Monday, February 20, 2006

The Iraqi Survey Group: Connecting Saddam to Al-Qaeda

The American Thinker's Ray Robison has been doing yeoman's work tracking Iraqi Government documents captured by the Iraqi Survey Group (ISG). How will the mediacrats spin this news? That is, if they bother to report it at all, the odds of which are slightly less than Michael Moore winning a gold in Olympic ice-dancing. Oh, and Robison was actually in Iraq serving as a contractor for the DIA, working with the ISG. So he knows whereof he speaks.

...On February 26th, 1993 the... World Trade Center was attacked by al-Qaeda and [Egyptian Islamic Jihad] EIJ (really two organizations that cooperated in 1993 and eventually merged).

A month later an official from EIJ was meeting with Saddam in Baghdad.

We have a document showing Saddam authorizing the IIS to “provide technical support” to the EIJ, and by extension, al-Qaeda.

And then al-Qaeda and the EIJ attacked the U.S. on September 11th, 2001 led by an Egyptian Jihadist, Mohammed Atta.

Now you have proof Saddam provided support to the EIJ and by extension al-Qaeda, both of which attacked us on 9/11...

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