The friends of Saddam Hussein

Claudia Rosett wants to see the books on the UN’s so-called oil-for-food program in Iraq. She has gathered enough evidence of wrongdoing to ask some awfully pointed questions: “Oil, food, and a whole lot of questions.”
By the same token, Barry Rubin devotes a Jerusalem Post column to framing the kinds of important questions the captured terrorist Muhammad Abbas could answer: “Abbas’s capture has huge implications.”

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