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5 hours ago, ElAhmed said:

US took Fallujah after 2 battles in 8 months & hundreds of civilian deaths. Iraqis liberate Fallujah in a month w/ minimal civilian deaths.

Iraqis didnt illegally burn ppl to death w/white Phosphorous either like US did 

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fallujah,_The_Hidden_Massacre

Ok. But, the Americans are not local. Iraqis are local and know how to fight fellow Iraqis. Plus the current fight is also backed by Americans' aerial power. If Russians (a supper power) for example goes to South Lebanon to fight Israel, they are not going to fight Israel better than Lebanese in South Lebanon who often fights Israel. In wars these things really matter. This is about a brutal Sunni-extremist movement backed by local Sunni population who were angry for losing power after Saddam...

It was not about few thousands ISIS, it was a choice, the entire Sunni cities welcomed and preferred to be ruled by their own Takfiris than the government in Baghdad (that is called a Shia-government). And the entire Wahabi Gulf states supported, financed and organized the events for them.

And thanks God that those who welcomed and celebrated tested the brutal governance of the Takfiris... that was probably the entire plan... and God let them live for a few years under the Sharia that they were talking about against a so called Rafidhi Maliki government.

And hopefully Iraqis and their governments stop coming clean to the media and always try to show a good and innocent face. Because the media against them and the propaganda against them is financed with millions of dollars daily by Wahabi states... they did not make many friends in the west and doesn't matter what, they will be labeled as a Shia government and Shia militias who somehow hate the Sunnis and want to exclude them.

Why nobody speaks of the amount of oppression of Saudi or Bahraini governments against Shia population and do they really care?

They need to do their 'own thing' and establish their own rulings... even if they include Sunnis 80% in the government still they won't be happy... unless that is 100% like times of Saddam, unless they have an anti-Iran government who makes wars, unless they have a government who oppresses the Shia majority and ban their religious activities.

In Saudi or Bahrain or Emirates a Shia citizen cannot even become a local police officer but somehow when it comes to Iraq, everyone is speaking of including or excluding 15% Sunni Arabs into the government and what not... where Sunnis in Iraq for the last 13 years had more share in the government than any other minority in Arab or Muslim world... where they are in the army and have their own local police force, governors, ministers, MPs, freedom, religious freedom, and what not.

It is time to stop apologizing to the world, especially to the brutal and oppressor of Wahabi states.

For God's sake how come a Saudi ambassador is given permission to speak of Iraqi affairs, sectarianism, Shia militias, and what not while in his own country they beheaded one of the great Shia leader and scholar for 'freedom of speech' and for a speech against the ruling family?

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On 6/12/2016 at 11:21 PM, Jaabir said:

I could probably write an essay about Fallujah and its residents. But given the amount of time and effort it would take me, I will have to just shorten it up.

At the end of the day, majority (>50%) of Fallujah has at some point collaborated, assisted, financed, or joined Da'esh. From the children, to the old men, majority of the city has betrayed their country. Fallujah is not the city of mosques, but a city of traitors. Even cities like Mosul, Tikrit, and Ramadi have people with dignity and respect for their country because they'll realize when they've made a mistake, but these Fallujans will only change their loyalties to save themselves. Most of Da'esh fighting there right now are residents of the city. In the video below you will see at 4:50 a commander of the Iraqi Army knows that some of these Dae'sh are lying to their faces.

This is why Western media will be quick to attack the Hashd or the Army when the men or boys are taken away for questioning. In Fallujah everyone is a suspect, and that's not even a bold statement. Most of the city still hates the government and still sympathizes with Dae'sh even if they don't show it to the Iraqi Army. 

 

 

YOU STOLE MY WORDS BRO !!!

COME, LET"S HUG EACH OTHER !!!!

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names of isis members ?

 

certificate : not kafir and you may not "nikah him" unless his zandaqa is approved.

2 hours ago, Noah- said:

Ok. But, the Americans are not local. Iraqis are local and know how to fight fellow Iraqis. Plus the current fight is also backed by Americans' aerial power. If Russians (a supper power) for example goes to South Lebanon to fight Israel, they are not going to fight Israel better than Lebanese in South Lebanon who often fights Israel. In wars these things really matter. This is about a brutal Sunni-extremist movement backed by local Sunni population who were angry for losing power after Saddam...

It was not about few thousands ISIS, it was a choice, the entire Sunni cities welcomed and preferred to be ruled by their own Takfiris than the government in Baghdad (that is called a Shia-government). And the entire Wahabi Gulf states supported, financed and organized the events for them.

And thanks God that those who welcomed and celebrated tested the brutal governance of the Takfiris... that was probably the entire plan... and God let them live for a few years under the Sharia that they were talking about against a so called Rafidhi Maliki government.

And hopefully Iraqis and their governments stop coming clean to the media and always try to show a good and innocent face. Because the media against them and the propaganda against them is financed with millions of dollars daily by Wahabi states... they did not make many friends in the west and doesn't matter what, they will be labeled as a Shia government and Shia militias who somehow hate the Sunnis and want to exclude them.

Why nobody speaks of the amount of oppression of Saudi or Bahraini governments against Shia population and do they really care?

They need to do their 'own thing' and establish their own rulings... even if they include Sunnis 80% in the government still they won't be happy... unless that is 100% like times of Saddam, unless they have an anti-Iran government who makes wars, unless they have a government who oppresses the Shia majority and ban their religious activities.

In Saudi or Bahrain or Emirates a Shia citizen cannot even become a local police officer but somehow when it comes to Iraq, everyone is speaking of including or excluding 15% Sunni Arabs into the government and what not... where Sunnis in Iraq for the last 13 years had more share in the government than any other minority in Arab or Muslim world... where they are in the army and have their own local police force, governors, ministers, MPs, freedom, religious freedom, and what not.

It is time to stop apologizing to the world, especially to the brutal and oppressor of Wahabi states.

For God's sake how come a Saudi ambassador is given permission to speak of Iraqi affairs, sectarianism, Shia militias, and what not while in his own country they beheaded one of the great Shia leader and scholar for 'freedom of speech' and for a speech against the ruling family?

I tried to find the tweet that explain the alliance airforce role in simple graph but i couldn't. Basically , the airforce is making sure that the isis will get exist quickly before get caught, bomb key buildings to hide evidence, bomb and obstruct paths to hurdle the progress of the Hashd and if they can, bomb the hashd itself.

I think ISIS tactic has been abandoned by its sponsors, it is way too costly and can't be maintained politically wise so it has to go, then the classical guerrilla fights of Qaeda should resurfaced.

I have no clue how the Hashd, Hizbollah, Qasim Suliamani, saudis and americans plus isis are all in one blender but somehow dont get themselves mixed together withe act party having its own agenda XD

Which is why i think Shia played it smart in Fallujah, success in media, success with locals , success in diplomacy and success in achieving target against isis

 

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So what happens if one terrorist could escape the fight, reach the borders and back home? 

https://sabq.org/السجن-سنوات-لسعودي-فر-ط-في-جواز-سفره-والتحق-بـ-داعش

Saudi ISIS member , returned home, so he was viewed as repentant and was given 6 years in jail as sentence but the sentence was withhold for 2 years and he has to pay a fine of 1000 US Dollars

 

wow!

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7 hours ago, Noah- said:

Ok. But, the Americans are not local. Iraqis are local and know how to fight fellow Iraqis. Plus the current fight is also backed by Americans' aerial power. If Russians (a supper power) for example goes to South Lebanon to fight Israel, they are not going to fight Israel better than Lebanese in South Lebanon who often fights Israel. In wars these things really matter. This is about a brutal Sunni-extremist movement backed by local Sunni population who were angry for losing power after Saddam...

It was not about few thousands ISIS, it was a choice, the entire Sunni cities welcomed and preferred to be ruled by their own Takfiris than the government in Baghdad (that is called a Shia-government). And the entire Wahabi Gulf states supported, financed and organized the events for them.

And thanks God that those who welcomed and celebrated tested the brutal governance of the Takfiris... that was probably the entire plan... and God let them live for a few years under the Sharia that they were talking about against a so called Rafidhi Maliki government.

And hopefully Iraqis and their governments stop coming clean to the media and always try to show a good and innocent face. Because the media against them and the propaganda against them is financed with millions of dollars daily by Wahabi states... they did not make many friends in the west and doesn't matter what, they will be labeled as a Shia government and Shia militias who somehow hate the Sunnis and want to exclude them.

Why nobody speaks of the amount of oppression of Saudi or Bahraini governments against Shia population and do they really care?

They need to do their 'own thing' and establish their own rulings... even if they include Sunnis 80% in the government still they won't be happy... unless that is 100% like times of Saddam, unless they have an anti-Iran government who makes wars, unless they have a government who oppresses the Shia majority and ban their religious activities.

In Saudi or Bahrain or Emirates a Shia citizen cannot even become a local police officer but somehow when it comes to Iraq, everyone is speaking of including or excluding 15% Sunni Arabs into the government and what not... where Sunnis in Iraq for the last 13 years had more share in the government than any other minority in Arab or Muslim world... where they are in the army and have their own local police force, governors, ministers, MPs, freedom, religious freedom, and what not.

It is time to stop apologizing to the world, especially to the brutal and oppressor of Wahabi states.

For God's sake how come a Saudi ambassador is given permission to speak of Iraqi affairs, sectarianism, Shia militias, and what not while in his own country they beheaded one of the great Shia leader and scholar for 'freedom of speech' and for a speech against the ruling family?

Its not about the locals who are fighting. 

The US used every weapon and every fighter to capture Fallujah. Even the Iraqi Army helped the US to Capture Fallujah. And even the Special Forces were involved in the Fallujah Battle.

 

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Edited by ElAhmed

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7 hours ago, Noah- said:

Ok. But, the Americans are not local. Iraqis are local and know how to fight fellow Iraqis. Plus the current fight is also backed by Americans' aerial power. If Russians (a supper power) for example goes to South Lebanon to fight Israel, they are not going to fight Israel better than Lebanese in South Lebanon who often fights Israel. In wars these things really matter. This is about a brutal Sunni-extremist movement backed by local Sunni population who were angry for losing power after Saddam...

It was not about few thousands ISIS, it was a choice, the entire Sunni cities welcomed and preferred to be ruled by their own Takfiris than the government in Baghdad (that is called a Shia-government). And the entire Wahabi Gulf states supported, financed and organized the events for them.

And thanks God that those who welcomed and celebrated tested the brutal governance of the Takfiris... that was probably the entire plan... and God let them live for a few years under the Sharia that they were talking about against a so called Rafidhi Maliki government.

And hopefully Iraqis and their governments stop coming clean to the media and always try to show a good and innocent face. Because the media against them and the propaganda against them is financed with millions of dollars daily by Wahabi states... they did not make many friends in the west and doesn't matter what, they will be labeled as a Shia government and Shia militias who somehow hate the Sunnis and want to exclude them.

Why nobody speaks of the amount of oppression of Saudi or Bahraini governments against Shia population and do they really care?

They need to do their 'own thing' and establish their own rulings... even if they include Sunnis 80% in the government still they won't be happy... unless that is 100% like times of Saddam, unless they have an anti-Iran government who makes wars, unless they have a government who oppresses the Shia majority and ban their religious activities.

In Saudi or Bahrain or Emirates a Shia citizen cannot even become a local police officer but somehow when it comes to Iraq, everyone is speaking of including or excluding 15% Sunni Arabs into the government and what not... where Sunnis in Iraq for the last 13 years had more share in the government than any other minority in Arab or Muslim world... where they are in the army and have their own local police force, governors, ministers, MPs, freedom, religious freedom, and what not.

It is time to stop apologizing to the world, especially to the brutal and oppressor of Wahabi states.

For God's sake how come a Saudi ambassador is given permission to speak of Iraqi affairs, sectarianism, Shia militias, and what not while in his own country they beheaded one of the great Shia leader and scholar for 'freedom of speech' and for a speech against the ruling family?

A lot of weapons used inn the first battle, and the US failed.

Those insurgents had simple light weapons,  armed with RPGs, machine guns, mortar and anti-aircraft weapons.  By 6 April 2004, U.S. military sources said that "Marines may not attempt to control the center of the town.

'' to claim that U.S. forces were using cluster bombs against urban area'' And failed.

If the Iraqi army got these weapons right now, we would have captured whole Iraq in less than one year. 

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6 minutes ago, ElAhmed said:

What happens in Fallujah doesn't stay in Fallujah: In the last week, the rate of attacks in Baghdad dropped to its lowest since March.

wasn't this the goal since the beginning ? I hope that the head of the snake will be cut properly, no more rubbish from pre-paid politicians who sell their own people from both Shia and Sunni groups.

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9 minutes ago, Chaotic Muslem said:

wasn't this the goal since the beginning ? I hope that the head of the snake will be cut properly, no more rubbish from pre-paid politicians who sell their own people from both Shia and Sunni groups.

Well, The main reason to capture Fallujah was because its ISIS headquarters in Fallujah.

But now we have two birds with one stone. Safety in Baghdad, and we are rid of isis

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1 hour ago, Dhulfikar said:

It seem like Bathi's have sended letters to warn Iraq Army that after daish they will attack them. Any verification for such a news?

I didn't hear anything about this news. But where did you hear this?

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2 hours ago, Chaotic Muslem said:

more weapons in Fallujah houses

 

I hope the army can find the more serious weapons, white phosphorus and chemical and properly the nuclear weapons they were claiming Assad or Maliki or US or or etc were fighting them with.. They got these weapons and they must be found

Those chemical weapons are in North-Iraq, because ISIS attack the kurds with chemical, and the Iraqis in north iraq.

http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2016/06/12/peshmerga-commander-seen-increase-chemical-attacks-across-kurdistan-launched-islamic-state/

Edited by ElAhmed

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This was found in fallujah?

It is a car loaded with explosives, the sand like isn't sand, it is some C5 material that is more dangerous than C4. There is also bag full of iron balls, so when car explodes, the balls will be like bullets hitting those around and killing them

 

 

While people in Fallujah were starving, see the fully stacked food stores

 

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More than 82,000 civilians have evacuated Falluja, an hour's drive west of Baghdad, since the campaign began and up to 25,000 more are likely on the move, the United Nations said. http://indianexpress.com/article/world/world-news/iraqi-camps-overwhelmed-as-residents-flee-falluja-fighting-islamic-state-isis-2862834/

Result:

Strength

11,000–14,500 fighters

  • 7,000–10,500 Iraqi soldiers[19]
  • 4,000 PMF militiamen[20]
3,500–4,000 militants[21]
Casualties and losses
505+ killed, 1,119+ wounded[22][23][24][25] 1,000–2,500 killed, 1,086 captured[26][21]
62 civilians killed[27]
At least 85,000 civilians fled[28][29]
Edited by Dhulfikar

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12 hours ago, Chaotic Muslem said:

On the Day We will say to Hell, "Have you been filled?" and it will say, "Are there some more,"

 

Yes there are more, we got the Gulf Countries.

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