Iraqi Logistics and Training

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  1. Due to his words and actions, I have a problem believing what this guy says. He refuses to correct his error of denying the United States supported Iraq during the Iraq – Iran War.

    When, in one of Murdoc’s forums, (URL Below) I stated the U.S. HAD supported Iraq during the Iraq – Iran War. He posted and said the U.S. did NOT support Iraq at that time. And, HE KNEW this was true because he was in the area at the time.

    (Like “being in an area” means you know EVERY THING there is to know about EVERY THING going on in that area. Yea, Right!)

    Anyone whoi caes to, can read exactly what he said by clickingon the link below.

    http://www.murdoconline.net/archives/8075.html

    As THERE IS much MORE than sufficient DOCUMENTED PROOF I am correct, it is not me who is in error. There are not only all kinds of United States government records, there is also Congressional testimony to back me up.

    Then there are the records from the companies who sold the equipment to Iraq. As well as all kinds of articles from many different sources. ALL of which PROVE I’m correct!

    So I NICELY asked him to review the facts and it seems he refused to do so. I had also asked him to google it and then read some of the 5,620,000,000 entries on US support for Iraq and it seems he could not take the time.

    Now while I am certainly not saying Wikipedia is the definative source, they do give reference after reference people can check for themselves.

    And WIKIPEDIA States:

    “The United States supported Iraq during the Iran

  2. “The United States supported Iraq during the Iraq War as a counterbalance to post -revolutionary Iran. This support included several billion dollars worth of direct economic aid, the sale of dual-use technology, non-U.S. origin weaponry, military intelligence, Special Operations training, and direct involvement in warfare against Iran as well.

    Support from the U.S. for Iraq was not a secret and was frequently discussed in open session of the Senate and House of Representatives, although the public and news media paid little attention.

    On June 9, 1992, Ted Koppel reported on ABC’s Nightline, ‘It is becoming increasingly clear that George Bush, operating largely behind the scenes throughout the 1980s, initiated and supported much of the financing, intelligence, and military help that built Saddam’s Iraq into the power it became.’

    Both the ‘Reagan & Bush administrations permitted’ and ‘frequently encouraged’ the flow of money, agricultural credits, dual- use technology, as well as chemicals, and weapons to Iraq.”

    In the article they provided sources, facts and figures.

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