False-Flag Terror: US Killing Iraqi Children, Civilians?

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False-Flag Terror: US Killing Iraqi Children, Civilians?

Postby Starman » Mon Jul 18, 2005 3:18 pm

The kind of duplicious false-flag terrorism descrobed below to increase sectarian strife and tribal/religious rivalry in an effort to sabotage and confound Iraq's popular resistance movement is getting more and more attention lately -- both in Iraq by word-of-mouth and bloggers, and in the alternative/web media. The link to the London bombings is evident as a ploy to keep the public distracted and in a state of heightened fear.<br><br>Recall a recent story that the Iraq puppet police forces were allegedly bringing single-male drivers in for questioning to 'clear-up' a minor manner, while explosives were secretly placed in their cars; Upon their release, the unwitting drivers drove away and their car-bomb was detonated remotely when they were at an appropriate place for another dastardly 'suicide bombing' against a rival group to be claimed. Apparently, a driver became suspicious when he noticed his car was driving as if loaded-down with a hundred + extra pounds; Upon checking, he found a large quantity of dynamite or tnt had been installed beneath the rear seat. Cute, eh?<br><br>Such can be expected when violence becomes institutionalized in an ruthless 'end justifies means' moral rationalization. As the Pentagon/neocons have so dramatically overplayed their hand and made serious errors of judgement, compounding the enormous problem of dominating Iraqi by a combination of overwhelming force, guile, intimidation and deceit, they believe they simply MUST prevail in Iraq -- so any means necesary becomes the operational guideline. <br><br>As we've seen, there are NO limits to the sheer brutality and horror the military killing-machine unleashed by the Bush Inc. neocon thugs is capable of, as the troopers have been conditioned to think of all Iraqis as lower than animals and not worthy of a second-thought. THAT'S the ugly, bitter truth of what America harbors in its collective psyche.<br><br>I also see a commonality with the attitude of arrogant contempt deliberately fostered in Israeli troops against Palestinians, which of course the US has been lavishly funding and diplomatically excusing. I wouldn't be surprised to learn that many of the cold-blooded snipers who shot-down unarmed women, children and old men, even waving white flags or obviously wounded during the destruction-seige of Falluja, were Israeli commandos. A variation of, "Kill 'em all, Let the God of Abraham sort 'em out!" It's enough to make me weep.<br><br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://iraqwar.mirror-world.ru/article/57068">iraqwar.mirror-world.ru/article/57068</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br>Baghdad. <br><br>Iraqi experts accuse US forces of being behind car bombing that killed 32 children three days ago. <br>Iraqi sources are saying that the car bombing last Wednesday that killed some 32 local children was the work not of the Iraqi Resistance but of the US occupation troops. <br><br>A traffic lieutenant who asked not to be identified told Mafkarat al-Islam that US solders came racing crazily out of the street less than a minute before the explosion. Then after the blast they did not go back to where it happened but continued to hurry out of the area. <br><br>A captain in the fire department who asked not to be identified told Mafkarat al-Islam that the explosion was extremely powerful and left a big crater in the earth – something that other car bombs do not do. The captain said that this was because the bombs used by the Iraqi Resistance are made from Russian-made TNT that was in the possession of the Army of the Republic of Iraq before the US occupation. <br><br>He said that former soldiers are very familiar with the effects of such explosives, and know that during an explosion it blows upwards, not downwards, and for this reason US forces prohibit the taking of photographs from the scenes of attacks where the effects of explosions are obvious. <br><br>When the Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent asked the fire captain what he meant by his remarks and whether he was accusing the Americans of setting the blast, he replied, “The Traffic Stop Director for the area, Ahmad Kamal was fired because of his statement one hour after the explosion in which he said that the US forces were behind the blast. This was regarded as an ‘irresponsible statement’ by him and attributed to the fact that he had lost control of himself and had a breakdown after the bombing and to the fact that he is a Sunni and does not want to believe that what is happening in Iraq is ‘terrorism’.” <br><br>(For coverage of the bombing on the day it occurred, see: “Car bomb targets US checkpoint in ar-Rustamiyah,” in the Iraqi Resistance Report for Wednesday, 13 July 2005.) <br>****<br>follow-up:<br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.uruknet.info/?p=13824">www.uruknet.info/?p=13824</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br>Who Murdered 32 Iraqi Children? (Truth Comes Out)<br>Layth, Iraqwar.mirror-world.ru - Mufakirat Al-Islam<br>July 17, 2005<br>An independent investigation of the murder last week of 32 Iraqi children has been conducted by a local Iraqi news location (Mufakirat Al-Islam / Islamemo.cc) with results as follows:<br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.islammemo.cc/taqrer/one_news.asp?IDnews=457">www.islammemo.cc/taqrer/o...IDnews=457</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br>The writing is in Arabic, so I will translate some highlights for non-Arabic speakers:<br><br>- All major Iraqi Resistance groups issued joint written communiqué that was distributed on Thursday proclaiming that this operation was not undertaken by any of the groups neither in terms of execution or planning or involvement.<br><br>- Interview with local residents of the bombing stated that US forces cordoned off the street under the pretence that a vehicle (a KIA) parked in the street was wired to explode.<br><br>- Local residents stated that the US soldiers began handing out candy and schoolbags attracting the children.<br><br>- When residents, fearing for their children, asked about the KIA car , the US soldiers said that it was a 'false alarm' and that there was no bomb (but that a couple of US soldiers remained fiddling with the car).<br><br>- Children from neighboring streets came upon hearing of the sweets and free bags (as well as a rumor that Pokemon toys were being given out).<br><br>- After a period of about 15 minutes from them entering the street, the US forces dumped the remaining toys/sweets in a pile in the middle of the street and frantically drove off hitting 4 children in the process with their vehicle.<br><br>- Seconds later, the KIA vehicle exploded killing 32 children and wounding about ten others who were gathered in the street.<br><br>- Residents also reported that, contrary to what the US military stated, there were no US casualties or injuries from this blast as the US forces had rushed out of the street just before the explosion took place.<br><br>- Information gathered from the Iraqi fire services stated that the explosion did not leave the signature traces of a TNT blast as used by the Resistance (being left over from Russian explosives used by the Iraqi army), as the TNT blast is always outward from the place of explosion and does not leave a crater as this car bomb did.<br><br>In conclusion, the evidence and interviews revealed what was obvious from the very start...That this evil crime was perpetrated by occupation forces with the objective of murdering Iraqi children and blaming the national Resistance so as to lessen its base of support (sounds like Vietnam tactics all over again - Phoenix).<br><br>May God grant peace to the dead, victory to the Resistance, and shame and retribution to the occupiers and their allies/supporters.<br><br>Article nr. 13824 sent on 18-jul-2005 06:02 ECT<br>The address of this page is : www.uruknet.info?p=13824<br>The incoming address of this article is : <br>iraqwar.mirror-world.ru/article/57076 <br>***<br>From Jihad Unspun cache-page (original apparently 'dissapeared) from google search for July 13 on follow-up children killed by car-bomb in which US troops are implicated: (BTW: The reports of resistance attacks and US troops injured/killed are WAAAY more than what's being promoted by MSM; For instance, Iraq Resistance Report for July 13 recounts some 26-44 US soldiers killed in guerrilla attacks-- but no mention of the children killed by a car-bomb, <!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://iraqwar.mirror-world.ru/article/56770):">iraqwar.mirror-world.ru/article/56770):</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:Eu9MDYxnPbQJ:www.jihadunspun.com/index-side_internal.php%3Farticle%3D103515%26list%3D/home.php+Iraq+Resistance+Report+July+13+Children+bombing&hl=en">72.14.207.104/search?q=ca...bing&hl=en</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br>WAS reported Iraqi puppet police sources as claiming that 25 Iraqis had been killed, included seven children and at least 25 more were injured. In an earlier report, the puppet police had listed the number of Iraqi dead as four and the number of wounded as nine.<br><br>The BBC reported that the large number of reported civilian casualties was due to the fact that the American troops were handing out candy to local children. <br><br>American forces frequently have taken to hiding behind human shields in situations that they find threatening. They distribute sweets, tee-shirts, sports balls or other cheap gifts – providing themselves with human shields in an effort to fend off Resistance attacks. Parents are regularly warned that US troops are always targets of the Resistance and children must be kept away from them at all times.<br><br>**<br>Al-Musayyib. <br>Suspicious bomb attack kills 60 people in al-Musayyib Saturday. <br>At least 60 persons were killed and more than 80 others wounded when an explosion occurred on Saturday evening by a fuel station near a Shi‘i mosque in al-Musayyib city, south of Baghdad. The puppet police announced that the blast set nearby homes, shops and a crowded coffee house ablaze, causing a high casualty count. <br><br>Early reports, such as that by Agence France Presse (AFP) and monitored late Saturday night by Mafkarat al-Islam, quoted a puppet police spokesman as saying that the blast occurred when a man wearing an explosive belt blew himself up near a fuel tank truck. <br><br>Then in a dispatch posted at 2:19am Sunday morning Mecca time (11:19pm Saturday GMT) al-Jazeera satellite TV reported the puppet so-called “Iraqi interior ministry” as saying that the blast was caused by a bomb planted in a fuel tank truck that was parked in the popular district where there is neither a puppet police station nor were there any American troops. <br><br>Comment -- Which seems to suggest this is another suspicious bombing as there wasn't any legitimate target, troops or quisling forces. <br><br>Another report on the killing of 11 'suspects' by the Iraqi Special Forces assembled from some of the biggest, meanest, baddest thugs from Saddam-era soldiers whose propensity for cruelty, torture, summary executions and brutality seems to model the US's own 'high' regard for the efficacy of human rights abuses -- and whose abuses US officials are tacitly condoning. Imagine the trauma and Post Traumatic Stress being inflicted on Iraq's citizens and esp. children -- an issue that is NEVER even acknowledged in 'polite' American society.<br>Shame!!!<br><br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://iraqwar.mirror-world.ru/article/56770">iraqwar.mirror-world.ru/article/56770</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br>Tortured, murdered bodies of 11 Sunnis found. They had been arrested by puppet police. <br><br>The discovery of the bodies of 11 Iraqi Sunnis, one of them the Imam of a local mosque, to the east of the so-called Madinat as-Sadr section of Baghdad prompted the Sunni Waqf Pious Endowment Board to demand an investigation into the circumstances of the killings. <br><br>Families of the dead reported that their loved ones were shot to death but that their bodies also bore clear signs of torture. They said that they had last seen their relatives when Iraqi puppet police had arrested them, according to a report by Agence France Presse (AFP) published in the Khaleej Times newspaper for Wednesday, 13 July 2005. <br><br>The 11 were arrested in a puppet police commando raid in the early hours of Sunday in a northern district of Baghdad, according to a puppet official who asked not to be identified. <br><br>Their bodies were found dumped in the north of the city on Tuesday, the source added. AFP reported that there was no immediate reaction from the puppet police. <br><br>“The bodies all bore torture marks and bullet wounds to the back of the head,” the Waqf official said. <br><br>The head of the Waqf, ‘Adnan ad-Dulaymi, for his part on Wednesday called for an official investigation into the case and asked that its results be made public. <br><br>“This isn’t the first time this sort of thing has happened,” ad-Dulaymi said in a statement. <br><br>“We want to know who is responsible for such horrible crimes,” he added. <br><br>There have been numerous allegations of arbitrary arrest, torture, and murder of Sunnis by special puppet police forces over the past few months, particularly since Shi‘i chauvinist Ibrahim al-Ja‘fari was installed by the US occupation forces as “prime minister” of the puppet regime in April. Numerous US think tanks have pushed the idea of partitioning Iraq along sectarian and ethnic lines and Shi‘i chauvinist militias and security forces have been stirring up sectarian tensions as the Iraqi Resistance grows ever stronger. <br>**<br>The connection between escalating violence as a purposeful US tactic and the agenda of stirring-up sectarian tensions could hardly be less hidden.<br><br>Kurt Nimmo reports on one instance of Iraqi censorship of independant news, where a blogger was arrested by the notorious, reconstituted 'Iraq Intelligence' aka Security Services for 'blogging' -- telling-it-like-it-is -- because obviously the PTB want a hammerlock on 'truth' so the people don't find out what's REALLY happening.<br>Jeez -- What can ya say, but shame, shame, and shame?<br>Starman<br><br>Free Iraqi Blogger Khalid Jarrar <<!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://kurtnimmo.com/blog/?p=834>">kurtnimmo.com/blog/?p=834></a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--> <br>Saturday July 16th 2005, 4:24 pm <br>The only news and information worth a damn coming out of occupied Iraq comes from Dahr Jamial and the Iraqi bloggers. In order to enforce a total vacuum-lock on the truth, the Iraqi puppet government and the Pentagon are in the process of eliminating the truth-seekers—for instance, Khalid Jarrar, who posts a blog entitled Tell Me a Secret <<!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://secretsinbaghdad.blogspot.com/>.">secretsinbaghdad.blogspot.com/>.</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--> <br><br>RoeyinNC, posting on Daily Kos, writes: “A few days ago a member of the international blogging community named Khalid Jarrar was picked up by Mokhabarat (Iraqi intelligence) at his university and remains under custody. His brother Raed Jarrar, (from the now famous Where is Raed? Salam Pax Baghdad Blogger Duo) reports that his charges relate to his blogging.” (See this news item <<!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.uruknet.info/?p=m13757&l=i&size=1&hd=0>">www.uruknet.info/?p=m1375...ze=1&hd=0></a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--> on the Uruknet site.) Not surprisingly, Jarrar’s abduction was not mentioned by the corporate media since he is an Arab, a blogger, and not associated with the corporate media (imagine the response if Geraldo Rivera was abducted by Iraqi intelligence). <br><br>Please go here and sign an online petition <<!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/820522461>">www.thepetitionsite.com/t...820522461></a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--> demanding Khalid Jarrar be released immediately. <br>Permanent link to this post <<!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://kurtnimmo.com/blog/?p=834>">kurtnimmo.com/blog/?p=834></a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br> <p></p><i></i>
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Re: False-Flag Terror: US Killing Iraqi Children, Civilians?

Postby heath7 » Mon Jul 18, 2005 3:51 pm

Because of the severity of the uruknet article, I did some background research on them before posting. They appear to be legitimate. They are one of the most popular websites in the world for reporting on Iraq, and they are included as a resource on Google News (I mention this only because Google is notorious for disallowing controversial sources who don't toe the official line).<br><br>With that disclaimer out of the way, what are these whackjobs not capable of?!?!<br><br>I've also thought the coalition complicit in the several bombings that kill gatherings of Iraqi police recruits, if only for the reason that these recruits were obvious targets of the 'insurgents', and the coalition would have them gathered in the open street, by the hundreds, like so many sitting ducks.<br><br>Can their be any doubt that its the US military's objective to create civil war in Iraq? By the bombing of these children, it seems they want civil war in Iraq yesterday! And of course after this bloody weekend in Iraq <!--EZCODE BOLD START--><strong>ALL</strong><!--EZCODE BOLD END--> the mainstream American articles are declaring Iraq on the very brink of civil war, while blaming the violence and impending strife on the approaching trial of Saddam.<br><br>With the release of the Downing Street Memo, some heat was added to the debate that the Bush administration prepared poorly for the aftermath of his invasion. It was so convenient for them to pretend the troops would be welcomed with flowers, because it helped their case with the blind and ignorant before the war, and is serving their plans for catastrophe after.<br><br>I'm stupid <p></p><i>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p097.ezboard.com/brigorousintuition.showUserPublicProfile?gid=heath7>heath7</A> at: 7/18/05 9:24 pm<br></i>
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Re: False-Flag Terror: US Killing Iraqi Children, Civilians?

Postby Sweejak » Mon Jul 18, 2005 11:58 pm

I should be stunned. I am. <br><br>I have no way to verify it. A satellite photo would be nice. They left the scene before the bomb went off.<br><br>Aside from that, a civil war is in the freakin plans according to some documents from the 80's. <p></p><i></i>
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