Blair: Saddam ''WMD'' may never be found
The British Prime Minister on Tuesday admitted Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction may never be found. But Tony Blair insisted the ousted president did have them and that Iraq did pose a real threat before the war.
"I believe they were there, a lot of people did. That's why the international community came together to pass a resolution," he told the Commons Liaison Committee.
"We don't know what happened to them, whether they were moved or destroyed, but there is no doubt Saddam had the capability." (albawaba.com)
© 2004 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)
- Blair insists evidence about Saddam WMD will be found
- Following WMD expert’s death: Blair rules out recalling parliament
- Blair admits Iraq intelligence flawed but defends decision to oust Saddam
- Blair admits Saddam had no WMD, but refuses to apologize
- New poll: More than 40% of Britons feel Blair distorted information on WMD as British soldier injured in Basra attack