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  • #31
    Hubub in Hibhib: The timely death of al-Zarqawi

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    • #32
      In his hometown, relatives pray for 1,000 Zarqawis

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Al-khiyal
        In the deadliest blast, a roadside bomb in a crowded market in eastern New Baghdad district killed 13 people and wounded 28, police said.
        Any "illegal American occupiers" in this crowded market?

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        • #34
          New Baghdad is a predominantly poor Shi'ite district, it would seem that sectarian bombings have not died with Az-Zarqawi.

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          • #35
            Indeed. I don't know of anyone who claimed it would.

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            • #36
              The real cowards are the ones that drop 2 x 500lb bombs and that have shown total disregard for the carnage that resulted afterwards. so the death of one man was also worthy of taking out god knows how many more?

              Where is the value of human life in this? When we cry and lament over losses that the UK forces suffer, it goes to show the life of 1 westerner is far superior to the life of many muslims, be it Zarqawi or not.

              They call this killing of Zarqawi justice? ok, so lets hold to account the leader of our country who supported a phoney crusader war and has the blood of many innocents on his hands

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              • #37
                It is reported that a woman, a child and two other men died in the strike that killed Az-Zarqawi, who they are has not been revealed yet. Earlier accounts claimed more dead, but it seems that 'his closest associates' were fewer in number than first alleged.

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                • #38
                  "Crusader" war, Houda? No, I don't think so - not if you mean religious war.

                  It was about strategic influence and oil, pure and simple. Pure, naked power politics. And that's what makes it so awful.

                  As for people crying and lamenting about their own losses, it's what nations do in any war - it may be hard to understand, but people relate to what's familiar to them. Rightly or wrongly, they can relate more easily to a 20 year old English private who was wrongly ordered into a war that he need never have gone to, and never returned from, than they can to a Jordanian terrorist who travelled to Iraq in order to further his organisation's aims. It's a matter of familiarity, and people all over the world do it - it's not unique to the west.



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                  • #39
                    Is Al zarqaoui in heaven with the vergines?
                    or is he now held responsible for killing also innocent kids ,men and women from Iraq,shia mosques and churchs?
                    is he the one that have comited this crimes or is it another network?
                    why shiia and sunna won't leave the past behind in order to see the present enemy who takes advantage of their bias and tribulisation conflicts?
                    toomany questions that needs an answer

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                    • #40
                      1/ The strike:


                      2/ The rubble:


                      More rubble....




















                      4/The body:







                      Now the news:

                      http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060610/...raq_al_zarqawi

                      In announcing al-Zarqawi's death, the U.S. military said Thursday that al-Zarqawi was killed outright when two 500-pound bombs were dropped on his hideout. On Friday, the military said al-Zarqawi survived the bombing, which ripped a crater in the date-palm forest where the house was nestled just outside Baqouba, 35 miles northeast of Baghdad.


                      Tough character this Zarqawi isnĀ“t he ?

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                      • #41
                        No, he's 'isn't' anything but dead. It is now alleged that he lived for 52 minutes before expiring.

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                        • #42
                          I agree, he is dead, my point was, how can flesh and bones sustain a massive blast like this one and still remain so immaculately intact... we are talking about 2 bunker bunster bombs here.

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                          • #43
                            What happened to the bodies of the people who were with him? Were they also pulled from the rubble?

                            Someone else replaced him, the Shura council of AlQaeda have appointed Abu Hamza el Muhajir.

                            Khokom.

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                            • #44
                              "Shura council of AlQaeda have appointed Abu Hamza el Muhajir"

                              I am sorry but I have a hard time believing all this non sense...
                              Last edited by tachikoma; 12 June 2006, 22:28.

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                              • #45
                                Im glad he is gone , many iraqis are relieved (if it was him responsible for all those crimes . we can never prove it , anyone can have a website and claim this and that . )

                                what i found fascinating , is this
                                if they knew where he was , why not surround him , after all the US have competent special forces, and get him alive to get as much info from him to avert future attacks and arrest all his associates .
                                his body looked quite good , seeing the 2 , 500 bombs that turned everything into rubble , and the heat melted every piece of metal in the house.
                                wow they found his gleaming laptop without a scratch , and the Documents shown on tv looked so white without a crumple . very fortunate indeed.
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                                [60:8] GOD does not enjoin you from befriending those who do not fight you because of religion, and do not evict you from your homes. You may befriend them and be equitable towards them. GOD loves the equitable.

                                [60:9] GOD enjoins you only from befriending those who fight you because of religion, evict you from your homes, and band together with others to banish you. You shall not befriend them. Those who befriend them are the transgressors

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