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Where were Sadam's WMD's?

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Submitted by James Bonifield (United States), Sep 17, 2013 at 02:46

Saddam had plenty of time and trucks to move the bulk of his WMD's including chemical, biological, and nuclear to a receptive regime in Syria prior to the loudly heralded American Invasion. How much of Syria's stockpiles represent these weapons?

Israel knows where they are and has threatened to turn Damascus into molten glass if they are ever used against Israel.

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If Saddam did move WMD to Syria,these presumably have been integrated into the arsenal of the regime there.

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