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The Connection: How al Qaeda's Collaboration with Saddam Hussein Has Endangered America

2 Ratings: 4.5
A book by Stephen F. Hayes

Weekly Standardreporter Hayes marshals a wealth of evidence that, in contrast with the tenuous connections that have so far made news, point to ties between Saddam Hussein's regime and al-Qaeda. Most intriguingly, Hayes finds links between Iraq and the … see full wiki

Author: Stephen F. Hayes
Publisher: HarperCollins
2 reviews about The Connection: How al Qaeda's Collaboration...
review by . November 19, 2010
Despite your political leanings, one can read THE CONNECTION and find that there are a wealth of connections between the international terrorism community. It's very clear that the al Qaeda had a massive network of support -- be it financial, material, or providing training space -- and that the organization was intent upon inflicting harm wherever and whenever it say a truly calculated means. I think that Stephen Hayes has done an exceptional job at gathering together what proven and speculative …
review by . August 09, 2004
Stephen F. Hayes enagages in the kind of investigative research and reporting that is rarely seen. Using primarily public sources and avoiding the Woodward Syndrome of unattributed personal sources, Hayes connects the dots and portrays a convincing - if not certain - argument of a substantial relationship between Saddam's Iraq and al Qaeda.     Although Hayes avoids partisanship, it is likely partisans will accept or reject Hayes' scholarship on the basis of their pre-conceived …
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