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WAR: Iraqi insurgents warn of unprecedented attacks

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posted on Oct, 26 2004 @ 04:07 PM
With US warplanes bombing sites in Fallujah daily, and the Iraqi prime minister warning that an all out offensive might be coming soon, Insurgents have released a tape warning that they will fight the attack with "weapons and military tactics they have not experienced before."
Insurgents issued a warning on Tuesday, saying any U.S.-led offensive in Falluja would lead to attacks on Iraqi and coalition troops with "weapons and military tactics they have not experienced before."

On an APTN video monitored by CNN, a masked gunman read a statement promising a counterpunch against U.S., Iraqi and multinational targets throughout Iraq "in the ways and forms of our choosing."

U.S. warplanes regularly have been pounding sites connected to the Abu Musab al-Zarqawi terrorist network for many weeks, and the Iraqi interim government has warned of the possibility of an all-out offensive to oust militants from Falluja, where insurgents are firmly entrenched.

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Is this just posturing by the insurgents, or do they really have more firepower at their disposal that they haven't used yet. A step up in the insurgent attacks on US and other coalition troops will not look good for the Bush administration no matter how you look at it.

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