Thursday, October 4, 2007

Tawafuq MP in al-Qa'ida, and I am taking a rest

Hello to everyone. You know I have not been writing so much. I am having too many things to worry about with my life and I cannot make some time to be writing so please know that I will not be posting anything more until almost the end of Ramadan.

I am liking that people are coming to my home site to read and write comments and I always read them. One visitor Iraqi Mojo posted that a Tawafuq MP was arrested for being with al-Qa'ida and his article did not have the name, but I will say that the name is given in other Arabic articles and is Naif Mohammed Jasim. No, I am not surprised.

I will come back to writing when Eid is almost here. I wish everyone a good rest of the Ramadan month with their families and friends.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

lol. Writing? Is that what you call your silly scribbling on here? Its not writing. You are an ignorant little kid who does not know how to read or write. Take your writings and stick them up your ass.

walak inta kateb? hathi nukti. int mish kateb ya garaba. inta walad tafeh w jahel. kus umak ala um al imam so ghebby ! tfu

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and Analmouth @ 7:02 PM.. post is a prime
example of an eloquent mature author.. :D

stay safe Shaqawa, see you when you return.. :)


thanks, bg

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Iraqi Mojo said...

anonymous erduni (or falastizi), how does it feel that your heroes lived just a few miles from occupied falastin all their lives, and yet they traveled hundreds of miles to the east to murder Iraqis?

does it make you feel good, ghebby?

Anonymous said...

Real Iraqis do not talk about their Arab brothers from Palestine and Jordan this way. That's how we know you are not real Iraqis. I thank-you for your support of Saddam Hussein's legacy and memory. The louder you dogs bark the more people understand the greatness of al-Rais al-Shaheed. Before you came riding along behind American female soldiers people use to think Saddam was a dictator and hurt the Iraqi people. Now they know the truth. Now they understand the people that Saddam Hussein's government had to prosecute for treason.

The veil has been lifted. Your faces are known. And your smell is terrible. But we are not worried. Saddam Hussein's men are defeating the US occupation army, and they are leaving, and since this is a fact, why should we worry about the few small, irrelevant cowards who only showed up in Baghdad because of the US invasion. Iraq will be free. You will all crawl back under your rocks in Tehran, and we will spray Baghdad and clean it of your dirty smell.

Keep barking behind the US soldiers. Saddam is 6feet under yet he is more alive than you and you are still afraid of the men he raised and trained. You should be. They are winning.

Iraqi Mojo said...

It's too bad so many of our Arab brothers from Jordan and Palestine murdered so many Iraqis.

Yil3an abu il-Ordon labo Saddam said...

Don't waste your time rationalizing with bedouin dogs who strive to find any chance to support mass murderers.

Yil3an abu il Ordon labo Falasteez labo kul il ummah il jarabiya. Qundarak anjass "Safawi" ou Sahyuni ib ras kulhum wa kul amthalhum.

Anonymous said...

walak kundaret abu uday ashraf min ashrafkum w athar min atharkum ya awlad al gehbe.

meen ent? walad khasees, nathil w jaban. yal3an abuk ibn kalb. walak kundarti 3ala ras abuk.

ilhag 3ala al-batal saddam ili 3alamak tuktub w tug3ud 3ala computer.

tfu alayk w ala abuk ya jaban. kalb w ibn kalb.

you used to hide like a chicken from saddam and the bath. Now you hide behind a computer and pretend to be "writing".

kus umak 3ala 60 zeb arabi ya manyooch.

Iraqi Mojo said...

"you used to hide like a chicken from saddam and the bath."

there are many good reasons for this, and you should know this, ghebby.

Um Haydar was taken to the street and two men held her by the arms and a third pulled her head from behind and beheaded her in front of the residents.

Iraqi Mojo said...

furthermore, saddam and the ba3thi bitches are dead and gone.
Chemical Ali is at the end of his rope.
So get over it and move on, mu6y.

bg said...

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i know who Saddam lover Anonymous is.. :D

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thank you for the links Iraqi Mojo.. (thumbsup)

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HT : Pat Dollard via Valerie @ ITM

Window Of Opportunity?

Baghdad — “What do you do when Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson offer to put down their arms?”

That’s the rhetorical question posed by an officer of the 2nd Brigade 1st Infantry Division prior to a morning Humvee patrol here. He is analogizing Sunnis who have abandoned the insurgency to the famous rebels Lee and Jackson, and directing his question to the Shia-led central government.

Inspired tactics by our troops, coupled with a Sunni turn against al-Qaida, have — in a microcosm of what’s happening throughout Iraq — transformed the northwest part of Baghdad controlled by this brigade. “People ask me if we’re at a tipping point,” says the brigade’s leader, Col. J.B. Burton. “I say, ‘No, we have a window of opportunity.’”

The opportunity is knocking at, among other places, an intersection on one of the main roads in the Sunni neighborhood of Ghazaliya. Once, Americans couldn’t come here without getting hit. Now, they stop and get out to shake hands with some of the same people who had been shooting at them.

They are the “Ghazaliya Guards,” local Sunnis who volunteered to police their neighborhood and man a checkpoint controlling access in and out. They don’t look like much. One American soldier jokes that their plain tan uniforms could have been bought at JCPenney. But they have been a game-changer.

Ghazaliya had been a middle-class area with lots of retirees from Saddam Hussein’s army, but became the focus of what Col. Burton calls a “no-kidding sectarian war.” The road was the fault line between Moqtada al Sadr’s Shia militia, the Jaish al Mahdi (JAM), which terrorized the Sunnis from one direction, and the Sunni terror group al-Qaida in Iraq, which infiltrated from the other.

Col. Burton points out a vacant lot that had been piled high with trash and was a dumping ground for dead bodies. Now, it is empty (but for a green pool of raw sewage). The neighborhood is still trashed, with garbage strewn everywhere, but people are walking the streets, and a kind of blighted normalcy prevails.

There were two keys to this turnaround. First, the U.S. pushed back against JAM, whose depredations had driven Sunnis into the arms of al Qaeda. Two, it instituted population-control measures that squeezed al Qaeda. This created the opening for what American troops call “the honorable resistance” — Sunni insurgents who weren’t Islamist terrorists — to reject al Qaeda and basically switch sides in the war.

Politicians in the U.S. often argue that we should “stop policing the civil war” and “go back to our bases” to focus on “counterterrorism.” The experience of Ghazaliya says otherwise — tamping down the civil war and getting out in the streets created the predicate for prying Sunnis from al Qaeda in an enormous blow to the terror group.

A similar turn has happened throughout Iraq, with tens of thousands of Sunnis allying with Americans and volunteering for local police forces. But American officers worry that the Shia government won’t welcome them into formal government-security forces, which would be a crucial step toward Sunni-Shia reconciliation.

This balkanized city, a dusty maze of concrete and barbed wire, is a tableau of sectarian governance. Ghazaliya has no government services and it shows, while a short distance away the Shia neighborhood of Kadhimiyah has curbs freshly painted yellow-and-white and storefronts that, as one officer says, almost look like they could be in Naples, Italy.

What worries the Shia is precisely that Sunni volunteers not too long ago were facilitating horrific acts of terrorism against them. Why should they trust them now? This legitimate concern is augmented by Shia paranoia and insecurity. In the absence of a bold act of outreach by the government, we pay the Sunni volunteers and work to improve their communities, trying to foster their change of heart.

“There’s a risk of this turning off and going back,” says Burton. Lee and Jackson appear ready to surrender. But will the Iraqi government accept it?

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Yil3an abu il-Ordon labo Saddam said...

Iskut ya kalb ibn meet kalb sha2fit Ordoni ibn nathil.

We "used to hide," huh? Welaak even the thought of the millions of Shia martyrs who were killed fighting Saddam's ethnosectarian regime has more honor than all the "ummah al jarabiya" (and all its' filthy heros) combined.

You want to talk about "hiding," you filthy bastard. Well since you decided to bring that subject up, where is your "honorable [filthy Saddam loving] 'resistance'" ?? Are they out in the open fighting the current legitimate US-allied government? No, they're too busy blowing themselves up among innocent Shia men, women, and children. Typical jarab Sunni who have no honor yet find portray themselves as "heros" because they can flex their "muscles" on defenseless innocent civilians (this applies both in Shia Iraq and in Israel).

None of you cowards would dare challenge the US/Iraqi armed forces as you lowlives prefer to prey on innocent Shia. InshAllah tif3a2 bas Baghdad sarit madina Shi3eeya farisiya sahyuniya. Tuff 3alaik wa 3alaa sharafaak wa 3alaa amthalaak il wiskha.

Qundarak anjass Shi3ee ou anjaas Irani ou anjaas Amreeki ou anjaas Yahoodi ou anjaas Afriki ib rasaak ou ras ab6alaak ya manyaak bin kalb.

Long live the Safavids and Zionists and to hell with all the jarab!

Any display of affection/affinity towards child murderering, uncivilized lowlives (such as Saddam al nathil) is enough to discredit ones' argument and render all efforts towards reigning in you and your likes justified.

P.S. Yil3an abu umaak il sharmoota il khalafit haik ashkal wiskha.

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Yil3an abu il-Ordon labo Saddam..

anyone who deliberately slaughters
inncocents is not only a barbarian..
but foremost a COWARD!!

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HT : GP

Iraqi Shia Honor Iraqi Sunni Hero
- Name School After Abu Risha


excerpts:

[Alsudani added; "This is not the first time the department honors and recognizes a Sunni leader who sacrificed for the good of Iraq. In 2005 we recognized and honored the martyr Uthman Alubaid who as one of our Sunni brethren who sacrificed himself to save many Shiites in Adhamiah during a terrorist ignited stampede on Aimah Bridge in which more than a thousand were killed. We are strong followers of teachings of the grand Ayatollah Ali Al-sistani which calls for denouncing sectarianism and intolerance and calls for embracing unity, and nondiscrimination for all Iraqis of all sects and religions.]

[Haider Ajina comments:

The Muslim Shiite center of Iraq is naming their schools in honor of Sunni leaders who sacrificed for the good of Iraq and its citizens. This is a shining example of how I remember Iraq when I was growing up. Prior to Saddam taking a strong role in dividing Iraqis along sectarian lines and oppressing those not of his ilk, the sectarian divide was minimally noticeable and made no difference to most Iraqis. This is returning now that all Iraqis are protected by law and represented by their government. They also share a common enemy in the Takfiries of Alqaida. Both Sunni & Shiite mosques are condemning these Takfiries and their intolerance and calling for the rejection of the Takfiri movement. Much of this is aimed at the Saudi Wahabi School.]

yes Iraqis, it is wonderful news!! :)

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Sunnis, Shias put differences aside for peace

excerpt:

[The government of Musayyib hosted a celebration of security and economic growth at the city’s police station Oct. 8.

In a move to help reduce sectarian violence in North Babil, leaders from the predominately Shia city of Musayyib came together with sheiks and representatives of the largely Sunni region of Jurf As Sukhr to share their optimism for the growth and development of the entire area.]

[The chairman of the Musayyib Town Council, Thamir Thaban, and Sheik Fadel Yousif, a representative of the newly formed Jurf As Sukhr government, gave speeches praising the drop in violence and pledged to continue their work together to bring a lasting peace to the region. Thaban is a member of the Sadrist political movement, while Fadel was once a leader of the Jaish Al Islami.

With these two former enemies coming together, they have created a bond and a possible model for all of Iraq to further reduce the sectarian violence which has plagued the country.]

way to go Iraq!! :)

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Who Let the Dogs out?? :D

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HT : The Mudville Gazette

The “Concerned Citizens”- The Locals Join Up

excerpts:

[MUQDADIYA, Iraq – Approximately 70 tribal leaders, representing 25 tribes from areas throughout the northern Diyala River Valley, met at an Iraqi Army base in Muqdadiya to discuss the way ahead and the need to unite in the fight against terrorism. “The solution to security in Diyala is reconciliation,” said Col. David W. Sutherland, commander of Coalition Forces in Diyala province.]

[“We are not here to blame each other,” said Nazim. “We are here to stop the bloodshed. I am asking everyone here to work against the terrorists and al-Qaeda,” the mayor continued. “We have to stand up for our families and for our future.”

During the gathering at Forward Operating Base Fallock, the leaders discussed security and services, as well as ways to move beyond past grievances and issues that have caused previous rifts between sects and tribal areas.“We don’t want to focus on the past,” said the chairman of Muqdadiya’s city council. “If we can’t solve our problems, no one else can. Who will stand and say they are responsible?” he asked.]

[“We need to make our hearts clear,” said Sheik Mustafa al-Tamimi, an influential tribal leader for the Tamimi tribe. “It isn’t about kissing each others’ cheeks or signing paper. It is about acting and taking responsibility.”]

lots more @ link..

keep it coming Iraq!! :)

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Anonymous said...

يدعي الكثير من الفلسطينيين الخونة ( البلاصين ) أن اليهود طردوهم من ديارهم وأحتلوها , وهم اليهود ليسوا على حق, لأن العرب سكنوها قبلهم ب 1400 سنة .
أما إذا سنحت للبلاصين الفرصة ليفعلوا مثلما فعل اليهود, لفعلوا ذلك . فها هم يسكنون بيوت العراقيين الذين طردهم الجرذ المشنوق صدام وهم يظنون أنهم يحسنون صنعا. ما فارق واحد : يجوز التلمود لليهود مصادرة بيوت أعداءهم وقتل ذكورهم وسبي نسائهم , أما الدين الأسلامي , الذي ينسب البلاصون أنفسهم إليه, فيحرم على المسلم دم المسلم وعرضه وماله ... وهاهم قد نسوا فلسطين ووقعوا سلام الشجعان مع أبطال مجزرة " صبرا وشاتيلا " وسامحوهم وتبادلوا معهم القبلات. أما حرب المخيمات فلم ينسوها ولن يسامحوا فيها, لأن اللبنانيين الشيعة ليسوا أبناء عمومتهم مثل اليهود. والغريب أن البلاصين قاتلوا حركة أمل 3 سنوات ولم يقاتلوا إسرائيل إلا ثلاثة أشهر ؟؟؟؟
ولكن الله لا ينسى من جحده , فلقد لبث اليهود في الشتات الأول ـ على يد نبوخذ نصر ـ
40 سنة , وما زال البلاصون في الشتات منذ 60 سنة ـ وان شاء الله إلى الأبد ـ لأن من
يستحق وطنا يموت فيه ودونه ولا يتركه ...أما البلاصون فقد باعوا حق العودة كما باعوا الأرض لليهود من قبل ... وبما أنهم كانوا مهرة في البيع هاهم يبيعون المخدرات اليوم في طرقات أوروبا...وعائدات المخدرات تذهب إلى ماكينات القمار والمواخير وكازينو " عبد ربه "...اللهم سلط على هذا الشعب البلاص الغدار الخوان بالوراثة من هو أخبث من شارون إلا من رحمت منهم.......