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  • Kevin Walsh
    This edition of the Iraqi Resistance Report I dedicate to Secret Service agent Ray Lebeau, that he may know with certainty that I will not be intimidated into
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 7, 2004
      This edition of the Iraqi Resistance Report I dedicate to Secret
      Service agent Ray Lebeau, that he may know with certainty that I
      will not be intimidated into silence.

      --Kevin Walsh

      --- abunasr1967 <abunasr1967@...> wrote:
      > To: arab_nationalist@yahoogroups.com
      > From: "abunasr1967" <abunasr1967@...>
      > Date: Mon, 07 Jun 2004 02:04:00 -0000
      > Subject: [arab_nationalist] Iraqi Resistance Report: 4 - 6 June 2004.
      >
      > Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Friday, 4 June 2004 through
      > Sunday, 6 June 2004. Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu
      > Nasr, member editorial board The Free Arab Voice.
      > http://www.freearabvoice.org
      >
      > Friday, 4 June 2004.
      >
      > US admits five Americans killed, four others wounded in Resistance
      > attack in Baghdad.
      >
      > Agence France Presse (AFP) reported on Friday afternoon that a US
      > military spokesman had admitted that five American troops had been
      > killed and four others wounded in an attack on their patrol Friday
      > morning. The Resistance attack took place on the outskirts of the
      > part of Baghdad nicknamed "Madinat as-Sadr" and lies in the eastern
      > part of the occupied Iraqi capital. An earlier US admission had
      > stated that four died and five were injured in the Resistance
      > attack. AFP reported a US propaganda spokesman as saying that one
      > soldier had since died of wounds sustained in the attack.
      >
      > Eyewitnesses early Friday reported that they believed that four
      > American aggressors were wounded when an Iraqi Resistance rocket
      > struck a US military vehicle that was being driven on a road in the
      > eastern part of Baghdad.
      >
      > Reuters reported the witnesses as saying that tongues of flame and
      > columns of smoke could be seen rising from the wreckage of the
      > American vehicle. Other aggressor soldiers could be seen taking away
      >
      > the troops who had come under the Resistance attack. The nature and
      > extent of injuries was not immediately clear.
      >
      > The witnesses said that Resistance fighters had fired one rocket at
      > the vehicle.
      >
      > Resistance attacks US patrol near Mosul late Thursday night.
      >
      > A unit of the Iraqi Resistance attacked a US military patrol in
      > Tall `Afar near Mosul in northern Iraq during Thursday-Friday night.
      >
      > The Egyptian Middle East News Agency (MENA) reported that the
      > Resistance fired a rocket-propelled grenade at the US patrol late on
      > Thursday night, inflicting an unknown number of casualties on the
      > Americans.
      >
      > Sunni religious leader denounces new puppet "government" as bogus.
      >
      > The Imam of the Sunni Mosque of Abu Hanifah in Baghdad sharply
      > attacked the newly appointed puppet so-called "government" of Iraq in
      >
      > a Friday sermon. Shaykh Ahmad as-Samarra'i said that it was
      > the "embodiment of American hegemony" in Iraq and that a transfer of
      > sovereignty to Iraqis could not take place in the shadow of an
      > American veto.
      >
      > The Sunni religious leader said, "they call this `an election,' but
      > it isn't an election. It's nothing but American hegemony. Whomever
      > they [the Americans] want is a part of it; whomever they don't want
      > is kicked out."
      >
      > Agence France Presse (AFP) reported Shaykh as-Samarra'i as
      > asking, "Where is the `Iraqi sovereignty' if decisions having to do
      > with security matters are subject to an American veto? Where is
      > the `Iraqi sovereignty' when the US says that its forces are going to
      >
      > remain in Iraq?"
      >
      > The Shaykh went on: "They promise us that after seven months there
      > will be a new legal code and an election. But how can this come about
      >
      > when [American] hegemony dominates those who write, when there is
      > supervision over every committee. . . . They want to have a joke
      > at our expense."
      >
      > "There is no sovereignty if security affairs are in other hands than
      > ours. There is no sovereignty if military affairs are in other hands
      >
      > than ours. There is no sovereignty if the oil affairs are in other
      > hands than ours," reiterated the Imam of the Abu Hanifah mosque.
      >
      > Muqtada as-Sadr: US-appointed "prime minister" is a CIA agent. New
      > Iraqi "government" has no authority.
      >
      > In a Friday sermon delivered on his behalf by Jabir al-Khafaji in the
      >
      > Mosque of al-Kufah, Shi`i religious leader Muqtada as-Sadr attacked
      > the newly installed American puppet "government." According to al-
      > Jazeera satellite TV, as-Sadr described Iyyad `Allawi, the newly
      > appointed puppet so-called "prime minister," as an "American CIA
      > agent."
      >
      > Agence France Presse (AFP) quoted as-Sadr as sharply rejecting the
      > new puppet so-called "government", saying that it had no authority
      > over him. As-Sadr said, "I declare that I will have nothing to do
      > with this government until Judgement Day because the people reject
      > it." As-Sadr added, "our governments must be legally elected. The
      > Iraqi people will never accept a government appointed by the
      > occupier."
      >
      > As-Sadr declared: "I can't imagine any rational person or any
      > religious authority accepting this appointment. I will have nothing
      > to do with this government until Judgement Day."
      >
      > Muqtada as-Sadr representative: withdrawal of militia from an-Najaf
      > to start Friday.
      >
      > A spokesman for Shi`i religious leader Muqtada as-Sadr said in the
      > early hours of Friday that members of his Jaysh al-Mahdi militia
      > would begin withdrawing from an-Najaf and the areas surrounding it on
      >
      > Friday.
      >
      > Qays al-Khaz`ali spoke at a press conference with Haydar as-Sufi, a
      > representative of the higher Shi`i clergy. Al-Khaz`ali said that the
      >
      > Jaysh al-Mahdi would begin withdrawal and halt all armed
      > confrontations. He said that as-Sadr's side would work to liberate
      > suspects and that they would choose some of the members of Shi`i
      > delegations that would hold talks with US aggressor troops on the
      > cease fire in specific areas.
      >
      > As-Sufi told the press conference that his side was calling on the
      > puppet governor of an-Najaf to deploy the police forces formed of
      > citizens of an-Najaf in order to bring "security" to the people of
      > the city. As-Sufi demanded that the occupation forces and the puppet
      >
      > police refrain from any arrests or searches in the city.
      >
      > Agence France Presse (AFP) reported that the announcements of the
      > withdrawals and security arrangements came a day after five civilians
      >
      > and an unknown number of Jaysh al-Mahdi militiamen were killed on
      > Thursday in battles with the US invader troops in al-Kufah.
      >
      > US forces claim to be withdrawing from Shi`i religious sites in an-
      > Najaf.
      >
      > US aggressor forces announced that they would be withdrawing from
      > positions near the Shi`i holy sites in an-Najaf on Friday in order to
      >
      > help solidfify the cease-fire between themselves and the Jaysh al-
      > Mahdi militia loyal to Shi`i religious leader Muqtada as-Sadr,
      > according to a Reuters dispatch.
      >
      > Colonel Brad May told a CNN reporter that the US aggressor troops
      > would remain deployed in order to "help" the Iraqi puppet police take
      >
      > control over important points in the city in accordance with the
      > cease fire agreement. He said, however, that there had been
      > breakthroughs towards putting an end to the fighting.
      >
      > Sources:
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34678
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34656
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34655
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34650
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34647
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34637
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34632
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34616
      >
      > Saturday, 5 June 2004.
      >
      > Resistance in al-Fallujah attacks US armored vehicles that entered
      > the city in violation of cease-fire agreement.
      >
      > Battles erupted between US Marine aggressors and Iraqi Resistance
      > fighters in al-Fallujah on Saturday evening according to a report
      > carried by Reuters. Residents of the city were quoted as saying that
      >
      > US armored vehicles entered the north of al-Fallujah in violation of
      > the cease-fire agreement that stipulated that those American forces
      > would remain outside the area of the city. At least one of the US
      > vehicles that violated the agreement was struck by a rocket-propelled
      >
      > grenade.
      >
      > There were no immediate reports on US casualties sustained in the
      > attack. In fact the US military propaganda machine had no immediate
      > comment on the battle.
      >
      > US Marine invaders in April waged a fierce battle for control of the
      > city in which hundreds of Iraqis were killed. The Americans,
      > nevertheless, were unable to make significant headway against the
      > Resistance and suffered heavy losses themselves. In the end they
      > were compelled to accept a cease-fire that largely excluded them and
      > in particular their heavy equipment from the city and its surrounding
      >
      > vicinity.
      >
      > US puppet inspection unit established to protect American invaders
      > from Resistance attacks.
      >
      > Eyewitnesses in Baghdad reported that the newly created Iraqi
      > puppet "army" had established a unit for special inspections in the
      > area between an-Nu`ayriyah and al-Amin behind the "New Baghdad"
      > district. This unit in fact was engaged in searching passing cars,
      > resulting in a tight traffic jam as cars backed up for great
      > distances to be subjected to extensive searches in the Iraqi capital.
      >
      > The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the inspection
      > unit set up by the puppet army was created in response to the
      > repeated blows delivered by the Iraqi Resistance on a daily basis
      > particularly in the area of the puppet strongpoint at the so-
      > called "military college" which is also the US occupation forces'
      > headquarters in that district of the occupied Iraqi capital.
      >
      > US soldier killed, three others wounded in Resistance attack in
      > Baghdad.
      >
      > An Iraqi Resistance roadside bomb, targeted on a passing US aggressor
      >
      > convoy, killed an American soldier and wounded three others Saturday
      > in eastern Baghdad, the American Associated Press reported.
      >
      > The explosion was heard in Baghdad very early on Saturday morning,
      > and took place near the part of Baghdad nicknamed "Madinat as-Sadr."
      >
      > A Reuters cameraman reported seeing casualties being evacuated by
      > helicopter from the scene.
      >
      > Al-Jazeera satellite TV reported that the blast followed a deployment
      >
      > of Iraqi puppet police in an-Najaf and al-Kufah in southern Iraq and
      > an end to the armed presence of the Jaysh al-Mahdi militia, loyal to
      > Shi`i religious leader Muqtada as-Sadr, in the streets of that city.
      >
      > Resistance attacks mercenary "contractors" on Airport Road, kills
      > three.
      >
      > A US aggressor officer who refused to give his name reported that
      > three mercenaries had been killed on Saturday morning when their
      > vehicles were attacked by Resistance fighters firing machine guns on
      > the Airport Road leading to Saddam International Airport near
      > Baghdad. The American officer said that those killed were not
      > members of the US military but members of a security force.
      >
      > Another US officer on the scene of the attack, that took place near a
      >
      > US base erected near the airport, that the Resistance attackers were
      > hidden by the side of the road. They opened fire with Kalashnikov
      > assault rifles on the vehicles. An American claimed that the
      > mercenaries returned fire but were wounded in the course of the
      > attack.
      >
      > The three bodies were badly lacerated and burned. There were
      > bloodstains on the road. US troops put the bodies in black bags for
      > transport away.
      >
      > An Agence France Presse (AFP) correspondent said he saw two burning
      > General Motors vehicles with no tires and smashed in front areas.
      >
      > An earlier report carried by the Associated Press indicated that
      > Iraqi Resistance fighters ambushed two sport utility vehicles,
      > favored by Western mercenary contractors, on the road to Saddam
      > International Airport near Baghdad. An Iraqi puppet so-
      > called "Interior Ministry" official, speaking on condition of
      > anonymity, said two or three people were killed but he had no further
      >
      > information.
      >
      > US aggressor troops cordoned off the area of the wrecked and burning
      > SUVs.
      >
      > Resistance kills 17 collaborators at puppet recruiting center.
      >
      > In Mosul, Iraqi Resistance fighters fired a rocket-propelled grenade
      > at an Iraqi puppet "army recruiting center," wounding 17
      > collaborators, hospital and puppet police said.
      >
      > US aggressors battle Jaysh al-Mahdi in Baghdad.
      >
      > On Saturday afternoon, violent battles broke out between US aggressor
      >
      > forces and the Jaysh al-Mahdi militia loyal to Shi`i religious leader
      >
      > Muqtada as-Sadr in the so-called Madinat as-Sadr part of Baghdad.
      > Eyewitnesses reported that a US military vehicle was set ablaze and
      > three mortar shells were fired at a puppet police station.
      >
      > The US aggressor troops carry out patrols along the main street in
      > the district, and it was in the course of one such patrol that a
      > vehicle was attacked and burned, as Jaysh al-Mahdi militiamen spread
      > out in adjacent streets.
      >
      > An Agence France Presse (AFP) correspondent reported seeing the Jaysh
      >
      > al-Mahdi fireing at a puppet police station occupied by Americans as
      > they cheered and chanted in support of Muqtada as-Sadr.
      >
      > Witnesses said that the battle began when US aggressor troops set up
      > a cement barricade in front of the puppet police station. One
      > militiaman carrying a Kalashnikov said that this meant that they did
      > not plan to leave the district.
      >
      > According to the US Associated Press (AP) the American invaders
      > counterattacked, seizing a mortar tube abandoned by the militiamen,
      > witnesses said.
      >
      > Earlier, the US claimed to have killed several Jaysh al-Mahdi
      > militiamen just after midnight when they carried out a rocket-
      > propelled grenade attack on a US vehicle convoy near the police
      > station at 5:00am.
      >
      > Resistance kills foreign profiteer in Mosul.
      >
      > A US military spokesman said that a "foreign worker" was killed and
      > three "civilians" injured in Mosul on Saturday. Al-Jazeera satellite
      >
      > TV reported that Resistance forces fired machine guns at the
      > foreigner's car. According to Agence France Presse (AFP), the ambush
      >
      > took place in the center of Mosul. One car escaped from the attack,
      > according to Joseph Beck, a US military spokesman who added that the
      > wounded had been taken to hospital for treatment.
      >
      > Resistance kills brother of informer on sons of President Saddam
      > Hussein.
      >
      > In Mosul on Saturday, Salah az-Zaydan, brother of the informant who
      > led US aggressor forces to the sons of Iraqi President Saddam
      > Hussein, was assassinated by Resistance fighters, witnesses and
      > hospital officials said Saturday. Three relatives who were with him
      > at the time were also wounded.
      >
      > Az-Zaydan was traveling in a car when Resistance fighters in a
      > passing vehicle opened fire, a hospital official said. Az-Zaydan died
      >
      > instantly and three companions were injured, the officer said. US
      > invader officials have not publicly confirmed who turned in `Uday and
      >
      > Qusay Saddam Hussein, but many people in Mosul have identified him as
      >
      > Nawaf az-Zaydan, who collected the $30 million reward - $15 million
      > for each son. Nawaf az-Zaydan has not been seen since the sons of
      > Saddam Hussein were killed in an hours-long gunbattle at a villa in
      > Mosul in July 2003.
      >
      > Muqtada as-Sadr meets pro-American cleric as-Sistani in an-Najaf.
      >
      > The office of Shi`i religious leader Muqtada as-Sadr issued a
      > statement on Saturday saying that Muqtada as-Sadr had met with the
      > pro-American "higher" Shi`i religious authority, Ayatallah `Ali as-
      > Sistani in as-Sistani's office in an-Najaf.
      >
      > According to al-Jazeera satellite TV, as-Sistani's office confirmed
      > the report issued by as-Sadr's office, but made no indication as to
      > what took place during the meeting.
      >
      > Agence France Presse (AFP) reported that the statement said that as-
      > Sistani had welcomed Muqtada as-Sadr with great warmth and blessed
      > the efforts that as-Sadr had made in recent days.
      >
      > Muqtada as-Sadr wrote a sermon delivered on Friday 29 May on his
      > behalf that contained sharp attacks on as-Sistani for "remaining
      > silent" when the US attacked holy places.
      >
      > Presumably the "efforts" by as-Sadr which as-Sistani saw fit to
      > praise were Muqtada as-Sadr's apparent efforts to reach a cease-fire
      > deal with the US invader troops, an arrangement that seemed to be
      > finally going into force in an-Najaf on Saturday.
      >
      > Cease fire arrangement progresses in an-Najaf.
      >
      > Under a deal worked out between Shi`i religious authorities leaders
      > and the Jaysh al-Mahdi militia loyal to Muqtada as-Sadr militia, the
      > Jaysh al-Mahdi is supposed to pull back from the Islamic shrines in
      > the twin cities of an-Najaf and al-Kufah and hand over security to
      > Iraqi puppet police, according to the puppet governor of an-
      > Najaf `Adnan az-Zurufi.
      >
      > At the puppet governor's request, the US invader troops agreed to
      > stay away from the Imam `Ali Shrine in an-Najaf and the mosque in al-
      > Kufah where Muqtada as-Sadr preaches to give Iraqi puppet security
      > forces a chance to end the standoff.
      >
      > By midday Saturday, as-Sadr's fighters remained at the most sensitive
      >
      > religious sites but were no longer brandishing weapons, an aide to
      > the Shi`i religious leader said.
      >
      > The chief of the puppet police in an-Najaf, Sayyid Ghalib al-
      > Jaza'iri, told the US Associated Press (AP) that he would send puppet
      >
      > police in civilian clothes to the site to "assess the situation." He
      > complained that his men were too poorly armed and equipped to take
      > over right away.
      >
      > "We are responsible for all the holy sites now," al-Jaza'iri
      > said. "We went through the city of an-Najaf, we are in control and we
      >
      > have capabilities. And I have a reserve force."
      >
      > Sources:
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34792
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34773
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34771
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34759
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34749
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34739
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34724
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34720
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34705
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34698
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34687
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34681
      > http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?
      > tmpl=story&u=/ap/20040605/ap_on_re_mi_ea/iraq&cid=540&ncid=716
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > Sunday, 6 June 2004.
      >
      > Resistance strike hits US base in at-Taji, two American troops
      > reported "injured."
      >
      > An Iraqi Resistance car bomb exploded Sunday near the gate to a US-
      > run training base north of Baghdad, killing nine people and injuring
      > at least 30 others, including three American aggressor soldiers, the
      > US military admitted. It was the latest of a series of Resistance
      > attacks against occupation forces and their Iraqi stooges.
      >
      > The US military said that the explosion resulted from the detonation
      > of an explosives-laden car. Al-Jazeera satellite TV reported that an
      >
      > initial explosion came when a fuel truck blew up. This was followed
      > by the explosion of an explosives-laden car that appears to have been
      >
      > driven by a martyrdom attacker.
      >
      > Ambulances, Humvees and Iraqi puppet police rushed to evacuate the
      > injured at the at-Taji air base, 20km (12 miles) north of Baghdad. US
      >
      > occupation soldiers closed off the area at the former Iraqi air force
      >
      > base now used by the US Army's 1st Cavalry Division.
      >
      > Resistance hits puppet police station north of Baghdad killing seven
      > puppet policemen.
      >
      > Thirteen persons were killed and 10 others wounded in an Iraqi
      > Resistance attack on Saturday upon a puppet police station in al-
      > Musayyib, 70km (45 miles) south of Baghdad. According to Agence
      > France Presse (AFP) the figures were provided by an official in a
      > hospital in the city.
      >
      > The American Associated Press (AP) reported that seven stooge
      > policemen were killed in the attack. The AP said that eight
      > Resistance fighters disguised as puppet police stormed a police
      > station in al-Musayyib, 70 kilometers (45 miles) south of Baghdad,
      > killing seven officers.
      >
      > Bashir Husayn, Director of the Emergency Ward in al-Musayyib General
      > Hospital told the AFP, "We received 11 bodies and two other bodies
      > were taken to the al-Hillah General Hospital. There are also 10 ten
      > wounded, most of them only slightly wounded."
      >
      > Al-Jazeera satellite TV reported a puppet police officer as saying
      > that Resistance fighters dressed as puppet police came into the
      > station in al-Musayyib and forced the puppet policemen at gunpoint
      > into the prisoner cells. The Resistance fighters then planted
      > explosives and blew up the building.
      >
      > US admits, one soldier killed, another wounded in Sunday Resistance
      > mortar barrage.
      >
      > The US aggressor military admitted on Sunday evening that one
      > American soldier had been killed and another wounded during the day
      > in an Iraqi Resistance mortar attack near Baghdad. Agence France
      > Presse (AFP) reported the US propaganda admission.
      >
      > Jaysh al-Mahdi strikes puppet police station in Baghdad.
      >
      > Jaysh al-Mahdi fighters blasted a puppet police station in the
      > Baghdad neighborhood nicknamed "Madinat as-Sadr" on Sunday, rigging
      > the building with explosives after US invader soldiers and Iraqi
      > puppet police fled. Jaysh al-Mahdi militiamen burst into the
      > building and sprayed it with automatic weapons fire. They then
      > ordered the surviving puppet police out and planted explosives which
      > they later detonated.
      >
      > UK admits: One Briton killed, three wounded Saturday in Resistance
      > attack near Mosul.
      >
      > The British Foreign Office announced on Sunday that one British
      > subject was killed and three others wounded when Iraqi Resistance
      > fighters opened fire on their vehicle Saturday in Mosul, northern
      > Iraq.
      >
      > Agence France Presse (AFP) reported that a spokeswoman for the
      > British Foreign Office made the admission. She gave no information
      > as to whether the dead and wounded were military personnel or
      > mercenary contractors profiteering from the American occupation. She
      >
      > also gave no details of the circumstances in which the Britons were
      > killed and wounded.
      >
      > Roadside bomb wounds two puppet police in Baghdad.
      >
      > A roadside bomb exploded in the Baghdad neighborhood
      > nicknamed "Madinat as-Sadr" on Sunday as a US invader convoy passed.
      >
      > The US made no reports of casualties or losses in the attack,
      > probably carried out by the Jaysh al-Mahdi. Iraqi puppet police
      > asserted that two puppet policemen were injured and a 14-year-old boy
      >
      > killed in the attack.
      >
      > Two big blasts shake US "green zone" headquarters in Baghdad Sunday
      > night.
      >
      > Two powerful explosions shook the US occupation headquarters in
      > Baghdad on Sunday evening. The area around the Republican Palace,
      > dubbed "the Green Zone" by the American invaders, was the scene of
      > the blasts reported by al-Jazeera satellite TV. No further details
      > were provided, however.
      >
      > The so-called "Green Zone" is subject to intensive US security
      > arrangements, yet the Iraqi Resistance manages to target the zone on
      > nearly a daily basis.
      >
      > Resistance bomb strikes US convoy on road to Tikrit base, puppet
      > policeman reported killed.
      >
      > An Iraqi puppet policeman reported that one puppet policeman and
      > one "civilian" had been killed and nine other puppet police wounded
      > when a bomb exploded in at-Tuz, 75km south of Kirkuk in northern Iraq
      >
      > on Sunday. Agence France Presse (AFP) reported Major General of the
      > puppet police `Abbas Muhammad Amin, the chief of puppet police in at-
      > Tuz, as saying that "the bomb was placed by the main road in the
      > city, a route frequently travelled by the US troops. The road links
      > at-Tuz with the US base in Tikrit."
      >
      > Amin added that that bomb exploded as the US column was passing,
      > causing the death of one puppet policeman and one "civilian" and
      > wounding nine other puppet policemen, five of them seriously.
      >
      > There was no mention of US casualties.
      >
      > Mercenary driver killed, one US soldier wounded in al-Hudaythah,
      > Saturday.
      >
      > The US military admitted early Sunday that an Iraqi Resistance
      > roadside bomb exploded northwest of Baghdad on Saturday killing
      > a "civilian" profiteer who was driving a vehicle for the US
      > aggressors and wounding one US soldier. The US military told Reuters
      >
      > that the attack occurred in al-Hudaythah, 200km northwest of
      > Baghdad. The wounded soldier was reportedly a part of the support
      > force for the 13th Brigade. The nationality of the mercenary driver
      > was not disclosed.
      >
      > Translator for US aggressor troops kidnapped by Resistance.
      >
      > The American Associated Press (AP) reported that three Resistance
      > fighters kidnapped a translator working for the US aggressor forces.
      >
      > The translator, Hasan `Abd al-Hadi, was kidnapped as he went to buy
      > tea for his aggressor "friends" at a local Iraqi restaurant,
      > according to Iraqi puppet police officer Ziyad `Abid.
      >
      > The first response from the US Marine invaders with whom `Abd al-Hadi
      >
      > worked was that they began raids and searchers of all the houses in
      > the vicinity of the restaurant, one after another. The US Marines
      > were unable to find the collaborator, however, nor were they able to
      > get anyone to lead them to him.
      >
      > Resistance kills two Polish profiteers.
      >
      > Two Polish contract profiteers were killed when Iraqi Resistance
      > forces opened fire according to a report carried by al-Jazeera
      > satellite TV, quoting Polish TV.
      >
      > Poland, a satellite regime of the United States, has 2,400 troops
      > serving the US imperialists in Iraq.
      >
      > Polish Foreign Ministry: two other dead profiteers probably American.
      >
      > The Polish Foreign Ministry announced on Sunday that it is possible
      > that two American "civilian" mercenaries were killed along with two
      > Polish profiteers. All were employed by an American mercenary
      > company named Blackwater that served the US occupation of Iraq. One
      > of their convoys was attacked on Saturday.
      >
      > Reuters reported officials in the Foreign Ministry in Warsaw as
      > saying that charred bodies of four persons were found in the truck
      > that was attacked, and they believed that in addition to the two
      > Poles, the other bodies might be those of Americans employed by
      > Blackwater.
      >
      > Poland: dead Poles were elite commandos.
      >
      > Mafkarat al-Islam reported on Sunday that the Polish Press Agency
      > (PAP) reported that the Polish "civilian" mercenaries killed by the
      > Iraqi Resistance on Saturday, in fact belonged to a detachment of
      > Polish commandos, a unit by the name of Crom. PAP reported that the
      > men had been recruited by Blackwater, an American mercenary company
      > profiteering in Iraq.
      >
      > Iranian arrested for planting bombs in Ba`qubah market.
      >
      > A source in the Iraqi puppet police announced on Sunday that an
      > Iranian had been arrested in the city of Ba`qubah, northeast of
      > Baghdad, as he was trying to plant a number of bombs in a popular
      > market in the city.
      >
      > According to Quds Press, the puppet police source said that the
      > Iranian individual was carrying several bombs in a large bag that was
      >
      > placed in a location in the market. A number of Iraqi citizens
      > discovered the bombs, the source reported, and informed the puppet
      > police of the matter. The puppet police investigated and arrested
      > the Iranian.
      >
      >
      > Sources:
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34888
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34880
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34871
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34870
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDNews=34868
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34847
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34841
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34834
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34830
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34828
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34818
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34810
      > http://www.islammemo.cc/news/one_news.asp?IDnews=34797
      > http://news.yahoo.com/news?
      > tmpl=story&u=/ap/20040606/ap_on_re_mi_ea/iraq_31
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