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Saudis make up 41% of foreign fighters in Iraq

Posted in Uncategorized by Patrick Truax on November 23, 2007

US raid on insurgent camp finds treasure trove of data
· Bombings and border crossings fall after seizure

Ian Black, Middle East editor
Friday November 23, 2007
The Guardian

More than 40% of the foreign fighters who entered Iraq to join the insurgency in the past year were citizens of Saudi Arabia, America’s key partner in the Middle East, according to detailed information seized from a camp used by them. Documents and computers found by the US army at Sinjar, on the Iraqi-Syrian border, revealed that the other single largest group came from Libya, which is now being rehabilitated as a reliable western ally.

Our “friends” the Saudis…

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  1. axe said, on November 23, 2007 at 3:58 pm

    That is only the 40%+ in the theater. I count the “missionaries” working the madrasas throughout the United States as Saudi fighters. They’re just as dedicated to our downfall as their fellow goat-devotees in Iraq and Afghanistan.


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