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Iraqi Resistance Data Report for Monday, 15 December
2003 through Friday, 19 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.

Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah.
Monday, 15 December 2003.

1) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath has taken
responsibility for an attack on an American military
patrol in al-'Amiriyah district in Baghdad. The
attack left one American soldier dead and one other
wounded and destroyed one Humvee.

2) A detachment of the Army of Jerusalem planted an
explosive device in the path of an American military
column on the expressway south of al-Habbaniyah. The
remote-controlled explosion and the attack that
followed it left four occupation soldiers dead and
wounded three others, one tank and three other various
vehicles were destroyed.

3) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen attacked an
American military column on the highway outside the
city of al-Khalidiyah. The attack left two American
soldiers dead and wounded four others. One tank, one
Humvee, and a personnel carrier were destroyed.

Source:
http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_19122003.htm

Iraqi Resistance Log
December 15

The US imperialist Central Command (Centcom) reported
12 soldiers wounded today. News agencies reported 13
wounded today.

2 AM: Resistance fighters attacked and reportedly
attempted to rob a bank in the al-Waziriyah District
of Baghdad.

3 AM: RPG attack on US troops in Samarra'.

6 AM: Drive-by shooting attack on a so-called Iraqi
Civil Defense Corps puppet soldier in ad-Dawr. 1
puppet soldier was wounded.

7 AM: Mortar attack on US base in Abu Ghurayb.

7:30 AM: 1 US soldier, possibly Pfc. Kenneth C.
Souslin, was shot to death in an incident at Baghdad
Airport.

7:55 AM: Martyrdom operation with vehicle at an Iraqi
Puppet Police Station in Husseiniyah, 18 miles north
of Baghdad killed 10 Iraqis, including 8 puppets, and
wounded 20 other Iraqis, including 10 puppets.

8:30 AM: Martyrdom operation with a vehicle at the
criminal investigation bureau of an Iraqi puppet
police station in the al-'Amiriyah District of Baghdad
killed 2 puppet policemen and wounded 12 Iraqis,
including 4 puppet police. The bureau is right next to
the US Headquarters in that District of Baghdad.

8:35 AM: Another martyrdom operation with a vehicle on
the same Iraqi Puppet Police Station in al-'Amiriyah
was foiled just minutes later as a speeding car raced
towards the station. Puppet police and US troops fired
on the car, wounding the driver, who was then
arrested. The car was found to be packed with
explosives which were then defused.

8:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on an Iraqi Puppet
Police shuttle truck in Baaqubah. The bomb hit the
truck.

1 PM: RPG, roadside bomb, mortar and automatic weapons
attack on a US patrol on the outskirts of Samarra'. No
damage or casualties reported. The US claims 16
Resistance fighters were killed in this attack, but
residents of Samarra' said 1 Iraqi civilian was killed
and 1 was wounded.

4:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US checkpoint
southwest of Taji near Marjiaba.

4:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US checkpoint
southeast of Taji.

4:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US checkpoint
southeast of Tikrit.

4:30 PM: Several contractors working for the
occupation were wounded when a 122 mm artillery round
exploded next to them.

5 PM: Demonstration in ar-Ramadi in support of Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein. 750 rallied. US troops were
fired on repeatedly from the crowd and 1 soldier was
wounded. Troops fired back, killed 3 Iraqis and
wounded 2 more. Rebellious people set ablaze the
offices of 2 collaborationist Iraqi political parties
on the Puppet Council.

5:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in
al-'Amiriyah District of Baghdad.

5:30 PM: ANOTHER small arms attack on Iraqi Puppet
Police in ad-Duwar.

5:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US base near Balad.

5:30 PM: RPG, grenade and small arms attack on a US
patrol in the al-Waziriyah District of Baghdad.

6 PM: Anti-American demonstration in support of Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein in the al-'Amiriyah District
of Baghdad. Demo lasted until 11 PM when it was broken
up by puppet cops.

6 PM: Large group of 30 Resistance fighters opened
fire on US troops returning from a weapons cache near
ar-Ramadi. US troops fired back and a firefight
resulted.

7 PM: RPG attack on a US patrol in the at-Tayaran
District of Baghdad.

8 PM: Uprising in al-Fallujah in support of Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein. Demonstrators sacked a local
puppet government office where US contractors visit
every day, putting police guards to flight. They
stormed the building, put up huge portraits of Saddam
Hussein, smashed the furniture, computers, air
conditioning equipment and destroyed documents. Then
they took all the wreckage from the office outside and
burned it in a huge bonfire. 2 large pictures of the
Iraqi President and an Iraqi flag were hung from the
top of the building. The rioting raged on into the
night and Resistance fighters reportedly opened fire
on US troops during this protest, wounding 1 soldier.

8 PM: Multiple RPG attack on US troops in al-Fallujah.
No damage or casualties reported.

8:30 PM: Grenade, RPG and small arms attack on an
Iraqi puppet police station in al-Hadithah.

8:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol near
ar-Rashid Airport in Baghdad.

9 PM: A large explosion was heard in al-Fallujah.
Shortly afterwards, Resistance fighters attacked a US
Abrams tank with an RPG. US troops responded, shoting
to death 2 Iraqis and wounding 2 more.

9 PM: Demonstrators at the al-'Amiriyah demonstration
in support of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein opened
fire on US troops with weapons.

10 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a British patrol
north of al-Basrah.

Night: 1,000, or possibly thousands, of students
demonstrated in front of the university in Mosul
against the capture of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
The University had to be closed. 4 Iraqi puppet Site
Protection Force soldiers were wounded by rocks. Iraqi
puppet police tried to break up the demo. The demo
continued on until the early morning hours.

Late: A demonstration in al-A'zamiyah in Baghdad in
support of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein led to
attacks on 2 local Iraqi puppet police stations.
Puppet police opened fire to disperse demonstrators
who were shooting in the air. After that, 100 enraged
demonstrators attacked the 2 local police stations
from the street and rooftops with RPG's and automatic
weapons. A US patrol was later seen heading into
al-A'zamiyah. US sources reported 4 Iraqis were killed
and 2 puppet police wounded.

Eyewitnesses in al-A'zamiyah reported that 22
demonstrators were killed in the 24 hours from 15 to
16 December as US soldiers fired at demonstrators.

Demonstration in Tikrit protesting the capture of
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. 700 Iraqis, including
300 college students, turned out to protest Saddam
Hussein's arrest. Some wept and others held up old
Iraqi dinar notes with the President's picture on
them. They chanted slogans in favor of Saddam Hussein.
Local Iraqi Puppet Police and US troops broke up the
protest, beating some of the protestors and arresting
others. A student was killed somehow in this demo.

A demonstration in support of Iraqi President Saddam
Hussein in Musayyib, in the Upper South region. Very
interesting.

Ambush attack on US convoy near Tikrit wounded a
driver. Unknown whether the driver was civilian or
military.

Dual roadside bomb, multiple RPG and small arms attack
by 15-20 Resistance fighters on US troops north of
Khalidiyah.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.

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Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah
Tuesday, 16 December 2003.

1) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen attacked an
American military patrol in the city of Tikrit,
killing three occupation soldiers and wounding two
others. A Humvee and a personnel carrier were
destroyed.

2) An American convoy was attacked by a martyrdom
bomber on the highway outside the city of Samarra'.
The attack left nine occupation scum dead and wounded
five others. One tank, one Humvee, and a troop
transport vehicle were destroyed. Two martyrdom
attackers belonging to the Brigades of Saddam's
Fedayeen fell as martyrs.

3) A formation of the Army of Jerusalem has taken
responsibility for an attack in al-Fallujah on an
American military column on the highway. The attack
killed eight American scum and wounded three others.
One tank, one Humvee, and one troop transport vehicle
were destroyed.

Source:
http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_19122003.htm


The American Imperialist Central Command (Centcom)
reported 15 soldiers wounded today. The media only
reported 7 wounded.

6 AM: It became obvious that an absurd rumor that
'Izzat Ibrahim ad-Duri, Vice Chairman of the
Revolution Command Council of Iraq, had surrendered in
Mosul was false.

10:10 AM: Roadside bomb attack on US troops in Tikrit
hit a Humvee and wounded 3 soldiers, 2 seriously.
Pic: http://tinyurl.com/372jy

11 AM: A variety of demonstrations took place in
Mosul. The demo in front of Mosul University that
started yesterday continued. Another demo occurred at
the Mosul puppet mayor's office. A firefight involving
small arms broke out between protestors and Iraqi
puppet police at a nearby Iraqi puppet police station.
A US convoy also got tangled up in this firefight.

11 AM: Mine attack on an armored vehicle north of
al-Qa'im. The vehicle struck the mine.

11 AM: RPG attack on a US armored patrol in
al-Fallujah. No damage or casualties were reported. In
response, the US opened fire on a nearby home, causing
it to burst into flames.

11 AM: According to an American account, Iraqi puppet
police tried to run over a guard at a gas station in
the Shiite Kazimiyah District of Baghdad for unknown
reasons and US troops were forced to open fire on
their very own puppets!

11:30 AM: As the Iraqi puppet police were dispersing
the crowd in the Mosul University demo above, a car
drove by and opened fire on the puppets, killing 1
puppet and wounding 1 more in front of the university
gate.

11:30 AM: A demonstration in support of Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein took place in front of the
Mayor's Office in al-Fallujah. After the inhabitants
evacuated, the crowd blew up the Mayor's Office. US
troops either opened fire on demonstrators or got
involved in a firefight with the protestors. At any
rate, 5 Iraqis were reportedly killed by the troops.

11:30 AM: A peaceful demonstration in support of Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein took place in Bayji. A US
convoy appeared on the scene and the rally turned
violent immediately as protestors pelted the convoy
with rocks.

AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy north of
Baghdad wounded 1 US soldier.

12 PM: A demo in support of Iraqi President Saddam
Hussein took place in Baaqubah. It started off
peacefully, but later the demonstrators attacked the
local offices of the Iranian-backed so-called Supreme
Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI)
collaborationist political party, whose leader sits on
the puppet Interim Governing Council appointed by the
Americans. The demonstrators broke windows and
damaged a wall of the building.

12 PM: RPG attack on a US military helicopter in
al-Fallujah. No damage or casualties admitted.

12:30 PM: Mortar and small arms attack on a US
checkpoint east of Samarra'.

12:30 PM: Almost immediately after the attack east of
Samarra' above, the very same checkpoint east of
Samarra' was attacked again with small arms.
Resistance fighters attacked in a car and then fled
into town.

1 PM: RPG attack on a US military supply train ½ mile
northwest of al-Fallujah. The RPG's totally destroyed
3 rail cars and blew 2 others totally off the tracks.
A rebellious crowd looted some of the supplies on the
train. US helicopters arrived and fired warning shots
to disperse the patriots. A US ground force arrived
later to secure the scene and was immediately attacked
with RPG's. No US casualties admitted.

1 PM: A demonstration in support of Iraqi President
Saddam Hussein in al-'Amiriyah District of Baghdad.
This demo reportedly turned violent when a Resistance
fighter fired on US troops. Occupation troops
reportedly opened fire on demonstrators.

1 PM: A demonstration in support of Iraqi President
Saddam Hussein in the Khadra' District of Baghdad.

1 PM: A demonstration in support of Iraqi President
Saddam Hussein in the Ghazalia District of Baghdad.

1 PM: A demonstration in support of Iraqi President
Saddam Hussein in the al-Jihad District of Baghdad. At
all 4 of these Baghdad demonstrations above,
protesters unfurled posters of Saddam Hussein and
fired their weapons in the air.

2 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol south of the
Yarmuk Traffic Circle in southwest Mosul. Resistance
fighters fired simultaneously from both the street and
rooftops.

2:30 PM: An incident involving a US 5-ton truck and a
roadside bomb outside Mosul killed 1 US soldier, Spc.
Nathan W. Nakis, and wounded 9 other soldiers.

3 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol in the
al-Muradiyah District of southern Baghdad.

3 PM: Small arms attack on a US base near Khalis.
Other Resistance fighters reportedly engaged in the
clever ruse of celebratory gunfire at the same time as
the attack to cover the attack on the base.

5 PM: Small arms attack on a US base near as-Saniya,
southwest of Bayji.

5 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US checkpoint in
southwest Mosul.

6:30 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol in
Samarra'.

Evening: A demonstration in support of Iraqi President
Saddam Hussein in a village near Baaqubah forced the
local Iraqi puppet police out of their headquarters.

7 PM: RPG attack on a US checkpoint in Tikrit.

7 PM: RPG attack on US MPs at the al-A'zamiya Iraqi
Puppet Police Station in the al-A'zamiya District of
Baghdad.

7 PM: Bomb explosion heard southwest of Mosul. Iraqi
Puppet Police responded and saw Resistance fighters
planting a bomb near the road.

7:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy near
Qutniyah, 4 miles northwest of ar-Ramadi and south of
the highway. The bomb hit the convoy.

7:30 PM: Mortar attack in the al-'Adl District of
Baghdad. Probable target was a mosque but the motive
is unknown.

7:30 PM: Small arms attack on Iraqi puppet police in
al-Basrah. Resistance fighters escaped in a vehicle.

8 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol south
of the Bayji so-called Civil Military Operation Center
(CMOG) Headquarters.

8:30 PM: Drive-by shooting attack on a US patrol in
Mosul. Troops returned fire. No US casualties
acknowledged.

8:30 PM: Automatic weapons attack on a US patrol in
al-Miqdadiyah. Resistance fighters attacked from the
rooftop of the local Kurdish chauvinist Patriotic
Union of Kurdistan (PUK) collaborationist party
headquarters.

8:30 PM: Small arms attack by Resistance fighters in a
vehicle on a US patrol in Mosul.

9 PM: Small arms attack on the puppet mayor's home in
Mosul.

9 PM: Small arms attack on a US base southwest of
Mosul.

9 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol in the
al-Khalij District of Baghdad.

10:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US checkpoint in
Samarra'. Resistance fighters wearing all black
escaped into the night.

10:30 PM: Mortar attack on US base near as-Saniyah.

10:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US base in the
al-Kazemiya District of Baghdad.

11 PM: Homemade bomb explosion in ad-Duwar. The bomb
was on a light pole and the target was not known.

The following events occurred on December 16, but we
do not know what time of day:

An official of the Iranian-backed so-called Supreme
Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI)
which collaborates with the Americans was shot dead by
the Iraqi Resistance at his home in al-'Amil District
of Baghdad.

SCIRI collaborationist sources said that 'Ali
al-Zalemi, an official of the Baath Party in an-Najaf
and a former candidate of the Baath Party to represent
the city of an-Najaf was murdered by persons, likely
to have been SCIRI supporters.

A demonstration in support of Iraqi President Saddam
Hussein took place in ar-Ramadi. 2 Iraqis were shot
dead by US forces under unknown circumstances.

A demonstration in support of Iraqi President Saddam
Hussein took place in Tikrit as 250 students
demonstrated in front of their school. This rally was
broken up by US troops.

A demonstration in support of Iraqi President Saddam
Hussein in Tikrit was broken up by US troops.

Another demonstration in support of Iraqi President
Saddam Hussein in Tikrit was broken up by US troops.

Yet another rally in support of Iraqi President Saddam
Hussein in Tikrit was broken up by US troops.

Hundreds of US troops invaded Tikrit, including tanks
and APC's, apparently in an effort to intimidate the
town and put a stop to demonstrations in support of
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. Hussein al-Jaburi, the
puppet governor of Salah-Al-Din Province, rode through
town speaking through a megaphone, warning Tikritis
that any anti-occupation or anti-puppet government
demos would be fired on and those arrested for
engaging in any demo whatsoever would get 1 year in
prison. All public servants protesting would be fired
from their jobs if could engaging in any public
protest whatsoever. All demonstrations are illegal in
the US/Puppet Governing Council-ruled Province.

US troops shot 1 Iraqi dead under unknown
circumstances in Kirkuk.

In another incident unrelated to the above, US troops
wounded 1 Iraqi under unknown circumstances in Kirkuk.


Roadside bomb attack northwest of Khalidiyah on a US
armored patrol made up of 2 Bradley APC's. The bomb
hit an APC and 3 soldiers were wounded.

US troops invaded al-Fallujah anew and took over the
mayor's office, also setting up bases at the puppet
police station, a youth center, the train station and
a school. Troops and tanks swarmed the city and
checkpoints were everywhere.

Abu Ghurayb was reported as being in open rebellion.
Weapons and fighters were everywhere.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency

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Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah
Wednesday, 17 December 2003.

1) A formation of the Republican Guard has taken
credit for an attack on the American occupation
forces' headquarters in Baghdad. The attack killed
two occupation soldiers at the front gate of the
headquarters. Fires were ignited in more than one
location within the headquarters. Helicopters and
ambulances were seen carrying dead and wounded from
the square inside the headquarters.

2) An American military patrol was attacked in Tikrit
by a formation of Saddam's Fedayeen. The attack left
one American soldier dead and wounded three others. A
Humvee was destroyed.

3) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath has taken
credit for an attack on an American military patrol in
the Karradat Maryam district of Baghdad. The attack
left two American soldiers dead and one other wounded.
A Humvee was destroyed.

Source:
http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_19122003.htm

Iraqi Resistance Log
December 17

US imperialist Central Command (Centcom) reported 12
soldiers wounded today. Most media outlets reported
only 6 wounded.

1 AM: Hand grenade attack on US soldiers guarding a US
base in the al-Kindi District of Baghdad.

3 AM: 3,000 US troops invaded Samarra' and smashed
down doors and walls all over town. Most Resistance
fighters had already cleared out, apparently warned in
advance. At one home, troops opened fire on the house
for no reason, wounding a father and son, then used
the Zionist technique of denying the 2 wounded
civilians medical care. Troops deliberately delayed
the ambulance for 2 hours in hopes they would die. US
troops were unapologetic about their Zionist behavior
and promised to pay anyone harmed by the troops'
actions. A number of Iraqis were wounded in the
course of the day. In a scene straight of out of
occupied Palestine, US troops invaded one home and
began beating a suspected rebel in the head, shouting,
“Die, die, die, die!” The Resistance "suspect" was
making no effort to resist the assault nor did he
provoke it. The raids continued until nightfall but
found almost nothing. 1 US soldier was wounded by
shrapnel in the raids.

4 AM: Shooting attack by Iraqi Resistance fighters in
2 vehicles on an Iraqi puppet police checkpoint in
an-Nasiriyah killed 1 puppet policeman and wounded 3
more. Both vehicles fled to the north.

4 AM: US reports a small arms attack on US troops
south of a place they name Tuzkharmato by Resistance
fighters in a parked car.

5 AM: Although the official story is that a fuel
tanker collided with a civilian car at a crossroads in
the Baya' District of Baghdad, causing the massive
explosion and huge ball of flames that killed 16
Iraqis, badly wounded 23 others, and reduced 3
vehicles and a car to burnt-out wrecks, the real story
appears to be different altogether. According to one
theory, a martyrdom truck bomber loaded with
explosives attempted to catch up to a US convoy ahead,
and, racing to catch up to the convoy, was hit by a
civilian vehicle in the middle of the crossroads. Or,
possibly, the truck was just about to attack an Iraqi
Puppet Police Station quite close by, and was hit by
the car at the intersection. In either case, this
appears to be an aborted vehicle martyrdom operation.
At any rate, the US story is not holding up at all.

Early AM: An explosion was reported in the al-Yarmuk
District of Baghdad.

9 AM: RPG attack on US troops in Mosul by Resistance
fighters on a motorcycle wounded 2 soldiers.

10 AM: Grenade attack on a US patrol in the al-Khansa'
District of eastern Baghdad. Grenade was tossed from
an overpass.

10 AM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in the
al-Jabbur District of Baghdad.

10:30 AM: Small arms attack on a British patrol in
al-Basrah.

12:30 PM: Second day of demonstrations in support of
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in Mosul. Students
marched through town carrying pictures of the Iraqi
President. As they approached a puppet public
facilities protection force office, shots rang out and
4 students were hit by bullets. Students attacked an
office of Turkmen political party and set a party
vehicle on fire.

1:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US convoy in
al-Fallujah.

3 PM: Mortar attack on US troops at a US base near
Mosul University. Resistance fighters got out of a
vehicle and fired 8 mortar rounds at the troops. The
rounds all hit the US position. 1 US soldier was
wounded and a Humvee was damaged.

3 PM: A roadside bomb was set off in ar-Ramadi.

4 PM: Small arms attack on a US convoy in Mosul.

4 PM: Dead body found near the US Talil Air Base near
an-Nasiriyah.

5 PM: Dual roadside bomb attack on a US convoy in
Humayra, 13 miles south of Kirkuk. Apparently 4 US
troops may have been wounded and a Humvee was
destroyed. 4 listed as wounded until confirmation.

5 PM: A homemade bomb was set off in ad-Duwar.

5 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol in
Bayji.

7 PM: Resistance fighters attacked a patrol northeast
of Samarra'. A US sniper returned fire and a firefight
resulted.

7 PM: There was an explosion northwest of Hit.

7:20 PM: Roadside bomb and small arms attack on a US
patrol in the Zuwaynat District of Baghdad.

8 PM: Roadside bomb attack on US troops in the
Al-Baya' District of Baghdad missed the troops and hit
Iraqis instead. 1 Iraqi was killed, 2 were wounded and
a civilian car was damaged.

8 PM: Resistance fighters planting roadside bombs east
of Samarra' were spotted by US troops and engaged.

9 PM: Mortar attack on a US base south of Mosul.

9 PM: RPG attack on a US armored patrol in Khalidiya.

9:15 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in southern
Mosul.

10 PM: Mortar attack on a US base northeast of
Baaqubah.

10 PM: Drive-by shooting attack on a gas station in
al-'Amiriyah District of Baghdad.

10:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in the
Karradah District of Baghdad killed 1 US soldier, Spc.
Christopher J. Holland, and wounded 1 more soldier and
an Iraqi collaborator translator.

11:30 PM: Iraqi Resistance fighters took 15 AK-47's
from an Iraqi puppet police station in Qaryat Zuhrah,
3 miles northeast of Baaqubah.

The following events occurred on December 17, but we
do not know what time of day:

The University of Tikrit decided to close for a few
days after 3 days of continuous demonstrations in
support of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.

US troops were attacked off and on all day, usually
with small arms, in Tikrit. They were attacked maybe
10-15 times at a minimum today.

RPG attack on an Iraqi puppet police checkpoint in
southeastern Mosul.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency

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Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah
Thursday, 18 December 2003.

1) An American convoy came under an armed attack on
the highway between Baghdad and al-Basrah. A
formation of the Army of Jerusalem took responsibility
for that assault in which mortars and rocket-propelled
grenades were used. Five occupation soldiers were
killed and four others wounded. Two tanks, a truck,
and a personnel carrier were destroyed.

2) An elite sniper detachment killed one American
soldier in a guard emplacement in front of the Radio
and Television building in as-Salihiyah early in the
morning. The detachment that carried out the
operation returned safely to its base.

3) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath attacked
an American military convoy in the al-Bayya' district,
killing two American soldiers and wounding another. A
Humvee was also destroyed.

4) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath carried
out an attack in Mosul on an American military patrol
that left one American soldier dead and two others
wounded in addition to destroying a Humvee.

Source:
http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_19122003.htm


Iraqi Resistance Log
December 18

Centcom reported 8 soldiers wounded today. The media
reported ZERO US troops wounded today.

8 AM: Small arms attack on a British MP patrol in
az-Zubayr, southwest of al-Basrah.

8 AM: Small arms attack on a US convoy south of
Baghdad.

11 AM: Small arms attack on a Kellog, Brown & Root
(KBR) convoy south of Samarra'. KBR is a subsidiary
of Halliburton, the monopoly company associated with
US Vice President Dick Cheney and a major contractor
with the occupation forces in occupied Iraq.

11 AM: Drive-by shooting attack on a US patrol in
Tikrit.

11 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy near
Iskandariyah. Resistance fighers escaped in a taxi
afterwards.

AM: A demonstration in support of Iraqi President
Saddam Hussein in Hawija. 1,000 people marched,
carried portraits of the Iraqi President and fired
weapons in the air.

12:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US base south of
Tikrit.

1 PM: Small arms attack on a KBR convoy in Samarra'.

2 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol southwest of
Baghdad.

4 PM: Small arms attack on a US convoy in ar-Ramadi.

4:40 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US armored patrol
in the Sadr City District of Baghdad.

5 PM: Small arms attack on a US base in Tikrit.

6 PM: RPG attack on a US base in Tikrit.

7 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in the
al-'Urubah District of Baghdad.

7:30 PM: Small arms attack on a Danish patrol near Abu
Shuwayr, 75 miles northwest of al-Basrah near Al
Hammar.

8:30 PM: S-5K rocket attack on the Bayji so-called
Civil Military Information Center (CMIC) puppet
office.

8:30 PM: Drive-by RPG attack on the offices of the
Iraqi Islamic Party in Mosul. Gunmen used a stolen car
to carry out the attack.

8:30 PM: Grenade attack on a US MP patrol in southern
Mosul. The Resistance fighters escaped on foot
afterwards.

8:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US base in al-'Amiriyah
District of Baghdad. Resistance fighters fired from a
nearby racetrack.

9 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a KBR truck driver in
Abu Ghurayb.

9 PM: Resistance fighters in a van were observed
planting a roadside bomb in the al-Jadida District of
Baghdad.

9:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in central
Mosul.

10:30 PM: RPG attack on a so-called Iraqi Civil
Defense Corps puppet base south of Mosul.

11 PM: Shooting attack on the Latifiyah Oil Refinery
in Latifiyah.

The following events occurred on December 18, but the
time of day is either unknown or irrelevant:

A US soldier, Sgt. Glenn R. Allison, was killed in an
incident in Baghdad.

A new policy was announced by the puppet so-called
Interim Governing Council. For the petty crime of
buying or selling black market gasoline, the sentence
was set at a draconian 3-10 years in prison.

Iraqi traitors, puppets, spies and lackeys cooperating
with US troops have been donning masks over their
faces in large numbers in the past week, especially in
the cities of Samarra' and Tikrit, in Salah ad-Din
Province south of Balad near Mashahidah and in the
al-'Amariyah District of Baghdad. These
collaborator-traitors fear the ferocious wrath of the
people so they hide their identities in terror.

Citizens of the al-'Amiriyah District of Baghdad have
been told by soldiers that no opposition to the US
occupation, peaceful or violent, will be permitted.
All those openly opposing the US Occupation in any way
will be arrested and jailed.

US troops invaded, in classic Zionist fashion, a boys'
secondary (for boys aged 11-18) school in the
al-'Amiriyah District of Baghdad. The troops were
accompanied by masked Iraqi collaborator-traitor
spies, apparently local Iraqi puppet police so
frightened of the wrath of the people that they hid
their faces in fear. The puppets had taken photos of
the boys throwing stones at US armored patrols 2 days
before. Soldiers took photos of all teachers at the
school. Boys identified as having thrown stones were
dragged out of their classrooms by the troops, often
literally. Some were beaten and kicked by soldiers, a
favorite Zionist pastime. One boy had his arm broken
when he was beaten by a soldier. As school was let out
for the day, soldiers shot over the heads of the boys
running home from school and anyone else in the area,
in a classic Zionist maneuver.

The new US policy in Baghdad seems to be that some
Iraqis killed somehow in any altercation with US
troops are having their bodies confiscated by the
troops. Relatives are sometimes forbidden to remove
and bury the bodies of their loved ones after US
troops kill them. Instead, the bodies of the martyred
Iraqis are confiscated by US troops. It is not known
what happens to the martyrs' bodies after the troops
take them. Loved ones are often forbidden from
visiting their wounded relatives in the hospital if
they have been wounded by US troops. Wounded Iraqis
suspected of being Resistance fighters are being taken
by troops to US prison camps where relatives are
absolutely forbidden to visit them, ever. US troops
are now raiding hospitals and seizing wounded Iraqis
lying in hospital beds in the well-known style of the
Zionists. These wounded Iraqis are then whisked off to
unknown locales by US troops.

Report on raids in Baghdad: US troops are storming
Iraqi homes and the Iraqis often have no idea why.
Iraqis whose homes are raided, including females, are
often refused bathroom breaks so they urinate on
themselves in front of everyone while the soldiers
laugh at them and make fun of them. Sometimes, using
Zionist tactics, the soldiers break almost everything
in the house. Other times, they just smash up a few
things. They also often steal any money and jewelry
they can find, another classic Zionist technique. At
other times they take people's belongings and throw
them outside and set them on fire to make a big
bonfire out of them.

The lone oil refinery in Baghdad has been shuttered by
the occupation until such time as a US or British
corporation can be enticed into opening up by the lure
of high profits despite the deteriorating security
situation for the occupiers and their stooges.

The US has now set up an official artillery brigade
certified to fire huge 155mm shells inside of Baghdad
city limits.

Raids continued in Samarra'. US soldiers blew down
doors and walls of homes with explosives. The
resulting explosions often shattered windows and doors
of other homes all up and down the street and
sometimes also set cars on fire. Afterwards, sometimes
the soldiers gave the women in the house 30 minutes to
take anything expensive out of the home. Then the
soldiers blow up the house. Many Iraqis are having
their homes blown up in this Zionist fashion.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.

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Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah
Friday, 19 December 2003.

1) A formation of the Forces of al-Faruq ambushed an
American military column in the al-Muhammadi area
south of Baghdad. The attack left three of the
occupation soldiers dead and wounded five others, in
addition to destroying a tank, a Humvee, and a troop
transport vehicle.

2) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath took
responsibility for an attack on an American military
patrol in the Abu Ghurayb district near Baghdad. One
American soldier was killed in the attack and two
others wounded. A military Jeep was destroyed.

3) Fighters of the al-Faruq Brigades launched a rocket
attack on the headquarters of the American forces near
the University of Mosul. The rocket attack left one
American soldier dead and two others wounded. One tank
and one Humvee were destroyed.

Communique issued by the Information Department of the
General Command of the Resistance and Liberation
concerning some events after the arrest of President
Saddam Hussein.

Press Release

The number of operations that detachments of the
heroic resistance have carried out since the arrest of
President Saddam Hussein until this morning totals 243
operations in various parts of mujahid Iraq.

Three traitors have been arrested and are under
investigation in connection with their setting up a
spy network in the service of the occupation forces.

According to information available to the Command,
President Saddam Hussein was not a victim of betrayal
as the American Administration claims, but was
captured as a result of the occupation observing one
of his visitors.

Enemy losses since the arrest of the President until
today are more than 14 tanks, 18 Humvees and four
armored vehicles but this has not been announced.

The Command has learned that the leaders of states
which are home to Arab satellite television stations
have been requested to compel all satellite TV
stations not to mention the activity of the Resistance
or their operations, and not to transmit pictures of
demonstrations against the American infidels. A simple
review of the situation confirms this.

This is a pledge that their days are going to be
calamitous for them and that by the grace of God it
will become clear that victory is ours.

[dated] 21 December 2003.


Source:
http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_19122003.htm

Iraqi Resistance Log.
December 19

4 AM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in al-'Adl
District of Baghdad.

5 AM: Bomb explosion at a Baghdad office of the
Iranian-backed collaborationist SCIRI political party.
1 Iraqi killed, 5 were wounded and the ½ the building
was collapsed.

5:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy near
Baaqubah.

7:30 AM: Apparent roadside bomb attack on a US fuel
tanker in Abu Ghurayb wounded 2 US troops. According
to witnesses, 2 troops were killed and 1 was wounded.
Huge columns of black smoke could be seen rising from
the area. 3 listed as wounded until confirmation.

7:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy near
Baaqubah.

9:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol near
Qastal Mihl Airbase in Baghdad.

10 AM: Small arms attack on an Iraqi puppet police
station Balad killed 1 so-called Iraqi Civil Defense
puppet soldier.

10:19 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy north of
Balad killed 1 US soldier, Pfc. Charles E. Bush Jr.,
and wounded 2 more soldiers.

10:40 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a KBR convoy west of
Baghdad. The bomb hit the convoy.

11 AM: Homemade bomb attack on a railroad bridge 1 ½
miles south of Taji.

11 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US MP convoy
northwest of ar-Ramadi.

11 AM: Guerillas in a vehicle staged a small arms
attack on a US convoy near the so-called Freedom
Bridge in Mosul.

12 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a convoy of a TCN
Corporation north of Bayji.

1:30 PM: Small arms and RPG attack on a US convoy east
of Balad.

2 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US convoy in
Amariyah, southwest of al-Fallujah.

3 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in the
Tarabulus District of Baghdad.

3 PM: Small arms attack on a US convoy on the airport
road near Baghdad Airport.

4 PM: AN ICDC Puppet soldier was killed in Jalula
while trying to dismantle a roadside bomb.

4:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy near
Bayji.

4:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy 12 miles
south of Baaqubah.

Afternoon: RPG and small arms attack on US troops in
ar-Ramadi. No casualties acknowledged.

5:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US base north of Taji.

6 PM: Mortar attack on a US base in Balad.

6 PM: Bomb attack on an oil pipeline 4 miles north of
Mashahida.

6 PM: 3 RPG's were fired at an oil storage depot in
the southern outskirts of Baghdad set it aflame. 2.6
million barrels of oil were destroyed in the attack.

6 PM: RPG attack on a US base in an-Nassah District of
Baghdad.

6:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol in
al-Mullah 'Alwan.

7 PM: Iraqi Resistance fighters were seen taking
photos of a US base in al-Kazimiyah. When confronted
by US guards, they opened fire and fled.

7:30 PM: RPG and small arms attack on US troops in
Zahrah, 5 miles north of Baaqubah.

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

10:30 PM: Roadside bomb, followed by small arms attack
on a US patrol in western Mosul.

11:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol in the
Hayy 'Adan District of northeast Baghdad.

Night: Iraqi puppet police shot and wounded 2
Resistance fighters who were planting roadside bombs
near Hawija.

Night: 'Ali Qasem al-Tamimi, Baath Party official and
the district mayor of Najaf's al-Furat neighborhood,
was shot dead as he was shopping in downtown Najaf
with a friend.

The following events occurred on December 19, but we
do not know what time of day:

Roadside bomb attack on US forces in Muhammadi, near
Hit, reportedly destroyed a Humvee and wounded several
soldiers. 3 listed as wounded until confirmation.

Just being reported today for the first time, on 12-6,
there was an assassination attempt on Paul Bremer.
Unfortunately, it was not successful and he is still
alive.

260 Iraqi puppet police have been killed since the
fall of Baghdad April 9, according to occupation
statistics. That is a little more than one per day.
The wrath of the people has been truly mighty when it
comes to dealing with these Iraqi puppet police
traitors and spies.

A horrific curfew has been in effect for weeks now in
Samarra'. The conditions of this Zionist-type curfew
are not that anyone seen on the streets after 9 PM
risks arrest, but, incredibly, that anyone seen out
between 9 PM and 4 AM will be shot on sight. This is a
classic Zionist Occupation technique, taken straight
from Occupied Palestine and transplanted to Occupied
Iraq.

Shooting attack on an armed guard outside the UNHCR
Refugee Commission's office in Mosul. A guard was
wounded.

Polish troops imposed a curfew on Karbala' as
Zionist-type behavior became the latest fashion
amongst the occupying imperialist armies.

1000's marched in large anti-US demos in Mahmudiyah
and Baghdad.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.