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Absurd. All evidence at the time points out that Saddam's henchmen/intelligence service poisoned Dr. Wadi3 Haddad. After the split from the PFLP, saddam was using Wadih as a strongarm in his relation with the western powers. By 1978, he had become a liability, and with all the meetings he had with the iraqi intelligence service, they had all the time in the world to poison him. This is a sensationalist book, but with all the awe the mossad inspires in us (and why couldn't they get rid of Wadih haddad when he was in Jordan? Syria? all other places if they were that powerful?) we'll sure swallow it.
maybe Saddam did it in cooperation with the Mossad. who knows? I wouldn't use the word "awe" to describe the emotion Mossad inspires in me.
Could be, Could be, I wouldn't put it beyond that criminal regime. I didn't mean you, but the general trend is that the 'arab street' sometimes thinks of the Mossad as a supernatural power, not that israel doesn't like that myth to persist.
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