Sick tactics by U.S.A in Iraq

Discussion in 'Global Affairs' started by Abu Faaris As-Sumalee, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. Abu Faaris As-Sumalee

    Abu Faaris As-Sumalee هذا الطريق فأين الرجال؟

    www.Rense.com

    By Robert Fisk The Independent UK 04/29/06 Excerpts only... "One young Iraqi man told us that he was trained by the Americans as a policeman in Baghdad and he spent 70 per cent of his time learning to drive and 30 per cent in weapons training. They said to him: 'Come back in a week.' When he went back, they gave him a mobile phone and told him to drive into a crowded area near a mosque and phone them. He waited in the car but couldn't get the right mobile signal. So he got out of the car to where he received a better signal. Then his car blew up.

    "There was another man, trained by the Americans for the police. He too was given a mobile and told to drive to an area where there was a crowd - maybe a protest - and to call them and tell them what was happening. Again, his new mobile was not working. So he went to a landline phone and called the Americans and told them: 'Here I am, in the place you sent me and I can tell you what's happening here.' And at that moment there was a big explosion in his car.")

    http://www.rudemacedon.caExcerpts
    Khadduri's report went like this: "A few days ago, an American manned check point confiscated the driver license of a driver and told him to report to an American military camp near Baghdad airport for interrogation and in order to retrieve his license... we have forwarded your papers and license to al-Kadhimia police station for processing. ...The driver did leave in a hurry, but was soon alarmed with a feeling that his car was driving as if carrying a heavy load, and he also became suspicious of a low flying helicopter that kept hovering overhead, as if trailing him. He stopped the car and inspected it carefully. He found nearly 100 kilograms of explosives hidden in the back seat and along the two back doors.

    (2) On May 13, 2005, a 64 years old Iraqi farmer, Haj Haidar Abu Sijjad, took his tomato load in his pickup truck from Hilla to Baghdad, accompanied by Ali, his 11 years old grandson. They were stopped at an American check point and were asked to dismount. ....A minute later, his grandson told him that he saw one of the American soldiers putting a grey melon size object in the back among the tomato containers. "They intended it to explode in Baghdad …'.


    Like the mujahideen of the Islamic state of Iraq have said many times over and over again , they don't and never have blown up cars in civilian areas ,muslim or rafidha , its the Americans who do this to tarnish the reputation of the mujahdeen and turn the people against them.

    Very sick ..... Allahul Musta'aan
     
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2007
  2. Umm Ahmed

    Umm Ahmed 2C oursels as ithers C us

    SubhanAllaah, its all about the oil.
     
  3. Abu Hafsa

    Abu Hafsa New Member

    I guess that answers the questions about all these bombings in civilian populated areas. What do the mainstream media have to say about this...
     
  4. defenderofbusharraf

    defenderofbusharraf Murji'i Scumbag

    i think its partly about the oil. ultimately its about denying muslims the chance to rule their lands and thereby establish a path on the correct aqeedah.

    the west is not really that dependant on middle eastern oil at the end of the day. and day by day that dependency is decreasing. currently, their only interest in middle eastern oil is to set the agenda in terms of prices, as demand and supply affects this. this is probably only a middle term aim.
    america and the west r rapidly sourcing oil from other areas (russia, south america and central asia).

    every intervention by the west (read zionists) into muslim lands has been to snatch leadership from the muslims of their own lands. the kuffar fear the islamic aqeedah much more than our oil.
    the kuffar have learnt their lesson from 1973, and it wont be repeated. that issue has been dealt with.
    they have sleepless nights over the saying of La illaha illallah.
     
  5. Umm Ahmed

    Umm Ahmed 2C oursels as ithers C us

    Yes there is that too , but the kuffar are driven by desires and money is one of the biggest desires they have.
     
  6. gag order

    gag order Anti-Troll

    the plot to occupy muslim land was hatched long before the discovery of oil. their first attempt under the banner of christianity failed.
     
    Last edited: Apr 24, 2007
  7. Abu Hafsa

    Abu Hafsa New Member

    can you provide an exact link for the news peice... cant seem to find it on rense.com
     
  8. defenderofbusharraf

    defenderofbusharraf Murji'i Scumbag


    exactly. they hate us primarily for our religion.
     
  9. gag order

    gag order Anti-Troll

    abu faaris, i strongly disagree with your reference to rabid conspiracy theorists.
     
  10. Abu Faaris As-Sumalee

    Abu Faaris As-Sumalee هذا الطريق فأين الرجال؟

    Asalamu 'Alaykum

    Im just using them as secondary evidence, because they seem to be backing up what the mujahideen in Iraq have been saying for years....by the way isn't Robert Fisk supposed to be one of those respected journalists?.

    here you go bro

    http://news.independent.co.uk/world/fisk/article360624.ece
     
  11. gag order

    gag order Anti-Troll

    robert fisk, an impartial journalist, his objectivity has led some people to accuse him of sympathy for muslim causes as if it was a crime.

    however how is he to know that the anecdotes he collects are infact true?
    the arabs particularly the shiites are fond of conspiracy theories especially the ones that say that there is no jihad in iraq, that alqaida does not really exist and that attacks on shiite militias are carried out by US forces and that isreali commandos are the snipers attacking coalition troops ?
     
    Last edited: Apr 25, 2007

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