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Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Sunday, 20 August 2006.

Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr, member, editorial board, the Free Arab Voice.

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Sunday, 20 August 2006.

 

·       Two US troops reported killed by Resistance sharpshooter in al-Fallujah’s Nazal neighborhood Sunday morning.

 

·       Resistance sharpshooter reportedly kills US soldier in Hit.

 

·       Two Americans reported killed in Resistance ambush in ar-Ramadi.

 

·       Confessionalist violence sweeps Baghdad as Shi'i sectarians observe anniversary of death of medieval Imam with rampages against Sunni targets in Baghdad, sparking clashes, shootings in many Baghdad districts.

 

Al-Anbar Province.

Al-Fallujah.

 

Two US troops reported killed by Resistance sharpshooter in al-Fallujah’s Nazal neighborhood Sunday morning.

 

In a dispatch posted at 11:54am Makkah time Sunday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance marksman shot and killed two US soldiers in al-Fallujah, about 60km west of Baghdad.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in the city as saying that the tow soldiers were killed Sunday morning while they were out on a foot patrol on the road that leads to the 'Abd al-'Aziz as-Samarra’i Mosque in the Nazal neighborhood of al-Fallujah.

 

After the attack, US troops, accompanied by their Iraqi puppet army allies, sealed of Nazal neighborhood with dozens of armored vehicles and Humvees and proceeded to launch raids and searches throughout the neighborhood in search of the Resistance sharpshooters.

 

Hit.

 

Resistance sharpshooter reportedly kills US soldier in Hit.

 

In a dispatch posted at 10:38am Makkah time Sunday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance marksman shot and killed a US soldier in the Iraqi city of Hit, about 170km northwest of Baghdad.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in Hit as saying that the American soldier was on guard duty on one of the roads in the city when he took a direct hit from an Iraqi Resistance sharpshooter’s bullet, killing him instantly.

 

Ar-Ramadi.

 

Two Americans reported killed in Resistance ambush in ar-Ramadi.

 

In a dispatch posted at 10:21am Makkah time Sunday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance fighters attacked an American military patrol on 17 Tammuz Street in the az-Zuyut district of central ar-Ramadi, about 110km west of Baghdad.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in az-Zuyut as saying that Resistance fighters armed with light and medium weapons attacked the patrol, damaging patrol vehicles and killing two Americans and wounding two more of them.

 

Baghdad.

 

Confessionalist violence sweeps Baghdad as pro-American Shi'i sectarians observe anniversary of death of medieval Imam with rampages against Sunni targets in Baghdad, sparking clashes, shootings in many Baghdad districts.

 

Western media under the control of the US occupation authorities extensively reported official puppet regime announcements of Sunni shooting attacks on Shi’i pilgrims during the day Sunday, a day when Shi'i pilgrims flocked to the tomb of their Imam Musa al-Kazim (who died in 799 C.E.) while Sunni neighborhoods in the Iraqi capital suffered under the third consecutive day of government lockdown and curfew, some of them also deprived of running water at the height of a stifling summer.

 

Attacks on Shi'ah were in fact only one side of a picture of rampant sectarian violence instigated by Shi'i sectarians intent on sparking confessionalist conflict and splitting Iraq on religious and ethnic lines, in keeping with a partition plan supported by imperial politicians in Washington, London, and Tel Aviv.

 

In a dispatch posted at 7:35pm Sunday evening, Mafkarat al-Islam offered readers a compilation of incomplete reports submitted by correspondents in various parts of Baghdad, indicating that the shooting incidents of Shi'i pilgrims took place in the midst of an extensive campaign of Shi'i militia attacks on numerous Sunni neighborhoods, mosques, and individuals, leaving dozens dead and historic buildings destroyed.

 

Correspondents for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that at 3am, before dawn on Sunday morning local time, armed Shi'i sectarian militia gangs attempted to dig up the grave of Abu ath-Thana’ al-Alusi, a famous Sunni Iraqi religious scholar, but local residents rose and beat off the attackers, who left behind four guns and a number of picks.

 

Then at 5:45am local time Sunday morning, pro-American Shi'i sectarian Badr Brigade militiamen under the command of the Imam of the Shi'i Buratha Mosque, Jalal as-Saghir, attacked the Sunni al-Masarif Mosque, the Sunni Mosque of al-Khatun, and the Sunni Mosque of al-'Aquli in Baghdad’s al-Fadl district which lies next to ar-Rusafah.  The attackers killed a number of local residents and burned down parts of the mosques.

 

At 8am Sunday morning, Shi'i sectarian militia gangs broke the water main serving the Sunni al-A'zamiyah district of Baghdad, cutting off running water to thousands of Sunni residents of the district.  Sunday evening, the district still had no running water.

 

At 10am local time Sunday morning, Shi'i sectarian militia gangs armed with medium machine guns attacked the Sunni an-Nu'aym Mosque in the ash-Sha'b district of Baghdad.  Local residents beat back the sectarian attackers, but the mosque sustained such heavy damage that it will not be open for worship for several days until repairs can be completed.

 

At 11am local time Sunday morning, Shi'i sectarian militia gangs attacked the Sunni Mosque of ar-Rahman ar-Rahim in ar-Rusafah.  Local residents beat back the attackers, killing five of them and setting fire to one of their cars as they fled the scene.

 

At 12:30pm midday Sunday, a large number of Shi'i sectarian militia gang members armed with a variety of weapons attacked the Sunni ar-Rashidi Mosque in the Bab ash-Sham district of Baghdad.  The sectarians kidnapped the Imam of the mosque and his family and set fire to the house of worship.

 

At 2pm Sunday afternoon, Shi'i sectarian militiamen attacked the Sunni al-Janabi Mosque on Palestine Street in the occupied Iraqi capital, stealing all the furnishings in the place of worship, including the carpets, and setting fire to the building.  The attackers wrote in clear letters on the door of the mosque: " The Mosque of Imam Musa al-Kazim."

 

At 3pm local time Sunday afternoon, Shi'i sectarian gang members attacked the Mosque of the 'al-'Asharah al-Mubashshirin in occupied Baghdad’s ar-Rusafah district, stealing the furnishings and kidnapping three mosque caretakers in full view of Iraqi puppet regime troops.

 

At 4pm Sunday, the bodies of four slaughtered Sunnis were found dumped in Baghdad’s ash-Sha'b district.  The four – 'Umar Husayn ad-Dulaymi, Lu’ay Karim ad-Darraji, Sa'd Nahi al-Karbuli,  and 'Umar Sabah al-'Ani – had been beaten to death with large hammers.  The eldest of the four, 'Umar al-'Ani was only 25 years old and had been married just last Thursday.

 

At 6pm local time Sunday afternoon, rampaging Shi'i sectarian gunmen returning from religious observances around the tomb of the Eighth-Century Shi'i Imam Musa al-Kazim,  butchered three Sunni families in Baghdad’s al-Waziriyah district.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses as saying that gangs of Shi'i sectarian gunmen set upon three adjacent houses in al-Waziriyah behind the at-Tali'ah Theater.  The gunmen burst into the houses and slaughtered most members of the families, including the women and children.

 

The witnesses said that the sectarians would have carried on murdering local people but that US occupation troops happened upon the scene and the gunmen ran away.

 

At 6:30pm local time Sunday, Shi'i militia gangs, returning from Imam Kazim religious observances and armed with light and medium machine guns, rampaged through a Sunni mosque in the as-Salikh area of al-A'zamiyah, killing the caretaker al-Hajj Mansur.

 

The sectarian militia gangs inflicted serious damage on the building in full view of puppet "Iraqi Interior Ministry Shock Troops (Maghawir)."  The attack sparked a gun battle as local residents rose in arms to defend their district against the marauders, shooting the Shi'i sectarian attackers in the streets and from the rooftops of their homes.

 

Shi'i sectarian pilgrims took part in other provocative activities as they proceeded towards al-Kazimiyah through Sunni neighborhoods. Crowds of Shi'i sectarians marching through al-A'zamiyah, reportedly pelted the tomb of Sunni Imam Abu Hanifah an-Nu'man (699-765 C.E.) – who ironically was a friend of the Shi'i Imam Ja'far as-Sadiq, the father of Shi'i Imam Musa al-Kazim – with stones and shoe.  Sectarian processions wound through Sunni districts shouting insults at revered figures in Sunni religious history, including 'A’ishah, the wife of the Prophet Muhammad, and the first three leaders of the Islamic world after the Prophet’s death.

 

Pro-American Shi'i sectarian militias attack Baghdad’s Sunni al-A'zamiyah district Sunday morning, prompting gun battles, reported deaths among Shi'i pilgrims.

 

Eariler, in a dispatch posted at 12:05pm Makkah time midday Sunday, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that pro-American Shi'i sectarian militiamen had been raiding and searching the as-Salikh area of al-A'zamiyah in western Baghdad since Sunday morning.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the pro-American Shi'i sectarian gangs were using all sorts of weapons, while local residents of al-A'zamiyah and some Resistance members were defending the predominantly Sunni district with what weapons they had at their disposal.  As of the time of reporting, the sectarian militias had not been able to achieve any notable success against the defenders of al-A'zamiyah.

 

Large numbers of American aircraft were prowling the skies overhead but were not intervening to stop the sectarian militia assault on al-A'zamiyah as the media had been claiming.  Nor were the puppet regime’s troops anywhere to be seen, as they were all protecting the Shi'i pilgrims to the shrine of their Imam Musa al-Kazim, the anniversary of whose death in the year 799 C.E. is marked on Sunday.

 

Then In a dispatch posted at 12:23pm Makkah time midday Sunday, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that fierce fighting had just broken out and was still raging at that time between residents of al-A'zamiyah and the Jaysh al-Mahdi Shi'i sectarian militia in the al-Kari'at and as-Sarrafiyah Bridge area.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that no further details on the fighting were available because a curfew is in force in the area, and because US armored vehicles had moved in and blocked reporting.

 

In a dispatch posted at 1:20pm Makkah time Sunday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the puppet "Iraqi Health Ministry" had said that 15 Shi'i pilgrims to the tomb of Musa al-Kazim had been killed and 200 wounded in various attacks on them that took place in spite of curfews on Sunni areas and other stringent security measures.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported puppet regime spokesman Qasim Yahya 'Allawi as saying that most of the attacks on Shi'i pilgrims took place when they were crossing the regions adjacent to the Baghdad district of al-Kazimiyah.

 

Puppet police sources said that shots were fired at Shi'i pilgrims and at puppet policemen in the as-Salikh area of al-A'zamiyah, the scene of an attack by Shi'i sectarian militia gunmen on the neighborhood and its defenders Sunday.

 

Puppet police and puppet traffic wardens exchanged gunfire with local armed defenders for half an hour prompting the Shi'i pilgrims to take the highway to their shrine rather than the route through al-A'zamiyah.

 

Mysterious fire breaks out in Shi'i al-Kazimiyah district amidst throngs of Shi'i pilgrims.

 

In a dispatch posted at 1:32pm Makkah time Sunday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that fires and thick smoke were engulfing the al-Astirbadi Market in the middle of the predominantly Shi'i district of al-Kazimiyah where the tomb of the Eighth-Century Shi'i Imam Musa al-Kazim is buried.  At the time of the fires, the market was crowded with Shi'i pilgrims visiting the shrine to commemorate the anniversary of the death of the Imam.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported from an-Nuwwab Square in the middle of al-Kazimiyah that ambulances, puppet security men, and US occupation forces were rushing to the scene.  The cause of the fire remained unknown.  The correspondent denied reports that there had been explosions prior to the outbreak of the fire.

 

In a dispatch posted at 1:47pm Makkah time Sunday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Dr. Husyan al-Hilli, the Deputy Diretor of al-Kazimiyah General Hospital announced that the number of dead and injured Shi'i pilgrims as of 2pm local time Sunday was 233.

 

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported from the hospital in al-Kazimiyah, that the facility was crowded with dead and wounded and that therefore the casualties were being distributed around various hospitals in the occupied Iraqi capital, since facilities in the al-Kazimiyah district were not adequate.

 

Brigadier General Jabir Muhammad, a puppet official in charge of operations in al-Kazimiyah, gave a statement to the media saying that the dead and wounded had fallen in various parts of Baghdad and had not all been killed or wounded near the Sunni al-A'zamiyah district as had been reported.

 

The puppet official said that there had been small-arm and sharpshooter attacks on Shi'i pilgrims on Saturday and Sunday, despite the curfew imposed on Sunni parts of the city and the other heightened security measures.  The puppet official said that attacks took place in the districts of al-Fadl, al-Jihad, and Hayfa.

 

Sunni puppet politician denounces double standard by puppet "Ministries" in reporting victims of Sunday’s sectarian violence.

 

In a dispatch posted at 1:15am Monday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that pro-American Sunni politician 'Ala’ Makki, who is a member of the American installed puppet "parliament," denounced the "double standard" adopted by the Iraqi puppet "Ministries of Health and the Interior" in "talking only about the dead among the Shi'i pilgrims to the tomb of the Imam Musa al-Kazim but say nothing about the victims who fell as a result of attacks carried out by Safavi Shi'i militias on Sunni mosques."

 

Makki, speaking on official Baghdad television, called on the two puppet "Ministries" to make public the toll of victims killed by Shi'i sectarians on Sunday, and not simply talk about the 20 Shi'ah reportedly shot to death during the day under various circumstances.

 

Young Shi'i pilgrim leaps to his death from as-Sarrafah Bridge under claimed  "inspiration from the Expected Mahdi."

 

In a dispatch posted at 3:03pm Makkah time Sunday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that a Shi'i youth who was among throngs of Shi'ah pilgrims to the tomb of Musa al-Kazim drowned himself in the Tigris River after telling fellow pilgrims that he was receiving an urgent call from the Shi'i eschatological figure the Expected Mahdi who is supposed to come at the end of time and usher in a golden age.

 

The Baghdad correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses as saying that the other pilgrims tried to stop the youth, who was dressed in black and wore a green headband reading "Oh Supporter of the Family of Muhammad " (A reference to the Shi'i Mahdi) from jumping from the as-Sarrafah Bridge, the highest Bridge in Baghdad into the Tigris River.  The youth convinced the pilgrims who gathered around him, however, that the Expected Mahdi had inspired him to jump and that he was longing to meet the Mahdi.

 

Witnesses said that puppet River Police fished the body of the youth out of the Tigris two kilometers downstream from the bridge.

 

Puppet "Iraqi Prime Minister" threatens to treat as "terrorists" religious leaders who support the Resistance to the American occupation.

 

In a dispatch posted at 12:39pm Makkah time Sunday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that US-installed puppet "Prime Minister" of occupied Iraq Nuri al-Maliki who is also a Shi'i sectarian, had given an address in honor of the death of Imam Musa al-Kazim in which he threatened religious leaders who support the Iraqi Resistance.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported the puppet "Prime Minister" as saying: "I warn the religious leaders and preachers in mosques that the law on fighting terrorism will be applied to them and cut them stop them if they continue to incite division and bloodshed in the land of Iraq."

 

The US-installed puppet "Prime Minister" said directly that the Sunni 'Ulama’ were guilty of "inciting dissention" and threatened them with revenge if they continued their support of the Resistance against the US occupation and its stooge regime.

 

Resistance rockets blast joint US-Iraqi puppet headquarters in ar-Ridwaniyah.

 

In a dispatch posted at 11:28am Makkah time Sunday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance forces fired three medium-range Katyusha rockets into the headquarters set up in the ar-Ridwaniyah palaces now jointly occupied by US and Iraqi puppet forces in southwestern Baghdad.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in ar-Ridwaniyah as saying that a the rockets scored direct hits on the joint headquarters, sending plumes of smoke rising into the sky from inside the facility. Witnesses saw US helicopter gun ships hovering at low altitude over the palaces and surrounding area.

 

Babil Province.

Al-Mahmudiyah.

 

Resistance mortars bombard pro-American Shi'i sectarian militia headquarters in al-Mahmudiyah.

 

In a dispatch posted at 11:42am Makkah time Sunday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance forces fired four 60mm mortar rounds into a pro-American Shi'i sectarian militia headquarters in the city of al-Mahmudiyah, about 30km south of Baghdad.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the barrage scored direct hits on the house, which the pro-American sectarian militia have taken over, inflicting material damage.

 

Ninwa Province.

Al-Mawsil.

 

In two attacks, Resistance fighters attack puppet police, pro-American Peshmergah in al-Mawsil.

 

In a dispatch posted at 12:50pm Makkah time Sunday afternoon, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance fighters killed two puppet policemen and one member of the Kurdish separatist Peshmergah militiamen in the northern Iraqi city of al-Mawsil.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in the az-Zahra’ neighborhood of eastern al-Mawsil as saying that Resistance fighters equipped with light arms attacked the puppet policemen on the main street in the neighborhood and after killing two of them withdrew.

 

The Peshmergah Kurdish separatist was killed on his way to his headquarters in the al-Intisar neighborhood  when Resistance fighters armed with machine guns ambushed him.

 

Resistance fighters wound puppet police official in al-Mawsil.

 

In a dispatch posted at 10:08am Makkah time Sunday morning, Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance fighters attacked the motorcade of colonel in the puppet police, wounding him and two of his bodyguards in the northern Iraqi city of al-Mawsil.

 

The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses in the al-Kafa’at neighborhood of the city as saying that Resistance fighters equipped with light arms attacked the motorcade in which Khalaf al-Jabburi, the chief of the Abu Tammam puppet police station in western al-Mawsil was returning home.  Witnesses told the correspondent that the attack damaged the vehicles in the motorcade, wounding Colonel al-Jabburi and two of his bodyguards.

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