By Brian Harring
Released for the 1st time ever, Descending Into Darkness is the whole (at the time this booklet went to press) timeline of occasions which led as much as 11th of September. additionally it is the Russian army file at the behavior of the second one Iraqi struggle.
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Html - 20030930010256-1411612284 Iraqi dissidents met with President Bush, who told them he favored a quick transition to democracy in Iraq after a short military occupation. Ari Fleischer, the White House spokesman, made a point of saying the president still hadn't decided whether or not to invade Iraq. html - 200309300102565650003815 Bush Administration sources said they had largely completed their plans for administering Iraq after the war and securing the Iraqi oil fields. html - 200309300102569969567103 Week of January 21 United Nations weapons inspectors discovered 11 empty chemical warheads in southern Iraq; the inspectors said the warheads were not included in Iraq's weapons declaration, but Iraqi officials said they were.
Said Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish leader. “It was a completely democratic result. ” American officials asked for a “clarification” of the decision, and Yasar Yakis, the Turkish foreign minister, said his government would request a second vote. ” American diplomats were telling Security Council countries that they risked “paying a heavy price” if they didn’t vote for war with Iraq, although Ari Fleischer, the White House press secretary, denied that the Administration was trying to bribe countries for war votes: “The president is not offering quid pro quos,” he said.
President Bush settled on a war plan for Iraq that would include a short air campaign followed by rapid ground operations involving about 250,000 troops. html - 200309300048553097324489 Week of November 19 One day after Iraq's parliament rejected the terms of the Security Council resolution calling for resumed weapons inspections, a letter from Iraqi foreign minister Naji Sabri agreeing to the demands was delivered to the United Nations. html - 20030930004931-5068284192 A group of medical experts estimated that 500,000 people, mostly civilians, would probably die as a result of an American invasion of Iraq.