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The Iraqi Declaration of Independence

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posted on Dec, 10 2005 @ 01:48 PM
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In defiance of the Bush Colonial Occupation representatives of the Iraqi people have outlined their demands in an historic document.


A "Pact of Honor" proposed by Muqtada al-Sadr has been agreed and signed by major political parties. This is big news, but I am diarising as there appears to be a blackout on reporting it in the Western media.

Think of this document as the Iraqi Declaration of Independence.

Ahmad Chalabi (embezzler, fraudster, counterfeiter, double agent, US Puppet etc.) attended the conference on Thursday and signed the Pact of Honor in person alongside the leaders of almost all other major parties and interests.

The demands subscribed by the signing political representatives include:


a timetable for rapid withdrawal of occupation forces;

elimination of occupation military bases while rebuilding Iraqi military institutions and forces;

removal of legal immunity for occupation troops for acts against civilians and breaches of human rights;

categorical rejection of normalised relations with Israel;

recognition of the legitimacy of resistance to occupation while deploring terrorism against civilians.

Continued....


Who would want any less?

But if I were an Iraqi I would look closely at the fine print seing how Chalabi has his hands in it.




posted on Dec, 10 2005 @ 08:13 PM
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Chalabi is a cut-throat, shrewd politician and efficient swindler.
He is also an Iranian puppet.

In regards to a withdrawal timetable, the US will not set that till the Iraq government says it is ready for the US to leave. Basically, the Iraqi government will set the time of any US timetable for withdrawal. A slight US drawdown of troops will begin after the elections, supposedly.

What I did find interesting were these two points, the first being:


"resistance is a legitimate right of all peoples, but terrorism does not represent legitimate resistance"; "we condemn terrorism and acts of violence, killing, abducting and expulsion aimed at innocent citizens for sectarian reasons";

Interesting that Islamic Muslim Arabs assert such, yet across the 'neighborhood', the occupied resistance forces of the Palestinians, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, etc. practice and deem otherwise. Have you heard the a representative of the Palestinians, the PLO, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, etc. come out and say such, in relation to Israel? Must be a restriction that only applies to Iraq or any where else other than Israel....



And this point:


"to activate the de-Ba'athification law and to consider that the Ba'ath party is a terrorist organization for all the tyranny it brought on the oppressed sons of Iraq, and to speed up the trial of overthrown president Saddam Hussein and the pillars of his regime";

The Ba'ath party is a terrorist organization?
Good call, being it openly supports Zarqawi and Al-Qaeda's activities in Iraq, and elsewhere.





seekerof

[edit on 10-12-2005 by Seekerof]



posted on Dec, 10 2005 @ 11:44 PM
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Interesting that Islamic Muslim Arabs assert such, yet across the 'neighborhood', the occupied resistance forces of the Palestinians, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, etc. practice and deem otherwise. Have you heard the a representative of the Palestinians, the PLO, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, etc. come out and say such, in relation to Israel? Must be a restriction that only applies to Iraq or any where else other than Israel....



Those groups are not targeting Palestinian civilians.

They are targeting Israelies.

The parallel you are trying to draw fails in the light of sympathy for Israelies which is nearly non-existant.



posted on Dec, 11 2005 @ 12:00 AM
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Originally posted by ArchAngel
Those groups are not targeting Palestinian civilians.

Irregardless, the question posed is still relevant.




They are targeting Israelies.

Which proves my point.
Despite Muslims Arabs stating that terrorism (ie: suicide bombings) does not represent legitimate resistance (ie: occupation), despite condemning terrorism and acts of violence, killing, abducting and expulsion aimed at innocent citizens, it is justified against whom: "Israelies."




The parallel you are trying to draw fails in the light of sympathy for Israelies which is nearly non-existant.

Nearly "non-existent" among your kind, perhaps.
Your use of "non-existent" is subjective and based upon the anti-Jew rhetoric that you read and believe. Nothing new here?







seekerof



posted on Dec, 11 2005 @ 12:15 AM
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Which proves my point.
Despite Muslims Arabs stating that terrorism (ie: suicide bombings) does not represent legitimate resistance (ie: occupation), despite condemning terrorism and acts of violence, killing, abducting and expulsion aimed at innocent citizens, it is justified against whom: "Israelies."



It fails to prove anything.

In Iraq the Iraqi people are not responsible for the occupation.

In Palestine the Israeli people are responsible.

Your statement ignores this part of the Declaration of Independence:

categorical rejection of normalised relations with Israel

.....and why must you try to link Israel to everything that happens in Iraq?



posted on Dec, 11 2005 @ 12:20 AM
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Originally posted by ArchAngel.....and why must you try to link Israel to everything that happens in Iraq?


its not hypocracy when jews are bombed eh? you cant see the hypocracy you and these iraqis spew?



posted on Dec, 11 2005 @ 12:27 AM
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agreed and signed by major political parties


Why not publish the list of names of these "major political parties"? Sounds to me like they are making it up since they didn't list the parties who signed.

Is this the guy you are so hyped about?


Muqtada al-Sadr lacks the religious education and degrees required by Shia doctrines, he does not claim the title of mujtahid (the equivalent of a senior religious scholar) or the authority to issue fatwas (religious edicts), consequently he bases his religious authority on his lineage alone.

His relationship with other Shi'a clerics is tense and occasionally (allegedly) violent. He is rumored to be responsible for the 10 April 2003 assassination of Imam Abdul Majid al-Khoei and several other prominent attacks, including the car bombing assassination of rival Shi'a leader Ayatollah Sayed Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim. An Iraqi judge had issued an arrest warrant for al-Sadr on charges relating to the murder of al-Khoei.

Reading his bio, it seems that he is all about murder, and doing anything to gain power. Strange that you would think he is so great a human.





Seeker makes a vaild and compelling point by the way.



posted on Dec, 11 2005 @ 12:28 AM
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Originally posted by ArchAngel
categorical rejection of normalised relations with Israel


And which again, proves my point.
Despite Muslims Arabs stating that terrorism (ie: suicide bombings) does not represent legitimate resistance (ie: occupation), whether in Iraq or in Palestine, despite their condemning terrorism and acts of violence, killing, abducting and expulsion aimed at innocent citizens, it is justified against the exception: "Israelies"?






seekerof



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