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Oil-for-food funded terror & is STILL funding it!

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posted on Nov, 16 2004 @ 10:58 PM
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This would not surprise me at all, and to think that France and many other countries involved in this have the blood on their hands? Hell the US bought some of that oil. Disgusting turn of events....

Saddam had to go!



U.S. to reveal tomorrow Saddam used U.N. to aid suicide bombers

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Posted: November 16, 2004
6:36 p.m. Eastern


By Aaron Klein
2004 WorldNetDaily.com

A U.S. congressional committee will reveal tomorrow that money taken by deposed Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein from the U.N. oil-for-food program was used as reward payments to families of Palestinian suicide bombers, WorldNetDaily has learned.

The committee, led by Rep. Henry Hyde, R-Ill., chairman of the House Committee on International Affairs, will reveal tomorrow that some of the $10 billion Saddam allegedly forced contractors to kick back from the oil-for-food program between 1997 and 2002 was used to fund families of Palestinians suicide bombers.

Saddam used U.N. to aid suicide bombers

As WorldNetDaily reported, remnants of Saddam's regime may still be funding terrorism against Israel by continuing the payments to families of Palestinian suicide bombers the dictator previously provided, according to a document recently seized in Iraq and obtained by WorldNetDaily .

They are still at it?



WASHINGTON Money from the United Nations Oil-for-Food program (search) helped pay the families of Palestinian homicide bombers, the House Committee on International Relations is expected to reveal Wednesday during a hearing on corruption in the Iraqi relief program.

Investigators working for Illinois Republican Rep. Henry Hyde, chairman of the panel, are expected to say they have traced funds from former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's (search)kickback scheme through a Jordanian bank and into the hands of families of bombers who attacked Israeli citizens.


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