Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Wednesday, 27 June 2007
Posted by musliminsuffer on June 29, 2007
In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful
=== News Update ===
Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Wednesday, 27 June 2007
Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr, member, editorial board, the Free Arab Voice.
Wednesday, 27 June 2007.
- Protestors in al-Fallujah demand Sunni collaborationist “National Accord Front” resign from puppet “Parliament” since it is doing nothing but legitimize the sectarian regime.
- Iraqi Resistance organization threatens attacks on any members of the puppet “Parliament” who vote to pass US-sponsored law on Iraqi oil export.
- US admits death of Marine in al-Anbar Province on Tuesday.
- Woman, six children killed in US air strike on ash-Shuruqat Wednesday morning.
- US helicopter gun ships destroy eight houses in al-Mawsil killing at least one civilian.
Protestors in al-Fallujah demand Sunni collaborationist “National Accord Front” resign from puppet “Parliament” since it is doing nothing but legitimize the sectarian regime.
In a dispatch posted on its website Wednesday, Quds Press reported that hundreds of residents of al-Fallujah took to the streets on Wednesday to demand that the Sunni “Accord Front” deputies to the puppet “Parliament” resign.
The correspondent for Quds Press reported that the protest march set off from the al-Furqan Mosque and wound its way to the headquarters of the collaborationist Sunni sectarian “Islamic Party” in al-Fallujah – a headquarters that was burned down last year in protest against the pro-American party’s decision to vote for the American-imposed “Constitution” – which was written by American lawyer Noah Feldman.
The “National Accord Front” coalition was created in October 2005 and consists of the “Islamic Party,” the “General Council for the People of Iraq,” the “Iraq National Dialogue Council” and other Sunni sectarian parties and individuals who united under the claim that the way to protect Iraq’s Sunni population from the rampant Shi‘i sectarianism fostered by the United States, was to join in the American-run “political process” and participate in the regimes set up under American auspices. The coalition occupies 44 seats in the puppet “Parliament” and members also hold seats in the cabinet of puppet “Prime Minister” Nuri al-Maliki.
Shaykh Muhammad ‘Aftan, one of the organizers of Wednesday’s protest march, told the correspondent for Quds Press: “the deputies of the ‘National Accord’ have failed to lift the blockade imposed on al-Fallujah three years ago and it’s become clear that they are a plague on the Sunnis. Their participation [in the puppet regime and its political process] just gives legitimacy to the sectarian government, nothing else. The killing has increased, the expulsions of people continue and they cannot do anything significant about it. The constitution hasn’t been changed, the security situation hasn’t got any better, there are no public services, and they acknowledge in their speeches that they cannot push forward or hold back this government. So what are they staying in it for, then?”
Quds Press noted that the “Accord Front” joined the US-imposed “political process” promising in the last “parliamentary election” campaign at the end of 2005 to improve the security situation and public services and to change the constitution. Quds Press reported that in the year and a half since the “Accord Front” joined the US-run political process and then the puppet “governments,” the Sunni population of Iraq has seen no evidence of any improvement in their situation and as a result the popularity of the “Accord Front” has greatly deteriorated.
Iraqi Resistance organization threatens attacks on any members of the puppet “Parliament” who vote to pass US-sponsored law on Iraqi oil export.
In a dispatch posted at 9:19pm Baghdad time Wednesday evening, the Association of Muslim Scholars of Iraq (AMSI) reported that the Iraqi Resistance organization “The Brigades of the 1920 Revolution” denounced the draft “Law on Oil” currently before the puppet “Iraqi Parliament,” calling the measure “a tool to enable the United States to steal Iraq’s oil wealth.”
The AMSI reported that the 1920 Brigades issued a declaration in which they threatened to target any of the members of the puppet “Parliament” who vote for the bill.
The 1920 Brigades’ statement, which was published on the Internet, said that the law “poses a grave danger to our future and represents the attainment by the occupation of one of the goals for which it occupied our country.” The statement warned all those who play any role in the ratification of the bill that “we will regard them as complicit in this ignominious action and they will not escape the punishment of the Mujahideen.”
The AMSI stated in its report that Washington has been pressuring the puppet “government” and “parliament” in Baghdad to hasten the passage of the draft law and of other measures “to facilitate America’s vile aims in Iraq.”
The statement by the 1920 Brigades said that “by the grace of God, the occupation has been stumbling and has found itself in a mess” thanks to the accurate and deadly blows of the Iraqi Resistance. This has impelled the US to try to accelerate its drive to plunder our wealth by means of legalized international theft carried out by getting its puppet government and parliament to decree and ratify the so-called Law on Oil.”
The Brigades of the 1920 Revolution declared in their statement: “We will try by all means to prevent the theft of our resources via all possible routes.”
AMSI noted that Iraq has the third-largest oil reserves in the world
Unexplained car bomb explodes in Shi‘i district of Baghdad Wednesday night.
In a dispatch posted at 10:55pm Makkah time Wednesday night, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that a car bomb exploded on one of the squares in the predominantly Shi‘i district of al-Kazimiyah in northern Baghdad on Wednesday evening.
Mafkarat al-Islam reported a source in the puppet security forces in Baghdad as claiming that at least 10 people were killed and 15 more were wounded in varying degrees of severity when an explosives-packed car that had been parked near ‘Abd al-Muhsin al-Kazimi Square exploded at 9:35pm local time Wednesday evening.
The source said that the explosion also damaged buildings and private cars on both sides of the road.
Resistance car bomb targets puppet police checkpoint on Baghdad bridge Wednesday afternoon.
In a dispatch posted at 10:55pm Makkah time Wednesday night, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance car bomb exploded by a puppet police checkpoint on the al-Jadiriyah bridge in Baghdad on Wednesday afternoon.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the blast killed one puppet policeman and wounded five more of them, in addition to damaging a vehicle at the checkpoint.
Resistance bomb rips through puppet police patrol to the north of Baghdad Wednesday.
In a dispatch posted at 2:25pm Makkah time Wednesday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance car bomb exploded by a puppet police patrol near a crowded market in the as-Salikh area to the north of Baghdad on Wednesday morning.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the blast killed three puppet policemen and wounded 10 more of them. In an earlier dispatch posted at 1:32pm Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses as saying that two patrol cars were burned up by the blast and that they had seen at least three badly burned corpses on the scene.
US admits death of Marine in al-Anbar Province on Tuesday.
In a dispatch posted at 11:29am Makkah time Wednesday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the US military admitted that one more of its Marines had been killed in Iraq’s al-Anbar Province on Tuesday. In keeping with the standard American practice of concealing facts surrounding its losses in Iraq, the US statement offered few other details.
Salah ad-Din Province.
Resistance fighters ambush, kill three puppet policemen near Balad Wednesday.
In a dispatch posted at 9:10pm Baghdad time Wednesday evening, the Association of Muslim Scholars of Iraq (AMSI) reported that Iraqi Resistance fighters set up a dummy check point near the city of Balad, 80km north of Baghdad on Wednesday afternoon and ambushed puppet policemen.
The AMSI reported a source in the puppet police as saying that the road block set up by the fighters surprised three puppet policemen driving home from work in the Yathrib area. As they approached the Iraqi Resistance men sprayed the car with a hail of bullets, killing the three puppet policemen and setting their car on fire.
Woman, six children killed in US air strike on ash-Shuruqat Wednesday morning.
In a dispatch posted at 1:09pm Baghdad time Wednesday afternoon, the Association of Muslim Scholars of Iraq (AMSI) reported that US aircraft killed seven local residents in the area of ash-Shuruqat in northern Salah ad-Din Province on Wednesday morning.
The AMSI reported eyewitnesses as saying that US aircraft struck a house in the al-‘Aythah area of ash-Shuruqat, killing seven people, among them a woman and several children.
Quds Press quoted Captain Jum‘ah al-Jabburi of the puppet police as saying that a US helicopter struck a house in al-‘Aythah at dawn Wednesday, killing seven members of one family, all of them women and children. He noted that the American air raid completely destroyed their house and damaged the residences nearby. He had no information as to why the Americans struck the home.
Local residents told Quds Press that the bodies that they had dug out of the rubble of the house had all been completely crushed.
Resistance bomb kills five puppet policemen in Samarra’.
In a dispatch posted at 2:25pm Makkah time Wednesday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded by a patrol of puppet “Iraqi Interior Ministry Shock Troops (Maghawir)” in the center of Samarra’, 120km north of Baghdad.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported Captain ‘Ali Muhammad ‘Ali of the puppet police as saying that a bomb that had been planted by the side of the road in the Jabaliyah area went off by a patrol of puppet “Shock Troops,” killing five of the puppet troops and tow other individuals. Captain ‘Ali said that after the bomb went off the “Shock Troops” on the patrol opened fire around the area, killing two civilian passers by and wounding two more of them.
Bomb rips through US patrol in al-Miqdadiyah Wednesday morning.
In a dispatch posted at 12:15pm Baghdad time midday Wednesday, the Association of Muslim Scholars of Iraq (AMSI) reported that a bomb exploded by a US patrol in the southern part of the city of al-Miqdadiyah, 85km north of Baghdad at 9am local time Wednesday morning.
The AMSI reported that the blast destroyed a US Humvee. No information on the nature or extent of casualties was available.
Resistance fighters ambush puppet police south of Kirkuk Wednesday.
In a dispatch posted at 8:10pm Makkah time Wednesday evening, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance fighters opened fire on a puppet police patrol in an ambush near the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq on Wednesday.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported sources in the puppet police as saying that Resistance men ambushed a puppet police patrol to the south of Kirkuk, killing four puppet policemen and wounding a fifth.
US helicopter gun ships destroy eight houses in al-Mawsil killing at least one civilian.
In a dispatch posted at 2:51pm Baghdad time Wednesday afternoon, the Association of Muslim Scholars of Iraq (AMSI) reported that US helicopter gun ships attacked a large group of what it said were armed men after coming under small arms fire in the northern Iraqi city of al-Mawsil, the US military announced.
The AMSI reported the US aircraft destroyed eight houses, killing or wounding civilians on the pretext that armed men were in the area.
AMSI reported the American communiqué as claiming that the US helicopters cam under fire from 20 armed men at an intersection in the city as the aircraft were on patrol overhead. The CF helicopters responded to the ground fire, shooting missiles at the houses in the area. The US statement acknowledged that one civilian was killed and two more wounded by the shooting in the area and that eight houses had been destroyed. The US commander in the area apologized for killing civilians and blowing up their homes.
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