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Syrian Sister

Us Soldiers Killed In Iraq

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The war isn't over untill it's over. Untill the last soldier the resistance will keep fighting.

Two US soldiers have been killed in attacks this month

And untill the last minute the americans will still be disgusting criminals, 8 years later, once again randomly firing at civilians when their convoy gets attacked.

"A roadside bomb hit a US convoy in Yusifiyah on the road to Hilla," an interior ministry official said. "American forces opened fire randomly, killing two civilians and wounding five."

http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5j8Iq4I5fQzumov_0CtTfJDP4xtOw?docId=CNG.f2a3a0fa4ad4e680720e79b2681beb07.121

Got to hand it to the Iraqies, they promised us a sweet sweet victory and we are almost there, they just NEVER say DIE unless ofcourse they are speaking to the enemy.

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Dont blame the US , blame yourselves. Many innocent civilians died as a result of this war but thats how the sunnah of Allah swt works. Iraqis led a brutal campaign against Iran and Kuwait, hundreds of thousands died, where was the mass resistance then? Where was the majority shias in Saddam's army when they were ordered to war against civilians? Amongst you were traitors who refused to give up their worldy positions and chose to stay obedient to Saddam's regime. It wasn't Bush's decision to enter Iraq, It was Allah's promise to change a disobedient people. Few people saw it this way, but It was only a matter of time before the others followed Saddam's destruction. That is the sunnah of Allah swt and you will never see change in Allah's sunnah.

''...and we have set for their destruction an appointment''

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Asaib Ahl al haq are the best of the south, and the attack was from the south, did you hear the mehdi army attacked ahl al haq ? i'm truly disgusted. Don't worry they have already left in shame and the shame will continue to follow them, from the greenzone to kuwait. Two soldiers were killed from the northern resistance yesterday, perhaps check their websites.

Is that a recent video? wonderful!

You know now that it's all almost over, there is no need to deny it. Syria was helping and arming the resistance the whole time and we will continue to do so till the last traitor is eliminated ^.^ the resistance satelite channel is still going in Syria right now. <3

@Fink you are a joke. Don't blame iraq from your sodliers deaths either, blame yoursefl! What's the matter little traitor, things didn't go the way your 'god' intended? You lost your little traitor war? how sad for you but i know how you can feel better, go shoot yourself in the face.

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Fink - You gonna take that from a girl?!?! :P

Got to hand it to the Iraqies, they promised us a sweet sweet victory and we are almost there, they just NEVER say DIE unless ofcourse they are speaking to the enemy.

Victory against whom? Can you please explain what's going on, I'm kinda new to politics. :blush:

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Fink - You gonna take that from a girl?!?! :P

Shes a tough nut to crack. While I have been most critical of our foreign policy which has hurt us in many ways from the patriot act to giving reason for perpetual conflict all while straining our economy with the rising debt, the facts remain that Saddam and Alqaeda were toppled as a result of American intervention. That is a significant victory for everybody irregardless of the reasons Bush went into Iraq. After the invasion and removal of the regime Iraq fell into a civil war and many lives were lost, but it was bound to happen with or without America, unless she is proposing that Saddam shouldve kept his throne then that is a different subject.

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Victory of Iraqi Nationalists against the foreign occupation of their country ofcourse, it's coming soon.

So America invaded Iraq - toppled the regime within days - found Saddam in a hole - executed Saddam - killed his 2 sons - raped billions of dollars of oil - installed a puppet regime - have been there for almost a decade - current PM supports US - leaving on their own accord = US defeat? :wacko:

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@Fink

Perhaps you will learn waging war is not going to get you out of the hole you created for yourself. What do you think you achieved here, got rid of Saddam, is the current government any better? For the Iraqi people, it's worse. You think you made a friend out of Iraq, think again, Iran has broke that little pipe dream of yours. What you would have Iraqies do, bend down and accept your rape, is that what is best for them is it? HAH. Finally your dream bubble burst, sure took a while.

@Ugly Jinn

All those things you said do not constitute victory, people die from both sides, it's not who you kill or how many you kill, but the outcome of the war at the end of the day, and at the end of the day, The US has begged to stay in Iraq but Iran has seen to it that they leave. What's left is to get for the Iraqi resistance to get rid of the puppet regime and traitor apparatus. Victory is not here yet, but it's near.

@shiaben

Come now, 60% of the ba'ath party was Shia, leading up to the Iran-Iraq war, Iraqies where brimming with patriotic ferver . If you want to talk ethnic tension, look at the disharmony in the US.

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@Ugly Jinn

All those things you said do not constitute victory, people die from both sides, it's not who you kill or how many you kill, but the outcome of the war at the end of the day, and at the end of the day, The US has begged to stay in Iraq but Iran has seen to it that they leave. What's left is to get for the Iraqi resistance to get rid of the puppet regime and traitor apparatus. Victory is not here yet, but it's near.

US did practically everything it planned to do, and that's without any evidence of WMD. Regime changed and now there's a Iraqi PM who'll practically will do anything US wants him to do. I honestly don't see how Iraq won, unless you mean the Iraqis not living under Saddam as victory.

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@Ugly Jinn, it's more complicated than that. The US's agenda was to stay in Iraq indefinetly, as they did in Germany. They aimed to retain controll of the bases. But the puppet regime in Iraq is still a controlled puppet regime, but now they are in Iran's pocket not as much the US's, Iran muscled the US out. First they worked along side each other, suppressing the resistance movement, but then slowly Iranian influence increased over the puppet regime., why? because the puppets knew that if it wanted, Iran could get rid of them instantly, they have a trigger in Iraq called the mehdi army. This never would have happened if the resistance hadn't fought as hard as it did though, especially in the north. This never would have happened without US sustaining as many losses as they did, if the situation was just peachy from the start. What i said was that iraqi wasn't already victorious, but that victory is near. The next step is to get rid of the puppet regime and apparatus and change the constiution.

If you re-read my first post please, i wrote "sweet sweet victory and we are almost there," with emphasis on the almost

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So America invaded Iraq - toppled the regime within days - found Saddam in a hole - executed Saddam - killed his 2 sons - raped billions of dollars of oil - installed a puppet regime - have been there for almost a decade - current PM supports US - leaving on their own accord = US defeat? :wacko:

You have things a little twisted about the oil. Iraqi oil sales were to defray the cost of rebuilding Iraq but none of that happened. The US has not benefited from Iraqi oil, The Iraqi government sold oil contracts to who they wanted. If the US raped Iraq for its oil prove it. Show where our imports increased, therefore surplus increased, for free or at a ridiculously low price. There has been no oil glut here. There is just no basis for that BS accusation that has been going around for years.

The US should not have done anything in Iraq but Bush made up some bs and did it. We should have left Sadam and the people of Iraq to their own devices but what I don't understand is why all of those "resistance fighters" didn't battle Sadam. Before we blame all those civilian deaths on America how many of them died because they were of the wrong sect. How many innocent people died on a religious procession crossing a bridge or by car bombs, how many were blown up in markets, how many Sunnis were kidnapped and killed for being Sunni, you can thank the Iraqi people who did it to their friends and neighbors for that.

For every roadside bomb that some people here cheer there are Iraqi stooges who put them there and a lot more people who have little respect for life and know they are there because it is their neighborhood and their neighbors who also die. The dog like Syria Sister who triggers the bomb doesn't care about who gets killed either.

Poison Sister said:

If you re-read my first post please, i wrote "sweet sweet victory and we are almost there

Her "we" is absolute nonsense and is an effront to all who were there, its disgusting and makes me sick.

Nothing good came from this war.

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Fink - You going to take that from SyrianSister AGAIN!?!?!? :P

@Ugly Jinn, it's more complicated than that. The US's agenda was to stay in Iraq indefinetly, as they did in Germany. They aimed to retain controll of the bases. But the puppet regime in Iraq is still a controlled puppet regime, but now they are in Iran's pocket not as much the US's, Iran muscled the US out. First they worked along side each other, suppressing the resistance movement, but then slowly Iranian influence increased over the puppet regime., why? because the puppets knew that if it wanted, Iran could get rid of them instantly, they have a trigger in Iraq called the mehdi army. This never would have happened if the resistance hadn't fought as hard as it did though, especially in the north. This never would have happened without US sustaining as many losses as they did, if the situation was just peachy from the start. What i said was that iraqi wasn't already victorious, but that victory is near. The next step is to get rid of the puppet regime and apparatus and change the constiution.

That's incorrect. Bush announced an 'exit strategy' in early 2003.

http://www.guardian....v/16/iraq.iraq1

US will have control on Iraq for a long time, the current politicians in Iraq exist because of US. The puppet regime is not going anywhere for a long time. Regardless, the main goal for Bush was to eliminate Saddam's regime, which he did with ease.

The US has not benefited from Iraqi oil, The Iraqi government sold oil contracts to who they wanted. If the US raped Iraq for its oil prove it.

C'mon man:

"Unusually only Halliburton got to bid - and won."

"In the run-up to the invasion, one of the most senior officials in charge of procurement in the Pentagon objected to a contract potentially worth $7bn that was given to Halliburton, a Texan company which used to be run by Richard Cheney before he became vice-president."

"A BBC investigation estimates that around $23bn (£11.75bn) may have been lost, stolen or just not properly accounted for in Iraq."

"It may well turn out to be the largest war profiteering in history."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7444083.stm

"The only people who will benefit from the war on Iraq are the elite wealthy oil men who finance Bush's election campaigns, and people like Bush who have huge personal investments in the oil industry. Oil company profits have already increased by fifty percent this year because of the war, and the invasion hasn't even started yet!"

http://www.thedebate.org/thedebate/iraq.asp

The US should not have done anything in Iraq but Bush made up some bs and did it. We should have left Sadam and the people of Iraq to their own devices but what I don't understand is why all of those "resistance fighters" didn't battle Sadam. Before we blame all those civilian deaths on America how many of them died because they were of the wrong sect. How many innocent people died on a religious procession crossing a bridge or by car bombs, how many were blown up in markets, how many Sunnis were kidnapped and killed for being Sunni, you can thank the Iraqi people who did it to their friends and neighbors for that.

For every roadside bomb that some people here cheer there are Iraqi stooges who put them there and a lot more people who have little respect for life and know they are there because it is their neighborhood and their neighbors who also die. The dog like Syria Sister who triggers the bomb doesn't care about who gets killed either.

Agreed.

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C'mon man:

"Unusually only Halliburton got to bid - and won."

"In the run-up to the invasion, one of the most senior officials in charge of procurement in the Pentagon objected to a contract potentially worth $7bn that was given to Halliburton, a Texan company which used to be run by Richard Cheney before he became vice-president."

"A BBC investigation estimates that around $23bn (£11.75bn) may have been lost, stolen or just not properly accounted for in Iraq."

"It may well turn out to be the largest war profiteering in history."

Check the Iraqi oil contracts and show me one for Haliburton. What did the Halliburton contract have to do with Iraqi oil, don't answer I'll tell you nothing. Their contract was to procure for US troops in Iraq not procure oil from Iraq for the US.

The Iraqi's syphoned off huge amounts of oil and sold it on the black market not to the US.

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Check the Iraqi oil contracts and show me one for Haliburton. What did the Halliburton contract have to do with Iraqi oil, don't answer I'll tell you nothing. Their contract was to procure for US troops in Iraq not procure oil from Iraq for the US.

The Iraqi's syphoned off huge amounts of oil and sold it on the black market not to the US.

"Half of that investment ($75 billion) is going to subcontractors to drill new wells and refurbish old oil fields. Naturally, the companies with the most expertise and best technology are getting the highly profitable contracts and those are Texas-based Halliburton, Baker Hughes, Weatherford International and the French-owned but Houston-based Schlumberger. Not only did Halliburton make billions on the war effort, it and other contractors are now making billions on Iraqi oil. It is no surprise one of the chief architects for the war effort, former Vice President Richard Chaney, is the former head of Halliburton."

http://www.adn.com/2011/11/04/2155411/oil-production-was-always-the.html

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wow the natural resource experts and energy security strategists are really coming out here.

who the hell are you to say what should and should not happen in my country? stick to your anti-WF copy-paste from wikipedia rants. you know nothing of middle east politics. if you're so pissed off go to your local ''occupy'' gathering and get pepper sprayed.

tfu 3alaykum

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