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Iraq-US Relations / The Mind of Saddam #721080

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 05, 2003
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(U.N.: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) A look inside the mind of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein presented; details given about Saddam’s perception of the first Gulf War; scenes shown of Saddam and his many monuments to himself. [Saban Center for Middle East Policy Ken POLLACK†- says Saddam believes he is a great Arab leader who will unite the Arab world under Iraq’s banner; says he can be frequently delusional; states he will use chemical & biological weapons if he feels pressed.] [George Washington University Jerrold POST†- comments on Saddam’s need for “world-class weapons.”] [Iraqi defector Abbass al JANABI†- says Saddam cannot implement his ambition without his weapons.]

Rather, Dan;
Andrews, Wyatt

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