Iraq and Al Queda

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    Nothing here, move along. :tinfoil: :tinfoil: :terror: :terror:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2004/06/25/politics/25TERR.html?pagewanted=1&th

    No matter how they try to spin it, the NYT is going to end up eating their 'apology':

     
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    But there's no link between Iraq and Al-Qeada. :rolleyes:
     
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    LOL That's right, nothing to see, move along...
     
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    BUT WAIT---------AL GORE SAID-----------nevermind.
     
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    the requests went unanswered, did they not?
     
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    Some yes, some not so sure. They had that injured al Queda leader in Iraq, prior to the war. In the North they had training camps. In spite of staff reports, the Commission members don't seem ready to mark this part closed.
     
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    as well they shouldn't, however, things that have been pointed out in the past are that the northern part of iraq has been kurdish country for a decade and more. Another thing to think about is the injured al qaeda leader in iraq, was he there for more than just medical? If so, wheres anything documented?
     
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    I was trying to remember his name, the injured one I'm referring to. Omar something??? Can you remember? I'll see what I can find out if you do.

    The Kurds 'controlled' but not so sure about those training camps. There was no love loss on the part of Kurds and al Queda and the camps were in a pretty remote area, that was possible for Saddam. I guess that was my point, time will tell as they seemed as good at keeping notes as Hitler.
     

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