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The intelligence community has not found any other evidence of meetings between al-Qaeda and Iraq.On the more specific question of whether Saddam Hussein was behind the attacks of September 11, 2001, the consensus view is that there is no credible evidence of his government's involvement.Detailed in the memorably titled, 'It is of your Freedom to Ignite a Firebomb', the magazine encourages any would-be terrorist to target Montana, because of the rapid population growth in its wooded areas.A fire burning out of control in a pine forest on the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation in New Mexico: Al Qaeda has issued instructions to its followers to start intentional fires in the United States Reveling in the unsubstantiated claim that forest fires in Australia in December 2002, unleashed a heat energy equal to that of 23 nuclear bombs, the new edition of 'Inspire' wants the same destructive force unleashed on America. S and that allowed them to bring a touch of humour to their deadly missives on terror, as gems from previous editions such as 'Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom' proved.On April 29, 2007, former Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet said on 60 Minutes, "We could never verify that there was any Iraqi authority, direction and control, complicity with al-Qaeda for 9/11 or any operational act against America, period." During the lead-up to the Iraq War, two questions were raised regarding an alleged connection between Saddam Hussein's government and al-Qaeda.
Critics of the Bush Administration have said Bush was intentionally building a case for war with Iraq without regard to factual evidence.
This single meeting took place in the Sudan in 1995, and the Iraqi representative, who is in custody and has been cooperating with investigators, said that after the meeting he "received word from his IIS chain-of-command that he should not see bin Laden again." The panel found evidence of only two other instances in which there was any communication between Saddam's regime and al-Qaeda members.
On the other two occasions, the Committee concluded, Saddam Hussein rebuffed meeting requests from an al-Qaeda operative.
This is a form of worship." In 2010 former US President Barack Obama included Al-Awlaki on a list of terrorists that the CIA were authorised to kill.
The al-Qaeda commander, who was born in New Mexico, became the first US citizen to be killed by a drone strike when he was hit in Yemen on 30 September 2011.