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8) One of these camps, searched by the Marines earlier this year, turned up a 7-pound block of pure, ready-to-use cyanide. Saddam had his own paid man working right under Zarqawi. When Zarqawi became ill in May of 2002, Saddam put him up in Baghdad 's best hospital - used only by the loyalist elite - for two months. Zarqawi never saw the tab. From his bedside, with Saddam's approval, Zarqawi held court over perhaps 24 jihadis in his own group, which coordinated al-Qaeda travelers in and out of the country to places like Saudi Arabia . In case the world missed the point, Zarqawi and his group this week reportedly declared their solemn allegiance to Osama bin Laden and merged with al-Qaeda.

9) He sent the deputy head of the Iraqi Mukhabarat, Farouk Hijazi, on a secret mission through the high Hindu Kush mountains in wintry December 1998 to Kandahar to meet with bin Laden, according to the liberal British newspaper The Guardian. Was Hijazi carrying money with him? Unfortunately, the 9/11 Commission wasn't interested in asking. But one remarkable thing immediately happened: according to the 9/11 Report, bin Laden, now confident in the backing of Saddam's Iraq, and "apparently at [military chief] Muhammed Atef 's urging, finally decided to give al-Qaeda planner Khalid Sheik Mohammed the green light for the 9/11 operation," the Report states.
10) Saddam used his Mukhabarat operative in Prague , Ahmed al-Ani, to keep tabs on the 9/11 project through its ringleader, Mohamed Atta. Saddam also employed Ahmed Hikmat Shakir, a lieutenant colonel in the Fedayeen Saddam, to babysit some of the 9/11 hijackers in Kuala Lumpur .

11) As September 11, 2001 , loomed, Saddam could hardly conceal his anticipation. Two months before 9/11, the state-controlled Iraqi newspaper Al-Nasiriya carried a column headlined " America , An Obsession Called Osama Bin Ladin." In the piece, Ba'ath Party writer Naeem Abd Muhalhal predicted that bin Laden would attack the U.S. "with the seriousness of the Bedouin of the desert about the way he will try to bomb the Pentagon after he destroys the White House." Saddam's writer also insisted that bin Laden "will strike America on the arm that is already hurting [i.e., the economy] and that the U.S. "will curse the memory of Frank Sinatra every time he hears his songs" - an apparent reference to the Sinatra classic " New York , New York ." 

12) A mere two weeks before the strike, Saddam put his entire military on high alert, expecting the United States to bomb him in response. Only a single news source, Con Coughlin of the British Daily Telegraph, reported this fact, which has never since been disputed.

13)  Headquarters of al-Zarkawi found in Fallujah. Command and control center of Jordanian Terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi has been fond in Fallujah. Bomb-making shop, documents, photographs, old computers and copies of the Quran found. A large sign in Arabic read: “Al-Qaeda Organization” and “There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger.”

Now it is very strange and utterly hypocritical why in the world that erudite 9/11 commission found no connection between al-Qaeda and Saddam Hossain. What makes the real connection between the two rogue groups? Does it require a marriage ceremony to have connection?  

Money was always the core factor for the al-Qaeda group to launch world-wide terrorist campaign against America . In addition to those world wide Muslim charities, Saudi Arabia and Saddam’s Iraq were the two nations funneled millions of dollars and moral boosting to this rogue al-Qaeda who vowed to dedicate their life to hurt America anywhere in the world. 

Could it be possible that the 9/11 commission was highly politically motivated only to un-seat Bush for the second term in White house? Was it a dire conspiracy? Only time will tell that.

No wonder Bush-Cheney regime never agreed with 9/11 commission or with any other party and they were beating their drum louder and clear that—Saddam did have connection with al-Qaeda. George Bush was all along very adamant and strong in his conviction. This forceful conviction of George Bush brought him the jubilant victory on November 2, 2004 Presidential election. No doubt about it!  


1) Saddam, the ATM of Al-Qaeda

By Christopher S. Carson
FrontPageMagazine.com | November 16, 2004

(Christopher S. Carson, formerly of the American Enterprise Institute, is an attorney in private practice in Milwaukee .)  

2) Washington Post, November 19, 2004  

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