- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 7, 2006

From Sunday Times (London), Dec. 24, 2000:

After the Gulf War halted [Iraq’s nuclear] programme, Iraq at first denied that it had existed. In a little-noticed speech last September, however, Saddam [Hussein] said his nuclear scientists were part of the fight against Iraq’s enemies. [Iraqi scientist Salman Yassir] Zweir said the Iraqi security service had moved technical components around to conceal them from allied bombers and, later, from inspectors. “Only section heads could speak to the UN inspectors,” he said. “They lied and lied and lied.”

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