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Ali

New Saddam tape surfaces - Mourning his sons!

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Salam..

Latest joke: Saddam comes up on an audio tape, calling his sons martyrs and his family "Hussaini", referring to the king of martyrs, Imam Hussein (as) and compairing his sons to him and his family - A3othobillah!:

LISTEN TO THE TAPE HERE:

http://reuters.feedroom.com/index.jsp?auto...046e207ea168fa7

Purported Saddam Tape Surfaces

Uday, Qusay Called Martyrs

Reuters

July 29, 2003

An audio tape purportedly from former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein aired on an Arab television station Tuesday vowed to defeat the United States to avenge the deaths of his two sons by U.S. forces.

"I mourn to you the deaths of Uday and Qusay and those who struggled with them. You are the honor of this nation. America will be defeated," said the voice on the tape, broadcast by Dubai-based al Arabiya.

"They ... died martyrs in the name of jihad (holy war)," the voice said. The speech was rambling, breaking off in mid-sentence on occasions.

A number of tapes purportedly from Saddam have been broadcast in the past few weeks, but this was the first to refer to the killing of his two sons by U.S. troops last Tuesday in a bloody raid on a villa in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

The U.S. military said troops hunting Saddam had captured three key figures loyal to the deposed dictator, including a top bodyguard, and were closing in on Saddam himself. "They are being questioned as we speak," a U.S. military spokesman said.

Maj. Josslyn Aberle, in Saddam's home town of Tikrit north of Baghdad, told Reuters one of the captured Saddam loyalists put up a brief struggle, and two gunshots were heard as the raid began, but there were no U.S. casualties.

Television pictures filmed through a night vision lens showed a man being escorted from a building by American soldiers, blood seeping through a blindfold.

U.S. troops, who invaded Iraq and divided international opinion to topple Saddam, believe he may be hiding somewhere in the Tigris valley of dusty tomato fields and orchards.

Aberle said Saddam was sure to be captured. "When, I don't know, because he's a master of hiding," she said. "But when people are on the run they get tired and start making mistakes."

U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage said U.S. forces nearly captured Saddam in raids Monday near Tikrit.

"I think most people feel that the noose is tightening pretty regularly around the neck of Saddam Hussein, even today there were three raids and we believe we were just hours behind Saddam Hussein," he said on CNN.

Officers say that after Saddam's feared sons were killed last week -- and Washington promised to pay an Iraqi informant a $30 million reward -- many more Iraqis were coming forward with information on Saddam himself.

The United States is offering $25 million for information leading to the arrest or proof of death of Saddam, toppled from power by U.S.-led forces on April 9.

I say, Let them kill eachother..

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Here is what's next: The army of Saddam will rise, LOL.

Good God! Something raw and smelly is about to hit the fan. I seriously feel something coming up.. soon!

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(salam)

This sounds like the soap series "Days of our lives"...What's next?

(bismillah) (salam)

I'll tell you what's next?

* Saddam & his 'dead sons' will return to power.

* America will give him all the weapons he needs for his next mission.

* America & Britain will leave Iraq after they take their gallons of oil.

* Saddam will start his mission by massacring millions of shia again as he did in 1991 uprising.

* America will celebrate the success of its mysterious game.

* Iraqi people will wake up and will realize it was just a dream! :o

salam

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Selam alaycom,

Just curious, did the one who turned them in actually get the reward that was promised or not?

I guess we can add Saddam to the MIA list along with bin Laden. May he rear his ugly head, stand up and be handed over to the Iraqi people : my idea of justice.

Peace,

Um Ali

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(salam)

(bismillah)

Subhan Allah! Uday and Qusay at-Tikriti are dead. They can't be martyrs for Islam because they aren't Muslim! They are evil, bloodthirsty terrorists!

Allah Hafiz!

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I'll tell you what's next?

* Saddam & his 'dead sons' will return to power.

* America will give him all the weapons he needs for his next mission.

* America & Britain will leave Iraq after they take their gallons of oil.

* Saddam will start his mission by massacring millions of shia again as he did in 1991 uprising.

* America will celebrate the success of its mysterious game.

* Iraqi people will wake up and will realize it was just a dream! :o

salam

sounds about right, the cycle america likes to play with other countries... but saddam wont be the guy. the CIA will set up another sucker, make him fight with another muslim country, prob not iran, since the shia unity when saddam fell between the two countries was surprising to bush, make this sucker do something stupid, like invade kuwait, go to war with him, seize more oil wells, then 13 years later, try and boost the economy by bombing his country and trying to find him.

yup, seems right, unless the shi'a clerics in iraq try and do something like Ayatullah Khomeini (ra) did.

btw, whens the last time anyone heard of developments in afghanistan? :blink:

this world is too corrupt, cant wait for our beloved Imam to return... ameen

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Baghdad Blogger

How can Saddam's family expect a proper burial for their sons, when they have denied thousands of others?

Wednesday July 30, 2003, The Guardian

I can not really say it was very wise to go to Tikrit with foreigners two days after the death of Uday and Qusay was confirmed. They are not very friendly up there in Saddam's home town at the best of times, and now they border on the hostile. I am now Salam "the spy" Pax in Aujah.

That village is the weirdest of places, it is like a ghost town. I had never been there before and although they tell you it is a village, there is nothing village-y about it. The streets are better than the streets of downtown Baghdad and the houses are huge. Did you know that Aujah in Arabic means "the twisted one"? That was the unspoken joke: how is he going to straighten up his act when he comes from a place called Twisted?

His actual birthplace is a small mud hut. It had fallen down and Saddam had it rebuilt in brick, then covered with mud. The funny thing is that there is an American army base right beside it and they had no idea what that "tool shed" was. They just told us that they have been here for a long time and nobody gave them that piece of information. Well, I bet there is a lot they are not telling you about.

The question in Aujah now is how the family is going to get the bodies back "to bury them properly". Someone in Baghdad later told me that proper burial for these two is to dig a hole somewhere in the desert and have the family look for them for years. How can they expect a proper burial for people who have denied it for hundreds of thousands? I know, we need to start dropping the hate and concentrating on our future.

After spending an hour with the friendly Aujah people we went to Tikrit. Right at the entrance to the city, where a Saddam mural used to be there is a piece of graffiti saying, "Saddam is in the heart not on the walls". Oh dear. We had lunch at a chicken place. It seems to be very popular with the Americans based in Tikrit because we had to wait 30 minutes for our grilled chicken.

The Americans were taking out 20 meals. The waiter told me that they come sometimes and order up to 40 grilled chickens, but they never go in. Maybe it is better that they never go in; they would see two pictures of Saddam on the walls inside that restaurant. Saddam is still on the walls despite Mullah Bremer's fatwa concerning the images and propaganda of the old regime. Back in Baghdad, military personnel were standing in long queues waiting for their pay cheque while Saddam's new tape was being aired on al-Jazeera.Saddam is calling for his army to reform while they are waiting for hours to get paid by "the infidel invader".

So, now, disgruntled military personnel can be struck off the list of possible resistance members. That leaves Ba'athists and Islamic extremists. While dealing with these two groups, the Americans will manage to piss off the rest of the population. Take for example the Task Force 20 raid a couple of days ago in Mansur. They got some "intelligence" and surrounded an area that they had bombed with bunker-busting bombs just four months ago. They were not even being shot at or anything. These are people who were driving in their cars through their neighbourhood streets. And got the sheikh of the biggest tribe in Iraq angry in the process. Great job.

Sure hope they don't do this type of thing in Falluja. They would go ballistic there. Demonstrations would be the least of everybody's worries.

Talking of demonstrations, I would like to put in a plug here for the Cafe Demonstration, right in the middle of Firdaws Square in front of the now famous Palestine Hotel. Someone with a sense of humour set up a tent for a couple of days and offered tea, coffee and political banners for demonstrations. Good business sense, as this is the place where all demonstrations take place. Why bother with your own banners and flags? Just go to Cafe Demonstration for a chat, while the owner paints your anti-American banner. Instant demo accessories available. Unfortunately he didn't stay long enough for me to go and ask for a "Salam Pax for president" Banner.

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Qoute: this world is too corrupt, cant wait for our beloved Imam to return... ameen "

You can always strap on some C-4 and get on a bus crowded with Kafir, and blow yourself up.

Or? Allah forbid, you could actually try and help Iraq get back on its feet again, and not perpetuate another senseless blood bath, but that would be asking too much.

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Qoute: this world is too corrupt, cant wait for our beloved Imam to return... ameen "

You can always strap on some C-4 and get on a bus crowded with Kafir, and blow yourself up.

Or? Allah forbid, you could actually try and help Iraq get back on its feet again, and not perpetuate another senseless blood bath, but that would be asking too much.

God forbid you say something relevant one of these days

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Qoute: this world is too corrupt, cant wait for our beloved Imam to return... ameen "

You can always strap on some C-4 and get on a bus crowded with Kafir, and blow yourself up.

Or? Allah forbid, you could actually try and help Iraq get back on its feet again, and not perpetuate another senseless blood bath, but that would be asking too much.

that was really offensive... :o

i dont know how you took in what what i had said, but i'm pretty sure what i meant to write was not what you read.

and unless i was born in the occupied territories, with zionists kiling my family, destroying my home, and shreading my hope strand by strand, i'd never look to that form of jihad.... infact, since i'm a sister, my jiahd is in my home, not on some bus.

i'm really hoping your anger was triggered by something else and not what i said...

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