Britain reveal secret documents related to Saddam's invasion of Kuwait
Date: 05/01/2017 11:21
Information / Baghdad
British revealed and declassified documents in the National Archives, Thursday, new information relating to Saddam's regime invaded Kuwait.
According to the agency "Sputnik" Russian in a report seen by / information /, that "the documents revealed that Arab divisions because of the invasion of Saddam Hussein's regime of Kuwait as the movement of documents as a huge charges that Calha Arabs, some leaders of some due to standing up for Saddam or to the side of his opponents." .
She added that "the most serious charge was related to what launched by former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who was accused Saddam of trying to bribe him millions of dollars in order to guarantee access to political position in favor of the invasion of Iraq in the process."
He continued that "Mubarak launched a scathing attack on former Jordanian King Hussein, accusing him of working for the benefit of Saddam and a former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who said of him that he" came to Egypt carrying a $ 25 million bribe from Saddam. "
The documents to "detailed information on the efforts undertaken by the government of Margaret Thatcher to rally international support against Saddam, including demand from American legal basis which can be used to prepare for military action forced Saddam out of Kuwait."
And lecturer mobility for Thatcher as saying she was "convinced that Saddam will not leave Kuwait unless it has been thrown off," adding, "If the international community has failed to compel Saddam to leave Kuwait, the Israelis will direct a military strike." Finished / z 25