Darwish, Adel; Blanche, Ed
July 2002
Middle East;Jul/Aug2002, Issue 325, p5
Explores the plan of the U.S. to depose Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. Increase of support to Iraqi opposition groups and forces; Expansion of efforts in the collection of intelligence within Iraq; Possibility of the use of U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and Special Forces teams.


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