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  • Libi was then described as the number-three man in the al-Qaeda hierarchy, perhaps the most dangerous job in the world, given that the half-dozen or so men who had occupied that position since 9/11 have ended up in prison or dead.

    The Longest War

  • Libi was then described as the number-three man in the al-Qaeda hierarchy, perhaps the most dangerous job in the world, given that the half-dozen or so men who had occupied that position since 9/11 have ended up in prison or dead.

    The Longest War

  • Libi was then described as the number-three man in the al-Qaeda hierarchy, perhaps the most dangerous job in the world, given that the half-dozen or so men who had occupied that position since 9/11 have ended up in prison or dead.

    The Longest War

  • Libi was then described as the number-three man in the al-Qaeda hierarchy, perhaps the most dangerous job in the world, given that the half-dozen or so men who had occupied that position since 9/11 have ended up in prison or dead.

    The Longest War

  • Douglas Feith, the number-three official at the Pentagon and a longtime neoconservative advocate of overthrowing the Iraqi dictator, was flying back from Europe the day of the attacks with a group of senior Pentagon officials.

    The Longest War

  • Douglas Feith, the number-three official in the Pentagon, also remembers that there was no military plan ready for attacking al-Qaeda or overthrowing the Taliban.

    The Longest War

  • Douglas Feith, the number-three official at the Pentagon and a longtime neoconservative advocate of overthrowing the Iraqi dictator, was flying back from Europe the day of the attacks with a group of senior Pentagon officials.

    The Longest War

  • A few weeks after 9/11, Mike Maloof, a Defense Department official who specialized in high-tech export controls, was asked by Douglas Feith, the number-three official at the Pentagon, to investigate the exact nature of the supposed Iraq–al-Qaeda connection.

    The Longest War

  • Douglas Feith, the number-three official in the Pentagon, also remembers that there was no military plan ready for attacking al-Qaeda or overthrowing the Taliban.

    The Longest War

  • A few weeks after 9/11, Mike Maloof, a Defense Department official who specialized in high-tech export controls, was asked by Douglas Feith, the number-three official at the Pentagon, to investigate the exact nature of the supposed Iraq–al-Qaeda connection.

    The Longest War

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