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    Message 1 of 1 , May 10, 2004
      --- abunasr1967 <abunasr1967@...> wrote:
      > To: arab_nationalist@yahoogroups.com
      > From: "abunasr1967" <abunasr1967@...>
      > Date: Mon, 10 May 2004 05:12:25 -0000
      > Subject: [arab_nationalist] Iraqi Resistance Report: 8 - 9 May 2004.
      >
      > Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Saturday, 8 May 2004 and
      > Sunday, 9 May 2004. Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr,
      > member, editorial board, the Free Arab Voice.
      > http://www.freearabvoice.org
      >
      > Saturday, 8 May 2004.
      >
      > One US soldier killed, another wounded in Resistance mortar attack in
      >
      > Mosul.
      >
      > The US military reported that one American aggressor soldier was
      > killed and another wounded in an attack on a US base in northern Iraq
      >
      > on Saturday. The American statement said that the casualties were
      > the result of an Iraqi Resistance mortar attack in the city of Mosul,
      >
      > according to Reuters.
      >
      > US invaders pull out of the area beyond the residential neighborhood
      > west of al-Jawlan in al-Fallujah.
      >
      > US aggressor forces completed their withdrawal at around 4:00pm on
      > Saturday afternoon from beyond the residential neighborhood west of
      > al-Jawlan neighborhood in al-Fallujah. The local police took the
      > place of the retreating Americans, who left behind only two tanks and
      >
      > four Humvees and about 30 soldiers according to the count made by the
      >
      > correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam in al-Fallujah.
      >
      > The American aggressors have vacated, thereby, their temporary base
      > in the residential area, leaving no other bases in the vicinity of
      > al-
      > Fallujah other than that in the agricultural area northwest of the
      > city.
      >
      > Meanwhile, large US aircraft prowl the skies over the city. Mafkarat
      >
      > al-Islam's correspondent was unable to determine their specific make,
      >
      > whether they were B-52s or something else. The correspondent did
      > see, however, a large column of American tanks heading towards
      > Baghdad along the al-Fallujah-Baghdad highway.
      >
      > Only one US checkpoint remains north of the al-`Askari neighborhood
      > where US aggressor troops inspect the identity papers and register
      > the names of all those who leave al-Fallujah. As a result, al-
      > Fallujah residents simply leave the city via roads to the south,
      > east, and west, lest the Americans make use of the names somehow or
      > arrest the people passing through their checkpoint.
      >
      > Two Polish aggressor soldiers killed in Iraq.
      >
      > The Polish Defense Ministry announced on Saturday that two Polish
      > aggressor troops were killed and two others wounded in occupied Iraq
      > on Saturday.
      >
      > One of the Polish invaders was killed as a result of a land mine.
      > According to Reuters, the Polish soldier died in hospital of wounds
      > inflicted by a mine that exploded near the town of Baldat al-Imam.
      >
      > Earlier on Saturday, a Polish aggressor soldier was killed in
      > Karbala' according to a report carried by Reuters. Marek Krajewski
      > died when his military vehicle collided with an Iraqi truck and fell
      > from a bridge, according to the Polish Defense Ministry. Two other
      > Polish aggressors were wounded slightly in the crash.
      >
      > Poland, a satellite of the United States, has a contingent officially
      >
      > numbered at 2,400 troops and it is in command of the so-called
      > multinational occupation forces in south-central Iraq. Its military
      > base is in Karbala'.
      >
      > Founding Congress of Iraqi Congress for Opposing the US Occupation
      > held in Baghdad.
      >
      > Occupied Baghdad has witnessed the first, founding conference of the
      > Iraqi National Congress for Resisting the American Occupation. The
      > conferees demanded the end of the occupation as they attempted to
      > establish a political wing of the armed Resistance effort in the
      > county.
      >
      > More than 500 persons took part in the conference, representing a
      > number of parties, religious bodies, and tribes, according to al-
      > Jazeera TV. Dr. Muthanna Harith ad-Darri of the Board of
      > Muslim `Ulama' told the conferees in the preparatory committee
      > that "more than 30 Islamic and patriotic forces are taking part in
      > the Congress, in addition to trade unions, human rights
      > organizations, and university professors. Ad-Darri said that the
      > conference was the culmination of eight months of work and the result
      >
      > of many meetings held by Islamic and Arab Nationalist forces
      > throughout Iraq. Another part of the preparation for the meeting was
      >
      > the visit paid by a delegation of the future Congress participants to
      >
      > several Arab countries.
      >
      > US troops surround Muqtada as-Sadr's offices in Baghdad and arrest
      > supporters.
      >
      > US aggressor forces on Saturday raided the offices of Shi`i religious
      >
      > leader Muqtada as-Sadr in Baghdad and arrested `Amir al-Husayni, the
      > director of the office, and three of his staff members amidst the
      > widespread protest of as-Sadr's supporters, according to al-Jazeera
      > TV.
      >
      > For a brief period, American tanks and armored vehicles surrounded
      > the offices of Shi`i religious leader Muqtada as-Sadr in a Baghdad
      > neighborhood on Saturday in an effort to increase pressure on him.
      > Witnesses said that at least two tanks took up positions near his
      > offices in so-called Madinat as-Sadr. The sound of gunfire was heard
      > in the area and US helicopter gunships prowled the skies above. Some
      > reported that the American forces raided the offices but this could
      > not immediately be confirmed. Less than one hour later, the US
      > aggressor troops withdrew.
      >
      > Six British troops wounded in al-Basrah and al-`Amarah.
      >
      > Six British aggressor soldiers were wounded on Saturday in battles
      > with Jaysh al-Mahdi, the militial loyal to Shi`i religious leader
      > Muqtada as-Sadr in the cities of al-Basrah and al-`Amarah according
      > to Agence France Presse (AFP).
      >
      > Three British soldiers were wounded in al-Basrah, 550km south of
      > Baghdad, according to John Arnold, commander of a British unit.
      > Earlier, Arnold had announced that two British invader soldiers had
      > been wounded, then later he announced that three more British troops
      > had been wounded in al-`Amarah, 160km northeast of al-Basrah.
      >
      > Muqtada as-Sadr calls general strike in al-Basrah.
      >
      > Shi`i religious leader Muqtada as-Sadr announced that a general
      > strike had been declared Saturday in the city of al-Basrah in protest
      >
      > against the US attacks on an-Najaf and Karbala', according to a
      > report carried by Egypt's Middle East News Agency.
      >
      > Muqtada as-Sadr's representative: 3 British troops killed by Jaysh
      > al-
      > Mahdi in al-Basrah.
      >
      > The representative of Shi`i religious leader Muqtada as-Sadr in al-
      > Basrah, `Abd as-Sattar al-Bahadli, announced that three British
      > aggressor troops had been killed on Saturday in clashes with the
      > Jaysh al-Mahdi in al-Basrah.
      >
      > Jaysh al-Mahdi, British aggressors clash in al-Basrah, al-`Amarah.
      > Six British aggressor troops wounded.
      >
      > Violent clashes were reported early Saturday morning in al-Basrah
      > between the Jaysh al-Mahdi militia, loyal to Shi`i religious leader
      > Muqtada as-Sadr and the occupation troops, according to al-`Arabiyah
      > satellite TV.
      >
      > A British military spokesman said that they were "ware"
      > of "disturbances" in al-Basrah, adding that large numbers of people,
      > some carrying weapons, had gathered in the center of the city. This
      > is the first time that clashes have been reported on this scale in
      > al-
      > Basrah.
      >
      > The battles in al-Basrah and in al-`Amarah began in the early hours
      > of Saturday with Jaysh al-Mahdi attacks on British convoys. The
      > British aggressors strengthened their presence in the two cities in
      > response. But in al-Basrah, Jaysh al-Mahdi forces rushed to seize
      > control of the north of the city and on a major road in the south
      > west of the city. Battles then broke out in the center and northwest
      >
      > of al-Basrah.
      >
      > At about 6:00am Jaysh al-Mahdi forces fired rocket-propelled grenades
      >
      > at a British patrol in the center of al-Basrah. Later Jaysh al-Mahdi
      >
      > militiamen fired automatic weapons at another British aggressor
      > patrol near a building that formerly housed military intelligence
      > headquarters in the northwest of the city. The shooting, however,
      > only lasted a few minutes.
      >
      > Eyewitnesses told Reuters that hundreds of Jaysh al-Mahdi militiamen
      > took to the streets of the city armed with automatic weapons and
      > rocket-propelled grenade launchers (RPGs). The Jaysh al-Mahdi was
      > able to seize control of parts of the city and set up checkpoints in
      > the streets.
      >
      > "Israel" supplies fuel to US aggressors in Iraq, over the head of the
      >
      > puppet "Iraqi Ministry of Petroleum."
      >
      > The official spokesman for the puppet Iraqi "ministry of
      > petroleum," `Asim Jihad, has confirmed that an "Israeli" company is
      > presently supplying the US occupation forces in Iraq with fuel.
      > According to al-Khalij newspaper, Jihad claimed, "that does not mean
      > that the ministry has contracted with "Israeli" companies; the
      > ministry of petroleum has not contracted with any "Israeli" company
      > in the oil sphere," he said defensively.
      >
      > Al-Khalij reported that the agreement signed between the occupation
      > forces and the "Israeli" company is "outside the jurisdiction and
      > control" of the puppet "Iraqi ministry of petroleum." Jihad
      > indicated that the puppet ministry has no authority to void or halt
      > the contract.
      >
      > Recent news reports have indicated an increase in Zionist activity in
      >
      > Iraq, in particular in the northern parts of the country where
      > Zionist enterprises are buying land at exorbitant prices. Some
      > reports have spoken of Zionist plans to settle Jews in the area. In
      > addition the Mossad has been active throughout the country in
      > assassinating Iraqi scientists and intellectuals.
      >
      > US said to endorse plan for "Kurdistan National Army" as part of
      > Iraqi partition plan.
      >
      > The Kurdish newspaper Maru, published in as-Sulaymaniyah, revealed on
      >
      > Friday that the US occupation in Iraq had agreed to the formation of
      > a so-called Kurdistan National Army in northern Iraq. According to
      > the report, it would be a part of a local united Kurdish
      > administration in northern Iraq.
      >
      > According to Egypt's Middle East News Agency, the newspaper stated
      > that the announcement of the formation of the Kurdistan Army would
      > take place as soon as the stage of unification is completed, bringing
      >
      > together the two local Kurdish administrations - one headquartered in
      >
      > Irbil and the other in as-Sulaymaniyah, one loyal to Mas`ud Barizani
      > and the other to Jalal Talibani. According to Maru, the "Kurdistan
      > National Army" will be made up of the Peshmergah militias of the
      > chauvinist so-called Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and Kurdistan
      > Democratic Party.
      >
      > Obviously the establishment of a separate "Kurdistani Army" would be
      > a major step in the direction of splitting up Iraq along ethnic lines
      >
      > as advocated by certain members of the US administration who have
      > written publicly in support of a "three-state" partition
      > or "federation" of Iraq into Kurdish, Sunni, and Shi`i states.
      >
      >
      > Sources:
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=31994
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=31982
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=31978
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=31972
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=31964
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=31957
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=31945
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=31943
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=31942
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=31922
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=31911
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=31909
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=31907
      >
      > Sunday, 9 May 2004.
      >
      > US aggressors, Iraqi Resistance clash in `Amiriyat al-Fallujah just
      > after midnight Monday morning.
      >
      > Iraqi Resistance forces have clashed with US aggressor troops
      > in `Amiriyat al-Fallujah, south of the city of al-Fallujah, an area
      > separated from the city of al-Fallujah by the Euphrates River.
      >
      > The fighting lasted half an hour during which time the US invaders
      > fired tank cannon and mortars at the Resistance, while the Resistance
      >
      > fired mortars and rocket-propelled grenades. The fighting lasted
      > from 12:15am until 12:45am and then it diminished but did not
      > entirely disappear. The correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam in al-
      > Fallujah wrote in a report posted at 1:01am, Mecca time, Monday, 10
      > May 2004 that the people of al-Fallujah can still hear the sounds of
      > intermittent artillery rounds going off.
      >
      > `Amiriyat al-Fallujah is a southern suburb of al-Fallujah in which
      > the Bu`Isa tribes, famous for their courage and boldness, reside.
      >
      > So-called Islamic Party tries to drive wedge between Resistance and
      > tribal leaders in al-Fallujah.
      >
      > The so-called Iraqi Islamic Party, which participates in the puppet
      > so-called interim governing council chaired by the US proconsul L.
      > Paul Bremer, began on Sunday to apply intense pressure on the Iraqi
      > Resistance forces in al-Fallujah as it raised several imaginary
      > security issues as excuses for allowing the US aggressor forces to
      > enter al-Fallujah in order to carry out "joint patrols" with the
      > local police forces.
      >
      > The American aggressors had originally said that they would enter al-
      > Fallujah in joint patrols with local policemen beginning on 10 May.
      > Then the US side backed off from that and said that it would enter
      > and take part in joint patrols in the city beginning on 20 May. Then
      >
      > in a meeting held on Saturday, the Americans agreed to put off the
      > date for their entry into al-Fallujah until later, with no date
      > specified. Then on Sunday morning another meeting was held where the
      >
      > American side said that they would start joint patrols on 29 May.
      >
      > Everything changed, however, after noon on Sunday when the Islamic
      > Party announced that the US aggressors would enter al-Fallujah on
      > Monday, 10 May, claiming that this would give the people of al-
      > Fallujah a sense of "security and calm," as it would supposedly show
      > the people of the city that the Americans were true to their
      > agreements.
      >
      > The so-called Islamic Party also claimed that the American role in
      > the patrols would reassure the people of al-Fallujah that the US
      > forces would not be carrying out any major operations against them,
      > since, it noted, the United States possesses nuclear weapons and
      > smart bomb technology. At a meeting with local representatives and
      > Resistance leaders, the so-called Islamic Party � which had played a
      > role in negotiating the cease-fire with the American side earlier �
      > gave those attending the feeling that the party was making
      > insinuations and tacitly threatening the Resistance and the al-
      > Fallujah representatives.
      >
      > Mafkarat al-Islam's correspondent writes that it appears that the so-
      > called Islamic Party had partially achieved its aim, as it seems to
      > have persuaded the chiefs of tribes to pressure the Resistance
      > fighters to go along.
      >
      > The text of the cease-fire agreement reached between the city
      > representatives and the US aggressors, with the mediation of the so-
      > called Islamic Party, provides for joint US-local police patrols of
      > 20 persons to patrol al-Fallujah in symbolic form and to remain
      > symbolically for 15 minutes. Under the provisions of the accord, the
      >
      > Americans were to enter the city, and pass to the site of the
      > governorate of al-Fallujah on a major street in the city and also to
      > the local police headquarters.
      >
      > The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam in al-Fallujah reports that
      > the city's residents are furious with what the so-called Islamic
      > Party did in the previous rounds of negotiations. During those
      > talks, the party attempted to split the ranks of the city by driving
      > a wedge between the Resistance fighters and the tribal chiefs.
      >
      > The Resistance fighters have shown their anger over the attempts by
      > the so-called Islamic Party to split the ranks and to try to rob the
      > Resistance of its victory by raising imaginary security fears. The
      > matter has gone so far that one of the Resistance fighters accused
      > the so-called Islamic party of trying to save the face of the
      > American aggressors in order to obtain political gains from the
      > Americans for itself in Iraq.
      >
      > For its part, the so-called Islamic Party claims to be trying to
      > protect the US forces when they go into al-Fallujah so that there
      > might be no repeat of what happened to four American mercenaries who
      > were killed and their bodies disfigured. The Party claimed that
      > unenviable results would follow any such recurrence of those attacks.
      >
      > The people of al-Fallujah, according to Mafkarat al-Islam's
      > correspondent, have no faith in the cease-fire agreement, even though
      >
      > most of the Americans' heavy equipment has been pulled out. The
      > popular distrust of the so-called cease-fire is in part due to the
      > proximity of al-Habbaniyah, a major base taken over by the US
      > aggressors as their local headquarters. Al-Habbaniyah has become the
      >
      > jump off point for US forces whenever they might chose to attack to
      > the West. A number of US vehicles remain in the agricultural
      > district in the northeast � a base that was already located there
      > before the siege of al-Fallujah.
      >
      > US aggressor troops once again encircle al-Fallujah and cut all roads
      >
      > leading to the defiant city.
      >
      > US aggressor troops have encircled the city of al-Fallujah on all
      > sides and have closed off all entrances to the city. Mafkarat al-
      > Islam's correspondent in the city reports that the imams of mosques
      > have called on the Resistance fighters to head to the edges of the
      > city to defend it.
      >
      > The position of the Resistance is now far better than it was
      > previously, according to the Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent in the
      > city. Not only have the Resistance fighters acquired considerable
      > experience in fighting the US invaders, but the people of the city
      > have gained faith in the Resistance and the Resistance fighters'
      > ability. Mafkarat al-Islam's correspondent has sat with residents
      > and heads of families in the city all of whom now say that they agree
      >
      > that the days when they would leave the city in the face of an
      > American attack were gone. After the Resistance fighters had
      > demonstrated their heroism, everyone had resolved to stay and defend
      > the city themselves should it come under renewed attack.
      >
      > The correspondent writes that it is unclear whether the latest
      > American encirclement is the beginning of another offensive or not.
      > It is also possible that it is a move to protect the American first
      > American units said to be scheduled to join a joint patrol with local
      >
      > police on Monday.
      >
      > The latest American deployment began after noon on Sunday in the
      > northern area when the first group of US aggressors set out for the
      > al-Ba`rin park north of al-Fallujah. Mafkarat al-Islam's
      > correspondent witnessed five Humvees, each one of which appeared to
      > be protected by a shield of the type affixed to small trucks to
      > enable them to carry the largest possible number of troops and in
      > order to facilitate a rapid deployment. The US aggressor troops used
      >
      > no heavy armored vehicles nor any heavy equipment in their deployment
      >
      > beginning Sunday afternoon. The Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent
      > writes, however, that he saw about 12 American tanks gathered in the
      > southern parts of al-Fallujah.
      >
      > Bomb blast kills puppet policemen in Baghdad.
      >
      > At least seven persons, including three puppet policemen, were killed
      >
      > and 13 others wounded when a bomb exploded in one of the crowded
      > markets in downtown Baghdad on Sunday. Witnesses reported that some
      > of the dead were reduced to shattered body parts as a result of the
      > power of the blast. The witnesses said that an American convoy was
      > passing near the scene of the blast just prior to the explosion. US
      > occupation forces completely sealed off the area after the blast.
      > The wounded were taken by ambulance to hospitals.
      >
      > Several American casualties reported from Resistance bomb blast east
      > of ar-Ramadi.
      >
      > Al-Jazeera TV has reported that eyewitnesses in ar-Ramadi are saying
      > that a number of Americans were wounded or possibly killed when an
      > Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded east of that city. The blast also put
      >
      > an American troop transport vehicle out of commission. Occupation
      > forces detonated another bomb that they found in the vicinity when
      > they combed the area after the blast.
      >
      > Resistance bomb in al-Basrah injures British invader troops.
      >
      > Al-Jazeera TV's correspondent in al-Basrah reports that an Iraqi
      > Resistance bomb went off in that southern city as a British
      > occupation patrol was passing. The blast wounded several British
      > troops in Kornish al-`Ashshar near the Teaching Hospital. Witnesses
      > reported that the explosion damaged a British military vehicle.
      > British invader troops closed off the area immediately after the
      > blast.
      >
      > Resistance blast rocks Four Seasons Hotel in Baghdad.
      >
      > A powerful explosion shook the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Baghdad
      >
      > on Sunday night. Eight foreigners were reported wounded. It is
      > believed that at least some of the casualties were American. Al-
      > Jazeera TV reported eyewitnesses as saying that US occupation troops
      > closed off the area of the attack, blocking the roads leading to the
      > hotel. No further details about the attack were immediately
      > available.
      >
      > Al-Jazeera TV's correspondent in Baghdad reported late on Sunday that
      >
      > several powerful explosions had been heard coming from the so-called
      > Madinat as-Sadr area of the Iraqi capital. The correspondent quoted
      > eyewitnesses as saying that battles were then raging between Jaysh
      > al-
      > Mahdi militiamen and US aggressor troops in the district.
      >
      > Similar battles were reported earlier on Sunday as well. (See below.)
      >
      > US troops battle Jaysh al-Mahdi in Baghdad.
      >
      > Eyewitnesses have reported that violent battles were going on late on
      >
      > Sunday afternoon between US aggressor forces and the Jaysh al-Mahdi
      > militia in various parts of the Baghdad district nicknamed Madinat
      > as-
      > Sadr. An intense exchange of gunfire can be heard, the witnesses
      > report.
      >
      > Agence France Presse (AFP) reported that a battle with light arms had
      >
      > broken out between US troops concentrated around the puppet police
      > station at the entrance to Madinat as-Sadr in the eastern part of
      > Baghdad and the Jaysh al-Mahdi.
      >
      > Madinat as-Sadr was tense following the arrest of the director of
      > Muqtada as-Sadr's office in Baghdad. US tanks concentrated at the
      > entrance to Madinat as-Sadr as supporters of the Shi`i religious
      > leader srew burning tires about the streets.
      >
      > Jaysh al-Mahdi militiamen gathered near the Muqtada as-Sadr office
      > after the arrest Saturday evening of `Amir al-Husayni, the director
      > of that office. The Americans arrived in 20 military transports to
      > attack the office where they arrested al-Husayni and four of his
      > staff members.
      >
      > As-Sayyid Kamal, an official in Jaysh al-Mahdi, said that an exchange
      >
      > of gunfire took place between the US military and as-Sadr's militia,
      > as a result of which Iraqis were killed and wounded.
      >
      > British helicopters shell as-Sadiq neighborhood in al-Basrah.
      >
      > Eye witnesses report that British helicopters have been shelling as-
      > Sadiq neighborhood inal-Basrah in southern Iraq according to al-
      > Jazeera TV. The witnesses reported that the attacks left four Iraqi
      > civilians dead, including one eight-year-old girl, and one 60-year-
      > old man. The attack caused widespread destruction of houses in the
      > neighborhood and in adjacent neighborhoods.
      >
      > Al-Jazeera's correspondent in the city reported that the signs of
      > destruction were clearly visible in as-Sadiq neighborhood, the signs
      > of a violent air bombardment. A spokesman for the British occupation
      >
      > troops, however, denied that British helicopters had shelled the
      > neighborhood � denying the eyewitness testimony of residents.
      >
      > Iraqi puppet judge assassinated in al-Hillah.
      >
      > Iraqi puppet police sources have stated that an Iraqi judge was
      > assassinated by the Iraqi Resistance in the town of al-Hillah, 80km
      > south of Baghdad. `Ali Husayn, an officer in the Iraqi puppet police
      >
      > said that Haytham at-Tatlawi was shot to death in an attack as he was
      >
      > eating lunch in the center of al-Hillah. Huwayn reportedly said that
      >
      > at-Tatlawi had received numerous threats that he would be killed if
      > he persisted in investigating "crimes" that the Iraqi police claims
      > some of al-Hillah's residents have committed against members of the
      > puppet security services.
      >
      > Puppet police colonel assassinated in Ba`qubah.
      >
      > Eyewitnesses and hospital sources have reported that Iraqi Resistance
      >
      > fighters assassinated a high official in the puppet police in the
      > city of Ba`qubah on Sunday. The witnesses report that Resistance
      > fighters opened fire on Colonel `Ali al'Azzawi in the central market
      > in Ba`qubah, 65km northeast of Baghdad. One passerby was reportedly
      > wounded. The Resistance fighters left the scene unscathed. Al-
      > `Azzawi reportedly died immediately after reaching the hospital.
      >
      > Sources:
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=32072
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=32071
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=32069
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=32068
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=32066
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=32062
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=32055
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=32052
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=32049
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=32044
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=32036
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