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Iraqi Resistance Report V
Iraqi Resistance Report V
April 10, 2003
Today afternoon there were two very important resistance operations in Iraq. The first was the human bomb that took several American invaders to meet the landlord of the planet, ironically enough, in front of PALESTINE Hotel in Baghdad. The second was the successful elimination of an important agent of imperialism, Abdul Majid Al Khoui, a clergyman of a very high rank who came in the holy city of Najaf on top of an American tank just a few days ago to help form a pro-American Iraq.
If they don't imply anything, these two painful blows to the Anglo-American occupation of Iraq imply:
1 - that the resistance is far from over. On the contrary, it has just begun on a wholly different dimension (although it continues in its old form in many parts of Baghdad).
2 - that the Anglo-American forces of aggression do not control Iraq. The resistance does, albeit underground.
3 - that these very calculated strikes serve the specific purpose of lifting the morale of Iraqis, Arabs, Muslims, and anti-war activists worldwide just when they began to think that the invaders have had their way in Iraq.
The choice of targets also suggests that there is an underground leadership making decisions and plans. Palestine Hotel has been the focus of a lot of media attention in the last couple of days. Cameras carried worldwide images of American invaders breaking into that hotel. But, as Zionists already know, you can check into PALESTINE HOTEL anytime you like, but leaving is a different matter : )
As for Al Khoui, he was a pro-American political rival of some weight. Eliminating him suggests a very high degree of coordination across Iraq.
This brings us back to the million dollar question: where did the Iraqi leadership go? It is possible that they have been martyred in a bombing raid by the Coalition of the Morally Bankrupt. However, note that the Iraqi leadership was not the only thing to disappear overnight. Along with them disappeared several Iraqi Army divisions, including heavy weaponry. Note that the disappearance act took place in a very orderly manner, which suggests a high degree of command and control. This was not a defeated or a disintegrating army. In fact, the overall number of Iraqi prisoners remains very low. Note two little details in particular:
1 - three days before their disappearance, President Saddam Hussein issued a call via Iraqi TV calling on all enlisted men to join other units if they could not reach the particular units to which they were assigned.
2 - three days before the disappearance, a curfew from six in the evening till six in the morning was imposed on Baghdad.
Finally, in the same speech calling on Iraqi military men to join whatever units they could reach, President Saddam Hussein told local leaders to start implementing the plan whose details have already been agreed upon.
Mind you, British forces were only able to enter Basra in the southern Iraq after Iraqi troops disappeared there as well. Basra was neither defeated in battle nor was it surrendered to the invaders. It was simply evacuated. Exactly as Baghdad was.
Note as well invader forces have been unable so far to capture a single Iraqi military or political leader of high-rank. Thus, if today's events are any indicator of things to come, we should be expecting a great deal more resistance in the coming weeks, if not days. It seems the resistance has just changed tactics. So keep the hope alive. Don't let a few hired Iraqi mercenaries confuse you about what the Iraqi people want. They want liberation from invaders, and they are going to make that liberation come alive.
The Free Arab Voice
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