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Connections between Iraq, Oklahoma bombing explored

Senator Specter and Congressman Burton are pursuing the Iraqi-Oklahoma bombing connection. Iraq developed a network in the U.S. to obtain weapons of mass destruction. After the Gulf War, this network changed to covert cells.

Ramzi Youssef, the 1993 World Trade Center bombing mastermind, later moved to the Philippines where he recruited Terry Nichols and other students in Cebu City. Nichols’ passport shows he was in the Philippines at this time.



McVeigh was a known Iraqi sympathizer. U.S. News reported, “Top Defense Officials think Tim McVeigh was an Iraqi Agent.” He wrote an essay defending Iraq’s right to “stockpile chemical and biological weapons,”

Sworn affidavits from 22 Oklahoma residents identify eight Arabs, including Iraqi soldiers, who collaborated with McVeigh and Nichols. Hussein Al Hussaini, an Iraqi soldier, was seen riding in the Ryder truck with McVeigh on the morning of the bombing.




Clinton, Janet Reno and the FBI were being severely criticized for their merciless killings at Waco and Ruby Ridge. They blamed the Oklahoma bombing on the right-wing conservative organizations and diverted the public’s ire from themselves to the conservatives.

As has been demonstrated many times, truck bombing is a trademark of the Arab terrorists.

Thomas Crosswhite

Grass Valley


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