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The New Iraqi-Coalition

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posted on Jul, 18 2007 @ 11:43 PM


Speaking in Damascus, the spokesmen for the three groups - the 1920 Revolution Brigades, Ansar al-Sunna and Iraqi Hamas - said they planned to hold a congress to launch a united front within the next few weeks and appealed to Arab governments, other governments and the UN to help them establish a permanent political presence outside Iraq.

This is excellent news, the first piece of positive news to come out of Iraq since this illegial massacre was engaged on the innocent people.
Iraqi's, Iraqi's fighting foreign occupiers have come together to renounce the illegial occupation and to being a political process in which a uniformed group consisting of members of different armed factions are coming together to become Iraqi's official leaders.
I couldnt of hoped for anything better, then men and women responsbile for the devestating attacks on the occupying army have understood that together they will achieve something that they never dreamed possible, having Iraq run by iraqi's, for iraqi's.

Seven of the most important Sunni-led insurgent organisations fighting the US occupation in Iraq have agreed to form a public political alliance with the aim of preparing for negotiations in advance of an American withdrawal, their leaders have told the Guardian.

In their first interview with the western media since the US-British invasion of 2003, leaders of three of the insurgent groups - responsible for thousands of attacks against US and Iraqi armed forces and police - made clear that they would continue their armed resistance until all foreign troops were withdrawn from Iraq, and denounced al-Qaida for sectarian killings and suicide bombings against civilians.

Once they are done painting their streets with the blood of the foreign occupier, they will have fought for the respect of regular Iraqi's.
having lived under Saddam, and then under occupation, I truley believe for iraq to have any peace, any prosperity and anything near as positive as a life under Saddam, men like these are the key.

This is whats needed

- Denouncing the foreign Occupiers, and kill / remove them from their lands
- Denounce the foreign occupied puppet government-
- Denounce Alqaeda
- Denounce Civil War

The insurgent groups deny support from any foreign government, including Syria, but claim they have been offered funding and arms from Iran and rejected it because of suspicion of Iranian motives. They say they have been under pressure from Saudi Arabia and Turkey to unite and claimed to have had indirect contacts with France about creating the conditions for establishing a political presence outside Iraq.

If American leaders have any clue as to whats needed to save their own nation, they will openly thank these people and remove their forces.

Praise be to allah, because Iraq just might have a chance at peace.

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 12:35 PM
This is the Iraqi resistance
Their heroism and honour is no suprise. The 1920's Revolutionary brigades is the same group that extended it's hound out to Shia Resistance groups. It is this Unity that the US fears Most of all, hence why they have been trying to create civil war.

From your link agitate.

The aim of the alliance - which includes a range of Islamist and nationalist-leaning groups and is planned to be called the Political Office for the Iraqi Resistance - is to link up with other anti-occupation groups in Iraq to negotiate with the Americans in anticipation of an early US withdrawal. The programme envisages a temporary technocratic government to run the country during a transition period until free elections can be held.

Free elections, it is freedom that they are fighting for. Yes it seems do to the true hearts of the resistance, the future Of Iraq without america is a bright one.

All three Sunni-based resistance leaders say they are acutely aware of the threat posed by sectarian division to the future of Iraq and emphasised the importance of working with Shia groups
Abd al-Rahman al-Zubeidy, political spokesman of Ansar al-Sunna, a salafist (purist Islamic) group with a particularly violent reputation in Iraq ...

"Resistance isn't just about killing Americans without aims or goals. Our people have come to hate al-Qaida, which gives the impression to the outside world that the resistance in Iraq are terrorists. We are against indiscriminate killing, fighting should be concentrated only on the enemy," he said. He added: "A great gap has opened up between Sunni and Shia under the occupation and al-Qaida has contributed to that."

And ansar al Sunnah is supposed to be the most "al Qaedised" and most brutal of all the groups. That goes to show you doesn't it. America is never going to win in Iraq, Even with their CIA false flag games Al Qaeda.

Time to go home and leave the future to those who deserve it most.


Once they are done painting their streets with the blood of the foreign occupier, they will have fought for the respect of regular Iraqi's.


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[edit on 19/7/2007 by Mirthful Me]

posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 03:32 AM
i hope they paint it with some traitor blood to, not just occupier blood. =)

When that happens i'm holding a party, and your invited. There WILL be balloons.

This article doesn't recieve as much attention as it should on this website, which says alot about the ats community.
It's big news.

[edit on 20-7-2007 by Tokyo Rose]

posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 12:38 PM
an extended version of the article here

extended article

" A medical doctor in his late 40s, Abd al-Rahman al-Zubeidy was imprisoned under Saddam Hussein for hiding and treating a friend who had got into a fight with an official from Saddam's Ba'athist regime. He was released in a general amnesty in the run-up to the US-British invasion."

[edit on 20-7-2007 by Tokyo Rose]

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