Al Qaeda Presence in IRAQ Before WAR

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  1. Hardsheller

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    There is much evidence available that points to a verifiable link between Saddam's regime and Al Qaeda before the Iraqi War.

    The left chooses to ignore this evidence and keeps promoting the idea that the U.S. manufactured a link between Iraq and Al Qaeda.

    Consider the following evidence.

    1. Abdul Rahman Yasin was the only member of the al Qaeda cell that detonated the 1993 World Trade Center bomb to remain at large in the Clinton years. He fled to Iraq. U.S. forces discovered a cache of documents in Tikrit, Saddam's hometown, that show Iraq gave Yasin both a house and monthly salary. (From the Book - Shadow War by Richard Miniter - 2004)

    Links to Evidence These are links I personally found that seem to corroborate Miniter's evidence.

    FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted List

    CBS - 60 Minutes

    USA TODAY - Remember we have to be Balanced

    Middle East Intelligence Bulletin June 2001

    If you don't think that evidence is enough then do a simple google search on Yasin for yourself and READ!

    The simple conclusion is that Iraq knew about Yasin and his connection to the World Trade Center Bombing and harbored this accused terrorist during the Clinton Administration's little "war on terrorism".

    Stay tuned to this Thread for More Evidence.
     
  2. church mouse guy

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    I think that the Democrats know that they are lying but they don't care.
     
  3. LadyEagle

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    Don't forget the Iraqi connection to the OKC bombings. Evidence has been suppressed and all the facts have never come out.

    Also, Saddam sent $25,000 to each family of Palestinian homicide bombers.

    However, since his trial has been turned over to the Iraqis, it would not surprise me if Saddam gets off when he comes to trial and then becomes the leader of the country again. He does have a legal defense dream team and has at least one American attorney. Regardless, Iran and Iraq will form a coalition in the near future, letting bygones be bygones. The Shia are the majority in Iraq and in Iran. The old Mede-Persia empire is about to arise from the ashes.

    http://www.aljazeera.com/me.asp?service_ID=9000

     
  4. Joseph_Botwinick

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    1. Recently, even his legal dream team has been fighting amongst themselves, are disjointed, which has even led to the resignation of one of his lawyers.

    2. The Iraqis are not ever going to let him go. I predict he will be freed from this world at the end of a rope or staring down the barrel of a firing squad.

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  5. church mouse guy

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    I agree, Joseph, that he will be executed, which is the main reason for letting his trial take place at the hands of the Iraq government--they have no second-thoughts about the death penalty.
     
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    I hope that they execute him, but have been nervous, since he was turned over to the Iraqis, that he will somehow get off. They should be the ones to do it, but I'm just not sure that, in the end, that will happen.
     
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    Not to mention the fact that many of the people trying him are the very people who were tortured, imprisoned, or had family / friends who were tortured, imprisoned, and murdered by Saddam. They are not going to let him go, and neither should they.

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  8. church mouse guy

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    If they do release him, they should let him go at a particular time and at a particular place, say in a Kurdish area. He is probably begging not to be released except in Paris.
     

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