RESISTANCE REPORT : 16 JANUARY 2008

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Resistance report for events of wednesday 16 january 2008 :

Attack targets tribal collaborator police patrol near al-Hadithah wednesday evening
In a dispatch posted at 6:45pm Baghdad time Wednesday night, the Yaqen News Agency reported that armed men attacked a patrol of tribal collaborationist “Awakening” police in the al-Hadithah area, 270km northwest of Baghdad on Wednesday evening.
Yaqen reported the attackers destroyed a military vehicle, killing one of the tribal collaborator policemen and wounding a second.

US humvee blasted in attack south of al-Hadithah wednesday evening
In a dispatch posted at 6:15pm Baghdad time Wednesday evening, the Yaqen News Agency reported that fighters attacked a US military column on the strategic road south of al-Haqlaniyah (which is near al-Hadithah, 270km northwest of Baghdad on Wednesday evening.
Yaqen reported a witness as saying that a rocket fired in the attack caused a Humvee to burst into flame.  After the attack, US Medevac aircraft rushed to the scene to evacuate the casualties.

US admits three more americans killed in combat in Salah ad-Din province wednesday
In a dispatch posted at 10:25pm Baghdad time Wednesday night, the Yaqen News Agency reported that the US military had admitted that three more of its occupation troops had been killed and two more wounded somewhere in Salah ad-Din Province.
Yaqen reported that the Americans were killed and wounded by small arms fire in the course of combat operations on Wednesday.

Mortar shells slam into "Green Zone" wednesday evening
In a dispatch posted at 7:07pm Baghdad time Wednesday night, the Yaqen News Agency reported that two mortar shells blasted into the top-security area around the Republican Palace in the center of Baghdad – the district dubbed the “Green Zone” by the Americans.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet police as saying that no information was available on the nature or extent of casualties in the Wednesday evening attack.

Sectarian murder spree continues : five more bodies found dumped around Baghdad wednesday
In a dispatch posted at 6:55pm Baghdad time Wednesday night, the Yaqen News Agency reported that the puppet police recovered the bodies of five more victims of sectarian violence that had been dumped in various parts of Baghdad on Wednesday.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet police as saying that three of the bodies were found in ar-Rusafah and two in al-Karakh.
The Shi‘i sectarian militias are pressing ahead with sectarian abductions, torture, and murder of Sunnis in an effort to “cleanse” Baghdad and vast swaths of Iraqi territory to the south and east of Sunnis.   The bloody sectarian campaign is aimed at implementation of plans to partition Iraq drawn up by Zionist and American think tanks.
The idea of “the dissolution of Iraq into a Shi‘ite state, a Sunni state and the separation of the Kurdish part” was voiced by veteran Zionist military correspondent Ze’ev Schiff in Ha'aretz on2 June 1982 and was a part of the divide-and-rule strategy laid out by Zionist writer Oded Yinon in his “Strategy for Israel in the 1980s,” published in Kivunim (Directions), A Journal for Judaism and Zionism, published by the World Zionist Organization in occupied Jerusalem in February 1982.  (It was translated by the late anti-Zionist writer and activist Israel Shahak and is widely available.)
The idea of splitting the Shi‘ah in Iraq from the rest of the country was a cornerstone of the neo-Conservative strategy laid out in “A Clean Break” a paper drawn up by American Zionist government officials Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, David Wurmser, and Paul Wolfowitz in 1996 for the then Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.  Then in 2000 the neo-Conservative Project for a New American Century wrote Rebuilding America’s Defenses on the basis of the “Clean Break.”
The American version of the strategy for a partition of Iraq appeared in the article “The Three-State Solution” published in The New York Times on 25 November 2003 by Leslie Gelb (President Emeritus of the US Council on Foreign Relations).  The same idea was reiterated, this time with “bi-partisan support” in the article by Gelb and US Democratic Senator Joseph Biden in “Unity through Autonomy in Iraq,” in The New York Times on 1 May 2006.
Then on 8 October 2006 the London Sunday Times reported that the partition of Iraq along religious and ethnic lines was one of the suggestions that the Baker-Hamilton commission was advancing.

US admits death of one more Marine in al-Anbar province friday
In a dispatch posted at 11:50am Baghdad time Wednesday morning, the Yaqen News Agency reported that the US Department of Defense had admitted that one more of its Marines had been killed somewhere in the western Iraqi province of al-Anbar.
Yaqen reported an American communiqué as saying that the Marine was killed in what it called a “non-combat incident” somewhere in the 138,501 square kilometers of al-Anbar province on Friday, 11 January.

Mortar shells strike Baghdad market where US forces have headquarters wednesday morning
In a dispatch posted at 10:40am Baghdad time Wednesday morning, the Yaqen News Agency reported that several mortar shells blasted into the central markets in the ash-Sha‘b area of eastern Baghdad – an area where the American occupation forces have set up one of their headquarters.  The attack took place on Wednesday morning.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet police as acknowledging the attack but saying that no information on the nature or extent of casualties was available.

Bomb kills two in Baghdad college district
In a dispatch posted at 10:30am Baghdad time Wednesday morning, the Yaqen News Agency reported that a bomb exploded by a minibus in college complex in the Baghdad district of Bab al-Mu‘azzam on Wednesday morning.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet police as saying that two people were killed in the explosion and another 10 injured.  Initial repots had said that one of the dead was college student.

Two puppet policemen killed in raid on house in ash-Sharuqat
In a dispatch posted at 7:57pm Baghdad time Wednesday night, the Yaqen News Agency reported that puppet policemen had raided a house of a “suspect” in ash-Sharuqat, 250km north of Baghdad.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet police as saying that a clash erupted between the puppet police and people in the house.  Two puppet policemen were killed in the battle and three others wounded.  The “suspect” was also killed in the battle.

Puppet official survives assassination attempt ; car bomber blasts checkpoint near ash-Sharuqat midday wednesday
In a dispatch posted at 5:48pm Baghdad time Wednesday evening, the Yaqen News Agency reported that a man wearing an explosive belt tried to approach Colonel Isma‘il al-Jabburi, the director of the puppet police in al-‘Aythah village near ash-Sharuqat, 250km north of Baghdad, at midday Wednesday.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet security forces who refused to identify himself as saying that one of the bodyguards of the colonel opened fire on the approaching bomber, causing him to detonate without injuring anyone.
Meanwhile, a person driving an explosives-laden Kia truck loaded with vegetables slammed into a checkpoint near the main entrance to al-‘Aythah.  The blast killed one puppet policeman and severely wounded two more.

Bomb kills puppet regime official in ad-Dawr
In a dispatch posted at 4:42pm Baghdad time Wednesday afternoon, the Yaqen News Agency reported that a bomb explosion severely wounded Colonel ‘Abd al-Basit ‘Abd al-Qadir ad-Duri, the director of the puppet “Joint Coordination Center” in ad-Dawr, 150km north of Baghdad.
Yaqen reported a source in the “Joint Coordination Center” as saying that a bomb that had been planed in ad-Duri’s car exploded as he was getting in and preparing to leave home for his office.  Initially, the source said that the blast so severely wounded ad-Duri that he had to have one of his legs amputated.  Two of ad-Duri’s guards were also moderately wounded in the bombing.
But then in a dispatch posted at 8:17pm Wednesday night, Yaqen reported that that Colonel ad-Duri had died of his wounds.

Car bomber attacks motorcade of local puppet official in Sulayman Bak wednesday
In a dispatch posted at 4:13pm Baghdad time Wednesday afternoon, the Yaqen News Agency reported that a person drove a car bomb into the motorcade of the puppet director of Sulayman Bak, 200km northeast of Baghdad, on Wednesday.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet operations center for Salah ad-Din Province, who asked not to be identified, as saying that a car bomber slammed into the motorcade of Talib Muhammad Mustafa, the director of the Sulayman Bak area near Tuz Khurmatu in northeastern Salah ad-Din Province.  Mustafa was on his way home from work when the attack took place, wounding him and three of his companions.  One police patrol car accompanying the motorcade was slightly damaged as well.

Eight killed when female bomber attacks popular market near Ba'qubah
In a dispatch posted at 10:16am Baghdad time Wednesday morning, the Yaqen News Agency reported that a person wearing an explosive belt blew up inside a popular market in Khan Bani Sa‘d near Ba‘qubah, 65km northeast of Baghdad, on Wednesday.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet regime as saying that the attack took place near a Shi‘i mosque and left eight people dead and seven more wounded.
In a dispatch posted at 11:03am Makkah time Wednesday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported a source in the puppet security forces in Diyala Province as saying that the attacker in the explosive belt was a woman.

Bomb wounds two puppet policemen in Kirkuk wednesday afternoon
In a dispatch posted at 7:35pm Baghdad time Wednesday night, the Yaqen News Agency reported that a bomb exploded by a patrol of the puppet police in the al-Wasiti neighborhood of southern Kirkuk on Wednesday afternoon.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet regime as saying that the blast wounded two puppet policemen and three civilians who were nearby at the time in addition to heavily damaging a patrol vehicle and a number of private cars that were in the area.

Car bomb targets puppet police patrol in Kirkuk
In a dispatch posted at 5:28pm Baghdad time Wednesday evening, the Yaqen News Agency reported that a car bomb exploded by a puppet police patrol at the main junction of the Wahid Huzayran and al-Wasiti neighborhoods near the Shi‘i ar-Rasul al-A‘zam Mosque.
Yaqen reported a source in the puppet security forces in Kirkuk as saying that the blast wounded one policeman and one other person who was nearby at the time.  Both injured individuals were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Car bomb targets US troops in al-Mawsil wednesday
In a dispatch posted at 3:45pm Baghdad time Wednesday afternoon, the Yaqen News Agency reported that a car bomb exploded by a US military patrol in eastern al-Mawsil on Wednesday.
Yaqen reported Brigadier General ‘Abd al-Karim al-Jabburi, the director of the operations center for the puppet police in Ninwa Province, as saying that the car bomb went off in the al-Maliyah neighborhood of the city, wounding five people who happened to be in the area at the time.
Al-Jabburi explained that he had no information as to whether any of the Americans were killed or wounded because the US forces closed off the area immediately after the blast and, as usual, communicated nothing with their puppet regime allies on the matter.

                                                                                                                                                       Source : albasrah.net

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