Saddam Bin Laden


Links between Iraq & Al Qaeda

Together al Qaeda and the regime of Saddam Hussein have threatened the United States of America and other free nations

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Saddam's Secrets
In this timely, highly informed account, Tim Trevan--a British expert on biological warfare and a former strategist and spokesman for the UN Special Commission for Iraq (UNSCOM)--details the cat-and-mouse tactics employed against a master of brinksmanship. In the face of stonewalling, intimidation, obstruction, and death threats, UN inspectors managed to devise a strategy to thwart Saddam Hussein's repeated attempts to divide the Security Council and to monitor his covert efforts to rebuild Iraq's banned weapons program. Aided by superior intelligence data, new sensor technology, infrared satellite imagery, high-level Iraqi defectors, and unswerving dedication, the inspectors succeeded largely in exposing Iraq's deceptions. Yet, as the author warns, Iraq remains a menace to international peace and security, persisting in its claim that it is in full compliance with the terms of the1991ceasefire. A riveting eyewitness account of one of the most threatening conflicts of the20th century.





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The Connection
From the June 7, 2004 issue: Not so long ago, the ties between Iraq and al Qaeda were conventional wisdom. The conventional wisdom was right.
by Stephen F. Hayes

Read how al Qaeda's Collaboration with Saddam Hussein has Endangered America

This book could save countless hours of idle debate about meaningless points that make your eyes glaze over. Cut to the chase with this book and others recommended below.

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Book Description
Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were not the lone conspirators in the Oklahoma City bombing—the attack that killed nearly 170 people in a few short seconds. They were part of a greater scheme, one which involved Islamic terrorists and at least one provable link to Iraq. This book, written by the relentless reporter who first broke the story of the Mideast connection, is filled with new revelations about the case and explains in full detail the complete, and so far untold, story behind the failed investigation—why the FBI closed the door, what further evidence exists to prove the Iraqi connection, why it has been ignored, and what makes it more relevant now than ever. Told with a gripping narrative style and rock-solid investigative journalism and vetted by men such as former CIA director James Woolsey, Davis’s piercing account is the first book to set the record straight about what really happened April 19, 1995.


No doubt, Michael Ledeen knows his stuff, has the inside contacts and provides insightful and compelling analysis and conclusions. Plus, his style is a pleasure to read. As at least one other reviewer has correctly pointed out, the Global War on Terrorism is so dynamic that it's pretty difficult for a book like this to maintain currency for long (it was written pre-IRAQI FREEDOM). Yet, Ledeen makes several enduring points and provides provocative food for thought. However, beware: Everyone is a Middle East expert and no one is a Middle East expert. Don't read this book and accept everything Ledeen says without reading other views and doing some critical thinking. You'd be doing yourself a disservice if this were your only source to become informed on the important and complex issues Ledeen boldly takes on. Bottom line: This is a compact, concise treatment...well worth your time.



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