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Iraqi Resistance Report CXV
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Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Tuesday, 9 November 2004.
Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr, member editorial 
board The Free Arab Voice.

Tuesday, 9 November 2004.

 

Al-Fallujah.

Resistance counter attacks strike US supply lines force American armor to retreat north of railroad tracks.

 

In a dispatch posted at 2:25am Wednesday morning local time (1:25am Wednesday Mecca time) the al-Fallujah correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam reported that after US forces had succeeded in driving into northern al-Fallujah, Resistance forces from outside the city surprised the attacking Americans with an intense barrage, forcing them to retreat to the north for fear of being cut off.

 

Eyewitnesses reported that the sudden Resistance attack sent US supply lines into disarray, forcing the Americans to retreat to the north of the rail road tracks.  Witnesses said that the American snipers, however, were still posted atop high rooftops, although their armor had pulled back under heavy rocket fire from mobile Resistance rocket launchers.

 

Witnesses reported seeing some 25 balls of fire – 16 of them very intense – after Bradley armored vehicles or Abrams tanks had been hit by rocket fire and set ablaze.  Smaller fire balls were the burning hulks of stricken Humvees or smaller armored vehicles.

 

Fighting in central al-Fallujah intensifies after midnight Tuesday-Wednesday.

In a dispatch posted at 12:55am Wednesday local time (11:55pm Tuesday night, Mecca time) the al-Fallujah correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the city was at the time of writing undergoing US bombardment, and that the fighting on the ground between the invaders and the Iraqi Resistance had sharply intensified, particularly in the ash-Shurtah neighborhood, and the ad-Dubbat neighborhood in the center of the city.

 

US forces were at that hour also reportedly penetrating into the al-‘Askari neighborhood of the city amidst intensive US bombing and in the course of bloody fighting.  Yet the situation for the advancing Americans in the city had not yet stabilized and there were questions about the extent to which some US advances might have been in response to Resistance ruses.

 

Meanwhile Iraqi Resistance forces bombarded American troop concentrations with more than 150 rockets during the previous hour in various sectors of the front in the city, onto which US forces had convered from all four directions.  All the American units stopped, however, in the areas under Resistance bombardment.

 

 

US invaders penetrate four neighborhoods of al-Fallujah.

In a dispatch posted at 9:45pm Tuesday evening local time (8:45pm Mecca time) the al-Fallujah correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam reported that US aggressor troops had invaded four neighborhoods in al-Fallujah after hysterical bombing by US aircraft.

 

The correspondent wrote that the Ameican invaders had entered the neighborhoods of al-Mu‘allimin, al-Jawlan, al-Jaghifi, and ash-Shurtah.

 

The correspondent wrote that the US forces were using the same approach they had used when they invaded the city of Samarra’: deploying snipers atop most of the buildings of the city inhibiting the movement of Resistance fighters on the ground and then sending in their battle tanks afterwards.

 

Massive American bombing of al-Fallujah “more intense than the bombing of Baghdad.”

In a dispatch posted at 8:55pm Tuesday evening local time (7:55pm Mecca time) the correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam in al-Fallujah reported that US aggressor forces had so far dropped more than 200,000 bombs on the city in bombing and shelling that was going on without letup.

 

US planes had dropped about 90 container bombs which blast apart releasing anti-personnel cluster bombs.  In all more than 200,000 cluster bombs would be released from 90 containers.

 

This figure is in addition to the incendiary rockets and other forms of anti-personnel shrapnel bombs.

 

Eyewitnesses report that the bombing is more intense than that to which Baghdad was subjected before it was occupied by the Americans in spring 2003.

 

The Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent wrote that although the morale of the people of al-Fallujah and their determination to fight on remains high, the humanitarian situation in the city is at tragic levels.  The wounded are piling up without any prospect of medical treatment or doctors available.  This is particularly true since the Americans bombarded the al-Hadar Hospital and the Zayid Mobile Hospital.

 

Amidst fierce fighting, Resistance blocks US advance from the north, as the south of the city holds firm but the situation on the eastern and western fronts is unclear.

In a dispatch posted at 7:10pm Tuesday night local time (6:10pm Mecca time) the local correspondent of Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Resistance forces had halted the US advance into al-Fallujah’s north side.

 

Fierce fighting at that hour was under way in the al-Mu‘allimin neighborhood of the city, where a stream of US tanks were trying to pour in.  Resistance forces are subjecting the invading American front ranks to a barrage of fire.

 

A particular difficulty for the Resistance fighters is posed by US helicopters that land American snipers on buildings in the areas surrounding battle zones.  This was particularly apparent in the northern al-Jaghifi neighborhood, where the American invaders landed more than 10 snipers on the at-Tawfiq Mosque, making it difficult for the Resistance fighters to move in that part of the city.

 

The situation in the eastern and the western parts of the city remains unclear and no confirmed information was available from those sectors at that time.  The correspondent expressed the opinion that Tuesday night might be decisive since, as a member of the Council of Mujahideen of al-Fallujah said, Resistance fighters’ morale would get a boost as it was the night of the 27th of the holy month of Ramadan – called the Night of Power in the Qur’an.

 

In addition, the correspondent noted, the Iraqi Resistance usually carries out its major attacks under cover of night when it is more difficult for American forces to follow their movements.  The previous night, for example, Resistance forces pounded the Americans with 160 rockets.

 

Meanwhile on the south side of the city, the Resistance was still largely solid.  Aggressor troops had been unable to advance from that direction towards the city.

 

US aggressors break into northern part of al-Fallujah.

In a dispatch posted at 4:30pm Tuesday afternoon local time, 3:30pm Mecca time, the Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent reported that US aggressor troops had broken into the city of al-Fallujah from the north at around midday Tuesday.

 

The break in occurred in the area between the al-Jaghifi and al-Mu‘allimin neighborhoods in the north around one hour before he filed his report.

 

The correspondent wrote that the US forces used all types of weapons in their assault against the Resistance fighters of the people of al-Fallujah who continue to battle violently against the US invaders.  The Americans are using weapons that they had never used in Iraq before, except during the famous Battle at Saddam International Airport in the spring of 2003 (where attacking US CIA forces were trapped and killed by Iraqi forces under the leadership of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein shortly before the occupation of Baghdad).

 

Five US troops, four puppet police killed and three Americans wounded in attacks in as-Sayyidiyah.

At 6pm Tuesday night Iraqi Resistance forces fired C5K rockets at a Bradley armored vehicle on the highway in as-Sayyidiyah, killing five US troops and wounding three others.

 

At 7:30pm Tuesday night, Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a puppet police patrol on the highway in as-Sayyidiyah, disabling a vehicle.  The Resistance attacked the occupants with Kalashnikov assault rifles, killing four puppet policemen.

 

Iraqi Resistance forces attacked US vehicles in the ad-Duwaylibah area southwest of Baghdad Tuesday.

At 3pm Iraqi Resistance forces destroyed two Humvees with bombs, killing four US troops and wounding three others.

 

At 4:30pm Tuesday, an Iraqi Resistance car bomb blew up next to a US military column, destroying a Humvee and a Bradley armored vehicle and killing six American troops.  US forces after the attack opened fire indiscriminately on civilians, killing four passers by.

 

Tuesday morning: Resistance destroys four US tanks, surrounds others in continued fierce fighting.

Iraqi Resistance forces destroyed four American tanks, two in the ash-Shuhada’ neighborhood and one in al-‘Askari, and the fourth in the al-Mu‘allimin neighborhood of al-Fallujah on Tuesday.

 

In a dispatch from the city posted at 4:07pm local time Tuesday afternoon (3:07pm Mecca time) the Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent wrote that Resistance forces drew in a group of US tanks and then attacked them from the rear, forcing them into the al-Mu‘allimin neighborhood where they were surrounded.

 

At the time of writing, US fighter bombers were firing into the al-Mu‘allimin neighborhood trying to rescue the American tanks, in which were at least 18 American troops.

 

At the time of writing, Iraqi Resistance forces were shelling the area around al-Fallujah General Hospital west of the city where there is a heavy concentration of US troops.  The correspondent wrote that Resistance rockets are striking US forces but not the hospital itself with great accuracy, indicating that the Resistance studied the terrain in that area before the latest US offensive, so as to avoid striking the hospital itself.  The correspondent wrote that the US forces did not seize control of the General Hospital by ground assault but by landings from the air.

 

Physician issues call to all Iraqi doctors to come to al-Fallujah as number of wounded mounts out of control.

Dr. Muhammad Isma‘il a member of the governing board of the al-Fallujah General Hospital issued an appeal on Tuesday to doctors around the country to come to al-Fallujah to help with the disastrous situation in the city as a result of the ferocious US attack.

 

Dr. Isma‘il told Mafkarat al-Islam that the number of injured and wounded citizens of the city is increasing at an alarming rate, and that even if al-Fallujah General Hospital were working at its maximum capacity – which it cannot due to the destruction inflicted by the Americans – it would still not be able to provide medical care to the number of wounded persons who are now being produced by the American offensive.

 

Dr. Isma‘il noted that US troops had arrested many members of the medical staff in al-Fallujah and had sealed the stores of medical supplies.  As a result, an Iraqi nurse yesterday had to perform surgery to remove a piece of American shrapnel from the back of an Iraqi child.

 

Baghdad.

 

Resistance pounds US forces from behind their lines, widening the field of conflict.

Iraqi Resistance forces are seeking to expand the liberation war throughout the predominantly Sunni regions of Iraq.  A statement from the Resistance disclosed that the Resistance aims at spreading the struggle from al-Fallujah to Baghdad after fierce attacks by Resistance forces outside al-Fallujah wrecked havoc in the rear of the attacking Americans.  Resistance forces pounded them with more than 200 rockets in unprecedented barrages Tuesday-Wednesday night.  Unlit mobile Iraqi Resistance rocket launchers have been sneaking Resistance rockets behind US lines under cover of darkness to strike the enemy from where he does not expect it.

 

Resistance units issue unified declaration imposing curfew on Baghdad.

In a dispatch posted at 1:05am Mecca time (2:05am Baghdad  time Wednesday morning, the local correspondents for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the city was virtually clear of US troops, all American forces and their puppet police and puppet “national guardsmen” confining themselves to their fortress bases after the Resistance had imposed a curfew on the Iraqi capital.

 

Explosions could be heard all over the city, as Resistance fighters strike targets of the occupation and its stooges.

 

Informed sources have confirmed that the Iraqi Resistance imposed its control on the entirety of 60 Street in the southern suburb of ad-Durha, on Hur Rajab, Abu Ghurayb, al-‘Abidi, as-Suwayrah, Salman Bak, al-Latifiyah, and al-Yusufiyah in the greater Baghdad area, after a day of unprecedented attacks throughout the area timed to coincide with the US drive at al-Fallujah.

 

Today marks the first time since the occupation of Baghdad that the Iraqi Resistance has been able to impose its control over all these districts, in what represents a major defeat for the American invader troops, putting them back to square one and robbing them of the fruits of their months of occupation.

 

At this time, all detachments of the Iraqi Resistance are united in the struggle against US aggression.  A joint statement issued by Resistance organizations was received by Mafkarat al-Islam, carrying the signatures of :

 

  1. at-Tawhid wa-al-Jihad.
  2. Ansar as-Sunnah.
  3. Al-Jaysh al-Islami.
  4. The Secret Army. (al-Jaysh as-Sirri).
  5. The Black Banners (ar-Rayat as-Sawda’).
  6. The Abu Bakr as-Siddiq Brigades.
  7. The Lions of the Two Rivers.
  8. The Brigades.

 

This is also the first time that these detachments of the Iraqi Resistance have issued a unified declaration.  The statement also urged its distribution widely among the Iraqi people through mosques and in areas controlled by the Iraqi Resistance.  The statement  ordered the curfew in the city and ordered the people not to leave their houses as the Resistance patrolled the city.

 

Resistance attacks in ar-Rdiwaniyah Tuesday afternoon.

Iraqi Resistance forces fired RPG7 rockets and destroyed two US trucks loaded with American troops on the highway in ar-Ridwaniyah at 3:30pm Tuesday, killing two US troops, one of them a woman soldier.

 

Iraqi Resistance forces in ar-Ridwaniyah detonated a bomb under a US Bradley armored vehicle, disabling the vehicle and killing two US troops at 5pm Tuesday.

 

Five suspected CIA agents killed.

Five suspected CIA agents were killed when Iraqi Resistance forces detonated bombs and then fired RPG7 rockets at two GMC vehicles believed to belong to US intelligence in the al-Mushahadah neighborhood north of Baghdad at 5pm Tuesday.

 

Three US troops killed in al-Mahmudiayh.

Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a US patrol in the al-Mahmudiyah area south of Baghdad, firing RPG7 rockets and destroying a Humvee and killing three US troops at 1:30pm Tuesday.

Baghdad’s southern suburb of ad-Durah rocked by violent clashes Tuesday afternoon.

At 1pm Tuesday, Iraqi Resistance forces attacked US troops in the Hur Rajab area of ad-Durah in the southern suburbs of Baghdad with RPG7 and C5K rockets, destroying two Bradley armored vehicles and killing seven US troops.

 

At 1:30pm Tuesday, an Iraqi Resistance sharpshooter in Hur Rajab in ad-Durah shot dead one US soldier.

 

At 1:45pm Tuesday  Iraqi Resistance fighters fired an RPG7 and destroyed a Humvee and fired an SPG9, destroying a Bradley armored vehicle on 60 Street in ad-Durah, killing seven US troops.

 

Nine Iraqi puppet policemen were killed and 18 others wounded when Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a puppet police station in ad-Durah with RPG9 and C5K rockets Tuesday afternoon.

 

At 2pm Tuesday afternoon Iraqi Resistance forces in ‘Arab Jabbur in ad-Durah attacked US troops, destroying a Humvee and an Abrams tank and killing nine American soldiers.  Nine Resistance fighters fell as martyrs in the combat.

 

At 2:15pm Tuesday, an Iraqi Resistance bomb destroyed a US Humvee in the al-Bu‘Ithah area of ad-Durah, killing two US troops and wounding a third.

 

At 3pm Tuesday, Iraqi Resistance forces shot down a US Black Hawk helicopter in Hur Rajab, killing three US troops.

 

At 3pm Tuesday Iraqi Resistance fighters firing RPG7 rockets attacked a joint US-Iraqi puppet “national guard” patrol on 60 Street, destroying a Nissan pickup truck belonging to the puppet forces and a US military Humvee.  Three US troops and five puppet soldiers were killed.

 

At 4pm Tuesday, Iraqi Resistance forces firing RPG7 rockets destroyed a US Humvee and killed three US troops.  One Iraqi Resistance fighter was killed in the engagement and an Iraqi Resistance 1990 Opel car belonging to the Resistance was destroyed.

 

At 5:45pm Tuesday evening, US forces attempted to storm 60 Street in ad-Durah but the Resistance was awaiting them and opened fire on the attackers with RPG7s and SPG9s, destroying two Bradley armored vehicles and killing eight US troops.  Two Resistance fighters were killed in the combat.  Afterwards, US forces shelled three houses in the area.

 

Resistance ambush in al-Ghazaliyah kills one US soldier.

Iraqi Resistance forces opened fire with RPG7 rockets on a truck that was moving along the highway in al-Ghazaliyah at 1:35pm Tuesday afternoon, killing one US soldier, and destroying the truck.

 

Nine US troops killed in afternoon fighting in Baghdad.

Fierce fighting took place between the Iraqi Resistance and US forces together with their puppet so-called “Iraqi national guardsmen” in the al-Fahhamah, al-Mushahadah areas and in the Square of the Vanguards [Sahat at-Tala’i‘] in the Baghdad area Tuesday afternoon.

 

The fighting broke out at 3pm and left two Bradley armored vehicles, and a truck carrying US troops destroyed.  Three Nissan pickup trucks belonging to the puppet forces were also destroyed in the combat. Nine American soldiers and 14 puppet “national guardsmen” were killed in the fighting.  Three Iraqi Resistance fighters were martyred in the battle and 17 Resistance fighters and ordinary Iraqi civilians who happened to be in the area were wounded.

 

Battles and ambushes in Abu Ghurayb Tuesday afternoon leave 30 US Marines dead.

At 1pm Tuesday afternoon, Iraqi Resistance forces detonated bombs and then opened fire with RPG7 rockets destroying a US Humvee and a Bradley armored vehicle, and killing seven Marines near the village of adh-Dhahab al-Abyad in the Abu Ghurayb area.

 

Iraqi Resistance forces fired RPG7 rockets at a US patrol in the Abu Ghurayb area at 1:30pm Tuesday, destroying a military truck and a Bradley armored vehicle and killing three US Marines.

 

Iraqi Resistance forces firing RPG7 rockets attacked American troops on the Old Street in Abu Ghurayb destroying a Humvee and killing four US Marines Tuesday afternoon.

 

At 3:30pm Tuesday Iraqi Resistance forces firing RPG7s destroyed a US military truck and a Humvee.

 

At 4:45pm Tuesday Iraqi Resistance fighters fired RPG7 rockets and destroyed a US supply truck and killed two US Marines on the highway in the Abu Ghurayb area.

 

At 5pm Tuesday clashes broke out in Abu Gurayb in which two Bradley armored vehicles and two Humvees were destroyed and 15 US marines were killed.  Seven Iraqi Resistance fighters died as martyrs in the battle.  Afterwards, US troops opened fire indiscriminately on Iraqi civilians in the area, killing six.

 

Afternoon attacks east of Saddam International Airport leave five suspected CIA agents dead.

Five US troops were killed in an Iraqi Resistance ambush on a US Humvee and a GMC vehicle of the type used by American intelligence east of Saddam International Airport at 5pm Tuesday.  The attack took place between the neighborhoods of al-‘Amil and al-‘Amiriyah.  Resistance fighters fired RPG7 rockets, killing five men believed to be American intelligence agents, one of them thought to be a general, because he was riding in a command-style GMC.

 

At 7pm Iraqi Resistance forces firing RPG7 rockets attacked and destroyed a Humvee and killed three US troops aboard on Airport road in the al-‘Amil neighborhood.

 

Iraqi Resistance forces fired RPG7 rockets in the al-I‘lam neighborhood at 4pm Tuesday, disabling a Bradley armored vehicle but not killing any Americans.

 

Three US troops killed in al-‘Abidi.

Three US troops were killed northeast of Baghdad when Iraqi Resistance forces in the al-‘Abidi area attacked a US column, destroying a Humvee and disabling a Bradley armored vehicle at 3pm Tuesday.

 

Resistance bomb in as-Suwayrah kills two US troops, wounds two more.     

Two US troops were killed and two others wounded when an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US Humvee in as-Suwayrah, south of Baghdad, at 3:30pm Tuesday. 

 

Four US troops killed in at-Taji ambush on convoy.

Iraqi Resistance forces attacked US supply trucks with RPG7 rockets in the at-Taji area north of Baghdad at 3pm Tuesday afternoon.  The Resistance destroyed two US military trucks and a third civilian truck supplying the US occupation troops. Four US troops were killed.

 

Nine US troops killed in ash-Sha‘b fighting in Baghdad.

Iraqi Resistance forces staged a lightning attack on a US column in the ash-Sha‘b neighborhood of Baghdad at 1:30pm Tuesday afternoon.  Fierce clashes broke out, in which a Humvee and two Bradley armored vehicles were destroyed by Resistance RPG7 and C5K rocket fire.  Nine US troops were killed and two others wounded.  Seven Iraqi Resistance fighters died as martyrs in the combat.  The area of the battle was still in Resistance hands when the Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent filed his report, posted at 2:45am Wednesday morning, Baghdad time (1:45am Wednesday Mecca time).

 

Resistance ambush in ad-Duwaylibah leaves 21 Marines dead.

At 11:15am Tuesday, a detachment of at least 35 Iraqi Resistance men ambushed a US military column in the ad-Duwaylibah area southwest of Baghdad.  The Resistance fighters first detonated bombs under the American column, then opened fire on them with RPG7, C5K, and SPG9 rockets, destroying three Humvees, two Bradley armored vehicles and an armored personnel carrier.  Twenty-one US Marines died in the attack and four Iraqi Resistance fighters fell as martyrs.  Seven other Resistance men were wounded.

 

Seven Marines, two CIA men killed in Abu Ghurayb car bombing.

An Iraqi Resistance car bomb exploded in the path of a US column on its way to al-Fallujah in the az-Zaydan area near the Abu Ghurayb concentration camp at 9:30am Tuesday morning.  The American column included a GMC vehicle that probably belonged to the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).  The blast destroyed the GMC, killing two American agents aboard it.  The explosion also destroyed two Humvees, killing seven US Marines.

 

Two US troops killed, three wounded in ambush in ad-Durah.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US patrol in the ‘Arab Jabbur area of ad-Durah on the southern outskirts of Baghdad at 11:15am Tuesday, destroying a Humvee and killing two US soldiers and wounding three others.

 

Eight US Marines killed in morning fighting in Abu Ghurayb area.

Iraqi Resistance forces battled US troops on the highway in the Abu Ghurayb area at about 8:15am Tuesday, destroying two US military trucks, a Bradley armored vehicle, and a Humvee.  The Resistance fighters fired RPG7 rockets and detonated bombs under the Americans, killing eight US Marines.  Three Iraqi Resistance fighters were wounded in the combat.  US troops for their part opened fire indiscriminately at Iraqi civilians.

 

Four US troops killed in ad-Durah ambush as Resistance cuts road.

Iraqi Resistance forces attacked US troops on 60 Street in ad-Durah, south of Baghdad at 11am Tuesday morning.  The Resistance fired RPG7 rockets at the American patrol, destroying a Humvee and killing four US troops and wounding a fifth.

 

Resistance forces were also able to cut the road in this area, preventing its use by American aggressor troops.

 

Six US troops killed in morning ambush north of Baghdad.

At 9:15am Tuesday morning, Iraqi Resistance forces attacked an American armored personnel carrier (APC) in the al-Ishaqi area north of Baghdad.  First a bomb was detonated under the vehicle and then Resistance fighters opened fire with RPG7 rockets, destroying the APC and killing six American soldiers.

 

Four US troops killed in Salman Bak Tuesday morning.

Heavy Iraqi Resistance bombs exploded under a US military force in the area of Salman Bak southeast of Baghdad, destroying a Humvee and a Bradley armored vehicle and killing four US troops.  Two other American soldiers were wounded in the blast that took place at about 10am Tuesday morning.

 

Seven American aggressors killed in ad-Durah Tuesday afternoon.

Iraqi Resistance forces battled US aggressor troops on 60 Street in the southern Baghdad suburb of ad-Durah Tuesday afternoon, destroying two US Humvees and killing seven American soldiers.  Then American helicopters arrived and fired four rockets, killing four Resistance fighters.

 

Seven US troops killed, one wounded in ad-Durah.

Seven US troops were killed in fighting with the Iraqi Resistance when Resistance forces attacked an American patrol in the Hur Rajab area of ad-Durah on the southern outskirts of Baghdad with RPG7 and C5K rockets, destroying a Humvee and a Bradley armored vehicle.  The local Mafkarat al-Islam correspondent reported that an eighth US soldier was wounded during the attack that took place at 10am local time Tuesday morning.

 

Four US troops killed, one injured in bomb attack in Abu Ghurayb.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US patrol in the Old Street area of Abu Ghurayb at 11:45am Tuesday morning, disabling a Humvee and killing four US troops and wounding a fifth.

 

Four US troops killed in ambush on American supply lines in at-Taji.

At about 10am Tuesday morning, Iraqi Resistance forces attacked a US convoy on the main street leading to the Tigris river in the Hur al-Basha area of at-Taji.  The assault on the American aggressors began when the Resistance detonated bombs.  They then opened fire with RPG7 rockets destroying a supply truck and a Humvee and killing four US troops and the truck driver, believed to be a Syrian or Jordanian serving the American aggressors.

 

Three US troops killed in az-Zahraniyah south of Baghdad.

Three US troops were killed when Iraqi Resistance fighters opened fire with RPG7 rockets on their patrol in the az-Zahraniyah area south of Baghdad at about 10am Tuesday morning.  A Humvee was destroyed in the attack.

 

Resistance downs unmanned spyplane.

Iraqi Resistance forces firing BKC automatic weapons in the ar-Rahmaniyah area of the al-Karakh district at about 8:30am Tuesday morning shot down an unmanned US spyplane.

 

Eight US troops killed in fighting in as-Suwayrah.

Iraqi Resistance fighters firing RPG7 and C5K rockets battled US troops in the as-Suwayrah area south of Baghdad on Tuesday, destroying two Humvees and an armored vehicle and killing eight US troops.  Two Resistance fighters were martyred in the fighting and two others wounded.

 

Four Marines killed two wounded in morning bombing in al-Ghazaliyah.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US Humvee in the al-Ghazaliyah area south of Baghdad at about 8:30am Tuesday morning, killing four US Marines, and wounding two more.

 

Five US troops killed on Hayfa Street Tuesday morning.

Iraqi Resistance forces battled US aggressor troops on Hayfa Street in Baghdad’s al-Karakh district at around 7am Tuesday morning.  Resistance fighters fired RPG7 rockets, BKC automatic weapons and they hurled hand grenades, destroying a US Bradley armored vehicle and killing four American troops.  A fifth American soldier was shot and killed by an Iraqi sharp shooter during the engagement.

 

Four US troops killed in morning ambush on convoy in at-Taji.

At about 9am Tuesday morning Iraqi Resistance forces detonated bombs under a US convoy in the area of at-Taji, north of Baghdad.  The Resistance fighters then attacked the US troops with RPG7 rockets, destroying a supply truck and a Humvee and killing four American soldiers.

 

Three suspected CIA agents killed in Tuesday morning Resistance attack in al-‘Adl neighborhood.

Three persons believed to be agents of the American Central Intelligence Agency were killed when Iraqi Resistance forces attacked their GMC command car in the al-‘Adl neighborhood of Baghdad at about 9am Tuesday with RPG7 rockets.

 

Al-Latifiyah.

Twelve US troops killed in two battles in al-Latifiyah Tuesday afternoon.      

At 2:30pm Tuesday Iraqi Resistance forces fired RPG7 rockets at US troops, destroying a Humvee and an armored vehicle and killing eight US troops in al-Latifiyah.

 

Also in al-Latifiyah, Iraqi Resistance forces at 3:15pm attacked and destroyed a US Bradley armored vehicle and killed four US troops.

 

Ba‘qubah.

Four American troops killed in Resistance bombing.

An Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded under a US patrol near the Old Diyala Bridge in the Ba‘qubah area at 12:30pm, destroying a Humvee and killing four US troops.

 

Kirkuk.

Resistance car bomb kills two puppet soldiers in Kirkuk.

An Iraqi Resistance car bomb exploded Tuesday by a base of the puppet so-called “Iraqi national guard” in the northern city of Kirkuk, killing at least two puppet soldiers and severely wounding others.

 

Al-Basrah.

Four Danish aggressor troops killed in bomb attack.

Iraqi Resistance forces detonated a bomb under a Danish aggressor military patrol on the al-Faw Road near al-Basrah in southern Iraq at about 3pm Tuesday afternoon.  The blast destroyed a Land Rover and killed four Danish invader troops.

 

Bombardments throughout Iraq.

 

Resistance forces launch missile strikes behind aggressor lines in al-Karmah, as-Saqlawiyah, al-Latifiyah, al-Yusufiyah, and Abu Ghurayb.  Iraqi Resistance detachments during Monday-Tuesday night bombarded enemy lines from the rear using mobile launchers – GMC and Kia vehicles and pickup trucks on which were mounted Katyusha launchers.

 

Iraqi Resistance forces on Monday fired rocket barrages of some 160 missiles of medium to heavy weights – Grad, Tariq types – on US troop concentrations in al-Karmah and as-Saqlawiyah.

 

At 6:30am Iraqi Resistance forces fired seven 82mm mortar rounds into the US as-Suqur military base south of Baghdad.

 

At 7am Iraqi Resistance forces fired two Katyusha rockets into the headquarters of the US occupation in the Republican Palace compound, known to the US invaders as the “green zone.”

 

At 7:30am Iraqi Resistance forces fired four Katyusha rockets into the US base in the former Iraq Meat company in al-‘Uwayrij south of Baghdad.

 

At 8:45am Iraqi Resistance forces bombarded the US al-Bakr base in the Balad area with two Grad rockets.

 

Iraqi Resistance forces fired five 82mm mortar rounds into the joint US-Iraqi puppet force base in the at-Taji area north of Baghdad.

 

At 1:30 Iraqi Resistance forces fired six 82mm mortar rounds into the US al-Muthanna airbase in Baghdad.

 

At 3:30 Iraqi Resistance forces fired four Katyusha rockets into the “green zone.”

 

At 4pm Iraqi Resistance forces fired twenty 82mm mortar rounds at a rate of one rocket every half hour into the two US bases in the north and south of Tikrit.

 

At 6:30pm Tuesday, Iraqi Resistance forces fired three Grad rockets into the north and south bases of the US forces in Tikrit.

 

At 6:30 Iraqi Resistance forces hit the US as-Suqur base with eight 82mm mortar rounds.

 

At 8:30pm Iraqi Resistance forces fired seven Grad rockets into the “green zone.

 

At 9pm Iraqi Resistance forces struck the US as-Suqur base with five Katyusha rockets.

 

 

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