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Fabricated Al-Qaeda Links?

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posted on Nov, 24 2005 @ 06:46 AM
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Originally posted by ludaChris
My professor worked in intelligence, he showed us a powerpoint presentation one day. I need to get a hold of it, he isnt here today, I guess he took off early for thanksgiving break, I still have to get that stuff for some 9/11 thread. Anyhow, in thes presentation, he showed us that Sadaam offered UBL asylum in Iraq, but bin Laden refused, not for hostile purposes, but because it was the first place in the ME the US would go. And he was right, interesting bit of info isnt it. Is there anyone who could host the powerpoint file for me when I get it?

W3ll, it would be interesting to see that 'pdf - and I am sure we will find a way to share it. There are some servers on which you can upload stuff on, and then share it on a forum - but so far I have just uploaded pictures, not a full .pdf presentation.

Anyway, let us know!





posted on Nov, 24 2005 @ 08:09 AM
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Update!


National Journal

Ten days after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President Bush was told in a highly classified briefing that the U.S. intelligence community had no evidence linking the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein to the attacks and that there was scant credible evidence that Iraq had any significant collaborative ties with Al Qaeda, according to government records and current and former officials with firsthand knowledge of the matter.

The information was provided to Bush on September 21, 2001 during the "President's Daily Brief," a 30- to 45-minute early-morning national security briefing. Information for PDBs has routinely been derived from electronic intercepts, human agents, and reports from foreign intelligence services, as well as more mundane sources such as news reports and public statements by foreign leaders.

One of the more intriguing things that Bush was told during the briefing was that the few credible reports of contacts between Iraq and Al Qaeda involved attempts by Saddam Hussein to monitor the terrorist group. Saddam viewed Al Qaeda as well as other theocratic radical Islamist organizations as a potential threat to his secular regime. At one point, analysts believed, Saddam considered infiltrating the ranks of Al Qaeda with Iraqi nationals or even Iraqi intelligence operatives to learn more about its inner workings, according to records and sources.


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[edit on 24/11/05 by Souljah]



posted on Nov, 24 2005 @ 08:48 AM
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al Qaeda? What al Qaeda? I thought al Qaeda doesn't exist, like Tony Blair said:
Al Qaeda is not an organization. Al Qaeda is a way of working ...
www.foxnews.com...

But I bet some of you won't even believe it if Bush would say that al Qaeda doesn't exist.



posted on Nov, 25 2005 @ 04:43 AM
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Originally posted by SwearBear
al Qaeda? What al Qaeda? I thought al Qaeda doesn't exist, like Tony Blair said:
Al Qaeda is not an organization. Al Qaeda is a way of working ...
www.foxnews.com...

But I bet some of you won't even believe it if Bush would say that al Qaeda doesn't exist.

Now that is a NEW way to put it!



Nice Find!

I would say, its more of a Way of Thinking...

Way of Thinking up new Ways to keep People AFRAID and make them Live in constant Fear of Terror and Terrorists and Terrorism, so that they TRUST the Goverment More in what they do around the World and call it "Liberation" instead of Occupation.



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