Friday, November 12, 2004

The invasion of Falluja

The city of Fallujathis city is being as the most famous city in the cities of Iraq not for thing but every one thougth that Falluja is figthing the americans and the people of Falluja thougth they are figthingthe invader which is the Zionist,but they now provide shultter for terroristand foreigner figthers that come enter form Syria which give them money and weapons to figth the US army and those figthers came from islamic countriesaround the world because they thougth if they were dying during figthing the faithless they will go to the paradise and meeting the God.they believe in these thing because they dont have neither money,work ro house to live so he dont have anything to do so he go to the Mosque for praying and he hear that if he figth the faithless he will go to the paradise and have everything he want.The invading of Falluja now was must be done from the first attacks to the US army to stop this time of attacks,in Mosul also there conturncy against the the new army and the police stations and they burnt six police stations in the city.Baquaba in the east of Iraq is now closed and under prohibiting stroll and before two days there were many attacks on the police stations in thecity and 45 peoples have been killed in these events,we should not forgetthe (49) persons of the Iraqi National Gurad(ING)that been killed by the figthers in this.The cith of Diala in the east of Iraq is the mostdangerous city in the Iraq because the day not pass unless aperson of the new army or persong of the ING or police man killed in this city and thier an expiditonary of assassinations on the peoples that work with e government or with Americans.Parmoda triangle is not the sea but is now in Iraq and between Baghdad and Babil and this triangle lies between three contouracies cities (Latifia,Yousifia and Mohmoodia)and these cities belong Conservative of Babilin this triangle many important persons in the government died and manyconvoys of the foreigners that work with americans and in this place the figthers killed 11 officers in the intelligence of Spain they were killedand burned in thier cars in this road that is lies south to baghdadand cnnect Baghdad with the cities of the north,also in this road the Sheaa in iraq every Thursday and saturday go to visit Blessed thresold in Karblaa And Najaf, and those people attacked and many peple killed but no one annouce about this thing because its a danger sitaution if it was annouced .
lets be patience and wait what we gain from the invading of Falluja and the battles with the terrorist in the Mosul,Baquba and Ramadi.
Saleem A. H.


Blogger Papa Ray said...

Here is an interview with one of the "Leaders" that is causing all this bloodshed and misery.

Here is an interview with someone that knows if he doesn't win against the "Americans", he will have to go to the Terrorist union for a job that pays much, much less. Of course he does not live in Iraq at the present time.

Try to stay positive (I know it is difficult) and spread the word of injustice and your conviction that the murderers will be killed or brought to justice. It will not be soon enought but it will happen.

This post is mine

Papa Ray
West Texas

12/11/04 6:28 PM  
Blogger MonicaR said...

Just found your blog Saleem. Thanks so much. I will be checking every day that I can to read your thoughts. The Iraqi blogs have been a life saver to those who have found them because we get very little news here in the U.S. Most of the news is bad news - and I know that there is a lot of bad news to report - but there is good news, too. For instance, another young man has started blogging from Iraq! That is good news! It is nice to have a window into your world - get to know you - and you get to know us. Take good care - Monica, Philadelphia.

12/11/04 10:21 PM  
Blogger What? said...

Just found you Via Loser's Blog.

Look foreward to reading more from you.

Peace ?

13/11/04 2:50 AM  
Blogger Fayrouz said...

Hi Saleem,

Just found your blog and wanted to wish you the best.

Welcome to the Iraqi blogsphere.

13/11/04 12:29 PM  
Blogger Ralph said...

Thank you so much for taking the time to post your Blog. We all need to know the truth about what is happening in Iraq and it is only from those, such as yourself, that we can learn. You are an insperation to all who read your thoughts. May God Bless each of you and my peace find a way to cover all of us.


13/11/04 5:08 PM  
Blogger Brian H said...

Also just found your blog, and will be reading it daily.

Others have mentioned that dangerous stip of road and that area; I hope it will be swept clean in the continuing offensive in that area. Good luck to all of you.

13/11/04 7:31 PM  
Blogger dave said...

Greetings from Illinois, US.

Your postings are greatly appreciated. I am hopeful that many Iraqis feel as you do. The quickest route to a free and self-determined Iraq is by establishing a rule of law that protects individual liberties from *prosecution* and persecution. Every loss of life is tragic. Unfortunately Iraqis have lost so many. If the American people can see any amount of potential good coming out of this struggle, the Iraqi fight for freedom will be supported by the American people, regardless of which political affiliation subscribed to. Right now, most of the messages presented in our media are negative and pessamistic. If there really is no go in what's being done, then I suspect our efforts will end sooner than later. It's how these things have played out historically. What I fear is that we give up too early, before a constitutional Iraqi government can support itself and the rights of it's poeple.

We, who re-elected President Bush, are hopeful that freedom, stability, fairness, and economic opportunity for all that desire to pursue it in Iraq will begin to reverse the tide of oppression, intollerance, and hate for which so many of your people were sacrificed. This vision is very similar to our President's vision for people in our own country who live in poverty and have slipped into a state of hopelessness. They turn to gangs, drugs, and violence. Without hope, jobs, something to live for people seem to lose their values for life.

America is very fortunate to have a constitution, government, judicial infrastructure, and law enforcement that has been able to mature for 200 years as our population has grown in size and diversity in culture. I don't doubt Iraq's struggle for long term prosperity and justice will also require maturity, faith, sacrifice, and patience.

God Bless you and the peace seeking people in Iraq.

13/11/04 8:18 PM  
Blogger WC said...


13/11/04 11:30 PM  
Blogger WC said...


Excellent post. Please keep blogging!

13/11/04 11:32 PM  
Blogger WC said...


Excellent post. Please keep blogging!

13/11/04 11:32 PM  
Blogger WC said...


Excellent post. Please keep blogging!

13/11/04 11:32 PM  
Blogger WC said...


Greetings fom Dallas, Texas. Excellent post. Please keep blogging!

Your obsevation about the poor is right on target. The poor are always exploited. It seems that there will never be complete justice on this side of heaven. Poverty and tyranny are the worst enemies facing the whole of humanity. The partial cure for poverty is education and rule of law. We in the states are still working on it (may God continue to grant us some measure of success). The cure for tyranny is patriot blood and constant vigilance.

May God bless Iraq and America.

13/11/04 11:40 PM  
Blogger Mister Ghost said...

No one in Iraq should have bad teeth, because everyone is apparently a dentist or dental student. LOL.

For all those Jihadis expecting their 72 Virgins, when they kick the exploding bucket, they may be in for a big shock, as this Near Death Experience from a Saudi
illustrates: Nadir M's NDE

14/11/04 7:40 AM  
Blogger Louise said...

Hello Saleem. Ferid pointed me in your direction. Welcome to Iraqi bloggersphere. I too have added you to my regulars, even though I barely have any time to do anything else. I'm always ready to read another Iraqi blogger who can tell us what is happening in his or her world.

15/11/04 6:17 AM  
Blogger Pat in NC said...

Saleem, I am always happy to find another Iraqi blogger and point of view. Ferid sent me to your site.
Please keep on blogging whenever you can since first hand information is hard to come by. Take care.

20/11/04 7:26 AM  
Blogger Papa Ray said...

It is no doubt that death and destruction is upon Iraq.

Here is a story of one who is involved in it. There is no political spin, no shading beyond admiration for fellow Soldiers and Marines.

Read it if you want to hear first hand what its like.

This is my post

Papa Ray
West Texas

21/11/04 8:31 AM  

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