What the U.S. government has has to come from its intelligence agencies.
you have a suggested alternative source?
What I'm suggesting is that they are not releasing every bit of information
to the press.
> I see they haven't given a specific citation to Jane's. Also, CNS is a
> of the Media Research Center, whose stated purpose is to be "The Leader
> Documenting, Exposing and Neutralizing Liberal Media Bias"
> Gosh, you don't think they'd have a conservative, pro-war bias, do you?
Certainly conservative - therefore unreliable?
> Did you even read this? It doesn't talk about Iraq, but *Saudi Arabia*
> giving the
> survivors cash payments. Sounds like Rumsfeld's confused. The article
> didn't know anything about the Saudi program. Oh well, they all look
> they :-/
Yes I did read it; this is one of three paragraphs discussing how Saddam
_also_ provides payments to the families of the bombers.
But since CNS is too untrustworthy, how about the Guardian?
"In life most suicide bombers are nobodies, but in death they rise and
become shaheed, and their families rise with them. Each martyr's family
receives an official certificate of martyrdom from the Iraqi dictator
Saddam Hussein, and a prize of $10,000."
Or here: http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/03/25/1017004766310.html
Or here: http://www.washtimes.com/national/20020825-77873160.htm
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