August 13, 2002 | Prof. Moshe Arens
The present Iraqi capability is relatively limited. According to recent U.S. estimates, Iraq may have a dozen or two Scud missiles that were not caught by UN inspectors. They are working to attain nuclear capability but do not have it at the moment. However, both the Iraqis and the Iranians have chemical warheads, and both probably have biological weapons as well.
February 6, 2002
Vol. 1, No. 18 February 6, 2002 Both Iraq and Iran would have a difficult time projecting their influence in the Arab-Israeli sector of the Middle East, if Yasser Arafat was not seeking to draw them into his conflict with Israel and, thereby, jeopardize regional stability. Speaking to his Knesset faction on February 4, […]
What is Known about Iraq’s Biological Weapons Program — Could it be the Source of America’s Anthrax Attack?
October 29, 2001 | Lt. Col. (ret.) Jonathan D. Halevi
White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer stated on October 26 that the anthrax sent to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle was not necessarily manufactured by a foreign government. Yet, Fleischer did not rule out foreign involvement either. One Middle Eastern state with vast proven experience in biological warfare is Iraq, which actually tested biological agents on Iranian prisoners in the 1980s.
September 2, 2001 | Dr. Robert O. Freedman
September 1, 2000 | Richard Butler