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#181 SteelTrap

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Posted 19 September 2003 - 04:06 AM

"Glorious Red Army "

... no longer exists. Got their asses kicked by everybody who ever opposed them, except the nazis, who (the nazis) were nothing more than self-important German twats who got their asses kicked by the allies.

Bye bye nazis. Bye bye red army. F u c k you all! I p i s s on your dumb graves!
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Posted 19 September 2003 - 04:22 AM

"8 U.S. Soldiers Killed In West Baghdad: Al-Arabiya"

Is it Cossack, Funze, or what?
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Posted 19 September 2003 - 04:25 AM

"I demand you apologize right now to the Red Army"

I apologize. The red army is a bunch of p u s s i e s who have never done anything other than lose whatever bull s h i t cause they were defending. They should be regarded as such. Sorry red army. Go home to mommy. The capitalist army might blow you down again.
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Posted 19 September 2003 - 08:23 AM

Borussia
They day is coming when they will have no choice but to recognise the reality of their situation.
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Posted 19 September 2003 - 08:57 AM

KHALDIYAH, Iraq (AFP) - A US convoy took heavy casualties in an ambush, witnesses said, as Iraq (news - web sites) erupted in a spate of anti-US attacks after the release of another purported message from Saddam Hussein (news - web sites).


No official toll was available from the mid-afternoon incident but the witnesses reported seeing between four and eight badly burned US soldiers pulled out of one military vehicle engulfed in flames.


Dubai-based Al-Arabiya television said in an unconfirmed report that eight Americans were killed when the convoy hit a roadside bomb and was pelted with rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) as its limped to a nearby base.


The attack was the latest in a Sunni flashpoint area west of Baghdad. It came amid a series of assaults on US troops around the country after release Wednesday of an alleged tape by Saddam exhorting Iraqis to renewed resistance.


The US military said Thursday two soldiers were wounded in an attack near the town of Ramadi west of Khaldiyah, but would not confirm reports of heavy casualties in the same general area.


US soldiers also shot up a car belonging to the US news agency Associated Press when its reporters tried to film a burning vehicle in Khaldiyah, the AP staffers said. The two reporters and driver, all Iraqis, were unhurt.


Some 300 Iraqi demonstrators celebrated the attack on the convoy, brandishing bits of American vehicles, hoisting portraits of Saddam and pledging to die for the dictator ousted by US-led forces in April.


"With our blood, with our soul, we will sacrifice for you O Saddam" and "Saddam is the glory of my country," they chanted. Others danced joyously around at least two US vehicles swallowed by flames and thick black smoke.


Witnesses in Khaldiyah, 80 kilometers (50 miles) west of Baghdad, said the attack was triggered by a bomb that went off underneath an American vehicle that caught fire with about 10 US soldiers inside.


Mahmud Ali saw eight burned troops taken from the bombed vehicle hit while the convoy was passing through Khaldiyah en route from the town of Fallujah toward Ramadi. Yusuf Ali, 40, no relation, said he saw four victims.


"A bomb exploded underneath a troop transport. It caught fire. The remainder of the convoy tried to continue and was hit by rocket-propelled grenades 500 meters (yards) away," said Mahmud Ali.


The Americans tried to seal off the road and call in reinforcements but the convoy was hit at least twice by RPGs as it continued on its way toward a nearby base. At least one other vehicle was set ablaze.


A US helicopter circled the area, apparently poised to evacuate the wounded but did not land, the witnesses said. A loud explosion was heard in the town towards late afternoon and another in the evening but there was no report of damage or casualties.


US military officials would not discuss reports of heavy casualties, saying only that two soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division were wounded and three vehicles damaged by a bomb and small-arms attack near Ramadi.


US soldiers also reported a loud explosion near a bank in Ramadi Thursday evening, but said there were no injuries. No further details were immediately available.


The Khaldiyah attacks occurred a day after hospital officials in nearby Fallujah said US soldiers had killed an Iraqi teenager and wounded six other people after becoming spooked by celebratory gunfire at a wedding.


That incident further fueled tensions in the town where US soldiers shot dead nine Iraqi security officers last Friday in a "friendly fire" incident.





But the Khaldiyah ambush was only one of a series of attacks on US forces Thursday.

Six mortar rounds were fired at Baghdad international airport at 3:00 pm (1100 GMT), said US army spokesman Sergeant Mark Ingham. He gave no further details.

A US army base in Samarra, 110 kilometres (65 miles) north of Baghdad, was also hit by mortar fire on Thursday, Ingham added. No one was wounded and no vehicles were damaged in that incident.

In the northern city of Mosul, US troops came under a series of grenade and rocket attacks that began shortly before midnight and targeted a position at the entrance to the city, a restaurant and a hotel.

The US military confirmed one incident, saying that five rockets hit the Civil Military Operations Center office in Mosul late Wednesday, damaging some vehicles and leaving two people slightly wounded.

Two Iraqi policemen were found dead, their throats slit, on the sidewalk in front of Mosul's US-supported television station around midnight, according to an employee of the station, Samir Abed Rabbo, 50.
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Posted 19 September 2003 - 06:10 PM

Did not mujahadeen kick hell out of the russians some years ago? what ive noticed is there are som short memories on this site, that the russian as an army is a load of unpaid security gaurds, untrained and full ill equiped. your spetznats is no more than police men now. russia couldnt even handle chechneya:p
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Posted 21 September 2003 - 12:53 AM

Another Day, Another Death-Trap For The US

by Robert Fisk

09/19/03: (The Independent: UK) The American Humvee had burnt out, the US troop transporter had been smashed by rockets and an Iraqi lorry
- riddled by American bullets in the aftermath of the attack - still lay smoldering on the central reservation.

"I saw the Americans flying through the air, blasted upwards," an Iraqi mechanic with an oil lamp in his garage said - not, I thought, without some
satisfaction. "The wounded Americans were on the road, shouting and screaming."

The US authorities in Iraq - who only report their own deaths, never those of Iraqis - acknowledged three US soldiers dead. There may be up to
eight dead, not counting the wounded. Several Iraqis described seeing arms and legs and pieces of uniform scattered across the highway.

It may well turn out to be the most costly ambush the Americans have suffered since they occupied Iraq - and this on the very day that George Bush
admitted for the first time that there was no link between Saddam Hussein and the 11 September assault on the United States. And as American
Abrams tanks thrashed down the darkened highway outside Khaldiya last night - the soft-skinned Humvee jeeps were no longer to be seen in the
town - the full implications of the ambush became clear.

There were three separate ambushes in Khaldiya and the guerrillas showed a new sophistication. Even as I left the scene of the killings after dark,
US army flares were dripping over the semi-desert plain 100 miles west of Baghdad while red tracer fire raced along the horizon behind the palm
trees. It might have been a scene from a Vietnam movie, even an archive newsreel clip; for this is now tough, lethal guerrilla country for the
Americans, a death-trap for them almost every day.

As usual, the American military spokesmen had "no information" on this extraordinary ambush. But Iraqis at the scene gave a chilling account of the
attack. A bomb - apparently buried beneath the central reservation of the four-lane highway - exploded beside an American truck carrying at least
10 US soldiers and, almost immediately, a rocket-propelled grenade hit a Humvee carrying three soldiers behind the lorry.

"The Americans opened fire at all the Iraqis they could see - at all of us," Yahyia, an Iraqi truck driver, said. "They don't care about the Iraqis." The
bullet holes show that the US troops fired at least 22 rounds into the Iraqi lorry that was following their vehicles when their world exploded around
them.

The mud hut homes of the dirt-poor Iraqi families who live on the 30-foot embankment of earth and sand above the road were laced with American
rifle fire. The guerrillas - interestingly, the locals called them mujahedin, "holy warriors" - then fired rocket-propelled grenades at the undamaged
vehicles of the American convoy as they tried to escape. A quarter of a mile down the road - again from a ridge of sand and earth - more grenades
were launched at the Americans.

Again, according to the Sunni Muslim Iraqis of this traditionally Saddamite town, the Americans fired back, this time shooting into a crowd of
bystanders who had left their homes at the sound of the shooting. Several, including the driver of the truck that was hit by the Americans after the
initial bombing, were wounded and taken to hospital for treatment in the nearest city to the west, Ramadi.

"They opened fire randomly at us, very heavy fire," Adel, the mechanic with the oil lamp, said. "They don't care about us. They don't care about the
Iraqi people, and we will have to suffer this again. But I tell you that they will suffer for what they did to us today. They will pay the price in blood."

Jamel, a shopkeeper who saw the battle, insisted - and in Iraq, it is what people believe that governs emotion, not necessarily reality - that 60
Americans were killed or wounded in a mortar attack on the former Iraqi (and former RAF) air base at Habbaniyeh last week. Untrue, of course.
But as we spoke, mortar fire crashed down on Habbaniyeh, its detonation lighting up the darkness as explosions vibrated through the ground
beneath our feet. This was guerrilla warfare on a co-ordinated scale, planned and practiced long in advance. To set up even yesterday's ambush
required considerable planning, a team of perhaps 20 men and the ability to choose the best terrain for an ambush.

That is exactly what the Iraqis did. The embankment above the road gave the gunmen cover and a half-mile wide view of the US convoy. They must
have known the Americans would have opened fire at anything that moved in the aftermath - indeed, the guerrillas probably hoped they would - and
angry crowds in the town of Khaldiya were claiming last night that 20 Iraqi civilians had been wounded.

Six days ago, American soldiers killed eight US-trained Iraqi policemen and a Jordanian hospital guard 14 miles away in Fallujah, claiming at first
that they had "no information" on the shootings, and then apologizing - but without providing the slightest explanation for the killings. Several Iraqis in
Khaldiya suggested that yesterday's ambush may have been a revenge attack for the slaughter of the policemen.

True or false, that is what the guerrillas may well claim. Do they, many Iraqis wonder, follow the political trials of President Bush and Prime Minister
Blair? Was the devastating attack timed to coincide with Mr Bush's increasing embarrassment over the false claims that Iraq possessed weapons of
mass destruction? Unlikely. But yesterday when the former UN weapons inspector Hans Blix condemned the "culture of spin, the culture of hyping"
- in reference to the Anglo-American exaggeration of Saddam Hussein's threat to the world - some of his words may have found their mark in Iraq.
"In the Middle Ages," Mr Blix said, "when people were convinced there were witches, they certainly found them."

Now Mr Bush is convinced he is fighting a vast international "terrorist" network and that its agents are closing in for a final battle in Iraq. And the
Iraqi mujahedin are ready to turn the American President's fantasies into reality.

I couldn't help noticing the graffiti on a wall in Fallujah. It was written in Arabic, in a careful, precise hand, by someone who had taken his time to
produce a real threat.

"He who gives the slightest help to the Americans," the graffiti read, "is a traitor and a collaborator."

C 2003 The Independent: UK
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#188 Firoz Ali

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Posted 21 September 2003 - 07:15 AM

Thanks a lot for the update

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Posted 21 September 2003 - 10:11 AM

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Two U.S. military police officers were killed and 13 were injured in a mortar attack on the Abu Ghraib prison west of Baghdad, the military reported Sunday.


The attack took place at about 10 p.m. Saturday and injured no inmates in the prison.


The deaths brought to at least, 164 the number of U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq (news - web sites) since May 1 when President Bush (news - web sites) declared major fighting was over. During the heavy fighting before then, 138 soldiers died.
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#190 rayko

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Posted 21 September 2003 - 10:31 AM

The truth of the matter is that the US is making great strides in Iraq. The Iraqi people are free to see and hear the TRUTH of what is going on in THEIR Country. Services are being returned, despite the actions of a very few loyalists and imported hate mongers. The US will prevail in their intended goals.
The Iraqi's are an intelligent people, they see the efforts of the coallition as a great benefit to their country now and in the future. The training of Iraqi police and Army will eventually bring about peace to a troubled country.
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Posted 21 September 2003 - 03:09 PM

3 U.S. Soldiers Killed In Iraq,
http://www.islam-onl...article03.shtml

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
So what now, USA? Having fun yet? hehe



BAGHDAD, September 21 (IslamOnline.net & News) - Three U.S. soldiers
were killed and 13 others wounded late Saturday, September 20, in two
separate attacks west of Baghdad, one day after a woman member of
the U.S.-appointed Iraq's interim Governing Council, Akila al-Hashimi, was
shot and seriously wounded.

A U.S. military spokesman said in a statement that a mortar attack at
Abu Ghareb prison, about 20 kilometers west of Baghdad, killed two U.S.
soldiers and wounded 13 others, reported Agence France-Presse (AFP).

"Two 800th Military Police Brigades soldiers died and 13 were wounded
when two mortars hit the Abu Gharib prison on September 20 at
approximately 9:54 pm (1754 GMT)," the statement said.

Abu Gharib prison, which houses 500 prisoners, has been the scene of
frequent attacks.

The last fatal assault was on August 16 when five Iraqi detainees were killed and 67 wounded by mortars.

U.S. Brigadier General Janis Karpinski told reporters on a tour of the facility last week that "four nights out of seven we get attacked with mortars, rocket or AK-47s."

In Ramadi, 110 kilometers west of Baghdad, the U.S. army confirmed that one American soldier was killed in a bomb attack on a military vehicle on Saturday.

It said the blast went off at about 9:30 pm (1730 GMT). The soldier's military vehicle was hit with an
"improvised explosive device" and he was "pronounced dead en route to a combat support hospital," the army said in a statement, without naming the American.

Three U.S. soldiers were killed and two wounded late Thursday, September 18, in an ambush near the Iraqi
town of Tikrit, hours after 8 soldiers were killed in an attack on an American convoy in the town of Khaldiyah, west of Baghdad.

The deaths bring to at least 82 the number of U.S. soldiers killed in attacks in Iraq since May 1, when U.S.
President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations.
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Posted 21 September 2003 - 11:10 PM

Yep,

Iraqi freedom fighters are kicking American arse day in and day out!


In the three weeks from August 23 to September 15 the Americans
have lost 27 soldiers in Iraq, according to the Arabic satellite TV network Al
Jazeera quoting the Armed Wing of the Islamic Resistance v Brigades of the
September 20 Revolution. According to the statement, ?resistance fighters
destroyed 24 US tanks and other fighting vehicles, killed 12 and wounded 15


http://www.vor.ru/ne...dex_eng.phtml#5

the zio-fascists are running out of bodybags
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Posted 23 September 2003 - 07:36 AM

Abu Gharib prison, which houses 500 prisoners, has been the scene of
frequent attacks.

The last fatal assault was on August 16 when five Iraqi detainees were killed and 67 wounded by mortars.

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Obviously we are not dealing with Bonnie and Clyde here. They realized the importance of their friends being able to move once they 'sprung' them from prison.

If all the numbers were given I bet these people are killing ten times more of their own than us. Include other people trying to help them, I got my ten times for sure.

The American people are watching many things here. Just one of the things they are seeing is a mentality that would gladly slit a stewardesses throat and commandeer an aircraft because their 'spiritual' leader thought it was a good idea.

I don't think Iraq had much to do with international terrorism. They harbored some from long ago but I have read Saddam Hussein kept a close watch on these types.

But the methods a lot of his people use to react to the situation tells me many there would have loved to be at the wheel.

The one or two people Pravda keeps 'swatting' away probably are beyond all help. But in places where humans have been severely deprived of hope it is not so common for them to envision themselves as such geniuses. They will hang to the runners on helicopters, they will climb up the sides of ships, they will tie logs together and head out to sea...for a chance. They will die in the back of a tractor trailer in Texas because they wanted a chance to live a better life.

But when you go there with the prospect of making it happen in their land they just can't imagine something so outlandish. Feathers bristle and fur flies.

My guess is we're going to play this hand out. We're not anywhere near folding. Take heart, a Socialist friend was not lost because none was there to begin with. I saw all those donkey carts.
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#194 rayko

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Posted 23 September 2003 - 10:06 AM

Originally posted by Borussia
Rayko,

Nuff

U wrote:
"The Iraqi people are free to see and hear the
TRUTH of what is going on in THEIR Country."
Ha ha ha ha ha ha

Sorry but this statement is so moronic!

Iraqis are free to hear the US PROPAGANDA !

God ! where do you live?

"He who gives the slightest help to the Americans is a traitor and a collaborator."

And this is the truth!


borussia
The question is where are you getting your info from?
Since the ousting of Sadam and his crew, there has been an explosion of satellite dish's in Iraq. The people are free to get their news from ANYWHERE they choose. Dish's were banned under Saddam, now that the people are being treated like humans they are taking advantage of their new found freedoms.
Your obvious quest for disinformation to fuel your hated of the US is really a peek into what a misinformed moron you are.Try getting your news from places other than Pravda.
Anyone not being able to see the truth is doomed to a sad and miserable life.
By the way, please wipe the dribble off your chin and try not to move your lips while you type.
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Posted 24 September 2003 - 12:20 AM

"Try getting your news from places other than Pravda."

pravda is an excellent source of info, but I agree there are other sources such as

http://www.ln.mid.ru/bl.nsf/eng\
http://www.vor.ru/ne...ex_eng.phtml#12


personally I like pravda the best
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Posted 24 September 2003 - 09:32 AM

For some reason a large percentage of you people seem to think that any news organization coming out of Russia speaks nothing but the truth. What a sad state of affairs that is.

All news is bias, some more than others, the idea is to read between the lines, of that particular services agenda.
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Posted 24 September 2003 - 09:37 AM

In the three weeks from August 23 to September 15 the Americans
have lost 27 soldiers in Iraq, according to the Arabic satellite TV network Al
Jazeera quoting the Armed Wing of the Islamic Resistance v Brigades of the
September 20 Revolution. According to the statement, ?resistance fighters
destroyed 24 US tanks and other fighting vehicles, killed 12 and wounded 15
????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Now there's a reliable source of info, al jazeera.

What a tool!!
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Posted 24 September 2003 - 10:20 AM

AL JAREEZA REPORTING TO YOU LIVE FROM IRAQ

this morning 1,384 of the facist invaders (also known as "americans" by those who are less dedicated to allah and thus traitorous collaborators) were ambushed and killed by 3 11-year-old boys and a little sister. the boys charged bravely, destroying tank after tank by throwing rocks and toys, while the little girl braved the intense fire put down by the disoriented, disenhearted, demoralized fascists hiding in their doomed armored vehicles to bring her brother and his friends more ammo, which appears to have been eggs stolen from her mother's kitchen.
we know this is true because we interviewd the three boys (all of whom were miraculously uninjured although the little girl did accuse them of "not playing fair" due to the fact that she was not allowed to be a "terrorist" too) late this afternoon. american forces appear to have moved into the neighborhood and hidden all evidence of the attack, in keeping with their attempts to hide the staggering casualty rate from the american people...
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Posted 25 September 2003 - 01:34 AM

the best source is Pentagon's briefings the second best would be CNN,

also any Jewish run media is very truthful
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Posted 25 September 2003 - 08:42 AM

This is a taste of the rosy future awaiting collaborators:mad:
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BAGHDAD, Iraq - Aquila al-Hashimi, one of three women on Iraq (news - web sites)'s American-picked Governing Council, died Thursday, five days after she was shot and critically wounded by assailants, the U.S.-led Coalition Provisional Authority reported.


She died about 11:30 a.m., said Gary Thatcher, coalition director of strategic communications.


Al-Hashimi was severely wounded in the attack with gunshots to the abdomen. She was ambushed by six men in a pickup truck while driving near her home in western Baghdad Saturday. She was preparing to attend the United Nations (news - web sites) General Assembly, which opened in New York on Tuesday.


Al-Hashimi had been cared for a U.S. military hospital in the compound at Saddam Hussein (news - web sites)'s former Republican Palace in central Baghdad where the U.S.-led coalition has its headquarters.
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Collaboration will not be tolerated:mad:
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