Tag Archives: CIA

 U.S. response to Khashoggi?

Just spoke to the King of Saudi Arabia who denies any knowledge of whatever may have happened “to our Saudi Arabian citizen.” He said that they are working closely with Turkey to find answer. I am immediately sending our Secretary … Continue reading

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Syria: U.S. has shut down aid to FSA

  The United States has supported the moderate mainstream FSA faction with millions of dollars worth of arms and paid monthly salaries to thousands of rebels in the course of the seven-year war under a military aid program run by … Continue reading

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View from Baghdad: wrong al-Dulaimi

Members of the tribe known as Al-Dulaimi come originally from Anbar province in western Iraq, and held important positions in Saddam’s government, were professors and heads of departments in universities, judges and generals in the army as well as high-ranking … Continue reading

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Issa dumps documents on Benghazi CIA

House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) and Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) posted 166 pages of sensitive but unclassified State Department communications related to Libya on the committee’s website. One cable names a local militia commander dishing dirt on the … Continue reading

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Musa Kusa helped US after WTC terrorist attacks, rebuffed by rebels

Moussa Koussa’s offer to use his experience to help rebuild Libya has been rebuffed by the new administration in Tripoli. September 8. The defection of Libya’s foreign minister, Musa Kusa, has been hailed as evidence that the military intervention is … Continue reading

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