Sunday, September 24, 2006


Spy Agencies Say Iraq War Worsens Terror Threat
By MARK MAZZETTI
Published: September 24, 2006

WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 — A stark assessment of terrorism trends by American intelligence agencies has found that the American invasion and occupation of Iraq has helped spawn a new generation of Islamic radicalism and that the overall terrorist threat has grown since the Sept. 11 attacks.

The classified National Intelligence Estimate attributes a more direct role to the Iraq war in fueling radicalism than that presented either in recent White House documents or in a report released Wednesday by the House Intelligence Committee, according to several officials in Washington involved in preparing the assessment or who have read the final document.

via The New York Times (http://tinyurl.com/gwoye)

[Pretty much speaks for itself, but I have to wonder why anyone thought our occupation of Iraq would make things better. Nobody likes foreign warships in their backyard. -- Sumocat]


Shoutback: Spy Agencies Say Iraq War Worsens Terror Threat - New York Times
CateGoogles: political_silliness
Mood = unimpressed

Spy Agencies Say Iraq War Worsens Terror Threat


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