No? Who financed the al-Qaeda. It wasn't Iraq. It was Saudi Arabians, using
Pakistan as a training base, and Afghanistan as a base of operations. Sure Iraq
probably had a hand in it -- probably every ME country except Israel and Jordan
did in one way or another. What I don't understand is this obsession with Iraq.
So I will ask yet again: why Iraq specifically and not Pakistan? Pakistan is a
far greater threat.
In any case, my logic was a caricature of the logic that if Iraqis had something
to do with WTC, then bomb Baghdad. I was saying Saudis had more to do with it, so
why not bomb Saudi cities?
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> Marc Schindler:
> Larry Jackson wrote:
> > It was a clear day in New York last year, too.
> When *Saudis* attacked it.
> So bomb Riyadh, Dammam, Dhahran, Taif, Jiddah,
> Mecca or Medina.
> Why? That's not where the source of the problem is.
> Larry Jackson
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