chemical war threat by iraq's 'taliban'

  1. 4,699 Posts.
    Mullah Mohammad Hasan is the new leader of Ansar Al-Islam, a radical Taliban-style mini-state in Northern Iraq where ricin and other chemical agents have been been tested as potential weapons.

    He has vowed to use his arsenal to fight America and its allies if a war is launched against Saddam Hussein.

    Ansar has also given shelter to Abu Musaab al-Zarqawi - the al-Qaeda quartermaster responsible for planning the terrorist group's attacks - in its camps, according to Kurdish officials in the area.

    The group has told recent visitors to its enclave that it holds stocks of the deadly chemical agents ricin, cyanide gas and aflatoxin.
arrow-down-2 Created with Sketch. arrow-down-2 Created with Sketch.