to them from a trusted source that works in the Associated Press (AP). The information is about the formation a newly formed UN weapons inspectors team called UNMOVIC. Translation of page 4...
  • Top Secret: Bush Told the Truth About WMD

    09/07/2007 7:01:49 AM PDT · by SJackson · 69 replies · 3,800+ views
    FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | 9/7/2007 | Deborah Weiss
    The secret’s out: on August 24th, 2007, UN weapons inspectors found 6 to 8 vials of chemical weapons sitting in an office at the United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) headquarters in NYC. They found the vials when archiving files due to the fact that UNMOVIC is closing down its mission. They placed the vials in a sealed package and put them in a safe located in a secured room. Subsequently, on August 29, 2007, UNMOVIC employees discovered the inventory list which listed the content of the vials. The vials contained the chemical phosgene, which according to the...
  • Threat Matrix: September 2007

    09/01/2007 6:24:54 PM PDT · by nwctwx · 2,388 replies · 42,310+ views
    The Birth of al Qaedastan In the year 2016, the world may find itself gloomily marking September 6 as the tenth anniversary of the creation of the Islamic Emirate of Waziristan. The Emirate received de facto recognition when the Taliban used the name on the ceasefire agreement they signed with Pakistan on that day in 2006. If things go terribly wrong in the coming decade, they could come to rule a mountainous fragment of Pakistan and Afghanistan. The Emirate would be a nightmare state: Osama bin Laden as sultan, Ayman al Zawahiri as vizier, and Mullah Omar the spiritual...
  • U.N. Team Still Looks for Iraq's WMD

    06/02/2007 6:50:58 AM PDT · by HawaiianGecko · 20 replies · 904+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 6/2/2007 | Colum Lynch
    UNITED NATIONS -- More than four years after the fall of Baghdad, the United Nations is spending millions of dollars in Iraqi oil money to continue the hunt for Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction. ... ... "Look, Iraq is not Denmark," he said. "They've made botulin, anthrax, VX, sarin; they've made the whole spectrum of horrifying items, and they've used them. We don't know how things are going to develop in the region, and we want to be sure there are some controls." ... ...The United States and Britain have recently mounted a concerted push to shut...
  • Iraqi Documents: UNMOVIC Knew Of Renewed WMD Efforts

    07/07/2006 4:49:27 PM PDT · by auzerais · 24 replies · 1,785+ views
    Captain's Quarters ^ | July 7, 2006 | Captain Ed
    Iraqi Documents: UNMOVIC Knew Of Renewed WMD Efforts Continuing my review of the many documents released from the DocEx files over the last two days, I found yet another interesting piece of information regarding Saddam Hussein's pursuit of WMD. In a summary of a larger document, the translators found that Iraq had restarted its processing of castor-bean extraction, from which ricin can be developed -- and that UNMOVIC discovered it in December 2002. From CMPC-2003-003766-HT.pdf, with line breaks and emphases mine: Ricin toxin is found in the bean of the castor plant. UNMOVIC inspections since December 2002 have verified that...
  • 2002 Document: Orders To Watch For Americans Burying WMD in The Western Desert (Translation)

    07/05/2006 7:28:40 AM PDT · by jveritas · 78 replies · 6,665+ views
    Document ISGQ-2003-0044 ISGQ-2003-00044390 390 contains a November/27/2002 Top Secret and Urgent memo from the Baath Party Command in Fallujah and in relation to another letter from the office of the Presidential Secretariat (Saddam Hussein Personal Secretary) and it is addressed to all the People Commands in the Anbar Province (The Western Desert) asking them to watch for Americans or Zionists (Israelis) forces that can potentially bury prohibited materials, WMD, in the Anbar province so it will frame Iraq and find an excuse to punish Iraq according to the memo. The Anbar province which is the hot bed of the terrorists...
  • In Search of Saddam Hussein's WMD: The Documents Tell the Story pt 5 of 5

    04/07/2006 8:34:13 AM PDT · by Blackrain4xmas · 13 replies · 1,302+ views
    The New Media Journal ^ | 040706 | Sam Pender
    What exactly was moved out of Iraq? Two weeks before the war started, Hans Blix presented a report called, Unresolved Disarmament Issues. For those who don't trust or believe the Bush Administration's claims about WMD, this report is a much better description of the alleged threat that Saddam's Regime posed. After the war, the Iraq Survey Group scoured the country looking to answer the Unresolved Disarmament Issues and to assess the threat of WMD posed by Saddam's regime. Combined, the before and after reports are a little under 1200 pages. The difference between the two-that is to say the Remaining...
  • Even UN Admits Weapons Material Missing - (US military, Bush know facts they can't reveal now!)

    07/19/2005 4:00:11 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 12 replies · 1,204+ views
    OPINION EDITORIALS.COM ^ | JULY 15, 2005 | KEVIN M. ROETEN
    It seems many may be in for the shock of their lives. But you never hear this information from mainstream ‘media’. We only hear that there is ‘no’ connection between Hussein and al-Qaeda. The ‘UN’, and New York Times are not exactly conservative ‘bastions’. But they’ve recently found evidence that may soften the most stubborn liberal idealist. Even some Christians are ‘doubting’ that the existing war on terrorism is a ‘Just War’. Lest we forget, in the beatitudes, Jesus says “Blessed are the peacemakers”. But that same Jesus told His disciples “let him who has no sword sell his mantle...
  • U.N.: Weapons Equipment Missing in Iraq

    06/02/2005 7:06:49 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 55 replies · 1,634+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 6/2/05 | Edith M. Lederer - AP
    UNITED NATIONS - U.N. satellite imagery experts have determined that material that could be used to make biological or chemical weapons and banned long-range missiles has been removed from 109 sites in Iraq, U.N. weapons inspectors said in a report obtained Thursday. U.N. inspectors have been blocked from returning to Iraq since the U.S.-led war in 2003 so they have been using satellite photos to see what happened to the sites that were subject to U.N. monitoring because their equipment had both civilian and military uses. In the report to the U.N. Security Council, acting chief weapons inspector Demetrius Perricos...
  • UN employee questioned in [NYC] grenade blast

    05/05/2005 3:00:19 PM PDT · by NativeNewYorker · 19 replies · 919+ views
    crains ny ^ | 5/5/5
    Two makeshift grenades exploded outside the building housing the British consulate in New York City Thursday morning at 3:35 a.m., causing minimal damage but no injuries. A United Nations employee from the Netherlands is being questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and police in connection with the explosion, according to the Associated Press, citing law enforcement sources. The man was reportedly found loitering near the building shortly after the incident. A U.N. official told the AP that investigators were questioning an analyst with UNMOVIC, a U.N. commission responsible for eliminating Iraq's biological, chemical and long-range missile programs. Authorities said...
  • Looting at Weapons Plants Was Systematic, Iraqi Says

    03/12/2005 5:56:56 PM PST · by Valin · 20 replies · 2,100+ views
    NY Times ^ | 3/13/05 | JAMES GLANZ / WILLIAM J. BROAD
    BAGHDAD, Iraq, March 12 - In the weeks after Baghdad fell in April 2003, looters systematically dismantled and removed tons of machinery from Saddam Hussein's most important weapons installations, including some with high-precision equipment capable of making parts for nuclear arms, a senior Iraqi official said this week in the government's first extensive comments on the looting. The Iraqi official, Sami al-Araji, the deputy minister of industry, said it appeared that a highly organized operation had pinpointed specific plants in search of valuable equipment, some of which could be used for both military and civilian applications, and carted the machinery...
  • N.Y. Times: Iraq Had WMD 'Stockpiles' in 2003

    03/13/2005 5:53:53 PM PST · by CHARLITE · 50 replies · 4,096+ views
    NEWMAX.COM ^ | MARCH 13, 2005 | CARL LIMBACHER
    In a stunning about-face, the New York Times reported Sunday that when the U.S. attacked Iraq in March 2003, Saddam Hussein possessed "stockpiles of monitored chemicals and materials," as well as sophisticated equipment to manufacture nuclear and biological weapons, which was removed to "a neighboring state" before the U.S. could secure the weapons sites. The U.N.'s Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission [UNMOVIC] "has filed regular reports to the Security Council since last May," the paper said, "about the dismantlement of important weapons installations and the export of dangerous materials to foreign states." "Officials of the commission and the [International] Atomic...
  • U.N.: Satellite shows Iraq stripped sites

    03/04/2005 7:45:15 PM PST · by TexKat · 27 replies · 1,390+ views
    AP ^ | 3/4/05 | EDITH M. LEDERER
    UNITED NATIONS - Satellite imagery has revealed that approximately 90 sites in Iraq subject to U.N. inspection and monitoring have been stripped of equipment or razed, the chief U.N. weapons inspector said in a report Friday. Demetrius Perricos said experts from the U.N. Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission, which he leads, also noted repairs and new construction at 10 sites. The commission, known as UNMOVIC, previously reported the looting and razing of sites that contained equipment and materials that were subject to inspection because of their potential for use in chemical or biological weapons or the long-range missiles to deliver...
  • Hidden Paul Martin firm linking leftwing activists to Information Highway

    02/03/2005 7:45:37 AM PST · by UpHereEh · 7 replies · 652+ views
    http://www.canadafreepress.com/2005/cover020305.htm ^ | February 3, 2005 | Judi McLeod & David Hawkins
    Move over Teresa Heinz-Kerry, here comes Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin. Lansdowne Technologies Inc. (LTI), the Paul Martin corporation that somehow disappeared from Martin's public disclosure statements circa 1995, is in a business similar to the Heinz-Kerry charitable organization that links leftwing activists and UN radicals to specially designed Internet communications and virtual private networks. Between the woman who coveted being America's First Lady and the Prime Minister of the country next door, top advocates of One World Government are being expedited in droves onto the Information Highway. Through the Tides Foundation, back in the early 1990s Heinz-Kerry (Mrs. John...
  • Iraq wants U.N. to lift sanctions and remnants of sanctions and missing money returned

    02/01/2005 8:16:43 PM PST · by SmithL · 46 replies · 1,979+ views
    AP ^ | 2/1/5 | EDITH M. LEDERER
    UNITED NATIONS -- Iraq wants the United Nations to lift all sanctions and stop using the country's oil revenue to pay compensation to victims of the 1991 Gulf War and the salaries of U.N. weapons inspectors, Iraq's U.N. ambassador said Tuesday. Ambassador Samir Sumaidaie called sanctions "anachronistic and inappropriate" and said it's time for the Security Council to recognize that Iraq is a "much more internationally friendly" country that wants to be at peace with its neighbors. No longer needed, he said, was the U.N. Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission, which was responsible for dismantling Iraqi programs to build chemical...
  • Dutchman suspected of aiding Saddam in war crimes is arrested

    A MAN suspected of helping former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein commit war crimes and genocide by supplying him with materials for chemical weapons, has been arrested by the Netherlands authorities. Prosecutors said the 62-year-old man, identified as Frans van Anraat by Dutch television, was arrested at his Amsterdam home on Monday as he prepared to leave the Netherlands. "According to the United Nations, the Dutchman is one of the most important middlemen in Iraq’s acquisition of chemical material," Dutch prosecutors said in a statement. "The man is suspected of supplying thousands of tonnes of raw materials for chemical weapons between...
  • WHAT THE IAEA DID

    10/26/2004 3:07:23 PM PDT · by swilhelm73 · 6 replies · 894+ views
    NROTC ^ | October 26, 2004 | Mark R. Levin
    The following is a statement released by the UN, which describes in some detail UN inspections of Al-Qaqaa State Company in January 2003, several months before U.S. forces reached the facility. It appears that the UN inspectors did nothing to secure these munitions. --------------------------------------- A statement by Spokesman for Ministry of Foreign Affairs on (UNMOVIC),(IAEA) activities IRAQ MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS January 11, 2003 1. The IAEA Inspection Team: A. First group: The group set out from Al-Qanat Hotel at 8:30 a.m. It consisted of (4) inspectors. At 9:00 a.m., the group reached Al-Qaqaa State Company, one of the companies...
  • Have War Critics Even Read the Duelfer Report? The Saddam regime was an imminent threat

    10/14/2004 5:37:49 AM PDT · by OESY · 18 replies · 1,310+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | October 14, 2004 | RICHARD SPERTZEL
    After the release of the Iraq Survey Group's Duelfer report, the headlines blazed "No WMD Found." ...This reflects the notion that Iraq was only a threat if it had military munitions filled with WMD. The claim "Iraq was not an imminent threat" was also expounded by pundits that seemingly crawled out of the woodwork as well as those opposed to President Bush. But have these individuals read carefully the report...? While no facilities were found producing chemical or biological agents on a large scale, many clandestine laboratories operating under the Iraqi Intelligence Services were found to be engaged in small-scale...
  • Iraq nuclear bomb-making material found in scrap - and What David Kay really said about WMD.

    10/05/2004 3:44:11 PM PDT · by focusandclarity · 16 replies · 1,712+ views
    looksmart-find articles-American Metal Market ^ | January 20,2004 | Reed Business Information, Gale Group
    Nuclear bomb-making material found in scrap - yellowcake uranium oxide. PHILADELPHIA -- Workers at a Dutch scrap metals company discovered a key ingredient for manufacturing nuclear bombs within a cargo of scrap steel bought from the Middle East. Dock sensors at the Jewometaal Stainless Processing BV facility in Rotterdam, Netherlands, helped workers locate a small canister containing uranium oxide, also known as "yellowcake," an essential ingredient for manufacturing nuclear warheads, according to the Associated Press. Scientists later confirmed that the material was indeed uranium oxide, which has no other use outside of bomb making. According to published reports, the discovery...