Over 300 Chemical
suits, gas masks and nerve gas antidotes were found by Coalition
forces after successfully taking out members of Saddam’s forces
Sunday. Finds like these are being discovered throughout Iraq, even
at sites where only a few Iraqi forces are firing upon troops. Embedded
reporter Rick Leventhal with FoxNews gave an account where a small
site that had been quickly abandoned by Iraqi forces showed up with
chemical and gas protection gear, along with uniforms and civilian
remains of a car still smolders after an Australian journalist
and 3 Kurdish fighters were killed in a terrorist car bombing
in northern Iraq, March 22, 2003. Security officials of
the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) said the Ansar al-Islam
group, which Washington has linked with al-Qaeda, was responsible
for the bombing. Witnesses said the journalists were waiting
to enter the village of Khormal when a taxi drew up beside
them and exploded, sending a huge cloud of smoke into the
a massive terrorist facility used by Ansar al-Islam and al Qaeda
to make poisons was destroyed in northeast Iraq over the weekend
by Coalition forces.
Britain, Spain, Italy, Germany and France are among the nations
that have broken up and arrested terrorist suspects who had been
plotting attacks on innocents using poisons. Recipes for deadly
agents were found during some of the arrests, and In London recently
the deadly poison ricin was found after intelligence information
led officials to a popular Islamic Mosque.
terrorist MO of homicide bombing was used on March 29th, near
Najaf when a bomber pretending to be a taxi driver in distress,
ignited his bomb after four U.S. 3rd Infantry Division soldiers
approached his taxi to help him and were killed by the blast.
As Saddam has done for families of Palestinian homicide bombers
who kill innocent Israeli citizens, the family of the taxi driver
terrorist who killed the friendly U.S. soldiers received about
$34,000 from Saddam’s regime in addition to other honors.
T-55 tank smolders in the background as Iraqi soldiers surrender
to British Royal Marines near Basra.
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terrorist group Fedayheen Saddam, known for its executions and
brutal tactics against Iraqi civilians, took a severe hit Sunday
by a historic alliance of B-1, B-2 and B-52 bombers. The war planes
took out their barracks in Baghdad during a planned air campaign.
bombing is continuing into the 12th day of the Coalition forces’
mission to disarm Saddam and his regime of weapons of terror.
One site was the presidential palace of Qusay – the head of Saddam’s
VP Tariq Aziz announced Sunday that Arabs from over 23 nations
were prepared to be homicide bombers. According to reports, over
4,000 terrorists will be involved in fighting to save Saddam’s
regime. The Palestinian terror group Islamic Jihad pledged their
full support of Saddam.
analyst Ed Turzanski told FoxNews on Sunday that there is no doubt
that Iraq has been the logistical support of terror operations
around the world. He added that in 1991, Palestinian leader Arafat
pledged his support of Saddam.