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Report: Iraq War May Have Helped al-Qaida

The war in Iraq failed to reduce security threats against Britain and may have harmed efforts to tackle the al-Qaida terror network, a parliamentary committee said Thursday. In a report, the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee said the war may have helped the terror group led by Osama bin Laden to recruit new members. “Our witnesses were concerned that it might have enhanced the appeal of al-Qaida to Muslims living in the Gulf region and elsewhere,” the committee report said. The committee noted government concerns about the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, among other security threats to Britain. Full Story

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