Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Todays last throws in iraq : October 19th

Baghdad. The mayor of Baghdad Hatem Mirza Hamza and his driver were killed Wednesday in al-Durra neighborhood in the Iraqi capital, Interfax reported citing a statement of the Iraqi Interior Ministry. A group of gunmen opened fire in the car of the mayor and then escaped.


BAGHDAD - Gunfire killed four policemen at a checkpoint near the Hai Al-Adil highway in a western Baghdad

BAGHDAD - A leading figure in Baghdad's Journalists' Union, Muhammed Haroon, was shot dead in eastern Baghdad, his family said.

BAGHDAD - Three Iraqi police were killed and two injured when their patrol was ambushed in the Al-Adil district of western Baghdad, the interior ministry said.

BAGHDAD - Two Iraqi police commandos were killed and three wounded when security forces clashed with insurgents in the Ghazaliya district in western Baghdad, police said.

BAGHDAD - Gunmen shot and killed Hakim Mirza, a municipal director, and his driver, in the Dora neighborhood, and Muhsin Chitheer in front of his home in the al-I'alam area, police said. Chitheer was a lieutenant colonel in the Iraqi army that U.S. forces disbanded after invading in 2003.

FALLUJA - In Falluja, in the Sunni province of Anbar west of the capital, two Iraqi soldiers were killed and two wounded by a roadside bomb, an army officer said.

BAGHDAD - Hakim Mirza, an engineer working for a government ministry, was shot dead with his driver in an attack in Baghdad, the Labour and Social Affairs ministry said.

ISKANDARIYA - One U.S. soldier was killed and two wounded by an improvised explosive device that hit their patrol near Iskandariya, south of Baghdad, the U.S. military said.

ISKANDARIYA - Nine gunmen killed 6 Shiite factory workers.

BAGHDAD - Three election commission officials were shot and killed on the outskirts of the capital in Abu Ghraib, as they drove home after another round of counting ballots from last weekend's constitutional referendum, police said.

BAQOUBA - Gunmen shot and killed two men at a gas station near Baqouba, 35 miles northeast of Baghdad, police said.

BASRA - A British soldier also was killed by a roadside bomb late Tuesday night in the southern region of Basra,

my source : ICH


Blogger K. Ron Silkwood said...

Obviously this is all due to some dead-end, rag-tail, foreign elements who have not heard that there has been a vote on the new constitution. As soon as that news spreads, all violence will cease. Man, won't these guys feel foolish for not keeping up with current events.

October 19, 2005 11:59 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

hehehe , this is just the warm up , watch the sparks fly when the sunni's realise they have been stitched up

but we can't say this can we K.ron , it is us that are responsible for all the mess

Pointing out facts and idiotic behavour of the right winged US administration , whatever next , people like us should be shot !


October 20, 2005 12:23 am  
Blogger G_in_AL said...

Come on H, you wont at least give partial credit to the fact that the press and the liberal attack dogs trying to get ever increasing exposure to every mis-step the US takes hasnt added on a couple of layers to the snow ball?

October 20, 2005 10:13 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

sure it hasn't helped , but we are merely observers , it is the players that should take reponsibility

we have a right to know the truth , so the mission of the powers that be is to get the job done right then we on the more liberal side will have no amunition to throw

of course the press are always hunting , thats there job

but to blame them in anyway would be silly

October 20, 2005 10:22 pm  

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