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Saddam Hussein’s handwritten order to shoot rockets at Israel

Posted by avideditor on January 23, 2011

More proof that Saddam Hussein was a crazy jihadis. Don’t buy into the that he was secular.
From http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/01/saddam-husseins-handwritten-order-to.html

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Iraq: Jihad-martyrdom bomber murders 60, wounds 150 police recruits

Posted by avideditor on January 18, 2011

Is it 0bama and the other libtards fault for rushing to leave when the enemy still existed in Iraq?
From Iraq: Jihad-martyrdom bomber murders 60, wounds 150 police recruits

Trying to depress the number of Iraqis who dare to work in the government or law enforcement. “Suicide bomber targets police recruits in Tikrit; nearly 60 believed dead, 150 more wounded.” by Michael Sheridan in the New York Daily News, January 18 (thanks to Daniel):

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Christians felling to turkey ISLAMIC GENOCIDE OF CHRISTIANS IN IRAQ: “RELIGIOUSLY MOTIVATED PEOPLE WHO ENGAGED THEIR VICTIMS IN THEOLOGICAL CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ISLAM”

Posted by avideditor on January 17, 2011

WARNING SOME OF THESE PICS ARE NSFW

From http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2011/01/islamic-genocide-of-christians-in-iraq-religiously-motivated-people-who-engaged-their-victims-in-the.html and http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/01/iraq-christians-fleeing-to-turkey.htm
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Terrorized by increasing extremist attacks, more and more Iraqi Christians are fleeing in panic to neighboring Muslim-majority Turkey, among them solitary minors sent away by desperate parents.

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US Soldiers Killed By Iraqi Who Smuggled Real Bullets Into Training Exercise

Posted by avideditor on January 17, 2011

Looks like the jihadis are infiltrating and taking back over Iraq. Thanks 0bama.
From here US Soldiers Killed By Iraqi Who Smuggled Real Bullets Into Training Exercise
Two U.S. troops were killed Saturday by an Iraqi soldier who apparently smuggled real bullets into a training exercise and opened fire, raising fresh concerns about insurgents worming into the nation’s security forces as the Americans prepare to leave by the year’s end.

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Weapons of Mass destruction found finally in Iraq

Posted by avideditor on February 5, 2010

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Iraq to sue Israel over destroyed reactor

Posted by avideditor on January 5, 2010

Iraq to sue Israel over destroyed reactor: “

Iraqi MP says UN resolution backs suit against Israel for bombing Tammuz nuclear reactor in 1981
Roee Nahmias

An Iraqi parliament member said Tuesday that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki plans to sue Israel for damages done to his country following its destruction of the Tammuz nuclear reactor.

The Air Force bombed the site in 1981. Now, 29 years later, al-Maliki has instructed the Foreign Ministry in Baghdad to clarify with the UN whether it would be possible to extract compensation from Israel.

An Iraqi source told the German DPA that MP Mohammad Naji said UN Resolution 487, approved after the strike, allowed his country to sue Israel.

‘Al-Maliki’s appeal follows an answer received from the UN Secretariat by the government of Iraq on November 25, which says Iraq has a right to demand compensation for the damage Israel did to it with the attack on the reactor, through a neutral committee which will assess the extent of the damage,’ the report says.

Naji estimated that Baghdad would complete the suit very soon. In an interview with the Iraqi al-Sabaah, he said a number of parliament members were leading the initiative and ‘trying to carry out international decisions on the matter’.

Every time you think you have seen it all something comes along to prove you wrong.

I guess next the Germans are going to sue Israel because they have psychological issues that came from murdering 6,000,000 Jews.

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Abbas starts a riot in Jerusalem. Was he also responsible for the more than 150 killed in Iraq?

Posted by avideditor on October 25, 2009

6a00d8341cc4c553ef0120a674c00a970c-200wiThere is a world wide jihad that is going on to take over the world. Abbas might be part of the network that is blowing up people in Iraq. Well Abbas’s Aid was arrested at the riot. No one in the world is safe until the jihad network is destroyed and the ideas are no longer thought to innocent children. Here is some news about the terrorist attack in Iraq. Here Here Here and Here

Well any ways it is a fact that Abbas started the biggest riots in Jerusalem.

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Some Amazing War Porn

Posted by avideditor on May 29, 2009

HT Holiger Awakens 

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President Bush Compares Iraq, Afghan Wars To World War II WE ARE FIGHTING A WORLD WAR AGAINST ISLAMIC EXTREMIST WAKE UP AMERICA

Posted by avideditor on May 29, 2008

I found this on Pat Dollard and I agree completely. It is time the american public wakes up and realizes what we are fighting for our survival. The jihadis want to establish an Islamic Caliphate world wide we need to realize that Jihadis are just as bad as Nazis. 

President Bush Compares Iraq, Afghan Wars To World War II

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I have to agree….

Were in a fight for our freedom…

Same fight, different enemy….

All I have to ask is….

When can we drop 2 nukes on Tehran to end it for the win?

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (CNN) — President Bush told the 2008 graduating class at the U.S. Air Force Academy on Wednesday that the “only way America could lose the war on terror is if we defeat ourselves.”

Speaking on a cloudy day at Falcon Stadium, the president compared the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to America’s earlier conflicts, particularly World War II.

“Our nation is once again contending with an ideology that seeks to sow anger, hatred and despair: the ideology of Islamic extremism,” he said.

“In today’s struggle, we are once again facing evil men who despise freedom and despise America and aim to subject millions to their violent rule.

“We assumed this obligation before,” he said, referring to the rebuilding of Germany and Japan after World War II, a conflict that saw the loss of more than 400,000 American lives. Watch more of Bush’s speech »

“Germany and Japan, once mortal enemies, are now allies of the United States. And people across the world have reaped the benefits from that alliance,” he said. “Today, we must do the same in Afghanistan and Iraq. … We’ll lay the foundation of peace for generations to come.”

But today’s wars differ from those of the past, Bush acknowledged, and not only because of modern technology that allows “greater precision” in warfare.

One challenge is that in the past, in Germany and Japan, the work of rebuilding took place in relative quiet,” he said.

“Today, we’re helping emerging democracies rebuild under fire from terrorist networks and state sponsors of terror. This is a difficult and unprecedented task — and we’re learning as we go.”

The measure of success in war has changed, he said.

“In the past … there were public surrenders, a signing ceremony on the deck of a battleship, victory parades in American cities. Today, when the war continues after the regime has fallen, the definition of success is more complicated.”

Nonetheless, he said, in Iraq and Afghanistan, there is a clear definition of success: when those countries are rid of al Qaeda, when they are economically viable, when they are democracies that can govern effectively and when they are strong allies on the war on terror.

“These successes will come,” he told the class. “And when they do, our nation will have achieved victory, and the American people will be more secure.

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Netanyahu: Iraq Problem Will Pale In Comparison To Nuclear Iran

Posted by avideditor on April 9, 2008

Watch the video:

Benjamin Netanyahu talks about how, for the entire world, the problem with Iran and its nuclear ambitions will make Iraq look like a walk in the park.

HT PAT DOLLARD:

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Lieberman On Iraq/Middle East: Our Fight Includes Preventing Iranian Domination

Posted by avideditor on April 7, 2008

I wish more dems thought like Lieberman on foreign policy. Hopefully this will lead to bombing Iran before it is too late.

Lieberman On Iraq/Middle East: Our Fight Includes Preventing Iranian Domination: ”

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In this article Joe Lieberman said: “The Iranians have American blood on their hands.”

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“Today’s antiwar politicians have effectively turned John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address on its head, urging Americans to refuse to pay any price, or bear any burden, to assure the survival of liberty.”

Joe Lieberman and Lindsey Graham co-authored a fantastic opinion piece in today’s Wall Street Journal addressing the advances in Iraq, the upcoming Petraeus report, and preventing Iranian domination of the Middle East. Below are portions of that piece entitled “Iraq and Its Costs”:

When Gen. David Petraeus testifies before Congress tomorrow, he will step into an American political landscape dramatically different from the one he faced when he last spoke on Capitol Hill seven months ago.

This time Gen. Petraeus returns to Washington having led one of the most remarkably successful military operations in American history. His antiwar critics, meanwhile, face a crisis of credibility – having confidently predicted the failure of the surge, and been proven decidedly wrong.

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No one can deny the dramatic improvements in security in Iraq achieved by Gen. Petraeus, the brave troops under his command, and the Iraqi Security Forces. From June 2007 through February 2008, deaths from ethno-sectarian violence in Baghdad have fallen approximately 90%. American casualties have also fallen sharply, down by 70%.

Al Qaeda in Iraq has been swept from its former strongholds in Anbar province and Baghdad. The liberation of these areas was made possible by the surge, which empowered Iraqi Muslims to reject the Islamist extremists who had previously terrorized them into submission. Any time Muslims take up arms against Osama bin Laden, his agents and sympathizers, the world is a safer place.
In the past seven months, the other main argument offered by critics of the Petraeus strategy has also begun to collapse: namely, the alleged lack of Iraqi political progress.

Antiwar forces last September latched onto the Iraqi government’s failure to pass “benchmark” legislation, relentlessly hammering Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki as hopelessly sectarian and unwilling to confront Iranian-backed Shiite militias. Here as well, however, the critics in Washington have been proven wrong.

In recent months, the Iraqi government, encouraged by our Ambassador in Iraq, Ryan Crocker, has passed benchmark legislation on such politically difficult issues as de-Baathification, amnesty, the budget and provincial elections. After boycotting the last round of elections, Sunnis now stand ready to vote by the millions in the provincial elections this autumn. The Iraqi economy is growing at a brisk 7% and inflation is down dramatically.

And, in launching the recent offensive in Basra, Mr. Maliki has demonstrated that he has the political will to take on the Shiite militias and criminal gangs, which he recently condemned as “worse than al Qaeda.”

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Most importantly, Iran also continues to wage a vicious and escalating proxy war against the Iraqi government and the U.S. military. The Iranians have American blood on their hands. They are responsible, through the extremist agents they have trained and equipped, for the deaths of hundreds of our men and women in uniform. Increasingly, our fight in Iraq cannot be separated from our larger struggle to prevent the emergence of an Iranian-dominated Middle East.

These continuing threats from Iran and al Qaeda underscore why we believe that decisions about the next steps in Iraq should be determined by the recommendations of Gen. Petraeus, based on conditions on the ground.

It is also why it is imperative to be cautious about the speed and scope of any troop withdrawals in the months ahead, rather than imposing a political timeline for troop withdrawal against the recommendation of our military.

Unable to make the case that the surge has failed, antiwar forces have adopted a new set of talking points, emphasizing the “costs” of our involvement in Iraq, hoping to exploit Americans’ current economic anxieties.

Today’s antiwar politicians have effectively turned John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address on its head, urging Americans to refuse to pay any price, or bear any burden, to assure the survival of liberty. This is wrong. The fact is that America’s prosperity at home and security abroad are bound together. We will not fare well in a world in which al Qaeda and Iran can claim that they have defeated us in Iraq and are ascendant.

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…had we followed the path proposed by antiwar groups and retreated in defeat, the war would have been lost, emboldening and empowering violent jihadists for generations to come.

The success we are now achieving also has consequences far beyond Iraq’s borders in the larger, global struggle against Islamist extremism. Thanks to the surge, Iraq today is looking increasingly like Osama bin Laden’s worst nightmare: an Arab country, in the heart of the Middle East, in which hundreds of thousands of Muslims – both Sunni and Shiite – are rising up and fighting, shoulder to shoulder with American soldiers, against al Qaeda and its hateful ideology.

Read the full Wall Street Journal article by Joe Lieberman and Lindsey Graham here.

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More Iranian Weapons found in Iraq

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

I have found this informative article on Atlas Shrugs 

More Iranian Weapons found in Iraq: “

Iran_weapons_iraqForgive me if I repeat myself, Bill Rogggio has the report over at The Long War – by G-d without men like Roggio and Totten where would we get the news over there? Read the whole thing here. (hat tip rut)

Iran establishedthe Ramazan Corps in western Iran to manage the covert war inside Iraq inearly 2003. The Ramazan Corps is an arm of Qods Force, the special operationsbranch of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps. The Ramazan Corps isresponsible for smuggling weapons and cash into the Mahdi Army and the SpecialGroups terror cells, as well as recruiting and training Iraqi operatives.

I said this last week and I will say it again. Everyone is talking about should we or shouldn’t we go to war with Iran, take out their nukes. The thing is, IRAN IS ALREADY AT WAR WITH US waging it the most effective way they know, through Iranian foreign legions (Hamas, Hezb’Allah) and their proxy Syria.Just because we (in the West) wont acknowledge it, or prefer toignore it, doesnt mean it doesnt exist. It means you forfeit. In anybattle, war or any ‘competition’, if you fail to show up, you lose.Israel is the merely the club Islam chooses to bat about the head of the US (and the West)

 

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There are lies damn lies and then Islamic Propaganda

Posted by avideditor on March 19, 2008

See what the jihadis think about our war against them. It is funny they sound just like the left and they are projecting there ability to lie on us. Well here is a blog entry for you jihadis at MPACUK. Well here is a blog entry for you jihadis at MPACUK.  MPACUK is just like CAIR but it is the british version.

Warning the following link and segment contains Islmo-fasicst propaganda

This is the war that started with lies, and continues with lie after lie after lie: “It has been a war of lies from the start. All governments lie in wartime but American and British propaganda in Iraq over the past five years has been more untruthful than in any conflict since the First World War. The outcome has been an official picture of Iraq akin to fantasy and an inability to learn from mistakes because of a refusal to admit that any occurred. Yet the war began with just such a mistake. Five years ago, on the evening of 19 March 2003, President George Bush appeared on American television to say that military action had started against Iraq.” 

 

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