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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Nail Al-Jubeir
NEW YORK — Iraq's ambassador to the United Nations criticized a Bush administration plan to sell heavy military equipment and weapons to Israel and select Arab countries yesterday, saying the sale would only increase regional support for Iran.
He also confirmed that Saudi Arabian citizens are among those who have been arrested in Iraq as foreign fighters or terrorists.
"They are not coming from the Saudi Arabian border," Mr. al-Jubeir said, insisting that his government is as concerned as is that of Iraq. "We are doing everything we can to find the recruiters and apprehend them."