Iraqi News Reports Links Between Saddam & Bin Laden

Here is the latest explosive news from Iraqi Haider Ajina…

The following is a translation of a headline and article by Iraqi-American Haider Ajina from the July 8, 2006, Pan Atab newspaper Asharq Alawsat:

“Saddam era intelligence service documents reveal connection with Bin Ladin.”
Baghdad by Maa’d Fiaz

Documents found in files belonging to former Iraqi intelligence reveal connections between Saddam’s regime and Osama Bin Ladin, head of Al Qaida. These files are held and kept by the “Iraqi Diary Association”, which is an independent non-governmental association founded and directed by Dr. Kannen Makiah.

The files and document viewed by Asharq Alawsat contained details of Iraqi intelligence operations in London and Khartoum to attain what they called Saudi resistance or Saudi objectionists before it describes relationships between Iraqi intelligence and Osama Bin Ladin.

Haider comments:


I have read this news in Asharq Alawsat (a pan Arab paper) and Karbala News (an Iraqi paper). This comes as no surprise to me and many Iraqi I speak to. There is copy of the document (in Arabic) HERE.

Haider Ajina
McKinleyville Ca

** And… check out this strange cartoon of Saddam and Osama hanging out and running from the pig eating Americans.

Threats Watch has more on the Saddam-Osama links.
FrontPage writes that more than a few former Saddam officials and Al Qaeda associates have talked about the links between the two groups.

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