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But the soldiers from Mobile Exploitation Team Alpha, the American unit tasked with hunting for Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction, ... That life came to an abrupt end after the founding of Israel in 1948 sparked a wave of anti-Semitic laws in Iraq and most of the country's 130,000 Jews fled.

Comprising community records, Jewish books and sacred items belonging to the Baghdadi Jewish community, the archive was discovered on May 6, 2003, when the U.S. Army's Mobile Exploitation Team Alpha raided the headquarters of the Mukhabarat, the Iraqi secret police. The building's basement was ...
I am grateful to the 16 American soldiers from the Mobile Exploitation Team Alpha, who realized the documents were precious, and to the National Archives Preservation Programs, for painstakingly restoring these items. I am horrified, however, that the artifacts are to be “returned” to Iraq next year. The State ...
WASHINGTON — These are not the weapons of mass destruction that the American Mobile Exploitation Team Alpha was seeking in Iraq during the spring of 2003. But the books and manuscripts that the team found in a flooded basement of Saddam Hussein's secret police headquarters — now on display ...
When it comes to watching Universal's "Green Zone," Brian Siefkes is not a disinterested observer. Siefkes served in Iraq and Afghanistan, and was a member of the Army's Mobile Exploitation Team Bravo, which carried out the hunt in Iraq for the highly touted (but ultimately nonexistent) weapons of mass ...


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