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al-Qaida Operative: Jordan Attack Planned

The recording of a voice purported to be al-Qaida operative Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi said Friday his group did plan to blow up a Jordanian intelligence building, but not with chemical weapons as authorities have alleged. Jordanian state television has broadcast confessions of a group allegedly linked to al-Zarqawi who said they were plotting al-Qaida’s first chemical bomb attack, which would have been directed against Jordan’s secret service building in Amman and could have killed 80,000 people. “The (allegation) that there was a chemical bomb to kill thousands of people is a mere lie,” the reported voice of al-Zarqawi says on a tape broadcast via an Islamic site on the Internet. Full Story

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