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"this is basically an assassination programme. that is what is being conceptualised here. this is a hunter-killer team," said a former senior us intelligence official, who added that he feared the new tactics and enhanced cooperation with israel would only inflame a volatile situation in the middle east. "it is bonkers, insane. here we are - we're already being compared to sharon in the arab world, and we've just confirmed it by bringing in the israelis and setting up assassination teams." "they are being trained by israelis in fort bragg," a well-informed intelligence source in washington said. "some israelis went to iraq as well, not to do training, but for providing consultations." the consultants' visit to iraq was confirmed by another us source who was in contact with american officials there. the pentagon did not return calls seeking comment, but a military planner, brigadier general michael vane, mentioned the cooperation with israel in a letter to army magazine in july about the iraq counter-insurgency campaign. "we recently travelled to israel to glean lessons learned from their counterterrorist operations in urban areas," wrote general vane, deputy chief of staff at the army's training and doctrine command. an israeli official said the idf regularly shared its experience in the west bank and gaza with the us armed forces, but said he could not comment about cooperation in iraq. "when we do activities, the us military attaches in tel aviv are interested. i assume it's the same as the british. that's the way allies work. the special forces come to our people and say, do debrief on an operation we have done," the official said. "does it affect iraq? it's not in our interest or the american interest or in anyone's interest to go into that. it would just fit in with jihadist prejudices." colonel ralph peters, a former army intelligence officer and a critic of pentagon policy in iraq, said yesterday there was nothing wrong with learning lessons wherever possible. "when we turn to anyone for insights, it doesn't mean we blindly accept it," col peters said. "but i think what you're seeing is a new realism. the american tendency is to try to win all the hearts and minds. in iraq, there are just some hearts and minds you can't win. within the bounds of human rights, if you do make an example of certain villages it gets the attention of the others, and attacks have gone down in the area." the new counter-insurgency unit made up of elite troops being put together in the pentagon is called task force 121, new yorker magazine reported in yesterday's edition. one of the planners behind the offensive is a highly controversial figure, whose role is likely to inflame muslim opinion: lieutenant general william "jerry" boykin. in october, there were calls for his resignation after he told a church congregation in oregon that the us was at war with satan, who "wants to destroy us as a christian army". "he's been promoted a rank above his abilities," he said. "some generals are pretty good on battlefield but are disastrous nearer the source of power." special reportiraqguardian bookthe war we could not stop - the real story of the battle for iraq, published by guardian books and faber. buy it from amazon.co.ukchronologyiraq timelineinteractive guidesclick-through graphics on iraqkey documentsfull text of speeches and documentscomment and analysismore comment and analysis on iraqaudio reportsaudio reports on iraqmore special reportspolitics and the waraid for iraqiraq - the media warthe anti-war movementguide to anti-war websites printable version | send it to a friend | save story privacy policy  |  terms & conditions  |  advertising guide  |  a-z index  |  about this sitejoin our dating site todayguardian unlimited © guardian news and media limited 2007
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