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Iraq: US Involved In Terrorist Acts


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http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=28050

Iraq: US involved in terrorist acts
Sun, 21 Oct 2007 22:19:30
Iraq's parliament says the US is involved in terrorist acts.
A report by Iraq's parliament confirms that the US military had cooperated with terrorists in a raid on a village in Diyala province.

Ali Adib, an MP form the United Iraqi Alliance, in a report to the Iraqi National Assembly on Sunday said that a probe launched by the parliament into the incident had proved that the US army helped terrorists attack the Shia village of Jizani al-Imam on October 15.

At least 26 civilians, including women and children, were killed in the raid, one of the bloodiest massacres since the US invasion of Iraq.

According to IRNA, after the report, Iraqi MP's considered a bill to end the presence of foreign forces in Iraq.

The report and the decision by the MPs represent another challenge to the embattled Bush's administration which is under fire over the unpopular war in Iraq.

The Iraqi parliament also condemned an attack on Baghdad's Sadr city by the US military which left 49 civilians dead.


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A terrorist act is, by definition, an act perpretated to instill terror in the victims. Destroying a village occupied by terrorists is not in and of itself terrorism.

This is an example of how words can be twisted to make Americans appear as the 'bad guy', when in reality we are a shining light for all the rest of the world.


#3

What a left wingnut site, btw! Who pays their bills, George Soros or Osama Bin Goatfuckin' ?


#4

It looks like an Iranian site. I wonder if it is state sponsored.


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I take that as a "Yes"..... LOL!


#6

It's their version of FOX.