Iraq War Quiz — the questions are pretty scary:

10. Colin Powell cited as evidence of an Iraq-Al Qaeda link an audiotape from bin Laden in which he called Saddam Hussein and his Baath Party regime “infidels.” Which of the following is more compelling evidence?

a. An FBI official told the New York Times: “We’ve been looking at this hard for more than a year and you know what, we just don’t think it’s there.”
b. According to a classified British intelligence report seen by BBC News, “There are no current links between the Iraqi regime and the al-Qaeda network.”
c. According to Rohan Gunaratna, author of Inside Al Qaeda: Global Network of Terror, “Since U.S. intervention in Afghanistan in October 2001, I have examined several tens of thousands of documents recovered from Al Qaeda and Taliban sources. In addition to listening to 240 tapes taken from Al  Qaeda’s central registry, I debriefed several Al Qaeda and Taliban detainees. I could find no evidence of links between Iraq and Al Qaeda.”
d. All of the above.

The answers come with citing footnotes. From RobotWisdom