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Saddam's Weapons Buried in Lebanon

Will we ever find Saddam's weapons of mass destruction, so we can justify our invasion of Iraq? Now we've learned that those elusive WMDs may have been buried in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley. However, the area is guarded by Iraqis, Iranians, Syrians and Hizbullah operatives, so we may never be able to get to them.

A steady stream of tractor-trailer trucks were seen moving from Iraq to Syria to Lebaon in January of 2003, but the significance of this didn't register with the CIA at the time. The flow of Iraqi trucks continued through March, just two weeks before the war. We think this area contains extended-range Scud-based missiles and parts for chemical and biological warheads. According to Israeli intelligence, Saddam paid Syrian leader Bashar Assad $35 million to hide the weapons.

One reason to keep this weapons cache a secret is to stir up dissent in the West, where European countries are now claiming the U.S. invaded Iraq under false pretences.

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