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Saddam's wife says US Prisoner isn't her husband

this report will only further corrode Bush's creditability as the whole base
of lies & deceptions rip the underpinnings out from under him to where by
November you'll not find a single soul who'll freely admit to having voted for him. Am reminded of that verse>>Oh! What tangled webs we weave, when...
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SADDAM'S WIFE SAYS US PRISONER ISN'T HER HUSBAND
By Maxim Pogodin
4-17-4

Last week, American authorities arranged a meeting of the former Iraqi dictator with his wife.

She was the first of Hussein-s relatives to meet with the ex-leader of Iraq at a new place, at the American military base in Qatar. Accompanied by Sheikh Hamad Al-Tani, Sajida Heiralla Tuffah has arrived from Syria on his private jet in the end of March.

The outcome of their meeting turned out to be quite scandalous. Sajina claims that the person she encountered was not her husband, but his double. If someone were to say for sure that it was not insinuation, it would have been easy to believe the wife with a 25-year experience. It is also possible to assume that Saddam has simply changed since the day of his sons' deaths, June 24 2003. This however is highly unlikely. In case we believe Hussein-s wife, all DNA testing of the ex-Iraqi leader should be considered a mere fake. Overall, today there remain more questions then there are answers.

On the other hand however, those statements of Hussein's wife can in fact be quite understandable. After all, this is the easiest way to demoralize an enemy.

Hussein's younger daughter Hala has also arrived at the base in Qatar along with Saddam Hussein's two grandsons and two sisters, total of eight people. They were all invited by Shekh-s wife Muza to stay in one of the palaces. Eldest daughters Ragad and Rada along with five Hussein-s grandchildren have recently arrived to Doha from Jordan.

Elaf| newspaper writes that, most likely, the entire Hussein's family will stay in Qatar permanently.

Saddam Hussein was captured by the American forces in December 2003 and held in one of the palaces in Baghdad in a region controlled by the coalition forces. Afterward, due to security reasons, he was transferred to the American military base in Qatar, where he is expected to remain until the trial.

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Well, 17.Apr.2004 20:43

Tony Blair's dog

"It is also possible to assume that Saddam has simply changed since the day of his sons' deaths, June 24 2003."

was it really certain it was them?

Something tells me that some persons are now comfortably
enjoying a nice, quiet but rich life on an island somewhere
on the behalf of U.S. taxpayers.

This would not surprise me, but. . . 18.Apr.2004 01:40

teddy ruxpin

It should be noted that this repost was from a web page with articles titled: "Boriska: boy from Mars," "Isreal opens gates to hell," "Soviet army fought UFOs," and "Girl with x-ray vision."

On that same note, there is also an article saying sane people blame Bush for 9/11, so the page can't be all wrong. . .

"teddy ruxpin" 18.Apr.2004 20:07

Tony Blair's dog

"It should be noted that this repost was from a web page with articles titled: "Boriska: boy from Mars," "Isreal opens gates to hell," "Soviet army fought UFOs," and "Girl with x-ray vision.""

What are you babbling about?


my opinion 19.Apr.2004 10:37

me

Personally, I came across a web pages with actual pictures of the doubles and Saddam, for comparison. Frankly, they (or the Kurds, originally) have double #2.

Link? Sorry, unsure where it was for your perusal. Perhaps it was on rense.com as a link somewhere...