William Saletan finally has the real goods on Iraq. We may not be able to find any weapons of mass destruction, but by advocating terrorist attacks, Iraq has clearly violated UNSC resolution 687, the cease fire that ended the Gulf War. Of course, one wonders whether Iraq is still bound by that resolution given that the cease fire pretty obviously ended as soon as we invaded. In any case, Iraq’s demands for terrorist attacks against the nations arrayed against them are craven and pathetic. Most importantly, I don’t think they matter. The terrorists are going to terrorize regardless of what Iraq’s government asks them to do, and attempts to intimidate the United States are sure to fail.