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The TEST OF ALL MOTHERS

Saturday, March 22, 2003

 
Table scraps are finally filling the needy: All may not be well for Adib Shaaban, senior aide to Saddam’s powerful son Uday and Iraq’s highest-ranking would-be defector. His attempt to flee to the United States, first revealed exclusively in DEBKA-Net-Weekly 97 (February 14), may not have come off. First a recap: Shaaban -- charged with Uday’s most sensitive missions -- traveled to Jeddah in early February, saying he needed to put through some gold transactions ahead of the war. From Jeddah, he flew to Beirut and disappeared.

But he never really went to the Lebanese capital. Instead, he made his way undercover to Damascus Monday and was picked up by an unmarked plane that flew him out of the Middle East. At least, that’s how Shaaban scripted his plan. But like so many things in the murky world of intelligence, the plan went awry – as is strongly indicated by the fresh information reaching DEBKA-Net-Weekly.
Fired four months ago from Saddam Hussein’s inner bodyguard detail, Jassem Abdullah – not his real name, but one of several aliases - lives in Amman in fear of his life. He moves from place to place taking his secrets with him. As a member of the elite trusted group of five to six men sworn to defend the Iraqi ruler with their lives, he claims to know where Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction are hidden – and points to three sites. DEBKA-Net-Weekly located and interviewed Jassem through intermediaries in a suite we rented at one of Amman’s most luxurious hotels. He was pale and tense.
Hans Blix, chief UN weapons inspector in Iraq and Mohamed ElBaradei, head of the internationial nuclear agency, have not turned up any Iraqi scientists or civilians to interview outside the country’s borders. After two days of negotiations with Iraq officials in Baghdad, they came out with a 10-point accord that guarantees very little help for their search. DEBKA-Net-Weekly , however, did locate a highly knowledgeable defector from Saddam Hussein’s immediate circle – one, moreover, willing to talk. His name – or more precisely one of his many aliases – is Jassem Abdullah. He managed to escape from Baghdad four months ago.Jassem, it turns out, served on Saddam’s bodyguard detail, one of an elite trusted group of no more than five to six security men sworn to defend the Iraqi leader with their lives.
Last week’s “discovery” by UN arms inspectors (looters) of a dozen empty chemical 122 mm missile warheads at an Iraqi ammunition dump in Ukhaider, 70 miles south of Baghdad, was not the outcome of intelligence but subtle Iraqi manipulation. The UN inspectors were led by the nose to their discovery. DEBKAfile’s military and intelligence sources report this after tracking it down to source.

Looting a looter as seen in east la ...US war planners have decided that their most useful strategic asset for the coming offensive against Saddam Hussein is the 2.5 million Turkomans of north and central Iraq - even more than the Kurds.







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Ok! Everything is all even handed here. Do you think that sex, drugs, rock & roll and oil is not the happening here in Baghdad? Who is minding the store? Gucci ReaGucci from New Jersey? Lets look at the real beef here.1st the assholes were thrown out of Baghdad so that would stop reporting any bank robberies and hijackings. DEBKAfile's military sources: Four Iraqi divisions defending Baghdad pull back from positions 50km outside city to 30km-line after sustaining heavy casualties in night’s massive bombardment on military and government targets. Civilian casualties among 6 million population relatively light.

More Turkish-American trouble over incursion into Iraqi Kurdistan of several hundred Turkish troops. Action after Turkish airspace opened to US warplanes angers Americans and Kurdish leaders.



American forces capture west Iraqi H-2 and H-3 air base complexes from which Scuds missiles fired at Tel Aviv in 1991

In the south, US Marines take key port of Umm Qasr. One Marine is killed in battle. The Faw Peninsula on the Gulf has fallen to British Marines. Both were launching sites for Iraqi missiles that hit Kuwait Thursday. Friday, Kuwait army units enter Umm Qasr and hoist flag. Sooner after, siren alert sounds in Kuwait City.
In the north, Kurdistani Bamerni airfield passes from Turkish to US control. American forces landing there Friday are driving towards Kirkuk and Mosul.

Some US units are linking up with Kurdish PUK and KDP militias in Kurdish town of Kalak for joint assault to capture Kirkuk and its oil fields.

Awaitng goods, metals, precious stones, etc...In central Cairo, violent pro-Saddam demonstrators clashed with police after Friday prayers, finally dispersed by water cannon

Pro-Saddam demonstrators across Gaza Strip and West Bank hold aloft placards depicting Iraqi ruler and Bin Laden, denounce Arab rulers as traitors. More checks signed by Saddam to be handed out to families of Palestinian suicide terrorists Friday and a high bidder wants to kick in...
Israeli undercover troops round up two senior Hamas operatives on West Bank: Qalqilya commander Raed Hateiri and Majed Hassem in Ramallah. What are you doing in Cairo?
Israel turns down French Middle East peace conference proposal in favor of retaining Washington’s lead in peace process with Palestinians.









 
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You are not doing your work? A little misprint caused me to seek other revenues... If only, I had known. Correction: IRS defers tax for deployed troops, civilians
An ArmyLINK article filed March 12 was incorrect in stating that Army civilian employees deployed to a combat zone are not eligible for automatic income-tax extensions. They are. But they are not exempt from paying taxes on wages earned in a combat zone.

 
Mom! Look what I found! I will send it UPS...ARMY ACTIVATES ARMY FAMILY ASSISTANCE HOTLINE
(Note to media outlets: Media outlets are requested to publish the hotline number with the caveat that the hotline is intended for use by Army family members, not the general public.)


Alexandria, Va. -- The U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center, in conjunction with the Army Family Liaison Office, has established a toll-free Family Assistance Hotline. The number is (800) 833-6622.

"The mission of our Family Assistance Hotline is to provide Army families caring support in the form of accurate information, useful resources, and helpful referrals related to family issues," said Brig. Gen. Robert L. Decker, commander of the USACFSC, the Army agency responsible for Morale, Welfare, and Recreation. This Family Assistance Hotline is a 'safety net' for those who have exhausted all other resources," said Decker. "We will do everything we can to help each and every caller."

The hotline is intended for use only by family members of soldiers on active duty as well as those in the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve called to active duty.

After hearing a short, recorded message, callers will be able to speak to hotline staff members who have access to extensive reference materials. Staff will be unable to answer questions about casualties or soldiers wounded or missing in action. Because of the sensitivity of this information, the Army's Casualty Assistance Office will first contact the soldier's immediate family. Once the Army is certain that the soldier's next of kin have been notified, information about soldiers' deaths will then be released to the public through news releases and other means such as the media and Department of Defense Web sites. Due to operational security and force protection concerns, CFSC hotline staff cannot provide locator services (addresses) for soldiers or units, or information about operational matters.

The hotline is toll free when called from the continental United States, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands. Hotline staff will answer calls from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily Eastern Standard Time to answer family support-related questions. Emergency assistance will be provided between the hours of 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. EST.

"Our staff will assist all callers by listening, explaining, and directing them to the most helpful resources we can," said Gail Lovisone, manager of CFSC's Family Assistance Hotline call center. Lovisone emphasized that the first place families of active duty soldiers should contact is Army Community Service or the unit rear detachment at the installation from which the soldiers deployed.

The Army National Guard and the Army Reserve state and regional support commands also operate assistance lines, though they may not always be toll free. Information is also available at www.guardfamily.org and www.army.mil/usar.

"We may often refer callers to the installation because installation ACS staff have local resource telephone numbers, and more detailed information," explained Lovisone.

In addition to local and Army level assistance via telephone, family members can find answers to many routine questions about family readiness, Army Community Service, and deployment support resources online at the ACS Web site, www.goacs.org, and at the Army Family Liaison Office website, www.aflo.org.

"We anticipate a high volume of calls, so we strongly urge people to use those Web sites as a first stop," noted Lovisone. Recognizing that not all households have Internet connectivity, Lovisone suggested families use computers at installation ACS centers or at on-post or local civilian libraries.


 
SCUD Mssile makes sea delivery...
 
That is our loot on the scud don't fuck with it!!!! Missile attacks on U.S. troops in Kuwait foiled
CAMP NEW JERSEY, Kuwait (Army News Service, March 20, 2003) -- On the first day of "Operation Iraqi Freedom," soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), out of Fort Campbell, Ky., made it through the first round of surface-to-surface missiles that were launched against them.

"We had two legitimate attacks today, and both were foiled by the Patriot missile batteries," said Maj. Trey Cate, public affairs officer for the 101st. Abn. Div.

This was the first time the PAC-3 missile system has been used in combat. Some Pentagon officials allegedly expressed reservations about using its revolutionary hit-to-kill technology in this operation because they were uncertain it had been tested thoroughly, but as of Thursday night it had successfully protected coalition forces from all strikes.

An Ababil 100 surface-to-surface missile was launched at 12:30 p.m against Camp Thunder in northern Kuwait, where aircraft operated by the 159th Aviation Brigade are stationed.

The missile was successfully engaged and brought down by the Patriot Advanced Capability-3 defense system manned by Battery D, 552 Air Defense Artillery, Cate said.

A pilot with the 159th Aviation Brigade, returning to Camp New Jersey from Camp Thunder Thursday evening, said he was on the flight line when the attack came.

"We had no warning. The first thing we saw was the Patriot firing off," he said. "Then we saw a second one shoot off, and it must have malfunctioned because it detonated -- it's supposed to detonate when there's a malfunction. When we saw that, we didn't know if it had impacted with another missile, or if we had been hit."

A third Patriot missile shot off from the camp's battery, apparently automatically compensating for the malfunctioning missile. The enemy weapon was safely struck out of the sky, the pilot said.

Soldiers at Camp New Jersey, approximately 20 miles southeast of the Iraq border, heard the ominous blare of the camp's Scud missile siren, followed shortly by the dull thud of Patriot missiles firing. They donned their protective masks and quickly made way to survivability bunkers constructed from metal shipping boxes shored up with sandbags. Other soldiers caught inside their sleep tents dove for cover wherever they could.

"We took cover underneath our cots," said Sgt. Kevin Doyle, headquarters commandant, HHC, 101st. "I said, 'Oh my (expletive) God' when I heard the missiles go off."

Within 10 minutes the all clear was sounded, and the soldiers emerged to return to their tasks. Doyle said he and his fellow soldiers were relieved, but added two more rows of sandbags to their tent.

At 1:30 p.m., the siren sounded again. Soldiers again hurried to safety, moving a little faster after getting the kinks out during the first alarm. Shortly after, the "all-clear" was sounded again.

Doyle said some soldiers around him were skeptical of the alarm's accuracy, but, "we reacted to it the same as the first one," he said.

The second missile was either an Ababil 100 or an Al-Samoud missile, and was headed for Kuwait City before it was brought down, Cate said.

No weapons fired against coalition forces have been identified as chemical or biological warheads, Cate said.

Twice more in the afternoon, as forces exchanged fire on the border, the siren warned soldiers in the camp of an impending attack, and they went through the now-familiar drill, but there was no attack.

"It was a false alarm," Cate said. "Friendly missiles were misread."

The division's training apparently paid off as the soldiers did what they were supposed to in order to stay alive on the new, hazardous battlefield they must now operate on, Cate said.

"I think we handled it calmly and professionally," he said. "Everyone masked and moved to the protective shelters, while key essential personnel kept their post and continued to monitor the battle," he said. "After the Patriots successfully engaged the threat, everyone resumed their duties."

(Editor's note: Pfc. James Matise is a member of the 101st Airborne Division's (Air Assault) Public Affairs Office.)


 
POINT SHAVING? Wartime commercial debuts during NCAA Tournament
by Staff Sgt. Marcia Triggs


WASHINGTON (Army News Service, March 21, 2003) - Although not one word is spoken, the soldiers featured in the Army's latest recruiting commercial say to the world, "Through honor and courage, we win wars," officials said.

The commercial is debuting during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, and first aired March 20. All Army recruiting commercials were replaced this week by "Creed," the Army's wartime commercial, said Paul Boyce, a public affairs specialist for the Office of the Chief of Public Affairs.

Other recruiting commercials, such as the popular Ice Soldier, that features Specials Forces climbing a mountaintop, will run again in about a week, Boyce said. "Creed" will run indefinitely, he added.

The wartime commercial emphasizes excellence among individual soldiers and within the team, Boyce said. It consists of close-ups of soldiers and their unit crests. The message behind the crests is that each one was designed to tell that unit's history, Boyce said. When a soldier joins that unit, he becomes a part of that team and adopts that history, he added.

"We Will Always Win," is the motto of the 391st Regiment, a New York Reserve unit. It is the last distinctive insignia to be shown on both the 30 and 60-second commercials. Viewers can see up to 12 different crests showcased from both active and reserve-component units.

Just like in all the other commercials created by Leo Burnett USA, actual soldiers are featured and the units represent Fort Sill, Okla., Fort Hood, Texas, and Chievres, Belgium, among others.

"Leo Burnett USA, the Army's advertising agency, created a tribute to soldiers and an ad that expresses gratitude to the American public, whose sons and daughters have volunteered to serve in the military," Boyce said. "But it is still a recruiting video.

"It features a silent tag line that says "Army of one," the logo - a distinctive Army star and the www.goarmy.com Web address.

The Army's current advertising agency, Leo Burnett USA, has been creating recruiting ads for three years. Army recruiters have exceeded their recruiting goals for the last three years.

The Army's recruiting goal for the last fiscal year was 79,500 and recruiters actually brought 79,604 soldiers onto active duty. The Army Reserve recruiting goal was 28,825 and a total of 31,319 reservists were recruited.


 
CIA Budget increasing in alarming proportions that drug funding is not needed anymore.
 
Turkey sends troops into Irak posts the post but will not tell real story...
 
Hussein family treasures looted... xXx good funds reentering banking institutions..
 
Tourism to open up in Baghdad and New Magic Kingdom to open in a few days...
 
U.S. military and intelligence officers step up bid to divide Iraqi leadership.

 
As bombs, missiles crashed into Baghdad, Army forces sped into Iraq while Marines seized major port, oil facilities and moved toward Basra.
 
Surrenders by Iraqi Forces — 2 Marines Die in Fighting


 
Friendly fire: U.S. air power devastated parts of Baghdad, including several government buildings and palaces built by Saddam Hussein.

 
duh! The airstrikes the U.S. military carried out were intended to destroy Saddam Hussein's ability to control his forces.

 
American support for President Bush's policy in Iraq has surged now that the war has begun, but deep partisan divisions remain.
 
If the assholes had not paid much emphasis on the bulletin boards 911 instigation would not have occurred.
 

BLOGGING THE WAR

Now that the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq has begun, a blogspotter can scarcely click his mouse without landing on a blog about the war. Here is just a small sampling of what the blogosphere has to offer.

 
More LIES: “By combining public optimism, a dearth of operational detail and carefully controlled news images of rapidly advancing troops, the allies aim to intimidate and befuddle the Iraqis. But while the world watches American armored columns race deep into the country, other, messier operations are likely to be unfolding out of the public eye.”

 
LIES “During war, for example, there’s a tendency to buy the government’s line for a few days — in part out of patriotism, in part in order to not offend sources, in part to not offend viewers and readers. Blogs can be a source of skeptical analysis ... especially when the “facts” come so fast and furious they simply can’t be analyzed fast enough (even without a pro-government bias) except by harnessing the distributed analytic power of the blogosphere!”

 
It is important to emphasize, however, that the reason Weblogs are significant is not purely for information gathering, but for the perspective that information can provide as an alternative to mainstream (usually American) media.
 
They say it has not been under their control; it has been under Saddam Hussein's control to make him richer.

So there was a very big push into southern Iraq for that purpose. We are at a facility just outside of Basra, which we cannot name because it still could come under attack from Iraqi artillery or Scud missiles. It is estimated that 14 percent of the entire world's oil supply flows through this region.

The Marines were very concerned in the days leading up [to] and planning the assault on this facility that it had been targeted for destruction. In other words, that it may have been booby-trapped or that there had been explosives laid.

There was a great deal of concern that if they did not race and get through with some element of surprise, that the whole thing could have been blown up.

That would have been an economic and ecological disaster. And had it gone up when the Marines were arriving, it could have meant a great loss of life.

The Marines got here in time. It had not been detonated. No Marines were injured or killed in the assault here. There was a brief firefight and about 50 people were taken into custody, including about 20 to 25 who are considered POWs, or prisoners of war.

One officer here said this was pretty much a crown jewel in the opening effort of the Gulf War, because now the revenues that will eventually come from this facility will help rebuild the nation after the war is over.

I should point out that the "shock and awe" in southern Iraq took place last night.

We were up moving into the attack positions with the ground forces as they were preparing to head into southern Iraq. They met some resistance up there at the Kuwaiti-Iraq border. Well, that was quickly resolved. They called in Tomahawk strikes and airstrikes that went on all night long.

There is a lookout there, a hill referred to as Safwan Hill, on the Iraqi side of the border. It was filled with Iraqi intelligence gathering. From that vantage point, they could look out over all of northern Kuwait.

It is now estimated the hill was hit so badly by missiles, artillery and by the Air Force, that they shaved a couple of feet off it. And anything that was up there that was left after all the explosions was then hit with napalm. And that pretty much put an end to any Iraqi operations up on that hill.

Then this morning they airlifted in U.S. military forces that now hold that vantage point. So, all last night there was an intense artillery, air and missile bombardment throughout the southern part of Iraq. And that is what paved the way for the ground forces to begin pushing in.

One of the interesting things to note that we saw as we came across the border and began moving into southern Iraq was the precision of those attacks.

You would find artillery pieces blown up. You would find tanks that were shattered. You would find armored personnel carriers that were destroyed and still burning at the side of the road.

You did not see, though, major buildings that had been damaged. You did not see damaged homes or any sign of collateral damage.

That may have happened, but there was not an overwhelming indication of that, which is remarkable given the light show we saw from the vantage point we had from the border.


 
Obviously the focus of the effort here is the oil industry, the oil infrastructure. That is considered crucial. Not because of what many people have said, and criticized, that the United States wanted to grab oil. The military leaders say that is not the plan at all.

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