Tomorrow, WorldNetDaily begins an exclusive two-part report by roving
international correspondent Anthony LoBaido on Iraqi dictator Saddam
Hussein's bizarre and brazen attempts to crush out all resistance to his
continued rule -- even outside of Iraq.
Traveling first to Kurdistan, and later to Denmark, LoBaido documents
for the first time how Saddam has sent hordes of female assassins to the
Scandinavian country and to other European destinations to wipe out
Kurdish refugees and defectors fleeing Iraq, and even has installed
spies on the Danish Refugee Council, according to the Danish Red Cross.
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The assassins infiltrate Iraqi opposition circles and kill and maim
leading Kurdish and Iraqi opposition leaders by means ranging from
poisonings to car crashes. Graduates of a two-month training course held
outside Baghdad, these "Mata Hari" hit squads are code-named Operation
Falcon. According to British intelligence, they are staffed by belly
dancers, actresses and artists who claim to be seeking asylum.
It is all part of a Saddam Hussein's campaign to crush the life out
of any opposition movement that could conceivably threaten to undermine
his maniacal dictator-for-life agenda. And the Kurds certainly qualify
as such a threat, since they have time and again attempted to stand up
to Saddam -- with the encouragement, if not sufficient support, of the
Read the whole story -- for the first time anywhere -- in
WorldNetDaily, starting tomorrow.