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Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Monday, 27 March 2006.
By: Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr on: 28.03.2006 [08:11 ] (290 reads)
･ Four US troops reported killed in Resistance bombing in central ar-Ramadi.
･ Iraqi President calls on Arab Summit to support Iraqi Resistance.
･ Iraqi Vice President ‘Izzat Ibrahim ad-Duri in recorded message broadcast over al-Jazeera satellite TV calls on Arab summit to recognize Resistance as sole, legitimate representative of Iraqi people.
･ Car bomb explodes in Madinat as-Sadr in Baghdad killing two civilians, one day after American offensive against supporters of Muqtada as-Sadr begins with bloody US assault on Shi‘i mosque in that district.
･ Resistance bombs kill five Mossad agents in al-Hillah late Monday morning.
･ Resistance bomb attack north of al-Mahmudiyah reportedly kills three US troops.
･ Resistance fida’i fighter wearing explosive belt detonates in crowd of men volunteering to serve US occupation forces as puppet troops. Fifteen would-be puppet troops reported killed.
･ Resistance blasts British base in al-‘Amarah with Katyusha rockets, heavy mortars at dawn Monday.
? Resistance bombards US headquarters in western ar-Ramadi.
In a dispatch posted at 4:30pm Mecca time Monday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance forces fired three medium-range Katyusha rockets into the US-occupied former headquarters of the Iraqi Army’s 8th Brigade in western ar-Ramadi, some 110km west of Baghdad.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported residents of ar-Ramadi as saying that the rockets scored direct hits on the US-occupied facility, sending plumes of smoke billowing into the sky.
? Four US troops reported killed in Resistance bombing in central ar-Ramadi.
In a dispatch posted at 12:10pm Mecca time midday Monday, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded by a US military column on the main road in the middle of ar-Ramadi.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in ar-Ramadi as saying that a bomb that had been planted by the side of the main road exploded as a column of several American Humvees and personnel carriers was driving past. The explosion destroyed one Zeal personnel carrier, killing four US troops and wounding four more of them, the correspondent reported.
? President of al-Anbar University abducted by unknown persons.
In a bulletin posted at 8pm Mecca time Monday evening, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the President of al-Anbar University, Dr. Rajab ‘Abd al-Hadi had been abducted from his home in the faculty housing area on the University campus in western ar-Ramadi.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that no party had taken responsibility for the abduction nor were the reasons for the kidnapping known.
? Iraqi President Saddam Hussein calls on Arab Summit to support Iraqi Resistance.
In a message to the Arab summit meeting set to convene in Khartoum, the capital of the Sudan on Tuesday, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein warned against US plans aimed at partitioning Iraq into three mini-states, and of planning to use sectarianism to tear the Arab countries apart.
The Iraqi President warned that what is happening in Iraq is not some outburst of passions, but the result of a plan that has been drawn up to split Iraq into three states: a Kurdish one in the north, a Sunni one in the center, and a Shi‘i one in the south.
Saddam Hussein held the US responsible for the bombing of the Shi‘i Imam ‘Abd al-Hadi shrine in Samarra’ on 22 February 2006, and for the campaigns of sectarian kidnapping and murder that have swept the country since.
The Iraqi President began his message by saying that he had resolved to write to the Arab leaders in spite of his deep differences with them. He told them that the Iraqi Resistance is the “fortress upon which the waves of American, Zionist, and Iranian plots will be dashed.”
Saddam Hussein noted that from the beginning of its occupation, the Americans had tried to wreck existing governmental and social institutions and to tear apart the social fabric replacing it with the law of the jungle. The American occupation imposed a sectarian constitution with sectarian political parties and politicians representing one or another ethnic or religious group and imposed a ‘federal system’ all with a view to destroying the cohesiveness of the country and establishing separate statelets.
The Iraqi President asked: if the US were not seeking to split up Iraq, then what is the reason for the US occupation putting the puppet ministries of defense and the interior in the hands of representatives of sectarian militias? Saddam Hussein noted that this effort was not new, it has been a Zionist strategy for decades as documented in the strategy for the region in the 1980s drawn up by Oded Yinon.
He warned the Arab leaders that the turn of their countries in the large-scale American plan to break up the Arab states and take control of the oil wealth of the region was coming. But he pointed out that the Iraqi Resistance had blocked the US plans for Iraq and was preventing the Americans from carrying out their ambitions elsewhere in the region, since US forces were now bogged down in Iraq.
The Iraqi President predicted that the coming year would bring America significantly closer to departing from Iraq and therefore to abandonment of its designs on the region, but the Arab leaders therefore had the choice of being a part of the solution to the problem of American partition of the region by supporting the Iraqi Resistance, or they could contribute to their own doom by offering support to US plans and strategies in Iraq.
Saddam Hussein pointed out that Arab leaders did not have to support the Resistance openly or publicly, but insisted that they must not offer any support for US schemes that involve acceptance of the American-installed order in the country.
The Iraqi President pointed out that the experience of Iraq proved that Resistance against the US onslaught was indeed possible even with the most minimal resources. But the US plan for Iraq was only a blueprint for similar plans to divide other Arab states, as the American effort to partition the Sudan today and its campaign against Arab positions in Lebanon and Syria also showed.
“The victory of Iraq over the occupation will necessarily lead to the collapse of the Zionist plans for Palestine and to the liberation of Syria, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt from American threats and to halting the plans for splitting of Arab North Africa into ‘Arabs and Berbers’,” Saddam Hussein concluded his letter by saying. “Therefore your summit, which can see this situation in all its details, is responsible before God, the Arab Nation, the Islamic world community, and history for what decisions it makes. May God bring you success and guide your steps along the path of liberation, unity, and good.”
Iraqi Vice President ‘Izzat Ibrahim ad-Duri in recorded message broadcast over al-Jazeera satellite TV calls on Arab summit to recognize Resistance as sole, legitimate representative of Iraqi people.
Vice Chairman of the Revolution Command Council of Iraq ‘Izzat Ibrahim ad-Duri sent a message for Arab leaders set to assemble in a summit meeting in Khartoum, the Sudan, on Tuesday calling on them not to recognize the American-installed puppet regime in Baghdad, but to recognize the Iraqi Resistance as the legitimate authority in Iraq.
In an audiotape played on al-Jazeera satellite TV, Vice President ‘Izzat Ibrahim called on Arab leaders to support Iraq by boycotting the American-installed puppet regime in Baghad.
The Iraqi Vice President, whom the Americans have never captured despite offering a US$10 million dollar reward, called for an end to all attacks on Sunni and Shi‘i places of worship and of the acts of murder that have become common in recent weeks.
In the recorded message, ‘Izzat Ibrahim addressed the leaders saying: “Men of official, historical responsibility in the Arab nation, let your summit meeting take a clear, open, courageous decision to recognize the heroic Iraqi national Resistance.” He referred to the Iraqi Resistance as the “sole legitimate representative of the Iraqi people” and called on Arab leaders to give it representation “in their congresses, in the Arab League and in its institutions” and to “support the people of Iraq and their heroic national Resistance and their jihad until liberation”
The Iraqi Vice President called on the Arab leaders to “expel” what he called “the representatives of treason and collaboration who sold out their religion, their homeland, and the Arab Nation for a trifle.” He called on the leaders to “boycott and embargo the regime of collaboration and treason.”
? Car bomb explodes in Madinat as-Sadr in Baghdad one day after American offensive against supporters of Muqtada as-Sadr begins with bloody US assault on Shi‘i mosque in that district.
In a dispatch posted at 2:50pm Mecca time Monday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that a car bomb exploded in the Madinat as-Sadr area of eastern Baghdad.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses who live in Madinat as-Sadr as saying that an explosives-packed car that had been parked by the side of al-Muzaffar Square blew up, killing two civilians and wounding four more of them.
Madinat as-Sadr, a center of activity of the supporters of Shi‘i religious leader Muqtada as-Sadr, was the scene of a major American attack on a Shi‘i Muslim house of worship on Sunday in which the Americans killed 18 of Muqtada as-Sadr’s Jaysh al-Mahdi militia.
The American offensive on Muqtada as-Sadr’s forces follows statements made by US ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad in the American Washington Post newspaper on Friday in which he spoke of the need to suppress the Jaysh al-Mahdi.
? Mysterious bomb kills civilian in southeastern Baghdad’s az-Zuyunah district.
In a dispatch posted at 12:30pm Mecca time Monday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that a mysterious bomb exploded in the Zuyunah area of southeastern Baghdad on Monday morning.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in az-Zuyunah as saying that a bomb on ar-Rabi‘i Street in their area exploded, killing one civilian and wounding two more of them.
In contrast to Iraqi Resistance attacks, which have clear and defined targets ﾐ occupation troops or armed forces, officials, or collaborators with the US-installed puppet regime ﾐ such mysterious bombings, a large wave of which began in late February, appear targeted exclusively on civilians.
Such attacks are widely viewed as a part of an Anglo-American effort to rescue their failing fortunes in Iraq by sparking a sectarian civil war in the country enabling them to fulfill their plans of partitioning the country along ethnic and religious lines.
Salah ad-Din Province.
? Resistance bomb kills three puppet “Shock Troops” south of Samarra’.
In a dispatch posted at 11:30am Mecca time Monday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded by a patrol of Iraqi puppet “Interior Ministry Shock Troops (Maghawir) north of al-Ishaqi (about 100km north of Baghdad) on the road to the city of Samarra’ (about 120km north of Baghdad).
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in al-Ishaqi as saying that the bomb exploded by a passing patrol of puppet “Shock Troops,” destroying one Nissan patrol vehicle and killing three puppet “Shock Troops” and wounding a fourth.
? Iraqi Resistance bomb blasts US patrol south of Yathrib.
In a dispatch posted at 10:50am Mecca time Monday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded by a US patrol on the main road south of the city of Yathrib, about 75km north of Baghdad.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in Yathrib as saying that the bomb went off on a dirt road south of the city as a US patrol was driving past. The explosion disabled one Humvee, killing or wounding its crew of four US troops.
? Resistance bombards US-occupied al-Bakr military base.
In a dispatch posted at 10:50am Mecca time Monday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance forces fired nine mortar rounds into the US al-Bakr base near Yathrib.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that smoke was seen billowing up from within the American-occupied facility.
? Resistance bombs kill five Mossad agents in al-Hillah late Monday morning.
In a dispatch posted at 10:25pm Mecca time Monday night, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the Islamic Army in Iraq Resistance organization had announced its responsibility for planting bombs that blasted a column of Zionist Mossad vehicles, killing five members of the Zionist spy service the Mossad in the city of al-Hillah, about 100km south of Baghdad.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that in a communiqu posted on the Internet, the Islamic Army in Iraq announced: At 11am Monday, 27 Safar 1427 Hijri, the equivalent of 27 March 2006, one of the squadrons of the Islamic Army in Iraq, trusting in God and with His help, destroyed three four-wheel drive GMC Bahbahan vehicles belonging to the ‘Israeli’ Mossad in the an-Nil area of the city of al-Hillah south of Baghdad.” The communiqu said that the explosions killed five Mossad agents and wounded others.
? Resistance bomb attack north of al-Mahmudiyah reportedly kills three US troops.
In a dispatch posted at 11:20am Mecca time Monday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that a large Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded by a US column on the highway north of the city of al-Mahmudiyah, located about 30km south of Baghdad.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in al-Mahmudiyah as saying that the large-yield bomb destroyed one American tank, killing three US troops and severely wounding two more of them.
? Resistance organization takes responsibility for killing five US troops south of Baghdad early Sunday.
In a dispatch posted at 10:45pm Mecca time Monday night, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the Islamic Army in Iraq Resistance organization had announced its responsibility for planting bombs that blasted a US military column, killing five American soldiers in the Muwaylihah area south of al-Latifiyah, which is some 30km south of Baghdad.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that in a communiqu posted on the Internet, the Islamic Army in Iraq announced: “At 6am Sunday, 26 Safar 1427 Hijri, the equivalent of 26 March 2006, one of the squadrons of the Islamic Army in Iraq, trusting in God and with His help, ambushed Crusader forces, completely destroying two Humvees in the Muwaylihah area south of Baghdad.” The communiqu said that the explosions killed five US troops and wounded others.
? Resistance fighter throws hand grenade a puppet police patrol in Mosul.
In a dispatch posted at 2:10pm Mecca time Monday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance fighter threw a hand grenade at a patrol of Iraqi puppet police in the Cultural Complex area of Mosul.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported residents of the area around the Cultural Complex as saying that a Resistance fighter lobbed a hand grenade at a patrol vehicle, destroying the vehicle and seriously wounding three puppet policemen, one of them a lieutenant.
? Resistance fida’i fighter wearing explosive belt detonates in crowd of men volunteering to serve US occupation forces as puppet troops. Forty-one would-be puppet troops reported killed.
In a dispatch posted at 12:10pm Mecca time midday Monday, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance fida’i fighter wearing an explosive belt blew himself up in a line of men volunteering to serve the US occupation in its new puppet army. The Resistance attack took place in the al-Kasik base, some 25km west of Mosul.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported a source in the Iraqi puppet police as saying that a Resistance fighter wearing an explosive belt blew up in the middle of a group of volunteers, killing 15 of them and wounding more than 17.
Then in a dispatch posted at 3:25pm Mecca time Monday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the number of dead in the Resistance attack on the collaborator recruiting drive had risen to 41 killed and 15 wounded.
Survivors of the blast told the correspondent for Quds Press that a group of US soldiers were standing near the place where the explosion took place just before the blast and they thought it probable that a number of American troops must also be among the dead. American spokesman denied that any US troops were killed in the Resistance attack.
In a dispatch posted at 11pm Mecca time Monday night, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the Resistance attacker had detonated himself in the midst of volunteers who were responding to a American advertisements a few days earlier calling for volunteers to sign up for service in the puppet forces and receive monthly pay of US$900.
The Tall ‘Afar correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported a source in the Iraqi Resistance as saying that nine of the men killed in the Monday attack had been wanted by the Resistance. Five of them had been sentenced to death by the Resistance Islamic law court after it had been proven that they had served as spies for the US occupation forces, causing harm to Iraqi Resistance fighters in the city.
The correspondent said that the attack had been well-planned and carried out with precision. All those killed in the attack were supporters of the US occupation. In a statement posted on the Internet the Consultative Council of the Mujahideen, a Resistance organization the majority of whose members belong to al-Qa‘idah, took responsibility for the attack.
? Resistance fighters ambush Iraqi puppet police patrol in central Mosul.
In a dispatch posted at 11:10am Mecca time Monday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance fighters ambushed a patrol of Iraqi puppet police in the at-Tahrir neighborhood of central Mosul in northern Iraq.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in Mosul as saying that Resistance fighters armed with light and medium weapons attacked a puppet police patrol, disabling a patrol vehicle and killing one puppet policeman and wounding two more.
? Resistance blasts British base in al-‘Amarah with Katyusha rockets, heavy mortars at dawn Monday.
In a dispatch posted at 1:30pm Mecca time Monday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance forces fired six Katyusha rockets and seven heavy 120mm mortar rounds into the headquarters of British occupation troops in the city of al-‘Amarah in southeastern Iraq, some 60km from the Iranian border at dawn on Monday.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in the al-Wahdah neighborhood that lies adjacent to the British base as saying that the barrage set off violent explosions inside the facility and sent plumes of smoke rising over it. Military helicopters were observed hovering at low altitudes over the base and surrounding areas after the attack.
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