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Iraqi Resistance Data Report for Thursday, 11 December 2003 through
Sunday, 14 December 2003.

The following report brings together data from two opposite sources.
The first is the Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah (Harvest of the Iraqi
Resistance) issued by the Iraqi Resistance. The second is the Iraqi
Resistance Log, compiled by the Free Palestine Information Agency,
which uses media sources as well as the Summary of Security
Incidents, an internal security document issued by the American
occupation authorities.

Although these accounts are not mutually consistent, we hope, by
publicizing them, to help overcome the information blackout imposed
by the American occupation and the imperialist-Zionist media at their
disposal. We also hope to show that regardless of what sources are
used for information on the Iraqi Resistance, that Resistance is
clearly continuing unabated and forging ahead as it inflicts mounting
casualties on the invaders.

Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr, member editorial
board of the Free Arab Voice. Iraqi Resistance Log compiled by Free
Palestine Information Agency.


Harvest of the Iraqi Resistance for Thursday, 11 December 2003.

1) A martyrdom fighter of Saddam's Fedayeen attacked an American
military base in ar-Ramadi with an explosives-laden car after getting
through the front gate of the base. According to eyewitnesses the
attack resulted in:

1. The martyrdom of the mujahid who carried out the operation,
2. Killing 14 invader officers and men,
3. Destroying two tanks that were next to the gate and three vehicles
were damaged.
4. Injuring 29 American aggressors.

2) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath Party took responsibility
for an attack on an American military column on the outskirts of al-
Fallujah. According to a communique issued by the Resistance and
Liberation forces, the attack resulted in killing three enemy
soldiers, wounding two others, and destroying three Humvees.

3) Inside the city of al-Fallujah a formation of the Forces of al-
Faruq was able to kill one and injure one other enemy fighter and to
destroy one military jeep in an attack on an American patrol in the
center of the city.

4) As a part of the strategy of denying the occupation the
possibility of exploiting and stealing Iraq's oil wealth, a formation
of engineers from the Republican Guard blew up an oil pipeline
passing through the area of Sharqatt, south of Tikrit, in order to
stop the flow of oil between the Kirkuk oilfields and the refineries
in Mosul. Specialists estimated that the resultant fire would
continue to burn in the pipeline for three days at least and that the
pipeline would not be useable for at least a month.

5) The so-called Green Zone of the American occupation headquarters
in Baghdad came under concentrated and intense rocket and artillery
attack in the evening from the Republican Guard. A Resistance
communique stated that this operation targetting the head of the
invader forces in their reinforced headquarters was a response to the
chatter of the American invader forces and the American
Administration about their "progress" in "silencing" or "containing"
the Resistance. It confirmed that the initiative and action on the
ground is still and will remain in the hands of the men of the
Resistance and the Mujahideen until they throw out the last foreign
scum from their land. The communique said "that the barrage hit its
designated targets and fire was seen rising up from large burning
parts of the building of the Presidential Palace, and the American
headquarters. Baghdad was also shaken by thunderous explosions and
helicopters were seen hovering in the air over the scene of the
attack carrying dead and wounded away. Sirens could be heard
throughout Baghdad." Witnesses said "smoke continued to rise from
the places that were subjected to the barrage until the morning of
the next day." The invader forces in the capital acknowledged the
attack but, as usual, refused to mention any human or material losses
that they suffered as a result.

Source: Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah.
http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_19122003.htm


Iraqi Resistance Log for Thursday, 11 December 2003.

The American imperial Central Command (Centcom) reported 19 of its
soldiers were wounded today. News agencies reported only 14 wounded.

3:30 AM: Small arms attack on a US patrol along the Syrian border
northwest of Tal Afar.

8 AM: Drive-by shooting attack on a puppet so-called Iraqi Civil
Defense unit 12 miles west of Baaqubah wounded 1 puppet.

11:30 AM: 2 explosions occurred 200-300 yards from a US patrol in
Samarra'.

12 PM: Roadside bomb followed by small arms attack on a US convoy
east of Mosul.

12 PM: 2 explosions were observed south of Samarra'.

1:30 PM: Martyrdom bombers blew up a car just outside the gates of a
US base in ar-Ramadi. 3 bombers martyred inside in the car. 1 US
soldier, Specialist Marshall L. Edgerton, was killed and 14 more were
wounded.

3 PM: Mortar attack on a US base in al-Miqdadiyah.

7:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US unit in Abu Ghurayb.

8 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in ad-Duwar.

8 PM: Pipeline connecting Bayji Refinery with ad-Durah Refinery in
Baghdad set ablaze.

9 PM: RPG attack on a US base in the Kazem Mullah Muhammad District
of Baghdad.

9:30 PM: RPG attack on a US base in Mosul.

10 PM: An explosion occurred in Hit.

11 PM: RPG attack on a US patrol in the Al-'Urubah District of
Baghdad. Grenade attack on a puppet so-called Iraqi civil defense
unit in Baaqubah wounded 1 puppet. Trash bags containing 2 homemade
bombs were thrown into the yard of a so-called civil defense
officer's house in Tikrit.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.

Harvest of the Iraqi Resistance for Friday, 12 December 2003.

1) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath took responsibility for
an attack on an American military column on the public highway in New
Baghdad in the center of the Iraqi capital. According to a
communique, the attack left four occupation soldiers dead and three
others wounded. One tank, one armored personnel carrier, and one
truck were destroyed.

2) In al-'Amiriyah District of the Iraqi Capital an American patrol
was attacked by a formation of Saddam's Fedayeen. The attack left
two American soldiers dead and one other wounded and destroyed a
Humvee.

3) A formation of the Forces of al-Husayn took responsibility for an
attack on a Polish patrol south of the capital Baghdad that killed
one Polish soldier and wounded two others in addition to destroying a
military vehicle.

4) An American military patrol was attacked with hand grenades at the
Maydan at-Tahrir (Liberation Square) tunnel in the center of
Baghdad. The attack killed one American soldier, wounded a second,
and set fire to a military jeep.

Source: Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah.
http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_19122003.htm

Iraqi Resistance Log for 12 December 2003.

The American imperialist Central Command (Centcom) reported 8
soldiers wounded today. News agencies reported only 4 wounded.

12 AM: Small arms attack on Iraqi puppet police northwest of al-
Hadithah.

12:20 AM: 6 loud explosions rocked Central Baghdad right around the
so-called Green Zone where the US Headquarters are located. Sirens
wailed and a huge plume of smoke rose above the Green Zone. Several
rockets were fired from across the Tigris at the Green Zone. 2
rockets landed inside the Green Zone itself, the other rocket or
rockets landed outside of it. There was minor damage to a building
and 2 US soldiers were wounded.

1 AM: Mortar attack on a US base in al-Habbaniyah.

1:20 AM: Mortar attack on a US base in the al-Hurriyah District of
Baghdad.

3 AM: A Kellog, Brown & Root (KBR) convoy of 22 trucks was hijacked
in Bayji. KBR is a subsidiary of Halliburton, American Vice
President Dick Cheney's "former" company which works on contract with
the US occupation forces.

3 AM: Explosions heard in Samarra'.

3:20 AM: 1 US soldier, Private First Class Jeffrey F. Braun, was shot
to death in an incident in Baghdad.

5 AM: RPG attack on a US patrol in Abu Ghurayb.

6:20 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol in ar-Ramadi killed 1 US
soldier, Sergeant Jarrod W. Black, and wounded 2 more

6:30 AM: Small arms attack on a US armored patrol in al-Wajihiyah,
northeast of Baaqubah.

7 AM: Explosions hear south of US Headquarters in Mosul.

7:30 AM: Ambush on US patrol south of US Headquarters in Mosul.

7:30 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol in Mosul.

8 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol near ar-Rashid Airport in
Baghdad. Another roadside bomb was found after searching the area.

8 AM: RPG attack on a US convoy west of Khalis.

8 AM: RPG attack on a US patrol southwest of Baghdad Airport.

9 AM: RPG attack on a US unit south of Mosul. 9:30 AM: Roadside bomb
attack on a US patrol northeast of Baghdad.

9:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack near Sa'diyah. Several bombs went off
as US forces approached.

10 AM: Small arms attack on a gas station northwest of Qayyarah.

10:15 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a 19-man Polish convoy 2 miles
south of Mahawil, 14 miles north of Hillah, wounded 2 Polish troops,
one seriously. The bomb was fashioned from a land mine.

11 AM: Shooting attack on a KBR convoy 12 miles north of Taji near
Mushahidah. One KBR contractor was killed. 12 PM: Mortar attack on US
base in Mansuriyah.

12 PM: Another Roadside bomb attack on another Polish convoy on the
north end of Mahawil, several miles north of the previous attack. No
casualties were reported. 1 vehicle had a tire blown out in the blast.

12:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy in the Al-'Adl District
of Baghdad.

1 PM: Small arms and RPG attack on a US unit guarding a bridge in al-
Habbaniyah.

1:30 PM: A rocket was found that was aimed at Civil Military
Operation Center (CMOC) office in al-Makhmur. Several Roland missiles
were also discovered in al-Makhmur. This is a mostly-Kurdish area of
Irbil Province.

1:30 PM: Shooting attack on a US convoy in the ad-Dawrah District of
Baghdad.

3 PM: Roadside bomb attack on US troops on a highway in Khalidiyah.

3:30 PM: Mortar attack on the Civil Military Operation Center (CMOC)
office in Mosul.

4:30 PM: An explosion was heard south of Shakk, northwest of Bayji.

6:30 PM: Rocket attack on US unit south of Tikrit.

6:30 PM: Small arms attack on a Polish convoy in Basra.

7 PM: RPG attack on a US base in the an-Nidal District of Baghdad.

7:30 PM: Shootout between US forces and Iraqi Resistance fighers
planting roadside bombs along the highway east of Samarra'.

8 PM: Small arms attack on a Coalition base near as-Suwayrah.

8 PM: Small arms and RPG attack on guards in front of a municipal
building in Abu Ghurayb.

8 PM: Mortar attack on a US base in the al-Waziriyah District of
Baghdad.

8:30 PM: Small arms attack from a rooftop on a US patrol in the
Khadra' District of Baghdad.

9 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a joint US-Iraqi Puppet Police
patrol in Mosul. Guerillas attacked in 2 vehicles.

9 PM: Small arms attack on the guards in front of Indian Embassy in
the Sa'diyah District of Baghdad. 10 PM: Grenade attack on a CD store
in ad-Diwaniyah. Several grenades were thrown at the store.

10 PM: RPG, mortar and small arms attack on a US unit in the an-Nidal
District of Baghdad.

10:30 PM: Small arms attack by men in a vehicle on a US patrol in
Tikrit.

11 PM: Mortar attack on a US base in the an-Nidal District of Baghdad.

11:30 PM: Guerillas observed cutting phone lines in As-Sa'diyah near
the Iranian border.

11:30 PM: Rocket attack on Baghdad Airport.

11:48 PM: Mortar attack on a US base at Baghdad Airport. Roadside
bomb attack on US convoy in Hawsa, south of Baghdad, exploded 200
yards away from the convoy and hit Iraqi Puppet Police instead,
killing 1 puppet and wounding 1 more.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency


Harvest of the Iraqi Resistance for Saturday, 13 December 2003.

1) There was an attack on an American military convoy in the Sanhabi
District near the city of Hadithah for which credit was claimed by a
formation of Saddam's Fedayeen. The attack left three American scum
dead and wounded two others. A personnel carrier , a truck, and a
jeep were destroyed.
2) In al-Hillah a formation of the Army of Jerusalem attacked a
Polish military convoy killing one Polish soldier and wounding three
others in addition to destroying an armored personnel carrier.
3) An American military column was attacked by a unit of the Brigades
of al-Faruq in ar-Ramadi. The attack left two American soldiers
killed, four others wounded and destroyed a Humvee and a personnel
carrier.
4) In the al-Masih District of the captial Baghdad, an American
military patrol was attacked with hand grenades killing one American
and wounding two others. A Humvee was set afire.

Source: Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah.
http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_19122003.htm


Iraqi Resistance Log for Saturday, 13 December 2003.

US imperialist Central Command (Centcom) reported 3 soldiers wounded
today. News agencies reported only 1 wounded.

5 AM: A battle took place in Basra between several tribes armed with
RPGs and small arms. A British patrol in the area was also attacked
by the groups.

1 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US Stryker patrol near ad-Dulu'iyah.
The Stryker was set on fire and consequently destroyed. 1 soldier was
wounded in the attack.

3:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US base north of Baaqubah.

4:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol in Samarra'.

7 PM: An Iraqi puppet policeman reportedly caused an explosion in al-
Karradah District of Baghdad with a lit cigarette and fuel by
accident.

7 PM: US military claims that its raid to capture Iraqi President
Saddam Hussein began in ad-Duwar.

7 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol south of Taji.

7:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy in Tikrit.

8:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in Fallujah.

9 PM: Antitank rocket attack on an Iraqi puppet police station in
Mosul wounded one puppet policeman.

9 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol in ar-Ramadi.

10 PM: RPG attack on a US patrol in al-Fallujah.

11 PM: US military claims that a 4-hour-long raid to capture Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein ended in ad-Duwar. The US reported no
casualties in this operation.


Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.


Harvest of the Iraqi Resistance for Sunday, 14 December 2003.

1) In al-Khalidiyah a martyrdom fighter in his explosives-laden car
attacked an American military patrol on the highway at the entrance
to the city of al-Khalidiyah. The attack left the attacker martyred
and killed three of the occupation soldiers. Six others were
wounded. A Humvee and an armored personnel carrier were destroyed.
2) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath announced that it had
carried out an attack on an American military patrol in the area of
al-Karradah in Baghdad, killing one American soldier and wounding two
others, in addition to destroying a military jeep.
3) A sniper unit of the Republican Guard killed one American soldier
as he stood guard in front of the gate to the train station in
Baghdad. The Republican Guard group returned to its base without
injury.
4) A formation of the Army of Jerusalem attacked an American
military convoy on the road between Baghdad and Saddam International
Airport. The attack left two American soldiers killed, five others
wounded and destroyed a tank and three various vehicles.

Source: Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah.
http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_19122003.htm


Iraqi Resistance Log for Sunday, 14 December 2003.

US imperialist Central Command (Centcom) reported 8 soldiers wounded
today. News agencies reported ZERO wounded.

1 AM: RPG attack on a US patrol in al-Fallujah.

1 AM: Land mine attack north of al-Husaybah.

2 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy in Taji.

4 AM: 1 US soldier, Staff Sgt. Kimberly A. Voelz, an explosives
demolition expert, was killed just outside al-Fallujah as she
approached a suspected roadside bomb in an attempt to investigate the
suspicious device. It is not known why the bomb went off but it may
have been triggered by remote control.

8:32 AM: Martyrdom operation involving a vehicle on an Iraqi puppet
police station in Khalidiyah. 20 Iraqis were killed and 33 more were
wounded. 17 of those killed were Iraqi Puppet Police and most of the
wounded were also puppets. Senior officers were amongst the puppet
casualties. No US casualties. Pic:
http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/rdonlyres/7F6616DA-6CA6-46A5-B0E0-
DB926C1FAD24/21205/ADC0FD0280E94846BE51D4D4D8B66A6D.jpg

10 AM: Mine attack on a US convoy north of al-Qa'im.

10 AM: Roadside bomb attack on US troops near Al-Asad in al-Anbar
Province killed 1 US soldier, Spc. Rian C. Ferguson.

12 PM: A Kellog, Brown & Root (KBR) vehicle was attacked south of al-
Balad and the driver, a KBR employee, was killed. 1:30 PM: Roadside
bomb attack on a US convoy southeast of Samarra'.

12 PM: The official Iranian news agency announced that Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein had been captured in ad-Duwar.

1:30 PM: 2 separate convoys, one made up of occupation military and
the other of KBR contractors, were attacked simultaneously in Samawah.

2 PM: Small arms attack on contractors working for the occupation on
repairing power lines southeast of Baghdad.

2 PM: 1 US soldier was shot and wounded in the Kazim Mullah Mohammed
District of Baghdad.

2 PM: Small arms attack on US MPs in the al-Karradah District of
Baghdad.

2 PM: Small arms attack by Iraqi Resistance Fighters on foot carried
out against a US base in the al-'Allam District of Baghdad.

2 PM: An Iraqi Resistance fighter was observed photographing MPs in
the Zaydan District of Baghdad. The Resistance fighter reportedly
next opened fire on the MPs and a firefight ensued.

2 PM: A huge car packed with explosives was discovered at the so-
called Iraqi National Congress puppet headquarters in the Tarabalus
District of Baghdad. The car was detonated by US forces.

4 PM: Drive-by shooting attack by Iraqi Resistance fighters in a
Mercedes on US troops in Tikrit. American reports no casualties.

5:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US base southwest of ash-Shurah, north of
Qayyarah.

6:30 PM: Small arms attack on a British military vehicle in Basra.

7 PM: Mortar and grenade on a US base in the Utufiyah District of
Baghdad. Iraqi Resistance fighters drove a vehicle past the front
gate of the base and threw a grenade.

7:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US base in Mosul.

8 PM: Mortar attack on a US base in Mosul.

8:20 PM: Large explosions followed by bursts of gunfire rocked
Baghdad as a car exploded in the al-Karradah District after men
jumped out of the vehicle and ran away. No casualties.

9 PM: Mortar attack on a US base in Mosul. 9:30 PM: Drive-by shooting
and hand grenade attack on a US patrol in Central Mosul. Iraqi
Resistance fighters were in a taxi.

9:30 PM: 60 mm mortar attack on a US base near the Baghdad Airport.

10 PM: Shootout with Iraqi Resistance fighters planting roadside
bombs along the highway southwest of Hibhib, near Khalis.

10 PM: Drive-by shooting attack on a camp of the puppet so-called
Iraqi civil defense forces near an-Najaf by Iraqi Resistance fighters
in 2 vehicles.

10:30 PM: Firefight between Iraqi Resistance fighters trying to plant
roadside bombs near Baaqubah.

11 PM: Shooting attack on guards at the 'Ayn Zalah oil refinery in
northern Ninewa Province in a mostly-Kurdish region.

11:30 PM: Mortar followed by RPG attack on US troops in Abu Ghurayb.
RPG and small arms attack on US patrol near ar-Ramadi resulted in a
firefight. No casualties reported. Firefight with Iraqi Resistance
forces somewhere in al-Anbar Province. No casualties reported. 100's
took to the streets shooting in the air and chanting slogans in
support of the President. Local police joined in the demonstrations.
No US casualties reported. Firefight northeast of al-Fallujah
involving small arms. No casualties reported. Pipeline attacked and
in flames in northern Iraq.


Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.