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Al-Qaeda Weapons Dealer Killed In Iraq Raid

Posted by Bruce Carroll at 5:11 pm - January 2, 2007.
Filed under: Media Bias,War On Terror,World War III

News from the battlefront of World War III…

Release Date 1/2/2007

BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces killed three terrorists, wounded one and detained two other suspected terrorists in a raid Tuesday morning targeting an al-Qaida weapons dealer in the Baghdad area.

When Coalition Forces approached the targeted building, they called out for the occupants to exit the building.  No one responded. Coalition Forces then breached the wall and entered the building. 

Five armed men began firing at Coalition Forces.  Coalition Forces returned fire killing three armed men and wounding a fourth.  During the breach and firefight, the building caught fire. 

Once the building was secure and everyone was safely outside, Coalition Forces began extinguishing the fire and called the Baghdad Fire Department. Two men surrendered and were detained.  Two women and three children were present during the raid and none were injured.  

Coalition Forces ensured the women and children were safe and looked after by their neighbors. The wounded terrorist was administered first aid and transported to a nearby medical facility.

One of the men killed, an al-Qaida weapons dealer whom Coalition Forces were targeting, was identified by his wife. Terrorists continue to deliberately place innocent Iraqi women and children in danger by their actions and presence.

Coalition Forces will continue deliberate and methodical operations in order to hunt down and capture or kill terrorists trying to prevent a peaceful and stable Iraq.  These operations will continue to be successful with the support and cooperation of the Iraqi people.

Let’s not forget that these small victories are happening everyday in our new World War.  Unfortunately, they don’t come with edited TV images, so the American media doesn’t consider it newsworthy.

-Bruce (GayPatriot)



  1. But but but……. There is no al Qaeda in Iraq!!!!!!!!!!!! Iraq isn’t part of fighting al Qaeda!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our forces shouldn’t be there!!!!!!!!!!!!! War criminals, torturers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Comment by Calarato — January 2, 2007 @ 5:17 pm - January 2, 2007

  2. Calarato, there was no “al Qaeda in Iraq” (the name of the group) until after we started the war. If you have proof of this group’s existence before we ‘shocked and awed’ Iraq, please share it.

    And your idea that al Qaeda is some thick, bureaucratic organization with tightly watched franchise in Iraq is laughable. The straw men you make in your yard, only to burn them down moments later, are rather sad figures.

    But, to the point of the post. “Let’s not forget that these small victories are happening everyday in our new World War. Unfortunately, they don’t come with edited TV images, so the American media doesn’t consider it newsworthy.”

    Are we permitted to forget the 3000 American dead? Does the White House not think that this is newsworthy? Why are we not permitted to see them? This WWIII of yours–does it have a goal or an end or some measuring stick for success? Will it be cool if the US suffered thousands more casualties and stuck to its guns and kept fighting for whatever the goals or ends or measure of success is? Should we just make Iraq the 51st State, since it seems that we will be governing it for quite some time to come?

    And, seriously…that you have to even put this sentence in bold–“Coalition Forces ensured the women and children were safe and looked after by their neighbors.”–speaks volumes!! Why is THAT newsworthy? (Enter anti-lib-leftist-media-socks-borg-moon-puppet-bat-media comments here, which explain most things in this unfair and perverse world.)

    Comment by jimmy — January 3, 2007 @ 5:59 am - January 3, 2007

  3. jimmy, your claim there was no al Qaeda in Iraq before the war is so ignorant (i.e., lacking knowledge), as usual for you. Here is a reasonably good summary of the latest knowledge on Saddam – al Qaeda connections pre-war. Study it.

    And your idea that al Qaeda would need to be some thick, bureaucratic organization with tightly watched franchise in Iraq, before one could consider it legitimately “there”, is laughable.

    It’s a decentralized, cell-based organization. Yet even cells co-ordinate. Al Qaeda in Iraq calls itself “al Qaeda in Iraq” because it is well, al Qaeda in Iraq. As we see in these reports every day about who our troops are fighting.

    Finally: as usual, you’re backward-looking. The whole point of the report, and of my successful prediction of your reaction, is that Iraq is, in fact, a central front of the War on Terror (Afghanistan and Somalia being the other top ones, right now) and our soldiers are, in fact, fighting al Qaeda in Iraq… Which you bizarrely claim they aren’t.

    But deny, deny, deny, jimmy! 🙂 Keep that denial about the threats we face going strong, so you can justify the hatreds and silliness we see in the rest of your comments.

    It is YOUR WW3 / War on Terror, jimmy, because YOU face a dire threat from Islamo-fascism whether you choose to bury your head in the sand about it or not.

    Every lost soldier is tragic. One lost life is too much. Having said that: Did you and/or your spiritual predecessors turn against WW2 as soon as its death count passed the 3,000 or so killed at Pearl Harbor? – Honestly, you sound like Tokyo Rose. (look her up in Wikipedia)

    Comment by Calarato — January 3, 2007 @ 12:05 pm - January 3, 2007

  4. Anyone who claims that there were any links between Saddam & Islamic extremists is an idiot. Plain and simple. Saddam led a secular government (SECULAR – for those conservatives & liberals who don’t know, means respect and freedom for ALL religions – I know some people have trouble with that word…). Saddam was hated by Islamic extremists, and Saddam hated them. He was an Iraqi & Arab Nationalist.
    There is more evidence that the US government had ties with Islamic extremism than there is Saddam had.
    So, yes, the US did bring al-Qaeda into Iraq’s civil war, because the US is responsible entirely for the current Iraqi conflict. I would sure like to hear anyone argue that “Oh, it is dead Saddam’s fault…” or “Oh, it’s the Iranians and Syrians…”, but I suppose some self-deluded US ‘patriots’ will. Anything to take the blame off of the good-ol’ US of A – which as we know can never do anything wrong.

    Comment by Jamo — June 13, 2007 @ 5:48 am - June 13, 2007

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