Senate report questions Saddam link with al-Qaida

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September 8, 2006 19:13

There is no evidence deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein had a relationship with Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and his Al-Qaida associates, according to a Senate report on prewar intelligence that Democrats say undercuts President George W. Bush's justification for going to war. The declassified document being released Friday by the Senate Intelligence Committee also explores the role that inaccurate information supplied by the anti-Saddam exile group the Iraqi National Congress had in the march to war.


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