Tag: The U.S. Role and Policy for the Future
Overthrowing Saddam Hussein: The Policy Debate
February 1, 2000 | Max Singer
Saddam Hussein, the Iraqi dictator, has biological weapons capable of killing hundreds of thousands of Israelis with infectious diseases such as anthrax. These weapons could be delivered either by missiles, by small pilotless planes, or by infecting the passengers of a plane landing at Ben-Gurion Airport with less than an ounce of agent spread through the plane's air conditioning system.