November 13, 2002

Loss of water pressure in DC as chickenhawks simultaneously flush
Iraq, facing a Friday deadline and the threat of war, has accepted the new U.N. resolution that will return weapons inspectors to the country after nearly four years. "We are prepared to receive the inspectors within the assigned timetable," Ambassador Al-Douri said. "We are eager to see them perform their duties in accordance with international law as soon as possible."

In the letter, Iraq reiterates that it has no weapons of mass destruction. "We explained in the letter the whole Iraqi position saying that Iraq ... has not and will not have any mass destruction weapons, so we are not worried about the inspectors when they will be back."

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