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The Connection: How al Qaeda's Collaboration with Saddam Hussein Has Endangered America review Ê 0 ´ In the wake of 911 no one knew when the next attack would come or where it would come from America's enemies seemed gathered on all sides and for several nerve racking months we livedElaxed A comforting consensus settled in Osama bin Laden was an impassioned fundamentalist Saddam a secular autocrat The two would never could never work together ABC News reported that there was no connection between them and the New York Times said so too and pretty soon just about everyone agreedJust about everyone was wrongIn The Connection Stephen Hayes draws on CIA debriefings top secret memos from our national intelligence agencies and interviews with Irai military leaders and Washington insiders to demonstrate that Saddam and bin Laden not only could work together they did a curious relationship that stretches back than a decade an.

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In the wake of 911 no one knew when the next attack would come or where it would come from America's enemies seemed gathered on all sides and for several nerve racking months we lived in fear that the perpetrators might be plotting another action or worse that our most dangerous enemies al aeda and Saddam Hussein's murderous regime in Ira could be banding together against usThe Bush administration and CIA director George Tenet warned against complacency and pointed to growing indications that al aeda and Ira were in league But their case was undercut by unnamed intelligence officials skeptical politicians and a compliant media So America r.

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The Connection How al Qaeda's Collaboration with Saddam Hussein Has Endangered AmericaD may include collaboration on terrorist acts chemical weapons training and sheltering some of the world's most wanted radicalsStephen Hayes's bombshell Weekly Standard piece on this topic was cited by Vice President Cheney as the best source of information about the Saddam al aeda connections Now Hayes delves even deeper exposing the inner workings of America's deadliest opponents and providing a clear eyed corrective to reams of underreported politicized and just plain wrong informationThe Connection is both a gripping snapshot of the War on Terror and a case study in how bureaucratic assumptions and media arrogance can put us all at ris.