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Eye Raki

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  1. Thursday, September 28, 2006 · Last updated 4:47 a.m. PT Iraq convicts 22 suspected insurgents THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Iraq's Central Criminal Court said Thursday it had convicted 22 suspected insurgents of a range of crimes, including weapons violations and illegally entering the country. The defendants were convicted in proceedings from Sept. 8 to Sept. 14, and sentences ranged from one year in prison to 15 years, the court said. Those convicted of passport violations and entering the country illegally included men from Syria, Yemen and France. A Lebanese man, Muhammed Ahmad Salah, also admitted coming to Iraq to fight coalition forces, the court said. An Iraqi man, Abdul-Elwareth Al-Said Abdul-Elwareth Al-Maghrabi, was sentenced to 10 years on illegal weapons violations. The court said he was found in possession of weapons including 28 rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) warheads, five SKS machine guns, three AKS assault rifles, 10,000 AK-47 rounds, and 400 14.5 mm anti-aircraft rounds. Two other Iraqis, Najah Gomer Kalib and Mohammed Mahda, were sentenced to one year each after being convicted of opening fire on coalition forces. Since its establishment in April 2004, the Central Criminal Court has held 1,537 trials for suspected insurgents. The proceedings have resulted in 1,309 convictions with sentences ranging up to death. http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/national/110...onvictions.html Not beheading...the terrorists in Iraq are hanged.
  2. Such noble and honourable men, such courage and strength in the face of Islam's enemies...I just wonder what they were doing in 1991.
  3. Who cars if they husbands, fathers and/or brothers? They are terrorists and they deserve to be executed. More to come Inshallah.
  4. A ba3thi is a ba3thi, Syrian or Iraqi makes no difference. Saddam was a dictator, Asad IS a dictator. Nasrallah will never speak out against the ba3thi racist pan-Arabs because they are anti-Israel, and that for him, is more important.
  5. How can you expect Nasrallah to say a single bad thing about Hizbul Ba3th!? Syria is ruled by Hizbul Ba3th...Nasrallah has never, and will never condemn the ba3th party...It doesnt matter to him that it was this party which was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands if not millions of Iraqi's...It doesnt matter to him that Syria is ruled by a dictator...as long as the Syrians are his ally, and as long as they remain anti-US & anti-Israel...he will always support them.
  6. 10 'terrorists' executed in Iraq http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/038...02098D28A21.htm Thursday 21 September 2006, 17:02 Makka Time, 14:02 GMT Iraq's northern Kurdistan administration has executed 10 people, officially described as terrorists, sentenced to death for taking part in beheadings and bombings. "According to a judicial decision, 10 'terrorists' of the group led by Sheikh Zhana Abdel Karim Barzanzi were executed today in Arbil," a security official said on Thursday. Barzanzi, a Kurdish graduate in mechanical engineering, was one of the 10 who were convicted in March of leading a cell linked to the Islamist group Ansar al-Sunna. The official said that during their interrogation the group had admitted to beheading people and carrying out bomb attacks in Arbil and Dohuk.
  7. Electricity in Najaf is pretty awful...They get 1 or 2 hours just before fajr (for suhoor) and again 1 or 2 hours just before maghrib (for fu6oor)...The rest of the day there is no electricity.
  8. He will be sentenced to death and hanged soon inshallah
  9. (bismillah) (salam) http://www.sotaliraq.com/aliraq/Football.3gp
  10. Starting with the Sunni terrorists who come from Suadi, Jordan and Syria.
  11. He was a ba3thi at first, didnt really enjoy being a ba3thi so he joined the Iraqi Communist Party, then got abit bored and decided to become an Islamist Shia. But apparently hes secular minded. Either he was confused, or he was very confused.
  12. I thought he was Iranian/Afghani. First time i hear about a Pakistani origin.
  13. If the Republicans want him to step down, and the Vice-President is telling him to step down, then yes he should step down. If its the secular Shia and Sunni's and Kurd's telling Ja3fary to step down, thats one thing. But when its people from his own list, its another.
  14. By his own people, people within the UIA. Do you seriously think Da3wa and the Sadrists can form a government without SCIRI and the independant politicians!? ALL of them put together cannot even form a government. Ja3fary barely got 50% within his OWN list (UIA), which makes up less than 50% of the parliament, how does he expect two thirds of them to vote for a government!?
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