The Iraqi Perspectives Project — Saddam and Terrorism

The Iraqi Perspectives Project — Saddam and Terrorism

United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) has released online an unclassified redacted version of the Joint Center for Operational Analysis (JCOA)-sponsored study entitled “The Iraqi Perspectives Project — Saddam and Terrorism:  Emerging Insights from Captured Iraqi Documents.”

The five volumes of the document, linked below, documents the history of the Saddam regime.

The Institute for Defense Analyses produced the report under contract for the command as part of the broader Iraqi Perspectives Project.

The Iraqi Perspectives Project examines operational and strategic insights and lessons from the perspective of former senior Iraqi decision-makers through the analysis of primary source material such as interviews and captured regime documents.

The study’s authors completed the report after screening more than 600,000 captured documents including several hundred hours of audio and video files archived by U.S. Department of Defense.

Volume 1 [45.90mb, 95 Pages]

Volume 2 [22.96mb, 560 Pages]

Volume 3 [33.89mb, 448 Pages]

Volume 4 [38.68mb, 456 Pages]

Volume 5 [42.63mb, 470 Pages]

 

Other Captured Documents

The following is a list of documents that were captured from Iraq and later translated by the military.

Al-Qa’ida Bylaws

Al-Qa’ida Constitutional Charter

Al-Qa’ida Employment Contract

Al-Qa’ida Goals and Structure

Al-Qa’ida Staff Count Public Appointments

Al Adl Letter

Biography of Ayman Al-Zawahiri

Book by Mustafa Hamid

Call to Jihad Against the Syrian Regime

Camp Acceptance Requirements

Condolence Letter

Criticism of Abu Al-Bara’a

Criticism of Sheikh Bin Baz

A Response to Accusations Against Sheikh Albani

Five Letters to the Africa Corps

Get the Idolaters Out of Arab Island

Interior Organization

Lessons Learned from the Jihad Ordeal in Syria

Letter of Threat to Americans

Letter from Qusay Hussein concerning Kuwaiti POWs being used as human shields – This is a letter from Qusay Saddam Hussein directing the transfer of 448 Kuwaiti prisoners to essential Ministries, radio and television buildings, and Military Industrial Commissions to be used as human shields during the expected US attack on Iraq.

Letter to Pakistani Scholars from bin Laden

Letters from bin Laden

Letter to Aba Khalid from bin Laden

Letter to Mullah Mohammed ‘Omar from bin Laden

A Memo to Sheikh Abu Abdullah

Open Letter to King Fahd from bin Laden

Political Speculation

A Response to Accusations Against Sheikh Albani

Rumors of Iraqi and Saudi volunteers to fight against the US in Afghanistan – Fedayeen Saddam received news of a rumor that 3,000 volunteers from Iraq and Saudi Arabia had traveled to Afghanistan to fight with the Mujahideen against the US. This letter is a request to investigate the rumor to determine whether it is true.

A Short Report on the Trip from Nairobi

Status of Jihad

Thoughts About Security of Principal Squads

Usage of Special Equipment

Various Admin Documents and Questions

 

Captured Documents during Operation Iraqi Freedom – Originals Only – No Translations. Summaries are compliments of Ft. Leavenworth, United States Army

Document: AFGP-2002-000100 – This document contains a flyer addressed to all Arab immigrants. The flyer lists the Islamic Emirate officials’ names that would assist the Arab immigrants in entering the Emirate.

Document: CMPC-2003-001488 – No Summary Provided

Document: CMPC-2003-005934 – The first page of this two-page file contains a list of a number pieces of equipment needed for detonation of explosive materials. It appears that they are giving time schedules for preparation of specific numbers of various devices.

Document: ISGZ-2004-027808 – Correspondence among various governmental offices regarding the French law for funding and financing election campaigns. The original French text of the law translated into Arabic, referring to the rules of the authority to regulate the financing.

Document: ISGZ-2004-028947 – This 2 page document includes a memo from the Iraqi Intelligence Service (IIS)(M6), to all general managers of the departments. It addresses the U.N. inspection team’s intention of uncovering detailed information about departments’ symbols.

Document: CMPC-2003-006430 – This file contains document relevant to the Mukhabarat or Iraqi Intelligence Service (IIS), it explains the structure of the IIS

Document: ISGZ-2004-019920.pdf – 2002 Iraqi Intelligence Correspondence concerning the presence of al-Qaida Members in Iraq. Correspondence between IRS members

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