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posted on Oct, 13 2004 @ 03:55 PM
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Originally posted by MrNice
Sorry,

I don’t believe one word of what zcheng is spewing here. 320 soldiers in three days is a roughly a COMPANY of soldiers. We couldn’t support those size losses for any length of time. That’s basically 3200 soldiers plus a ton of armor each month. It’s more than the entire Vietnam war’s death rate(around 32K right?). We would certainly hear more about this is western media, French media if nothing else.

I have relatives in the Army and have served as a soldier myself. Everyone I know (Army and Marines) tells me we are wiping the floor with these scumbag Arab fighters. We are only withdrawing to prevent more widespread civilian casualties / rest the troops.


What about the following report from:
www.turkishpress.com...

The number of US soldiers passing through Shannon is expected to exceed last year's total of 125,000 before the end of this month.

While nto conclusive, the figures give some indication of the scale of the continuing US involvement in Iraq.



A spokeswoman for Shannon Airport Authority told AFP that in the nine months to September, 112,803 soldiers on 1,114 flights had passed through the airport.

Most of the flights were going to, or coming from, Iraq or nearby Gulf military installations, with a few also headed to Germany or elsewhere.

This compares to 96,403 soldiers on 1,239 flights from January to December last year -- a period that included the March 2003 invasion of Iraq by US, British and other forces.

Both military and civilian aircraft carrying soldiers are using the airport, and the number of troops on board has been rising in recent months.

The highest monthly figure went through in September, with 22,525 troops stopping off on 150 flights. This followed 14,830 who went through in August and 11,932 in July.


Are they for rotation, replacement, or lots of wounded and killed?

Why need so many soldiers now, if Iraq war is going so well as Bush/Cheney are trying to paint?




posted on Oct, 14 2004 @ 10:27 AM
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My sister in law passed through there 4 times going to Iraq, coming home on leave,returning to Iraq and coming home. So your #'s mean what ?
That it's going to be hard to find a clean bathroom and a good magazine?







Originally posted by zcheng

Originally posted by MrNice
Sorry,

I don’t believe one word of what zcheng is spewing here. 320 soldiers in three days is a roughly a COMPANY of soldiers. We couldn’t support those size losses for any length of time. That’s basically 3200 soldiers plus a ton of armor each month. It’s more than the entire Vietnam war’s death rate(around 32K right?). We would certainly hear more about this is western media, French media if nothing else.

I have relatives in the Army and have served as a soldier myself. Everyone I know (Army and Marines) tells me we are wiping the floor with these scumbag Arab fighters. We are only withdrawing to prevent more widespread civilian casualties / rest the troops.


What about the following report from:
www.turkishpress.com...

The number of US soldiers passing through Shannon is expected to exceed last year's total of 125,000 before the end of this month.

While nto conclusive, the figures give some indication of the scale of the continuing US involvement in Iraq.



A spokeswoman for Shannon Airport Authority told AFP that in the nine months to September, 112,803 soldiers on 1,114 flights had passed through the airport.

Most of the flights were going to, or coming from, Iraq or nearby Gulf military installations, with a few also headed to Germany or elsewhere.

This compares to 96,403 soldiers on 1,239 flights from January to December last year -- a period that included the March 2003 invasion of Iraq by US, British and other forces.

Both military and civilian aircraft carrying soldiers are using the airport, and the number of troops on board has been rising in recent months.

The highest monthly figure went through in September, with 22,525 troops stopping off on 150 flights. This followed 14,830 who went through in August and 11,932 in July.


Are they for rotation, replacement, or lots of wounded and killed?

Why need so many soldiers now, if Iraq war is going so well as Bush/Cheney are trying to paint?





posted on Oct, 16 2004 @ 02:32 PM
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www.albasrah.net
vist link for full story
Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr, member editorial board The Free Arab Voice. www.freearabvoice.org...


Wednesday, 13 October 2004.

Resistance pushes puppet forces out of al-Qa’im on the Syrian Border.
Fighting rages in the city as Resistance forces drive towards area of Hit to link up with forces there and open new fronts.

Iraqi Resistance forces on Wednesday expelled the puppet police and puppet so-called “Iraqi national guard” from the al-‘Ubaydi area 30km east of al-Qa’im, and also from the cemetery in the ar-Rabtah area. The Resistance drove the Iraqi puppet police out of their police station headquarters in the city of al-Qa’im itself and from the al-Karabilah puppet police station 2km east of the city.

By those acts, the Resistance has seized basic control of the city of al-Qa’im and the police districts under its jurisdiction, in a clear escalation of the Resistance efforts in the area. In his dispatch posted at 6:25pm Mecca time (7:25pm local time) the Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent wrote that Resistance forces were moving towards the areas of ‘Anah and Rawa in order to open more fronts in their struggle against the US occupation.


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posted on Oct, 16 2004 @ 02:50 PM
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Originally posted by Apollyon

Are they for rotation, replacement, or lots of wounded and killed?

Why need so many soldiers now, if Iraq war is going so well as Bush/Cheney are trying to paint?


It's not going well it's just going.



posted on Oct, 16 2004 @ 03:09 PM
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Also I have to point out that the islam memo where zcheng gets much of his information from does offer many different things going on in the news that you don't read about form US papers. You can find this to be true with any foreign paper as with the Jerusalem post.

I do not read arabic so I must translate everything which is fine just takes longer. Many of what zcheng says is repeated over and over however you can be sure of this people that you will see a better scope fo the war if yuo go to foreign papers. Sorry to say but our media is controlled like the Russians but instead of government owership it's Republican party kickbacks that control the scene. You can thank your republican senators for the censorship. I love it when they say they hate big government. Really they should say, "I hate it when I don't have control over everything."



posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 12:44 PM
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Saturday, 16 October 2004.


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Twelve US troops killed in al-Qa’im.

Twelve US troops were killed when an Iraqi Resistance car bomb exploded on a public street in the al-Karabilah area near al-Qa’im on the border with Syria at midnight Friday-Saturday. One Humveee and a personnel carrier - both of them loaded with US troops - were destroyed in the attack.

US kills civilians in revenge for bombardment of their camp in al-Qa’im.

The US camp in the Customs area of al-Qa’im was attacked at 3pm Saturday with six mortar rounds. The US forces responded by shelling a residential neighborhood, killing three civilians - two women and a youth - and wounding 10 others.


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posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 12:45 PM
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A concise tally from this report reads as follows for 3 days fighting.There are over 100 attacks a day now on coalition troops.

U.S dead soldiers=236
CIA officers..........=17

Humvess Destroyed=24+(2 disabled)
APCs....................= 8 +(1 disabled)
Bradley F.V...........=10 +(4 disabled)
Tankers................=8
Abrams Tanks.......=6 +(1 disabled)
Armoured vehicles.=2
Apache heicopter =3
Blackhawk Helicop =1



posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 12:47 PM
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Tuesday, 19 October 2004.



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Al-Fallujah and ar-Ramadi Province.

Fourteen US Marines killed in Resistance car bombing in ar-Ramadi.

An Iraqi Resistance car bomb on Tuesday exploded next to a US military column at the eastern approaches to the city of ar-Ramadi, destroying three Humvees, and killing at least 14 US Marines, according to the ar-Ramadi correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam.

Fierce fighting reported in ar-Ramadi.

Exteremely fierce fighting broke out in ar-Ramadi on 1920 Revolution Street and on Shari‘ al-Ma‘arid Exhibition Street in the city, according to the local correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam in a dispatch posted at 5:55pm local time (4:55pm Mecca time).

Four US troops killed in Resistance bomb attack in ar-Ramadi.

Iraqi Resistance bombs exploded under a US patrol early Tuesday morning as it was traveling along the public road near their central office in ar-Ramadi. Two Humvees were destroyed in the blast and four US soldiers killed.


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posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 12:50 PM
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U.S Dead.....................285
CIA Intelligence............ 20

Humvees Destroyed......46
Bradley Fighting Veh......11
Armoured personel carr...8
Trucks..........................13
Abrams Tanks................1

For the last 2 days of fighting Centcom has said there has been No casualties.



posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 03:03 PM
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why not tally your total since starting your "reports". I have close friends in Iraq right now that spend 99% of their time in the Green Zone doing nothing - bored out of their minds. What our media is telling us and what my friends are telling me are two completely different stories. What your "reports" are telling is very similar to the laughable quotes from the former Iraqi Information Minister, al-Sahhaf...

March 22nd
"We counted 19 missiles that landed in a small area of Baghdad."
(Coalition forces claimed that over 300 missiles and bombs hit Baghdad that night)

March 24th
"A small number of peasants - brave peasants - shot down two Apaches"

March 26th
"Americans are now in disarray"

March 27th
"They will try to enter Baghdad, and I think this is where their graveyard will be"
"Their objective is to get to the outskirts of Baghdad. So be it"
"We will see how the issue will turn out when they come to Baghdad."

March 28th
"Iraq will spread them even more and chop them up."

March 29th
"Until now they have refused to do battle with us. They are just going places."

"The Cruise missiles do not frighten anyone. We are catching them like fish in a river."

"...over the past two days, we managed to shoot down 196 missiles before they hit their target."

March 30th
"The Iraqi troops and the Iraqi fighters are in control of all the places, as we have witnessed,
No big change in that. We are fighting against them."

April 2nd
"They've not been able to control any Iraqi city. We're waging war against this snake and we will be victorious."
"They are going to surrender or be burned in their tanks. They will surrender, it is they who will surrender."

April 5th
"The force that was in the airport, this force was destroyed."

April 6th
"Their casualties and bodies are many. Their equipment and vehicles, several were destroyed,"

April 7th
"There is no presence of the American columns in the city of Baghdad at all. We besieged them and we killed most of them."
(With American tanks occupying the Baghdad parade ground, he stood calmly a couple of hundred yards away, on the roof of the Palestine Hotel, to tell reporters that none of this was really happening.)

I think we've found Baghdad Bob's new occupation





link: www.military-quotes.com...



posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 03:54 PM
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Originally posted by rayzor11
why not tally your total since starting your "reports". I have close friends in Iraq right now that spend 99% of their time in the Green Zone doing nothing - bored out of their minds. What our media is telling us and what my friends are telling me are two completely different stories. What your "reports" are telling is very similar to the laughable quotes from the former Iraqi Information Minister, al-Sahhaf...
...
link: www.military-quotes.com...


He is right. US is now in a quagmire and unable to escape.

Do you trust Centcom with No US troops die from hostility in the past 5 days? Although it is admitted to have about 80 attacks a day.

Above information is for those that doubts Centcom truthfully disclosed the loss of US occupation. If you prefer to read Centcom report, there is no need for you see these reports.



posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 09:36 PM
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zcheng you are reading stories that are duplicated. Yes we are being bled and no, U.S. casualty figures are not accurate. You have two goals in this thread zcheng:

Inform readers of the 'real' situation as deemed through your eyes, and

your cultural chinese propaganda of lowering morale.

You are on the wrong forum to attempt winning hearts and minds. As Americans we don't give a rats arse about figures. I can tell you all day long that there are 10,000 bodies out side stacked up like cordwood - what the hell does that mean? It's not like anyone can believe it and even if they did the only people who have a clue to the fighting is the ones over there anyway.

This ain't 60's vietnam with peace, love, and long haired youths running around humping and dropping acid (forgive the pun). This is the millenium baby and the Yankees are not going to the world series.

We still have an overwhelming support of President Bush in our country that should tell you where our hearts and minds are. Go ahead and paste, but man you sure are wasting alot of your time.



posted on Oct, 22 2004 @ 12:09 AM
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Originally posted by vincere7
We still have an overwhelming support of President Bush in our country that should tell you where our hearts and minds are. Go ahead and paste, but man you sure are wasting alot of your time.

You will know yourself better, when you have a mirror. So is for the true reality in Iraq.

With so much trust and support on Bush, you certainly should not waste time on this thread. If you prefer to live in your dream, no one will prevent you. Just think all the above reports are created from vacuum by Hollywood Genius in Iraq, and have a good laugh.

It is not heart mind of US people I need to win. I only wish more US people will know the great peril that those US troops face everyday, and they are dying everyday for the lies engineered by Cheney/Bush and the mass media in US.



posted on Oct, 22 2004 @ 12:32 AM
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Originally posted by zcheng
With so much trust and support on Bush, you certainly should not waste time on this thread. If you prefer to live in your dream, no one will prevent you. Just think all the above reports are created from vacuum by Hollywood Genius in Iraq, and have a good laugh.

It is not heart mind of US people I need to win. I only wish more US people will know the great peril that those US troops face everyday, and they are dying everyday for the lies engineered by Cheney/Bush and the mass media in US.


I never said I support President Bush or his administration. What I did point out is that you don't understand what makes Americans tick. For as many soldiers that fear going to Iraq there are just as many or more that want to fight and do not shirk at a fight. This has nothing to do with Iraq or Cheney oil. It has to do with American balls.

Our boys like to fight. You give em a war and we will kick arse. Thats the whole problem don't give our boys a war unless you want alot of body bags. The motto is not 'lets have peace and security,' it's 'lets break things and kill.'



posted on Oct, 22 2004 @ 12:38 AM
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Originally posted by vincere7
As Americans we don't give a rats arse about figures.... only people who have a clue to the fighting is the ones over there anyway.
We still have an overwhelming support of President Bush in our country that should tell you where our hearts and minds are.

Please don't use "we" when you say something totally disgusting like not giving a rat's arse about figures. Those figures, my war mongering friend are people. Dead People. No we don't still have an overwhelming support of Bush, FYI alot of us think he's a lying chicken hawk. You can't speak for right about 50% of this country at the moment if the polls are any account, and you sure don't speak for me. Zcheng is posting this stuff, I say let the man speak. Hell our own government won't even let us show photographs of coffins to prevent an unfavorable opinion of the war. I think its great you guys are getting a real good taste of the other side of the story. If you really want to see what we are doing over there, do you a google image search of "iraqi children" or "depleted Uranium+fetuses". Regardless of what happenes there we are going to be killing these people for a long long time. Depleted Uranium has a half life you know, a damned long one. You support the war, read your body counts and keep waving that flag. When they come get your kids to fight in it, maybe you can read about them in a future zcheng post eh?








posted on Oct, 22 2004 @ 01:18 AM
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Originally posted by twitchy
Please don't use "we" when you say something totally disgusting like not giving a rat's arse about figures. Those figures, my war mongering friend are people. Dead People. No we don't still have an overwhelming support of Bush,


I understand that twitchy so don't get twitchy. I do not support the Bush administrations policy to go to war in Iraq as I know it was for power, oil, and prestige and it created more terrorists than in Afghanistan over twenty years ago. When I say, 'we,' that means this country - the USA as a whole. And yes sorry to inform you much of the population does not give a rats arse about figures. If we did there would be an overwhelming support to oust Bush but as you notice he still has 50% of the vote which proves Americans are more concerned about the economy and really don't give a crap who we waste in the world just as long as you don't F with us.

With the overwhelming evidence against the administration. Their lies and ties, no one should support Bush, but 50% still do. Why? Were deluded with commercial ads, school, work, business, video games, holidays, birthdays, and busy busy lives. The people who really care are the moms and dads who have kids over there. Some support Bush others don't but they are the ones who really care, but they make a small percentage of the population less than .02%.



posted on Oct, 22 2004 @ 02:26 AM
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I am only going to say this because I saw someone say the US Vietnam losses were 32,000. To justify thier statement Iraq loss rates exceeded that. I don't know if he was trying to include wounded. Its 1100 dead for anybody wanting facts.

I have not seen any others because other people are trying to generate enough facts on both sides to bury Mt Everest, and even I don't have the time to read it all.

Us dead in Vietnam were 50,000 approximately. Enjoy doing your maths and statistical excercises folks.

Heres another one .approx 400,000 US personnel died in WW2.

Make what you want of it.


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posted on Oct, 22 2004 @ 07:30 AM
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Actually in Vietnam those are just deaths. X2 for casualties. It's disrespectful having a death toll without the casualty toll as many young boys who came back to the world were dead or maimed for life.



[edit on 22-10-2004 by vincere7]



posted on Nov, 1 2004 @ 10:02 PM
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Saturday, 30 October 2004.

Al-Fallujah.

Forty US troops reported killed in fighting in al-Fallujah.

The US continued its attacks on al-Fallujah Saturday, striking areas in the city’s east and southeast, specifically the industrial zone and the ash-Shuhada’ neighborhood. US aircraft and tank cannon have bombarded the city. American forces tried to break into the city from the south, but were repulsed by the Resistance, who drove them back across the highway.

Later, US forces contented themselves with bombarding the city, destroying 15 to 20 homes in the ash-Shuhada’ neighborhood.

Resistance forces replied with 120mm and 82mm mortar rounds and with SPG9s, rocket-propelled grenades and C5K rockets.

Fighting raged for some three hours during the day as US troops tried to storm the southern parts of the city. Resistance forces drove them back and also hit US supply lines with three Grad rockets. On the firing line the Resistance fired 60mm and 82mm mortars, RPG7s, SPG9s, C5Ks, and BKCs. Sharpshooters also took part. Three Abrams tanks, one armored personnel carrier, and four Humvees were destroyed. When US forces fled, they left behind seven mortars that were seized by the Resistance. In all some 40 Americans were killed. The Americans tried to land snipers on rooftops in the city, but the Resistance picked them off.

Baghdad.

Major fighting in ar-Ridwaniyah leaves 22 Marines dead, helicopter downed.

Twenty-two US Marines and nine Iraqi Resistance fighters were killed Saturday afternoon at about 3pm in extremely fighting in the ad-Dawlibah area of ar-Ridwaniyah southwest of Baghdad. Resistance fighters fired RPG7 and C5K rockets and BKC automatic weapons, and mortars, destroying two armored Bradley vehicles and another armored car as well as two Humvees. The Resistance also shot down an Apache helicopter with a C5K. The fighting left three civilian houses destroyed and seven civilians martyred.

Four truck drivers killed in Baghdad ambush.

Iraqi Resistance forces attacked and totally destroyed two trucks bringing mineral water to US aggressor troops in the al-‘Adl neighborhood of Baghdad at about 1:30pm Saturday, killing four drivers of unknown nationality.

Two US supply trucks blown up.

Iraqi Resistance bombs exploded at about 9:40am Saturday in Abu Musaysir in the town of Abu Ghurayb, destroying two US supply trucks and killing one Asian driver.

Three American intelligence officers killed in ambush.

Three US intelligence officers were killed Saturday morning when an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded on the highway near the al-Jihad neighborhood of Baghdad, destroying an armored GMC belonging to the US Central Intelligence Agency.

Seven American troops killed in morning ambush in al-Mushahadah.

Seven US troops were killed in al-Mushahadah in Baghdad Saturday morning when an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US patrol, destroying an American Bradley armored vehicle.

Three US troops killed in ambush.

A heavy Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded Saturday afternoon in the al-‘Amil neighborhood of Baghdad, destroying a US Humvee and killing three US troops.

Four US troops killed in tank.

At 2:45pm Saturday Iraqi Resistance forces detonated an extremely heavy bomb under a US Abrams tank in at-Tarimiyah north of Baghdad, blowing the turret off the tank and killing four US troops.

Seven US troops die in Resistance ambush in Salman Bak.

At 2:30pm Saturday Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a US patrol with C5K and RPG7 rockets in the Salman Bak area south of Baghdad, destroying two Humvees and killing seven US troops.

Resistance car bomb in as-Saqlawiyah kills six US troops Saturday afternoon.

At 4pm Saturday an Iraqi Resistance car bomb exploded near the gasoline station east of the city of as-Saqlawiyah west of Baghdad, killing six US troops and destroying one Humvee and disabling another. Five American troops in the disabled Humvee were wounded in varying degrees of severity.

The US troops were on a foot patrol according to the local correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam who said that they were far from their base when the Resistance car bomber struck them. The troops were not hit directly however, and as a result the casualties were fewer than they might otherwise have been.

High ranking US officer killed in ambush in ar-Ridwaniyah.

Two Iraqi Resistance bombs exploded in ar-Ridwaniyah area near Baghdad at about sunset Saturday, destroying a command Humvee and killing four US troops including one officer named Stewart based in at-Tallah.

Fierce fighting in al-A‘zamiyah leaves reported 14 American troops dead.

At 3:40pm Saturday Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a US force with five RPG7 rockets in the al-A‘zamiyah area of Baghdad, destroying two Bradley armored vehicles and three Humvees and killing 11 US troops on the vehicles and three who were on foot. Three Iraqi Resistance fighters were wounded in the combat, two moderately and one seriously. One witness said the later fighter died. Two Iraqi civilian women who were passing by were killed and three other civilians wounded when US indiscriminate gunfire cut them down.

Four US troops killed in ar-Ridwaniyah.

Four US troops were killed in ar-Ridwaniyah at about 2:30pm Saturday afternoon when an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded, destroying their Humvee.

Three US soldiers, one Iraqi translator killed in Baghdad bombing.

Three US troops and one Iraqi collaborator working as a translator wee killed when an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded at about 4pm Saturday afternoon in the ash-Shurtah al-Khamisah neighborhood of Baghdad, destroying their Humvee.

Four US troops killed, one wounded east of Baghdad.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded in the Sulayman area east of Baghdad at about 8am Saturday, killing four US troops and seriously wounding one other.

Five American soldiers killed in Abu Ghurayb ambush.

Five US troops were killed when an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded as a US patrol was passing through Abu Ghurayb at about 3pm Saturday afternoon. Resistance fighters then opened fire with RPG7 rockets, destroying a US supply truck and an escort Humvee.

Resistance inflicts casualties on US jailers in Abu Ghurayb.

Iraqi Resistance forces fired an 82mm mortar barrage at the US forces in Abu Ghurayb prison camp at 1pm Saturday. There were casualties, because three US helicopters were observed evacuating dead and wounded.

Five American troops killed in Abu Ghurayb bombing.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded in the al-Kharnabat area of Abu Ghurayb at about 8:45am Saturday, destroying an American armored vehicle and killing five US troops.

Five American troops killed in al-Ghazaliyah.

Three Iraqi Resistance bombs exploded under a US patrol in al-Ghazaliyah, destroying three Humvees and one supply truck and killing five US troops.

Three American intelligence officers killed in as-Sayyidiyah ar-Raqi.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US GMC vehicle in the as-Sayyidiyah ar-Raqi neighborhood at exactly 2pm Saturday, destroying the GMC and killing three US intelligence officers.

Three American troops killed in ad-Durah.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US patrol near Hur Rajab in the ad-Durah area in Baghdad’s southern suburbs, destroying a Humvee and killing three and wounding one of the US troops aboard it.

Resistance bomb kills three US troops in ad-Durah.

Three US troops were killed and two others wounded when an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded in the ‘Arab Jabbur area of ad-Durah in Baghdad’s southern suburbs at about 5pm Saturday afternoon.

Three Americans killed in ar-Rushdiyah.

A heavy Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded at about 3pm Saturday afternoon on the highway in ar-Rushdiyah area, blowing up a US armored vehicle and killing the three troops aboard.

Seven Badr Brigade gunmen killed.

Iraqi Resistance forces attacked two Nissan vehicles belonging to the Shi‘i chauvinist Badr Brigades militia on Hayfa Street in Baghdad, killing seven of the collaborator gunmen.

Al-Latifiyah.

Five US Marines killed.

Five US Marines were killed at 10:15am Saturday morning when an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded next to a bridge in al-Latifiyah as a US patrol was passing, destroying one Humvee and disabling a second.

Balad – Salah ad-Din Province.

One US soldier killed, two wounded in attack.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded as a US Humvee was passing through the al-Hamra’ area in Salah ad-Din Province, killing one US soldier and moderately wounding two others at about 2pm Saturday.

Supply drivers captured in ambush on convoy.

At about 2:30pm Saturday Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a US supply convoy north of Balad, destroying two provisions trucks with bombs and killing one American. Three others – two Americans and one Asian – were captured from the convoy.

Southern Iraq.

Four Danes killed, one captured in Safwan.

Four Danish aggressor troops were killed and a fifth captured by the Resistance in Safwan, southern Iraq at about 8:10pm when Resistance forces attacked an aggressor column of Danish Landrovers and two Japanese tanks on the road in Safwan.

Resistance forces attacked the rear of the column, splitting it in two and cutting off eight Landrovers and one Japanese armored vehicle. Tow Landrovers were destroyed, four Danes killed, tow others seriously wounded, as was one Japanese. One Dane was taken prisoner.

Eyewitnesses reported that although the Japanese armored vehicles were there to protect the Danes, they were the first to flee. The Resistance concentrated their fire on them but they raced away, first to the east, then to the north to catch up to the first part of the split column, which had proceeded after the attack began, leaving the rear on its own.

Bombardments throughout Iraq.

At 2am Iraqi Resistance forces fired thirteen 82mm mortar rounds into the US base at the former Iraqi Meat company near the as-Suqur base south of Baghdad.

At 7:30am Iraqi Resistance forces fired five 82mm mortar rounds into the US base at as-Suqur base south of Baghdad.

At about 9am Iraqi Resistance forces fired two Grad rockets at the US base in Balad.

At about 9am Iraqi Resistance forces fired seven Katyusha rockets into the US base at the former Iraqi Meat company near the as-Suqur base south of Baghdad.

Iraqi Resistance forces fired six 82mm mortar rounds into the US occupation headquarters in the Republican Palace compound, known to the American invaders as the “green zone.”

At 8am Iraqi Resistance forces bombarded the camp of the puppet so-called “Iraqi national guard” at at-Taji with three 120mm mortar rounds.

At 3:15pm Iraqi Resistance forces fired two Katyusha rockets into the US base north of Tirkrit.

At 5pm Iraqi Resistance forces fired seven 82mm mortar rounds into the US airbase at al-Muthanna in Baghdad sending smoke into the sky.

At 6pm Iraqi Resistance forces fired two Grad rockets into the US as-Suqur base south of Baghdad.

At about 6pm Iraqi Resistance forces fired four Katyusha rockets into the US fodd supply facility near the as-Suqur base south of Baghdad.

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Sunday, 31 October 2004.

Al-Fallujah – ar-Ramadi.

Fierce fighting rages Sunday night in ar-Ramadi.

Extremely fierce fighting broke out in ar-Ramadi city shortly before sunset Sunday and affected many areas of ar-Ramadi – around the ar-Ramadi Mosque, on 17 and 20 Streets, the al-Mal‘ab Street, ar-Rusiyin Street and out to the as-Sufiyah, al-Fajjariyah, al-Jazirah al-Bu Dhib areas and the industrial zone. Resistance fighters used a variety of weapons, including SPG9s, RPG7s, C5Ks and BKCs as well as light arms, machine guns, and hand grenades.

More than 45 US troops were reported killed according to the local correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam, and several US armored vehicles were destroyed. Five Humvees were destroyed throughout the city. US losses were sufficient to prompt American commanders to call in 2,000 more men.

Resistance shoots down US F-16 fighterbomber, captures pilot Saturday evening.

In a report posted at 5:15pm Mecca time Sunday, the Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent in al-Fallujah reported that on Saturday evening, Iraqi Resistance fighters opened fire with a four-barreled Dimitrov anti-aircraft weapon on a US F-16 fighter bomber, striking it at its base and setting its tail ablaze. The plane crashed in pieces near an-Nu‘aymiyah south of al-Fallujah. The local Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent reported that the pilot managed to bail out before the crash, and that local residents had reported that he had been captured. US ground troops launched a major search for the pilot but were unable to locate him.

Residents of the city leave in the face of US genocidal bombardment.

US forces shelled the ash-Shuhada’ and al-‘Askari neighborhoods and the industrial zone of al-Fallujah prompting many local residents to leave the city. The Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent in the city reported that more than 120 residents had gathered in front of the Sharhabil ibn Hasanah School in the Abu Sudayrah village 8km north of the city. There they told the correspondent of their fears of continuous US bombings and shellings of residential neighborhoods, carried out on the groundless pretext that they are striking “terrorist hide outs.

US renews bombardment Sunday night.

Sunday evening US forces renewed their bombardment of al-Fallujah, shelling the al-Jaghifi neighborhood in the north of the city and the al-‘Askari neighborhood in its eastern parts. US aircraft, tanks, and mortars were blasting the city, as Resistance fighters returned fire in an engagement that was still under way when the Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent posted his report at 11:40pm Sunday night local time (10:40pm Mecca time.)

Two F-16s bombarded al-Fallujah late into Sunday night. One plane struck the al-Jaghifi neighborhood, the other hit the al-Mu‘allimin neighborhood in the north of the city. The bombing, which was still under way when the Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent submitted his report posted at 2:30am Monday, local time (1:30am Mecca time) also involved US tanks. Resistance fighters shouting Allahu Akbar! were firing back with 60mm, 82mm, 120mm mortars at the tanks.

New US atrocity on the road to al-Fallujah.

US forces opened fire on an Iraqi cabdriver by the name of Hashim Khalaf Isma‘il al-Mashhadani in his taxi on Sunday night as he headed along the road to al-Fallujah.

As he was proceeding along the road, al-Mashhadani ran into a new US checkpoint in the ash-Shukr area north of al-Fallujah, a checkpoint that he did not know was there. Without looking, US troops opened fire on the taxi, striking al-Mashhadani directly. Despite his wounds the driver did not die immediately. American troops, however, left him to bleed to death, preventing local people from helping him until he died a half an hour after the shooting.

Al-Mashhadani’s family – i.e., his wife, two sons, and two daughters, who were with him in the car, survived the American attack. The local correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam reported that al-Mashhadani was a resident of ar-Ramadi where he was regularly employed by the Customs Department.

Baghdad.

Fierce fighting on Hayfa Street.

Fourteen US troops were reported killed in a bloody battle on Hayfa Street in Baghdad’s al-Karakh district. Resistance forces opened fire with anti-tank RPG7 rockets at around 8am Sunday, and struck US Humvees and small armored vehicles with C5K rockets as well. Resistance sharpshooters also took part in the battle. The Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent on Hayfa Street reported that US troops were, nevertheless able to storm the street and captured 40 Iraqi civilians. US snipers also shot and killed eight Iraqi Resistance fighters.

Twenty US troops said killed in al-Khalidiyah ambush.

Twenty US troops were reported killed at 9am Sunday in al-Khalidiyah when Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a US column of three Humvees carrying nine US troops accompanied by 11 soldiers on foot. Resistance fighters opened fire with SPG9, C5K, and RPG7 rockets.

Resistance sows panic among US troops in as-Saqlawiyah base.

Iraqi Resistance forces fired a Katyusha rocket into a gathering of US troops inside their base at as-Saqlawiyah, panicking the American soldiers, and sending dozens of them fleeing outside the base. The local correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that for two hours the US troops remained outside their base, for fear of resumed rocket attacks.

Two US troops killed, two wounded in ar-Ridwaniyah bombing.

At 10am Sunday a heavy Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded in ar-Ridwaniyah southwest of Baghdad, destroying one US Bradley armored vehicle and killing two US troops and wounding two others.

Two Marines die in Resistance ambush west of Baghdad Sunday morning.

Iraqi Resistance forces fired RPG7 rockets at a US supply convoy loaded with military equipment and provisions west of Baghdad, destroying one truck and killing two US Marines at about 8:15am Sunday morning.

Four American soldiers killed, one wounded in bombing in ar-Rashidiyah.

Four US troops were killed and one other wounded when an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded in the ar-Rashidiyah area of Baghdad, destroying a Humvee at about 9am Sunday.

Four US troops killed in bomb attack at Salman Bak.

A very powerful Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US patrol in the Salman Bak area south of Baghdad at about 8:30am Sunday morning, blowing a US Bradley armored vehicle in two and killing four American soldiers.

Seven US troops killed in ad-Durah Sunday morning.

Seven US troops were killed when a heavy Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US patrol in the ad-Durah area of Baghdad’s southern suburbs at about 8am Sunday morning. The blast damaged a US Bradley armored vehicle. Resistance forces then attacked with C5K rockets setting the vehicle completely ablaze. They then fired two RPG7 anti-tank grenades, destroying a Humvee.

Two killed in Iraqi Resistance ambush of US supply convoy in ar-Ridwaniyah.

Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a US supply convoy on the highway in ar-Ridwaniyah at about 8:20am Sunday, firing RPG7 rockets at the cab and cargo area of a white supply truck loaded with provisions. The Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent in the area reported that the truck was destroyed and two persons aboard it killed.

Resistance bomb kills two US troops in al-Hurriyah ad-Dawli‘i.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded as a US patrol was passing through the al-Hurriyah ad-Dawli‘i area north of Baghdad at 9am Sunday, killing two US troops and wounding a third.

Salah ad-Din Province.

Five US troops killed in morning bomb attack.

At 9:30am Sunday morning three Iraqi Resistance bombs exploded under a US patrolin the area between Balad and Dujayl, north of Baghdad, totally destroying two Humvees and killing five US troops. (Some sources said seven Americans were killed in the attack.

Al-Hillah and the south.

Resistance pounds two US bases for 24 hours

Iraqi Resistance forces bombarded the US base between al-Hillah and al-Mahawil and the base near al-Mahmudiyah south of Baghdad with powerful Tariq rockets, Grad rockets, and mortar rounds in bombardments that continued almost uninterruptedly for 24 hours.

Two Danish troops killed in Sunday night ambush.

Two Danish aggressor troops were killed and two Landrover vehicles destroyed when the al-Faruq Brigades of the Iraqi Resistance attacked a Danish invader patrol on the Safwan military road in southern Iraq at about 10:30pm Sunday night. The Resistance fighters fired RPG7s and BKCs and detonated bombs.

Al-Basrah.

Collaborator Death Squad leader assassinated.

Iraqi Resistance fighters assassinated ‘Abd al-Hayy Kazim a top official in the Shi‘i chauvinist collaborationist Da‘wah Party in al-Basrah. The Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent in al-Basrah reported that the Resistance struck in the 5 Mile area south of the city, opening fire on Kazim as he headed to work

The correspondent writes that Kazim was a prominent member of the Da‘wah Party’s death squad branch, that assassinated numerous supporters of the Iraqi Resistance.

Bombardments throughout Iraq on Sunday.

At 6am Sunday Iraqi Resistance forces fired five Katyusha rockets into the US as-Suqur base south of Baghdad.

At 7am Sunday Iraqi Resistance forces fired two Katyusha rockets into the headquarters of the US occupation in Baghdad, the Republican Palace compound, known to the US invaders as the “green zone.”

At 7:45am Iraqi Resistance forces fired two Katyusha rockets into al-Muthanna air base in Baghdad.

At 8am Iraqi Resistance forces fired four Katyusha rockets into al-Muthanna air base in Baghdad.

Resistance forces fired 12 various rockets - Grad, Katyusha, C5K, and other rockets and mortar shells – on British forces in their base north of al-Musayyib and south of al-‘Amiriyah. Resistance forces are particularly eager to target British troops now that they are moving out from their centers in al-Basrah to aid the US assaults on al-Fallujah.

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posted on Nov, 2 2004 @ 05:13 AM
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Still posting this crapola, is this all you post these days ?
It seems the claims are getting more outlandish everyday - you really would have to be a dope to believe this.

It is worth a good laugh though, reminds me of the Iraqi information minister.



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