Jewish World Review March 3, 2003 / 29 Adar I, 5763


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Daschle demands release of top al Qaeda operative | U.S. Sen. Tom Daschle, D-SD, today demanded the release of al Qaeda's top planner, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed , who was captured yesterday in Pakistan. Sen. Daschle said if Mr. Mohammed were not released, the United States would have to attack Iraq.

"We Democrats have been saying that attacking Iraq is a bad idea since it distracts from the war on terror," said the Senator. "But if we continue to capture al Qaeda members, then Americans will think that we can do both at the same time. We must release this man immediately."

Sen. Daschle went on to talk about the horrifying results of any U.S. war on Iraq. When asked by a reporter if he meant that the U.S. would lose the war, he said "No, you fool, I mean we won't win back the White House in 2004."

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