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[casi] FW: Report: Iraq Infiltrated Al-Jazeera TV


Interesting how new documents keep surfacing, and only
to tarnish the reputation of those who did not support
the criminal war.
I wonder why hasn't there been any document which
would reveal who among those in the opposition was
working for Saddam Hussein and reporting to the Iraqi
Security services.... How else did Saddam know of
their every move??

Perhaps the 60 tons of documents Ahmad al-Chalabi
claims to have would include the names of Saddam's


Report: Iraq Infiltrated Al-Jazeera TV
Sun May 11, 2003 08:26 AM ET
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Sunday Times newspaper
said Iraqi intelligence agents infiltrated al-Jazeera,
the Arab world's most widely watched television
station, in an attempt to win favorable coverage.
Al-Jazeera spokesman Jihad Ballout told Reuters the
network was unaware of "any member of al-Jazeera who
is working for any foreign intelligence" organization.

The Sunday Times said documents uncovered by opponents
of Saddam Hussein after he was ousted by a U.S.-led
invasion force last month showed Iraq's intelligence
service had three agents working inside Qatar's
al-Jazeera television network.

According to the documents, one alleged agent passed
on two letters written by Osama bin Laden, blamed for
the 2001 attacks on the United States, to his Iraqi
handlers. Two cameramen were also said to be Iraqi

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