Military Intelligence Pushing Zarqawi Propaganda?

Some military intelligence officials question propagandistic use of Zarqawi in Iraq and U.S. - RawStory

According to a story set for the front page of Monday's Washington Post some intelligence officials question the military's use of Qaeda in Iraq leader al-Zarqawi for propagandistic purposes, RAW STORY has learned.

Also, the article shows the military's propaganda campaign in Iraq has "spilled over into the U.S. media," by revealing that a New York Times journalist published an article based on a "selective leak" which may have been part of "a psychological operations campaign."
The U.S. military is conducting a propaganda campaign to magnify the role of the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq, according to internal military documents and officers familiar with the program. The effort has raised his profile in a way that some military intelligence officials believe may have overstated his importance and helped the Bush administration tie the war to the organization responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

Thanks Bill for the heads up!

A little known news story

A little known news story has israel intelligence in Iraq trying to infiltrate Alqaeda:

US leak of Zarqawi Letter Riles Israelis:,,2089-2125730,00.html

More lies on top of lies.

More lies on top of lies. Probably "Zarqawi" doesn't even exist. That one is sort of falling away as the administration and the military have been forced to admit (Over just the last few months! they got away with it for the better part of 3 years!) that theres a bigger problem in Iraq than some bogey-man Zarqawi Al Qaeda in Iraq.

Further Proof Al-Zarqawi

Do mean the chubby guy with

Do mean the chubby guy with sneakers and jewelry on his hands that beheaded Nick Berg who was in Iraq fixing cellphone towers by himself as a humanitarian gesture.

Zarchawi is a phantom. He was created by Colin "Liar" Powell at the United Nations.

Someone needs to write the new revised official 911 report as a parody.

They should call it "Rube

They should call it "Rube News"