Iraq - Al Qaeda Robert Siegel talks with Jeffrey Goldberg, who wrote "The Great Terror" in the March 25 issue of The New Yorker about Goldberg's interviews with prisoners in Kurdish controlled Iraq. The prisoners say they have been working with both al Qaeda and the Iraq government, and that they had been smuggling possible biological and chemical weapons from Iraq to al Qaeda in Afghanistan. He also has talked to experts about Iraq's use of these weapons against the Kurds.
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Robert Siegel talks with Jeffrey Goldberg, who wrote "The Great Terror" in the March 25 issue of The New Yorker about Goldberg's interviews with prisoners in Kurdish controlled Iraq. The prisoners say they have been working with both al Qaeda and the Iraq government, and that they had been smuggling possible biological and chemical weapons from Iraq to al Qaeda in Afghanistan. He also has talked to experts about Iraq's use of these weapons against the Kurds.