New information, and additional specifics on previously reported stories,
have brought further substantiation to the belief that Saddam Hussein did have WMD’s
up until the Coalition Forces entered Iraq.
The following links tell the revelations that have surfaced.
[quote]Saddam Sent WMD to Syria, Former General Alleges
By Sherrie Gossett
CNSNews.com Staff Writer
February 2, 2006
(CNSNews.com) – A former Iraqi general alleges that in June 2002 Saddam Hussein transported
weapons of mass destruction out of the country to Syria aboard several refitted commercial jets,
under the pretense of conducting a humanitarian mission for flood victims.
That’s one of several dramatic claims made in the book by former Iraqi General Georges Sada:
“Saddam’s Secrets: How an Iraqi General Defied and Survived Saddam Hussein.” Since the launch
of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Sada has served as the spokesman for Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi
and continues to serve as national security advisor. He is the former vice marshal of the Iraqi
Air Force. Sada was interviewed at the headquarters of Cybercast News Service on Jan. 30.
Sada contends that Saddam took advantage of a June 4, 2002, irrigation dam collapse in Zeyzoun,
Syria, to ship the weapons under cover of an aid project to the flooded region.
“[Saddam] said 'Okay, Iraq is going to do an air bridge to help Syria,” Sada recounted. Two
commercial jets, a 747 and 727, were converted to cargo jets, in order to carry raw materials
and equipment related to WMD projects, Sada said. The passenger seats, galleys, toilets and
storage compartments were removed and new flooring was installed, he claimed. Hundreds of tons
of chemicals were reportedly included in the cargo shipments.
[quote]Iraqi General: Syria Gave Al-Qaida Saddam’s WMDs
A former senior military advisor to Saddam Hussein is warning that the chemical weapons used
by top al-Qaida terrorist Abu Musab al Zarqawi in a foiled 2004 plot to attack Amman, Jordan
were the same weapons Saddam Hussein transported to Syria before the U.S. invasion.
Gen. Georges Sada offered the stunning revelation Saturday while explaining why he didn’t decide
to go public about Saddam’s hidden WMD stockpile until recently.
“As a general, you see, we should keep our secrets,” Gen. Sada told WABC Radio’s Monica Crowley.
But when news broke of the foiled WMD attack on Amman, he changed his mind.
newsmax.com/archives/ic/2006/1/2 … shtml?s=ic[/quote]
[quote] Bush Was Right: Syria Hides Saddam WMD
by J. Grant Swank, Jr., Jan 26, 2006
US President George W. Bush was correct in saying there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq
under the Saddam Hussein two decades-plus murder rule. Recall that numerous Democrats prior to
Mr. Bush’s election to the Oval Office said the same. Further, many said the same after Mr. Bush
moved into the White House.
Now we have proof.
It comes from none other than Hussein’s General Georges Sada. The nub of his data is this: Hussein
flew WMD into Syria before Operation Iraqi Freedom. They were loaded onto civilian planes with seats
removed to make room, so states Hussein’s second in command official in Hussein’s air force.
“Saddam’s Secrets,” is the name of his recently released book. There details are exposed, according
to The New York Sun’s Ira Stoll.
“‘There are weapons of mass destruction gone out from Iraq to Syria, and they must be found and
returned to safe hands,’ Mr. Sada said. ‘I am confident they were taken over.’”
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[quote]Iraq’s WMD Secreted in Syria, Sada Says
By IRA STOLL - Staff Reporter of the Sun, January 26, 2006
The man who served as the no. 2 official in Saddam Hussein’s air force says Iraq moved weapons of
mass destruction into Syria before the war by loading the weapons into civilian aircraft in which
the passenger seats were removed.
The Iraqi general, Georges Sada, makes the charges in a new book, “Saddam’s Secrets,” released this
week. He detailed the transfers in an interview yesterday with The New York Sun.
nysun.com/article/26514?page_no=3[/quote]A subscription website.
[quote]A senior Syrian journalist reports Iraq WMD located in three Syrian sites
06 January, 2004, AFP
Nizar Nayuf (Nayyouf-Nayyuf), a Syrian journalist who recently defected from Syria to Western Europe
and is known for bravely challenging the Syrian regime, said in a letter Monday, January 5, to Dutch