US doctor accused of al-Qaida ties testifies

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May 15, 2007 00:20

 
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A Florida doctor accused of pledging his life to al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden testified Monday that he had promised he would be willing to treat Iraqis who were injured fighting Americans while he worked at a military hospital in Saudi Arabia. The admission by Dr. Rafiq Abdus Sabir was elicited during a third day of combative questioning by Assistant US Attorney Victor Hou.

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