Fwd: [arab_nationalist] Iraqi Resistance Report: 25 - 27 March 2004.
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> Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Thursday, 25 March 2004,__________________________________
> through Saturday, 27 March 2004. Translated and/or compiled by
> Muhammad Abu Nasr, member, editorial board, the Free Arab Voice.
> Resistance bomb kills one, wounds two more US aggressor troops.
> An explosive device planted by the Iraqi Resistance blew up near a US
> military patrol on Thursday, killing one US invader soldier and
> wounding two others northeast of Baghdad. According to al-Jazeera
> TV, a US military occupation spokesman said that the bomb exploded at
> about 8:25am local time in the town of Ba`qubah, 65km northeast of
> the Iraqi capital.
> Resistance gunbattle with US invaders leaves one American dead, one
> Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a US aggressor patrol north of the
> Iraqi capital on Wednesday sparking a fire fight with the invaders
> that left one US soldier dead and another wounded. The deputy
> director of operations for the US occupation forces, General Mark
> Kimmitt, said on Thursday that the fighting took place near the town
> of at-Taji, about 12 miles north of Baghdad.
> Resistance kills one US Marine, wounds two others in ambush east of
> The Iraqi Resistance delivered a stunning strike on a US Marine
> convoy east of al-Fallujah on Thursday. Detonating explosives and
> firing automatic weapons and armor-piercing rocket-propelled
> grenades, the Resistance left one Marine invader dead and two others
> wounded, according to an admission by US occupation spokesmen.
> With this attack, a total of three US soldiers were listed as killed
> and five others wounded in a 24-hour period, according to official US
> military occupation reports.
> Iraqi Resistance detonates bomb inside an oil well, greatly
> disrupting oil theft by the occupation.
> Iraqi Resistance forces blasted an oil well that feeds the main oil
> pipeline in Iraq, 70km west of the city of Kirkuk on Thursday. `Adil
> Qazzaz an official in the Oil of the North company told Agence France
> Presse (AFP) "the fire that ignited in the oil well after an
> explosion was the result of an explosive device."
> He said that the blast caused great damage and that fire fighters are
> battling the blaze with difficult because the explosion took place
> within the oil well itself. He said that getting the fire under
> control would take two days.
> Ghazi at-Talibani, a security official with the Oil of the North
> Company also told the German Press Agency that the explosion resulted
> from an explosive device planted within the well itself. At-Talibani
> said, "The explosion has greatly disrupted the company's production."
> Qazzaz commented that "part of the output of this well is exported
> via the pipeline that goes to the port of Ceyhan in Turkey on the
> Mediterranean Sea. The rest of the output goes to cover the
> requirements of the domestic market."
> Four collaborators die in hail of Resistance gunfire.
> Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a car carrying Iraqi collaborators
> who were employed by the US occupation forces on Thursday in at-
> Ta'mim neighborhood, in the east of Mosul. Four collaborators were
> killed and one other was seriously wounded in the Resistance attack.
> American invaders kill four civilians, wound six others, including
> women and children.
> US aggressor forces shelled and raided the village of al-Mulahimah,
> south of ar-Ramadi, killing four Iraqi civilians, including two women
> and child, and wounding six others. Al-Jazeera TV reported
> eyewitnesses as saying that the indiscriminate shooting by the
> American invaders destroyed several homes. In addition, the US
> occupation troops took 14 Iraqis prisoner before sealing off the
> The witnesses reported that the four Iraqi civilians who were killed
> included one man, two women, and a two-year-old child. All died in
> an American operation during the night of Wednesday to Thursday. One
> witness said that four other children were also wounded in the
> operation during which US aggressor forces invaded the village in
> search of "suspects" and arrested 14 persons.
> Academic accuses Mossad of assassination of Iraqi professors,
> The Chairwoman of the Center for Palestinian Studies at Baghdad
> University, Dr. Huda an-Nu`aymi, has charged that about 100
> university professors have been assassinated in Iraq since the Anglo-
> American occupation began. In addition about 1,000 others have left
> the country.
> Speaking in Amman, Jordan, an-Nu`aymi accused the Zionist Mossad of
> liquidating Iraqi religious leaders. "Israeli" infiltration into
> Iraq has recently increased sharply as they use the medium of private
> investment companies in the Maysan area."
> An-Nu`aymi was taking part in a conference on the situation of Iraqi
> women under the US occupation that began Wednesday in the Jordanian
> capital. According to the Saudi Press Agency WAS, she disclosed
> stories of the kidnapping of Iraqi girls and of assaults by US
> occupation troops on women prisoners in the concentration camps
> operated by the invaders. She disclosed violations of human rights
> and explained that women are taken hostage by the US aggressors in an
> effort to make family members turn in the woman's husband, brother,
> or son. In many cases these women themselves are assaulted in
> various ways. The US invader troops also steal the Iraqis' gold
> An-Nu`aymi said that America's talk about democracy, freedom, and
> human rights for Iraqis is for domestic US consumption only.
> Meanwhile no one knows the fate of the oil being plundered by the US
> Friday, 26 March 2004.
> Iraqi Resistance battles US invaders in al-Fallujah. One US Marine
> aggressor killed, others injured. US invaders kill 9 Iraqis, wound
> Iraqi Resistance fighters killed one US Marine and wounded a number
> of others in several hours of bloody battles in streets and lanes of
> the town of al-Fallujah on Friday.
> Nine Iraqis, including three children and an Iraqi cameraman working
> for ABC News, were gunned down and 30 others wounded by US aggressor
> forces who opened fire as they raided the al-`Askari neighborhood in
> the town of al-Fallujah, 60km west of Baghdad.
> The battle reportedly began when Resistance fighters attacked US
> invader forces in the area with rocket-propelled grenades and bombs,
> destroying several US military vehicles. The US invaders then
> concentrated themselves in the al-`Askari and as-Sina`i neighborhoods
> where they opened fire indiscriminately on the citizens in an effort
> to get them off the streets so they could raid their houses.
> Witnesses said that a shop owner, a customer, and two bystanders were
> killed in the American assault. The random American gunfire caused
> most of the Iraqi civilian casualties, although the cameraman was
> killed later when US invaders fired on journalists trying to get a
> view of the battle.
> The US invaders closed off the area and began to carry out house-to-
> house raids. The Americans called on the local people through
> loudspeakers and leaflets to hand over or inform on individuals whom
> the aggressors called "terrorists." Dead and wounded Iraqis were
> carried to the city hospital, as the US forces closed the entrances
> and exits to the city, blocking reporters from getting into al-
> But then the Iraqi Resistance counter attacked and the journalists
> could hear the intermittent sound of explosions and the report of
> heavy weapons fire. Iraqi Resistance fighters, their faces covered
> in kuffiyehs, clashed with the US invaders, pounding them with
> explosive devices and mortars and firing rocket-propelled grenades
> and assault rifles.
> US invaders fire on reporters covering raid on al-Fallujah, kill ABC
> Medical sources and eyewitnesses have informed Agence France Presse
> (AFP) that an Iraqi photographer was shot to death with a bullet
> wound to the forehead when US occupation troops opened fire on
> journalists during a raid on al-Fallujah on Friday. Dr. Muhannad as-
> Samara'i, a physician in al-Fallujah General Hospital, said that an
> ABC news photographer by the name of Burhan Muhammad al-Luhaybi, was
> killed by a gunshot to the forehead. Dr. Muhammad al-Kubaysi,
> another Iraqi doctor, said, "the bullet that killed the Iraqi
> photographer, as is usual with us, came out of the weapon of an
> American soldier."
> AFP correspondents and eyewitnesses said that al-Luhaybi was standing
> among a group of journalists who were covering the clashes in al-
> Fallujah when the US occupation forces opened fire upon them.
> An AFP reporter said "we told him to stay back but he insisted on
> advancing to get clearer pictures of the battle. It was then that
> the US forces opened fire on us and mortally wounded him."
> Resistance detonates oil pipeline in southern Iraq.
> Iraqi Resistance forces set a secondary oil pipeline ablaze in the
> ash-Sha`biyah district near al-Basrah in southern Iraq � a pipeline
> through which Iraqi oil is exported by the occupation regime.
> US invaders desecrate Muslim cemetery "searching for hidden weapons."
> US occupation forces have raided a cemetery in al-Karakh district of
> Baghdad on the pretext that there might be arms hidden there,
> according to the Qatari News Agency Qana. Eyewitnesses said on
> Friday that American occupation forces cordoned off the cemetery and
> the Mosque of Shaykh Ma`ruf al-Karakhi on Thursday � Friday night and
> dug up the graves of the dead, claiming that weapons might have been
> hidden there.
> US aggressor forces also used tanks to seal off al-`Amiriyah district
> south west of Baghdad on Thursday � Friday night where they carried
> out an extensive wave of arrests, cutting the main highway in the
> Resistance kills four Iraqi puppet security troops.
> Iraqi Resistance fighters killed four members of the puppet Iraqi
> security forces on Friday during a raid on the town of Tikrit.
> Reuters reported the US military as saying that four members of the
> puppet so-called Iraqi civil defense forces were wounded in the
> attack that took place at around 4:00am. The US military claimed
> that three Iraqi Resistance fighters were also martyred.
> Afterward the US aggressors arrested 21 Iraqis.
> US Marine helicopters attacked near Syrian border.
> The US defense department has confirmed that Resistance forces near
> the Iraqi-Syrian border fired at two US Marine aggressor helicopters
> on Wednesday. The American invader aircraft fired returned fire and
> A communiqu� quoted by CNN reported that the two helicopters were
> providing support for US aggressor ground forces in northern Iraq
> when they were targeted by light weapons fire and rocket-propelled
> grenades from within Syrian territory, according to the American
> The US communiqu� did not indicate whether the source of the weapons
> fire might have been Syrian border guards or other parties in the
> US military officials discussed the incident with the Iraqi puppet
> border guards who contacted the Syrian border guards. US officials
> say that they are still investigating the incident in the hopes of
> avoiding similar incidents in the future.
> Resistance circulates laser disks warning collaborators.
> Computer laser disks containing films of Iraqi Resistance operations
> and pictures of members of the Resistance telling about their
> principles, goals, and the conditions that impelled them to carry out
> guerrilla operations against the occupation are being widely
> circulated in occupied Baghdad. Some of the laser disks contain
> recorded messages of warning issued by men with their faces covered
> against those who collaborate with the occupation forces.
> Dar al-Khalij reports that some Baghdad families have said that they
> acquired the disks thinking they contained variety shows, feature
> films, or cooking lessons, but when they were turned on they proved
> to contain images of individuals with their faces covered issuing
> warnings to Iraqis against cooperating with the Americans. The say
> that the fire of the Resistance will never be put out until the last
> foreign soldier leaves Iraqi territory.
> Land mine in Muntazzah, near Kirkuk kills two Iraqis, wounds 14.
> A land mine exploded in Muntazzah, near Kirkuk on Friday, killing two
> Iraqis and wounding 14. The puppet police commander in the area said
> that most of the wounded had suffered severe injuries. He said that
> the land mine was probably stray ordnance from the Army of the
> Republic of Iraq.
> Special Reports: Women and Men in the dungeons of the occupation.
> Report on ghastly treatment of women prisoners of the US occupation.
> Ms. Eman Khammas, head of the International Occupation Watch Center
> in Baghdad, maintains that it is difficult to ascertain the true
> number of women prisoners in the occupation's prisons. She points out
> that the US occupation authorities refuse to discuss the matter, that
> women prisoners' families are fearful, and that there are other
> factors as well.
> She affirmed, however, in an interview with al-Jazeera, that there
> were 625 women prisoners in ar-Rusafah prison and 750 other women
> prisoners in al-Kazimah, as of last December.
> The women prisoners held on security charges range in age from girls
> of twelve to women in their sixties. Khammas explained that human
> rights organizations face extreme difficulties in trying to obtain
> information on the conditions in which the women are being held.
> Unlike prisoners held on criminal charges, the location of political
> prisoners is not disclosed by the occupation authorities.
> Political prisoners � or security prisoners, as the occupation calls
> them � have no right to retain lawyers for their defense, nor does
> anyone else have the right to defend them or to follow their cases.
> Women are frequently imprisoned in order to get their wanted male
> relatives to give themselves up, just as men are often in some cases
> arrested in order to force a fugitive to surrender himself. There
> are thousands of people imprisoned solely to put pressure on
> relatives. There are also thousands who have been arrested on
> nothing but slight suspicions, or in cases of mistaken identity where
> they are mistaken for a wanted person because they share the same
> name, residence, or have a physical resemblance to them.
> Khammas noted that the occupation troops' arrests of Iraqis are
> indiscriminate and collective and that most are carried out without
> supervision, so that in most cases they get the address wrong and
> therefore the person arrested is not the person they intended to
> arrest. In other cases the persons arrested are taken with the
> intention of trading them for the wanted person.
> Denunciations play a big role in the arrests, says Khammas. She
> notes that there is no authority in the country with recognized
> legitimacy, nor is there the desired security in the country and with
> the economy in a shambles and the pressures for making a living
> mounting, denunciations (for a reward) are common. Personal and
> economic reasons frequently constitute the background for
> denunciations and therefore they form the "basis" on which people are
> Khammas notes that the occupation refuses to give a definite number
> for how many prisoners they have in their custody, perhaps so that
> they can increase or reduce their prison population according to
> circumstances and what suits their interests. She said that
> estimates range from 18,000 to 80,000 and as high as 150,000. These
> astronomical figures are under an administration that claimed that
> its top priority was to bring freedom to Iraqis.
> Khammas said that it can be deduced from those figures that there are
> five prisons in Iraq whose whereabouts are unknown, in addition to
> the ten that are known. The Abu Ghurayb concentration camp near
> Baghdad, with its unsavory reputation; al-Kazimah; ar-Rusafah; a
> prison at Umm Qasr; and one in an-Nasiriyah; are some of the better
> known camps.
> The natural right for families to visit their incarcerated loved ones
> is forbidden, and therefore in the era of "liberation," families have
> no way of learning for certain the fate of their loved ones. "It is
> very difficult to get to meet prisoners. It requires going from one
> American official to another before usually winding up in dismal
> failure," Khammas said.
> Most bitter is the fact that prisoners on their release are told that
> they must publicly claim that their treatment was good. One woman
> who had been imprisoned in Abu Ghurayb and who was subjected to
> various forms of torture was advised by an Iraqi translator on the
> day she was to be released that she must present a totally different
> image of her time in prison to American authorities or else she would
> be remaining there. Therefore she answered the official in the
> positive when she was asked whether she was treated well in prison.
> The occupation regime has made torture of the women prisoners an art,
> Khammas says, humiliating and abasing them. An Iraqi female
> attourney, aged 55, imprisoned for four months, was compelled to
> gather human waste in a large pot and boil it over a fire, stirring
> it as it cooked � all in full view of the male prisoners who started
> to chant "Allahu akbar" (God is greatest!) when they observed this
> barbaric treatment being meeted out to a lawyer and matron.
> Report: American transgressions against Iraqi prisoners.
> US occupation forces are attempting to cloak in total secrecy what
> goes on inside Abu Ghurayb prison camp, the largest American prison
> complex in Iraq. News media and human rights groups are prohibited
> from entering the complex or even getting near its gates. Ostensibly
> this blackout of information is to assure that international law is
> followed with respect to the treatment of the prisoners inside.
> Information leaking out of the institution totally refutes the claims
> of the US occupation, however, and in no way conforms with the
> requirements of human rights or the principles of democracy and
> freedom that the US claimed it was spreading through its invasion of
> Iraq and with its threats against other states in the region.
> The chairwoman of the International Occupation Watch Center in Iraq,
> Ms. Eman Khammas, says that the first violation committed by the
> occupation is to conceal the real number of prisoners inside the
> network of prisons in the occupied country. While the occupation
> talks in terms of only 13,000 prisoners distributed among nine prison
> camps, Khammas says that there are more than 80,000 prisoners in Abu
> Ghurayb concentration camp alone.
> Regarding the treatment received by the prisoners in Abu Ghurayb,
> Khammas says that available information from inside the prison is
> hard for the mind even to conceive. She cites a letter written by a
> female prisoner, smuggled out of the camp, and delivered to some
> Iraqi newspapers. In her letter, the prisoner demands that the
> tribes and notables of Iraq blow up Abu Ghurayb, since the occupation
> soldiers have violated the honor of the Iraqi women prisoners
> detained there.
> Iraqi newspapers, including those owned by political parties and
> individuals in the pay of the occupation, have reported that people
> living near Abu Ghurayb are moving away in fear that indeed it might
> be destroyed at any time. Khammas notes that most prisoners who are
> released from the place refuse to discuss what they were subjected to
> during their ordeal inside, out of fear of being returned to prison
> yet again.
> What Shaykh Sharif al-Qubaysi, 72 was subjected to in Abu Ghurayb is
> something that would be unlikely to occur even in the most
> dictatorial of countries. Although Shaykh al-Qubaysi had not joined
> the ranks of the Resistance and had not worked for the Iraqi
> government before the US invasion, he found himself in Abu Ghurayb
> after the US occupation forces raided his home.
> Shaykh al-Qubaysi's advanced age was insufficient to get him
> appropriate treatment from the American jailers. One evening as he
> was sitting in his cell, an American woman soldier came in and
> ordered him to remove all his clothes. She insisted upon it despite
> his protestations, and then paraded him around in front of the
> inmates in the prison.
> Member of the Board of Muslim `Ulama', Dr. `Abd as-Salam al-Kubaysi,
> relates the story of one Imam of an Iraqi mosque. American women
> soldiers in the prison forced him to put on red women's underwear and
> they then locked him in a cell with 16 Iraqi women prisoners for
> three hours. Al-Kubaysi says that the Imam confided in him that "he
> and the women wept incessantly for the entire three hours."
> Journalistic photographer Sahib `Umran who was held in Abu Ghurayb
> for three months, describes the US treatment of Iraqis in the prison
> as "humiliating and degrading." "They would allow us to bathe only
> once a month, and that was at four in the morning and in extremely
> cold water. The American occupation forces also prevent prisoners
> from going to toilets, just in order to humiliate them."
> Sahib added, "we wore red overalls like those that the prisoners in
> Guant�namo wear. And even when the weather was extremely cold, the
> air conditioners would be left running. Food was cold, to say
> nothing of being spoiled." He said that the Americans would try to
> break the morale of the prisoners by claiming that they had killed or
> arrested members of the prisoner's family.
> Arshad Fadl, 19, says that he was forced to stand on his feet for
> three consecutive days with his hands in chains and his head in a
> sack. Throughout this entire period, Fadl says, he was not allowed
> to drink water, to eat, or even to go to the toilet. "But whatever
> kind of bad treatment I got, I was able to bear it. Only, I felt
> sorry for the elderly prisoners and the for the disabled who were
> with us in prison," he said.
> Bremer: prisoners may be sent to Guant�namo.
> US proconsul L. Paul Bremer announced that some non-Iraqi prisoners
> being held by the US occupation forces in Iraq might be transferred
> to the concentration camp set up by the Americans in Guant�namo,
> Cuba, according to a report carried by the Kuwaiti newspaper al-
> Qabas. Bremer claimed that the Iraqi prisoners, who he said numbered
> 7,000, are being held in Abu Ghurayb and Umm Qasr prisons and that
> among them are 11 women. Their cases, he said, would be reviewed
> after investigations have been completed.
> In contrast to Bremer's claims, the US military itself recently
> announced that it was holding more than 13,000 Iraqis. Meanwhile
> international organizations looking into the situation in Iraq
> maintain that there are some 18,000 Iraqi prisoners, distributed
> among 10 prison camps, including 625 female prisoners in ar-Rusafah
> prison and 750 more in al-Kazimah prison.
> Saturday, 27 March 2004.
> Three US soldiers wounded in bomb attack in Samarra'.
> An Iraqi Resistance bomb struck a US aggressor convoy near the city
> of Samarra', north of Baghdad, wounding three American invader
> troops, according to a spokeswoman for the US military.
> Resistance fires mortar barrage at US base at Abu Ghurayb.
> Following an Iraqi Resistance rocket attack that struck Abu Ghurayb
> concentration camp on Saturday morning (see following report) the
> Iraqi Resistance fired a barrage of mortar shells at the US military
> base in Abu Ghurayb.
> Iraqi Resistance forces rocket Abu Ghurayb US base and concentration
> Iraqi Resistance rockets slammed into the US concentration camp and
> base at Abu Ghurayb, near Baghdad, on Saturday morning, according to
> a report carried by al-Jazeera TV. Some of the rockets landed within
> the prison.
> Resistance bomb wounds five workers for the US occupation.
> An Iraqi Resistance roadside bomb exploded on Saturday morning in the
> Abu Nuwas district of Baghdad, wounding five persons working with the
> US occupation forces, at least three of them non-Iraqis. The
> explosive device also totally destroyed the vehicle in which the five
> were traveling � a vehicle of the type used by the American
> occupation army and foreign security companies in its employ.
> The sound of gunfire rang out immediately after the Resistance bomb
> blast, which was so powerful that it shattered glass in the windows
> of homes in the vicinity. US invaders sealed off Abu Nuwas district
> after the attack.
> Explosions rock Baghdad on Friday � Saturday night.
> Iraqi Resistance forces pounded al-Muthanna airport, which the US
> occupation forces have turned into a local headquarters in the center
> of Baghdad, with dozens of rockets on Friday night. According to al-
> Jazeera TV, clouds of smoke could be seen rising from various parts
> of the airport. US occupation forces and puppet police deployed in
> the nearby areas of the city.
> Al-Jazeera reported that many powerful explosions could be heard
> within the US headquarters in the so-called Green Zone where the
> Republican Palace has been taken over by the US occupation as its
> national headquarters. US helicopters could be seen hovering over
> the area in which the explosions took place. US military spokesmen,
> however, would not confirm the location of the blasts.
> A communiqu� issued by a group calling itself the Patriotic Islamic
> Resistance � Brigade of the mujahid Ahmad Yasin reached al-Jazeera TV
> in which the organization claims credit for the explosions, which, it
> said were in retaliation for the assassination by the Zionists of
> Shaykh Ahmad Yasin, leader of the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas.
> Reuters reported hospital sources as saying that at least six Iraqi
> civilians had been injured, among them a child, in the blasts.
> Doctors in al-Yarmuk Hospital reported that three men, a woman, a
> youth, and a child were admitted to the emergency room shortly after
> the explosions. Two of the injured persons were in serious condition
> and were transferred to another hospital.
> Resistance rockets strike puppet Municipal Council building in Mosul.
> Iraqi Resistance forces � reportedly three fighters � fired two
> Katyusha rockets before noon on Saturday, at the Municipal Council
> Building in Mosul in northern Iraq. The Iraqi puppet police reported
> that four persons, including one child, were killed in the attack on
> the local puppet authority headquarters, and 19 others wounded � five
> of them in serious condition. The puppet police claimed to have
> found the rocket launcher used in the Resistance attack but could not
> capture the fighters.
> US Marine aggressors seal off al-Fallujah after coming under
> Resistance attack.
> US occupation tanks and armored vehicles sealed off the city of al-
> Fallujah on Saturday evening after clashes between US Marine invaders
> and Iraqi Resistance forces.
> Agence France Presse (AFP) reported that the US Marine aggressors
> had sent tanks to close all the city's entrances and exits. A US
> military communiqu� reports that the American aggressor troops are
> carrying out offensive operations in al-Fallujah in order
> to "guarantee security and stability" for their occupation of the
> Fierce battles have raged on and off since Friday in al-Fallujah,
> west of Baghdad, leaving at least 10 dead and many others injured.
> Iraqi puppet police officer assassinated by Resistance.
> Iraqi Resistance fighters assassinated an officer in the puppet
> police in the northern city of Kirkuk on Saturday. The officer was
> shot dead as he left his home. The officer was in charge of issuing
> licenses to possess weapons.
> An Iraqi Resistance group claims credit for the over-night blast.
> A communiqu� issued by a detachment of the Iraqi Resistance active in
> the area of al-Fallujah, the Brigades of the 1920 Revolution, has
> called on Iraqis to make the current month of March a month of fire
> burning the occupation, turning the land of Iraq into a graveyard for
> According to Quds Press, the communiqu� said, "On the anniversary of
> the butchery of Baghdad and on the anniversary of the aggression
> against Iraq, the Patriotic, Islamic Resistance pledges, the
> Patriotic Islamic Resistance pledges to God, be He exhalted, that
> they will wage jihad to martyrdom until the occupation has
> The communiqu� went on to say that the Brigades of the 1920
> Revolution was a sharp sword for all who try to attack the Muslim
> lands. Coming days should provide ample proof of that, God willing.
> The communiqu� called for making March the month of revenge for
> Shaykh Ahmad Yasin. "Everyone knows that the cause in Iraq and
> Palestine is one and the same and the enemy is one. The road to
> Palestine begins at Baghdad, and the land of Iraq will not abandon
> the land of Palestine."
> Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a truck carrying supplies to the
> Japanese aggressor forces based in the city of as-Samawah in southern
> Iraq. A report carried by Reuters said that the truck was on its
> way to as-Samawah from Kuwait and that one Iraqi was killed in the
> attack. It offered no further details. Nor did the Japanese
> government immediately offer further information.
> A group of 120 Japanese occupation troops crossed the border from
> Kuwait to Iraq on Saturday morning. According to the Kyodo News
> agency, this is the last batch of Japanese aggressor troops to enter
> Iraq at the present time on their mission as servants of the US
> Another Iraqi Academic found murdered.
> The Dean of the College of the Sciences in al-Mustansiriyah
> University, Dr. `Abd as-Sami` al-Jannabi, was found dead on the side
> of a Baghdad street on Saturday, according to a report broadcast on
> US-run Radio Sawa. As reported in the Iraqi Resistance Report on
> Thursday, 25 March 2004, over 100 Iraqi academics have been murdered
> since the occupation of Iraq nearly one year ago. The Zionist Mossad
> is suspect in the serial killings.
> US invaders shoot up private car, kill 3-year-old, wound seven other
> US aggressor forces killed a three-year-old child when they opened
> fire on a private car in which eight people were riding in Tikrit,
> 175km north of Baghdad, according to puppet police sources. A major
> in the Iraqi puppet police said that the eight persons � four
> children, three women, and the male driver � were in the car when the
> US invaders opened fire on the vehicle, killing the child and
> wounding everyone else inside.
> A Reuters photographer reported seeing a red car riddled with bullet
> holes, its seats soaked in pools of blood and covered with splinters
> of glass and from the shattered windows of the vehicle. Doctors
> reported that the three-year-old child died in the hospital from a
> severe wound in the abdomen. The child's mother, May Qahtan, said
> from her hospital bed "The Americans are criminals. . . They're the
> ones who kill all the people, and all the children. Isn't that
> terrorism?" An Iraqi rescue worker said that an American convoy
> opened fire on the car. A US officer in Tikrit acknowledged that it
> was possible that US forces were responsible for the shooting because
> a large-caliber automatic weapon appeared to have been used.
> US invaders blow up Muslim Youth Association building in Baghdad,
> arrest all inside.
> Al-Jazeera's correspondent reported from Baghdad that US aggressor
> forces, supported by helicopter gun ships, destroyed the headquarters
> of the Muslim Youth Association in al-Mansur district of the Iraqi
> capital. All those who were inside the building at the time of the
> raid were taken into US custody.
> The Muslim Youth Association, which concerns itself with the
> cultural, educational, and scientific dimensions of the lives of
> young people, is one of the oldest public associations working in
> Resistance attacks US patrol in Kirkuk. Invaders shoot civilian to
> death, wound two others "by mistake".
> Iraqi Resistance fighters attacked a US occupation patrol in the city
> of Kirkuk late on Friday-Saturday night, according to the Commander
> of the puppet police in Kirkuk, Major General Shayrgu Shakir. Shakir
> said that the Americans responded to the attack by "accidentally"
> shooting and killing one Iraqi civilian and wounding two others late
> on Friday-Saturday night. The Americans reportedly missed their
> targets when they struck the Iraqi civilians.
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Anti-depressants make you happy. The more you take, the happier you get.
So I took the whole bottle.