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Iraqi Resistance Data Report for Sunday, 4 January

2004 through Saturday, 10 January 2004.


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.

Saturday, 3 January 2004.


Not available.


Iraqi Resistance Log

Saturday, 3 January 2004.


12 AM: So-called Operation Iron Grip continued near

the Ad-Durah District on the southern outskirts of

Baghdad. It continued until 1:20 AM. 


1 AM: Small arms attack on a US unit near Ad-Duwar.

The Resistance fighters escaped into Munayshifah in a

vehicle. 


6 AM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base near the

Green Zone in Baghdad. 


6 AM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base in the

Karikur Afandi District in southeast Baghdad. 


8:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US Military Police

convoy in al-Khadra' District of Baghdad. 


9 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US Military Police

convoy 8 miles west of Baghdad near az-Zarkan. 


9 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy 24 miles

north of Baghdad near Mushahidah. 


10:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US Military Police

patrol escorting a US convoy in Abu Ghurayb. 


AM: 4 Iraqis were killed and 1 was wounded when their

car attempted to pass a US convoy on a road in Tikrit.

Troops opened up on the car with 27 bullets,

apparently just because it was passing them. 


AM: Another bomb found in Baaqubah. 


AM: Yet another bomb discovered north of Baaqubah. 


12 PM: Small arms attack on a US convoy in central

Mosul. 


12:30 PM: Violent demonstration in front of the home

of the governor of al-Muthanna Province in As-Samawah.

Crowd threw stones and threatened to plunder the

governor's mansion before the governor's guards fired

shots to disperse them. 


2 PM: Small arms attack on the Governor of

ad-Diwaniyah Province and his entourage near al-Hamza,

south of ad-Diwaniyah. 


3 PM: Rocket attack on a US occupation base east of

al-Fallujah. 


3:30 PM: Small arms attack on a truck in a US

contractor convoy near as-Samawah. The contractor

driver has gone missing after the attack.

Investigation continuing. 


6:30 PM: RPG attack on a US checkpoint in the Tayaran

District of Baghdad. 


7 PM: Drive-by shooting attack on Iraqi Puppet Police

in ar-Ramadi. Resistance fighters escaped in the

vehicle. 


7 PM: Simultaneous RPG attack on several US

helicopters near Muhammad Sulayman, 15 miles northwest

of Balad and close to Samarra'. 


7 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base southwest

of Baaqubah. 


8 PM: RPG attack on a US patrol in western

al-Husaybah. 


9:30 PM: Small arms attack on US occupation troops

while troops conducted a raid in western Mosul. 


10:30 PM: Drunken Irbil Ministry of Energy guards

staged a small-arms attack on their fellow puppets,

the Peshmergah guards at the Irbil puppet so-called

Civil Military Operation Center (CMOC) Office. 


11 PM: Small arms attack on a puppet so-called civil

defense force unit in the Tayaran District of Baghdad.

11:30 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol in

Baaqubah. 


11:30 PM: Drive-by shooting attack on guards at a US

occupation base in the Kazim Mullah Muhammad District

of Baghdad. 


11:40 PM: Another RPG and small arms attack on the

same US patrol in Baaqubah. 


11:55 PM: Yet another RPG and small arms attack on the

same US patrol in Baaqubah. 


3 Resistance fighters - 2 Iraqis and 1 Jordanian

fighter - were killed when their car exploded in

Mosul. It was filled with explosives. 


Attack on US occupation troops near an Iraqi Puppet

Police Station in Baaqubah. 5 puppet police wounded. 


Bomb found by Iraqi Puppet Police in Baaqubah. 


Bomb found in Ad-Duwar. Bomb was cinderblock with PE4,

a battery and a receiver for remote detonation. 


Bomb found 39 miles south of Mosul on Highway 1 near

Hatra. Bomb was PE4 with fuse wells and detonation

cord. 


Bomb found in Tall Afar. Bomb was 120mm mortar round

packed with PE4 and a blasting cap. 


Several bombs were found on the highway 6 miles north

of ar-Ramadi near 'Abed al-Khalat. Bombs were 130mm

rounds buried in mounds with wires protruding and

remote detonation capability. This area has seen many

attacks recently. 


Bomb found in Baghdadi, near Asad Airbase. 


Bomb found along the highway 1 mile north of Mahawil.

Bomb was multiple 130mm shells. 


Bomb found in the az-Zafaraniyah District on the

southeastern outskirts of Baghdad.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency


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 Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah.

Sunday 4 January 2004.


 1) A formation of the Army of Jerusalem took credit

for an attack on a military convoy on the outskirts of

the city of Baaqubah.  Four occupation soldiers were

killed, five others wounded, a tank and three various

other vehicles were destroyed.  The communiqué issued

by the Resistance and Liberation says that among those

killed was an officer with the rank of colonel whose

name was unknown.


 2) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath on the

same day attacked an American military patrol that had

gathered in front of the puppet police station in

Baaqubah.  The attack, according to the communiqué

issued by the Resistance Forces, left one American

soldier dead and one puppet policeman.  Five others

were wounded and a Humvee and a police vehicle were

destroyed.


 3) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen made a lightning

strike on an American convoy on the road between Bayji

and Tikrit.  According to the communiqué issued by the

Command of the Resistance and Liberation, two American

soldiers were killed, six others wounded, and one

tank, one troop transport vehicle, and a truck were

destroyed.


 4) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen ambushed in a

planned way an American military patrol in Tikrit,

killing five occupation soldiers, wounding two others

and destroying two Humvees.


 5) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath killed six

American soldiers and wounded one other in addition to

destroying one Humvee in an attack on Palestine Street

in the center of Baghdad.  In the attack the

Resistance fighters used hand grenades and automatic

weapons. According to the communiqué issued by the

Command of the Resistance, the citizens who happened

to be on the scene of the attack helped the fighters

to disappear and carried away one of the wounded

Resistance fighters and hid him far from the

occupation forces who hurried to the scene of the

operation and closed off and searched Palestine Street

and adjacent streets looking for the fighters.


 6) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath took

credit for an attack on an American patrol on the main

street in Karradat Maryam in Baghdad. According to the

communiqué issued by the Resistance one American

soldier was killed and two others wounded and a Humvee

was set ablaze.


 7) A formation of the Republican Guard took

responsibility for an attack on an American military

convoy in the region of Balad. According to the

communiqué issued by the Resistance, the attack left

three occupation soldiers dead, four others injured,

and destroyed two vehicles.


 8) A formation of the Forces of al-Faruq took

responsibility for a daring attack on an American

military patrol in the city of Kirkuk that left two

American soldiers dead and one other wounded and

destroyed a Humvee.


 Source:

http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_10012004.htm


 
Iraqi Resistance Log

4 January 2004 


1 AM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base near

ash-Sharqat. 



10 AM: US Imperialist Central Command (Centcom) issued

an alert for 4 different vehicles in Baghdad that are

suspected of being rigged with explosives as car

bombs. 


 
11 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy northwest

of al-Fallujah. 


 
12 PM: An armed man reportedly tried to steal gas from

a gas station in Karbala'. 


 
12 PM: Drive-by shooting attack on an FPS unit in

al-Mahmudiyah. The Resistance fighters were also armed

with a large bomb. 


 
1 PM: Small arms ambush attack on US foot patrol in

Tikrit wounded 1 soldier. Troops fired back and all 3

Resistance fighters were reported killed. 


 
1:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy escorting

US contractors in Bayji wounded 3 soldiers. Bomb was a

155mm round. 


 
1:30 PM: RPG attack on a US convoy near Sadqah, 2

miles northeast of Hit. The Resistance fighter fired

down on the convoy from a hilltop overlooking the

highway. 


 
2:30 PM: Bomb attack on a train near al-Lutfiyah. The

bomb was detonated right under the train engine. A

crowd then attacked the train and tried to plunder it.

A number of members of the crowd  were arrested. 


 
5 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy in Tikrit

wounded 1 Iraqi collaborator translator. A Resistance

fighter was arrested after this attack. 


 
5 PM: Freshly dug holes were observed along the

highway 13 miles west of Iskandariyah near Muhammad

Shaykh Qasim. These holes were probably for bombs. 


 
5 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a Military Police patrol

in the Ghazaliya District of Baghdad. 


 
6 PM: Several Resistance fighters arrested with

bomb-making materials near al-Asad Air Base. 


 
10 PM: RPG attack on a US occupation base in

as-Suwayrah. 


 
11 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in Tall Afar. 


 
11:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in

Khalidiyah. 


 
Late: Small arms attack on the main US occupation base

in Tikrit. Resistance fighters fired from across the

Tigris. No casualties. 


 
Late: Attack on so-called Patriotic Union of Kurdistan

(PUK) collaborationist offices in Kirkuk wounded one

puppet guard. 


 
Night: Mortar attack on Occupation Headquarters in

an-Nasiriyah. 2 shells landed around the Headquarters.

No damage or casualties reported. 


 
Night: So-called Operation Iron Grip continued. 


 
Small arms attack on US occupation troops in

al-Hashisha, 45 miles south of Kirkuk. 1 Iraqi

civilian was killed when troops returned fire. 


 
US occupation troops killed a Resistance fighter in

Maftul Beg, 60 miles east of Tikrit. Several other

Resistance fighters were arrested. 


 
US occupation troops responding to a report of a

roadside bomb in ar-Ramadi heard 2 large explosions. 


 
Resistance fighters attacked an Iraqi subcontractor

truck convoy in Baghdad. Attacking in 2 vehicles, the

attackers fired small arms at the convoy and hijacked

5 trucks. 


 
Bomb found in ar-Ramadi. 


 
Bomb found in the highway median 2 miles north of

Khalidiyah. Bomb was 152mm round with wires

protruding.


 
Bomb found in Kirkuk. Bomb was several 107mm rounds

daisy-chained together. 


 
Bomb found east of Bani Sa'd. Bomb was a series of RPG

rounds daisy-chained together and wired for command

detonation. 


 
Bomb found in central Mosul. Bomb was 155mm round

packed with explosives. 


 
Bomb found in Balad. Bomb was 155mm round buried 4 ft

off the highway with red wires protruding and running

off to a nearby overlooking ridge. 


 
Rocket launchers armed and ready to fire were

discovered near the US occupation base at the Kirkuk

Airport. 

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.

Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah

Monday, 5 january 2004.


1) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen took

responsibility for a rocket and artillery attack on a

train carrying American troops, supplies, and materiel

west of Baghdad.  The attack destroyed four railroad

cars and set fire to the remaining train cars.

According to the communiqué issued by the Command of

the Resistance, enemy losses were great, and included

six dead and 35 wounded, most of them seriously.  In

addition the occupation forces lost a large quantity

of supplies and equipment.


2) An American military patrol was attacked south of

the city of Kirkuk, killing one American soldier and

wounding four others.  A Humvee and a military Jeep

were destroyed.


3) The Iraqi Army of Jerusalem took responsibility for

an attack with missiles and artillery – the second in

12 hours – on the so-called Green Zone (really the

Republican Palace and its environs), headquarters for

residence and work of the American occupation civil

authority and its military command in the center of

the Iraqi capital Baghdad.  Tongues of flame and

clouds of smoke could be seen rising from more than

one spot inside the compound.  American helicopters

hovered overhead as ambulances and fire trucks hurried

to the site of the damage. According to the communiqué

issued by the Command of the Forces of the Resistance,

the barrage was very concentrated and struck its

targets compeletely.


4) In a communiqué, forces of the Iraqi Army announced

their responsibility for a rocket and artillery

barrage on the headquarters of the American forces in

Kirkuk tha tkilled six occupation soldiers and wounded

eight others.  More than four military vehicles were

destroyed and a number of military sites were set

ablaze.


5) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath killed a

British soldier near the Baghdad Hotel in Baghdad in a

successful sniper operation according to a communiqué 

issued by the Resistance.  A spokesman for the British

forces acknowledged the incident.


Source:

http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_10012004.htm


Iraqi Resistance Log

Monday, 5 January 2004.


Occupation forces suffered 5 killed and 7 wounded

today. 1 US soldier, 2 French contractors, 1 US

contractor and 1 Iraqi Puppet Policeman were all

killed. 4 US occupation troops, 1 French contractor, 1

Iraqi puppet policeman and one Iraqi collaborator were

wounded today. 4 Iraqi civilians were killed and 7

were wounded. The US imperialist Central Command

(Centcom) reported 4 US soldiers wounded. The media

reported no wounded. There were 59 security incidents

today. The media reported only 22 of these incidents. 


12 AM: Rocket attack on a US occupation base in Mosul.

6 AM: Rocket attack on an Iraqi Puppet Police Station

in Kirkuk wounded 1 puppet. 


7:30 AM: A roadside bomb went off in Kirkuk, killing 1

Iraqi civilian and wounding 3 more. 


8:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US Kellog, Brown &

Root (KBR) contractor convoy west of the Mazra'

District of Baghdad. Bomb was a 155mm round.  KBR is a

major subsidiary of the Halliburton company, a firm

closely tied to US Vice President Dick Cheney.


8:45 AM: Another roadside bomb attack on another US

convoy, this time a military convoy, in the same area

west of the Mazra' District as the attack on the

contractor above at around the same time. 


11 AM: Resistance fighters on an overpass along the

highway in the al-Muthanna District of Baghdad

attacked a US convoy with small arms. 


11 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy 5 miles

southwest of Mahmudiyah. 


AM: An Iraqi lawyer working for the occupation

authority was shot and critically wounded in Mosul.

His son was also shot but his condition was not life

threatening. 


1 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base in Balad. 


1 PM: RPG attack on a US armored convoy ½ mile east of

ar-Ramadi. 


1 PM: Firefight between US occupation troops and

Resistance fighters 8 miles northeast of al-Asad. 


1 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy along

Highway 1 near Iskandariyah. 


1 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy along the

highway 10 miles west of Mahmudiyah near Yusufiyah. 


1:30 PM: Small arms attack on French contractors 3

miles north of al-Fallujah along Highway 10 killed 2

contractors and wounded 1 more. The contractors were

part of a 2-car convoy of French nationals working for

a US contractor. One SUV broke down and the occupants

got out to try to fix the car by the side of the road.

They were then attacked by Resistance fighters in 2

different vehicles. 


1:30 PM: At least 2 Resistance fighters concealed on a

rooftop attacked a US convoy near Balad. A firefight

resulted. 


2 PM: Shooting attack on an Iraqi puppet policeman in

Kirkuk killed 1 puppet. A Resistance fighter fired at

group of puppet police outside the station. The

Resistance fighter was then martyred. 


 
2 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a patrol 5 miles west of

al-Fallujah. 


 
2:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy along

Highway 1 near Shajira, 20 miles north of Bayji. 


 
3 PM: Landmine attack on a US armored patrol north of

Samarra'. A vehicle hit the mine. 


 
5 PM: Drive-by shooting attack on Iraqi puppet border

guards near Khanaqin. The Khanaqin border area has

seen almost zero action in the Resistance fighter war

and in the past few days there have suddenly been some

incidents. 


 
5 PM: Resistance fighters launched a mortar attack on

Baghdad Airport where the US reported an operation was

held to  blow up seized ordnance. 


 
Afternoon: Specialist Luke P. Frist died in a Texas

military hospital after being seriously wounded in the

attack on the US convoy in 'Abed al-Khalat on January

2. He was airlifted to Brook Army Hospital in San

Antonio January 4 after being treated in Germany. 


 
6 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US contractor

convoy 8 miles southwest of Mahmudiyah killed 1 US

contractor and 5 Iraqis. 


 
6 PM: A series of loud blasts shook Baghdad after

sunset. 


 
6:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US checkpoint in

al-Husaybah. 


 
7 PM: Small arms attack on a puppet so-called civil

defense checkpoint near al-Mansuriyah. 


 
7 PM: Firefight between a US armored patrol and a lone

Resistance fighter near Baaqubah. 


 
7 PM: RPG attack on a US checkpoint in al-Husaybah. 


 
8 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base in the

Ahmad Ghajar District of Baghdad. 


 
8 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base north of

Khalidiyah. 


 
8 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base in

ar-Ramadi. 


 
8:30 PM: An Italian patrol arrested someone whom they

accused of stealing fuel from the pipeline west of

an-Nasiriyah. 


 
9 PM: A train was hijacked and plundered north of

Bayji. 


 
9 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy along the

highway in al-Fallujah. 


 
10:30 PM: Small arms attack on puppet so-called civil

defense forces at the Abu Ghurayb Hospital in the

Mazra' District of Baghdad. 


 
11 PM: A US patrol observed several Resistance

fighters attempting to plant a roadside bomb near

Hadid. The attempt was thwarted when troops engaged

the Resistance fighters in a firefight. Bomb was a

155mm round. 


 
Evening: 2 men returning from a coffee house in

Baaqubah were shot dead by US occupation troops. 


 
Night: So-called Operation Iron Grip continued during

the night. 


 
An angry crowd of stone-throwing ex-Iraqi soldiers

rioted in al-Basrah, demanding back pay and stipends.

They tried to storm a branch of ar-Rafidayn Bank.

Iraqi puppet police fired on them, killing 1 and

wounding 3 more. 


 
Bomb found near Taji. Bomb was several 155mm rounds. 


 
Bomb found in the puppet so-called Civil Military

Operation Center parking lot in Qayyarah. Bomb was 10

pounds of C4 cased in a ball with a beeper to detonate

it. 


 
Bomb found north of Tikrit. 


 
Bomb found 5 miles south of Baaqubah near al-Bawadish.

Bomb was 155mm round with an electrical apparatus and

batteries attached for remote detonation. 


 
Bomb found near as-Sumar Iraqi puppet police station

in southeast Mosul. Bomb was 82mm round with C4 and

rigged for remote detonation. 


 
Bomb found by a US convoy ½ mile west of Mosul. Bomb

was a burlap bag with TNT covered with plastic wrap

inside the bag. 


 
Bomb found 2 miles north of ar-Ramadi near the Highway

1 bridge over the Euphrates. 


 
Bomb found 4 miles northeast of al-Habbaniyah near

assSaqlawiyah. Bomb was 122mm artillery round with

wires protruding, hidden inside a tire. 


 
Bomb found on the north side of the highway in

Karbala'. 


 
 

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency


 
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Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah

Tuesday, 6 January 2004.


 
1) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen took

responsibility for the ambush on an American spy

convoy made up of five vehicles that took place

outside the city of al-Fallujah.  The attack left four

foreigners dead and five others wounded.  It was said

afterwards that those killed were Frenchmen who were

working for an American company.  According to the

communiqué issued by the Resistance, the convoy

belonged to the American Central Intelligence Agency

(CIA) and had been followed since it left the Baghdad

hotel in the Iraqi capital.


 
2) In Karbala' a Polish soldier was killed and four

others wounded in an attack carried out by a formation

of the Forces of al-Husayn in the district of

al-Hindiyah.  Three various vehicles were also

destroyed.


 
3) Baghdad was shaken by powerful explosions and

witnessed fire lighting up the sky coming from various

areas in the so-called Green Zone, Abu Nuwas Street,

Karradat Maryam, and a part of al-Hadithah.  This

festival was the result of a rocket and artillery

barrage carried out by a formation of the Iraqi Army

on the headquarters of the American civil governor and

the command of the American forces.  According to the

communiqué issued by the Command of the Resistance and

Liberation, this was the third barrage on this

location in just 48 hours, a fact that demonstrates

the Resistance's authority in the area on the ground

and its control of the situation, while the Resistance

fighters demonstrate thereby also their great

determination not to let the invaders get any sleep

while they occupy our pure land.  The night is one.


 
4) A formation of the Army of Jerusalem took

responsibility for an attack on an American military

patrol at the northern entrance to the city of Kirkuk.

According to the communiqué of the Resistance, one

American soldier was killed, one other wounded, and a

Humvee was destroyed.


 
5) In al-Anbar, a formation of the Republican Guard

took responsibility for an attack on an American

convoy on the expressway. According to the communiqué

of the Resistance, the attack left two American

soldiers dead and wounded six others.  A tank and a

troop transport vehicle were destroyed.


 
6) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen took

responsibility for an attack on an American military

patrol east of the city of Tikrit.  The attack left

one American soldier dead and three others wounded and

destroyed two vehicles.


 
7) A formation of the Iraqi Army took responsibility

for an attack on an American military convoy north of

al-Hayatayn Lake. According to a communiqué of the

Resistance, the attack left three American thugs dead

and wounded two others.  One tank and four various

vehicles were destroyed.


 
Source:

http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_10012004.htm


 
Iraqi Resistance Log

6 January 2004.

 

Occupation forces suffered 3 killed and 8 wounded

today. 1 Polish soldier and 2 Iraqi puppet forces were

killed. 5 US soldiers and 2 puppet forces were

wounded. 2 Iraqi civilians were killed and 4 were

wounded. The US imperialist Central Command (Centcom)

reported 5 US soldiers wounded today. The media

reported only 1 US soldier wounded. There were 39

security incidents today. The media reported only 9 of

these incidents. 


 
1 AM: Resistance fighters hiding in a building fired

small arms at US Military Policemen in the ad-Dabbagh

Khanah District of Baghdad. 


 
2 AM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base south of

Bayji. 


 
9 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a KBR convoy 6½ miles

west of Baghdad near az-Zarkan. 


 
9:30 AM: RPG attack on a US convoy in Mosul. 


 
9:30 AM: 2-pronged RPG and small arms attack on an

Iraqi puppet police station in northeast Mosul.

Resistance fighters concealed on a rooftop fired the

RPG while other Resistance fighters simultaneously

staged a drive-by shooting from a vehicle. 


 
10 AM: Small arms attack on a US convoy near the US

Air Base in Balad. 


 
11:30 AM: Small arms and grenade attack on a US

Military Police patrol west of the Mazra' District of

Baghdad. 


 
1 PM: Bomb found on the highway northwest of Hit. Bomb

consisted of several artillery rounds. 


 
6 PM: US occupation troops observed several Iraqis who

seemed to be repairing their car by the side of the

road along Highway 1 near Taji. Further observation

revealed them to be Resistance fighters who were

planting a roadside bomb by the road using the ruse of

repairing their vehicle. Occupation troops captured

the Resistance fighters. Bomb was a 155mm round with

remote detonation. 


 
6 PM: Small arms attack on a US Military Police patrol

in northern ar-Ramadi. 


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


 
7 PM: A roadside bomb blew up in the median strip

along Highway 10 near ar-Ramadi. 


 
7 PM: Rocket attack on the Jordanian hospital north of

Haswah. 


 
7:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base near

al-Habbaniyah. 


 
7:30 PM: A US demolition expert was attempting to

disarm a bomb found in front of an Iraqi

interpreter-collaborator's home in Baaqubah when a

Resistance fighter remote detonated the bomb. 


 
7:45 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy on the

east side of so-called Freedom Bridge in Mosul. 


 
8 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol in

south Bayji. 


 
8 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base at Hamid

Kanna, 2 miles southwest of al-Fallujah. 


 
8 PM: Bomb attack on a train near Mahmudiyah. The bomb

went off on the tracks right in front of a train

engine. 


 
8:30 PM: US occupation troops fired mortars at

Resistance fighters trying to plant a bomb 10 miles

southeast of al-Fallujah. 


 
9 PM: US occupation troops received fire from

Resistance fighters in al-Fallujah. Troops returned

fire with small arms and a grenade launcher. Troops

claimed Resistance fighters fled into a building.

Troops fired a tank shell into the building, which was

a residential home, destroying it and killing an Iraqi

couple who were watching TV in their living room. No

Resistance fighters or weapons were found in the home.


 

 
10 PM: US occupation troops arrested raiders whom they

called looters at an ammo depot near Tikrit in

possession of an 80mm round. 


 
10 PM: Rocket attack on a US occupation base south of

Baghdad. 


 
Night: RPG attack on an Iraqi Puppet Police vehicle in

Kirkuk. 1 puppet was killed and 2 were wounded, 1

seriously. 


 
Night: Grenade attack on an office of the Kurdistan

Socialist Party in Kirkuk. The building was damaged

and 1 Iraqi was wounded. 


 
Shooting attack on an Iraqi Puppet Policeman on his

way to work in Baaqubah killed 1 Iraqi puppet

policeman. 


 
Angry funeral for 2 Iraqis shot dead while returning

from a coffee shop in Baaqubah. Mourners shouted

anti-US slogans. 


 
Two loud explosions rocked Baghdad within seconds of

each other. 


 
Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy in Abu Ghurayb hit

the convoy's supply truck and wounded 1 soldier, the

driver of the truck. 


 
Automatic weapons attack on a US patrol in Tikrit. No

casualties reported. 


 
1 Polish soldier from the Karbala' garrison found dead

in al-Hindiyah. 


 
Bomb found in Kirkuk. Bomb was an anti-personnel mine.


 

 
Bomb found in Kirkuk. Bomb was a 120mm round. 


 
Bomb found near Samarra'. Bomb was a propane tank

filled with explosives buried in the dirt with an

antenna exposed. 


 
Bomb found in the al-Mulla 'Alwan District of Baghdad.

Bomb was 120mm round in a concrete cinder block with

wires protruding. 


 
Iraqis observed unloading a boat west of ar-Ramadi.

After they left, troops investigated and discovered

that the men were Resistance fighters and they had

planted a bomb at the location. Bomb was 130mm round

under a dirt mound. 


 
Bomb found 3 miles west of ar-Ramadi near Arab 'Abed

al-Khalat. Bomb was a 120mm round. 


 
Bomb found 1 mile east of ar-Ramadi near Ajal

as-Salim. Bomb was several 122mm rounds wired into a

barrel. 


 

 
Source: Free Palestine Information Agency 


 
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Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah

Wednesday, 7 January 2004.


 
1) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath took

responsibility for an attack in Baaqubah on an

American military patrol. According to a communiqué of

the Resistance, one American soldier was killed and

one other wounded.  A military Jeep was destroyed.


 
2) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen took

responsibility for an attack on an American military

patrol on the main street in the city of al-Fallujah. 

The attack, in which automatic weapons and RPGs were

used, left two American soldiers dead and wounded one

other.  A Humvee was destroyed.


 
3) A formation of the Iraqi Army took responsibility

for an attack on an American military convoy in the

area of al-Huwayjah. According to a communiqué of the

Resistance, the attack left three Americans dead and

wounded four.  One tank and four various vehicles were

destroyed.


 
4) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath took

responsibility for an attack on an American military

patrol in the Saddam City in the center of the Iraqi

capital Baghdad.  The attack left one American soldier

dead and wounded another.


 
5) A formation of the Forces of al-Husayn took

responsibility for an attack on the command center of

the British forces in which rockets and artillery

shells were used.  Fire was seen rising from inside

the center.  A tank and two vehicles that were in

front of the headquarters were destroyed.


 
Source:

http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_10012004.htm


 

 
Iraqi Resistance Log

Wednesday, 7 January 2004.


 
6:30 AM: Mortar or RPG attack on a US occupation base

east of Baghdad Airport. 


 
7 AM: Small arms attack on a US patrol 5 miles south

of Samarra'. 


 
7:10 AM: Automatic weapons attack on an Iraqi Puppet

Police checkpoint on the road between Bayji and

al-Hawijah. 1 puppet and 1 Iraqi civilian were killed.

The Resistance fighters escaped. 


 
9 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US Military Police

patrol 4 ½ miles north of al-Habbaniyah near

Malahamiyah. 


 
11 AM: Rocket attack on a ribbon-cutting ceremony in

Qayyarah. 


 
1:30 PM: Resistance fighters removed the railroad ties

on the railroad tracks near az-Zubayr, causing a train

to derail. 


 
4:30 PM: An Iraqi tried to steal a can of gas from a

gas station in the al-Harithyah District of Baghdad

but was shot dead by the puppet so-called civil

defense soldier on guard. The dead man's family came

back in a car and tried to run over the puppet. 


 
6:45 PM: Mortar attack on US Logistical Base Seitz 250

yards north of Baghdad Airport killed 1 soldier,

Private First Class Jesse D. Mizener, and wounded 32

others. 6 mortar rounds landed inside the base. 


 
7 PM: Drive-by shooting with small arms by Resistance

fighters using several vehicles. They attacked a US

unit north of Baghdad, and then fled south into

Baghdad. 


 
7 PM: Mortar attack on the so-called Civil Military

Information Center (CMIC) Puppet Office in Bayji. 


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


 

 
7:30 PM: Mortar attack on base near Balad. 


 
8:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US unit in the

al-Waziriyah District of Baghdad. 


 
9:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base near

ar-Ramadi. 


 
9:30 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base in the

Ad-Dabbagh Khanah District of Baghdad. 


 
10 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base near

ar-Ramadi. 


 
Shooting attack on a Northern Oil Company guards on

patrol east of Kirkuk. 1 guard was killed and 3 were

wounded. 


 
US occupation troops engaged Resistance fighters in a

house in Khalidiyah. Troops raided the house

afterwards and captured 3 Resistance fighters. 


 
Oil pipeline attacked near Hassiba, 75 miles west of

Kirkuk. 


 
US military torturers report: An Iraqi man from

Kirkuk, Sadiq Zoman Abrahim, 56, was arrested in

Kirkuk in August on suspicion of being a Resistance

fighter. US occupation troops dropped him off at the

hospital 2 days later in a coma with word he had

suffered a heart attack. Doctors found he had suffered

massive head trauma, had been beaten on the arms, and

had been electrocuted on the bottoms of his feet. He

had been in US custody the whole time. He has been in

a coma ever since. The story is just now coming to

light. 


 
Several anti-personnel mines were found east of the

so-called Freedom Bridge in Mosul. 


 
Bomb found near Baaqubah. Bomb was tire filled with

sandbags and an antenna. 


 
Bomb found near Baaqubah. Bomb was 155mm round, partly

buried in the ground. 


 
Several decoy bombs found in Baaqubah. Bombs were

dummy rounds. 


 
Several bombs were found in ad-Dulu'iyah. Bombs were

155mm rounds with remote detonation inside of burlap

bags lying on the highway. 


 
Bomb found ¾ mile west of ar-Ramadi. Bomb was ammo can

with wires protruding. 


 
Bomb found 4 miles west of al-Fallujah near Muhammad

al-'Abbas. Bomb was a fire extinguisher with wires

protruding, buried in the ground. 


 
Man arrested for possessing bomb-making components 1

mile west of ar-Ramadi. 


 
Bomb found south of al-Habbaniyah. Bomb was a propane

tank with a blasting cap buried in the ground. 


 
Bomb found north of Baaqubah. Bomb was a plastic bag

with TNT and a red blinking light. 


 
Bomb found 2 ½ miles south of Ghalibiyah on Highway 2

near Duk-hela. Bomb was 120mm round.


 

 
Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.


 

 
Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah

Thursday, 8 January 2004.


 
1) A formation of the Iraqi Army shot down a Black

Hawk helicopter in the village of Zawi', near the city

of al-Fallujah.  Aboard the craft were 12 officers and

men who all died. Among those killed was the crew made

up of four officers. According to the communiqué

issued by the Command of the Resistance and

Liberation, among the dead was an officer with the

rank of colonel.  The helicopter was on an review and

inspection mission of the invader forces deployed in

the area.


 
2) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen took

responsibility for an attack on an American military

column on the main road west of the city of Hit.

According to the communiqué of the Resistance and

Liberation, the attack left two American soldiers dead

and three others wounded and destroyed one tank and

two various vehicles.


 
3) A formation of the Army of Jerusalem took

responsibility for an attack on an American military

column near the 'Annah city junction, in which rockets

and artillery were used. According to the communiqué

of the Resistance, that attack left four occupation

soldiers dead and three injured and destroyed one

tank, one troop transport vehicle and a truck.


 
4) A formation of the Iraqi Army took responsibility

for an attack on the American Seitz base for equipment

and supply west of the city of Baghdad.  This is a

fundamental logistics base for the American occupation

forces in the center.  The attack was broad and

fierce. According to the communiqué issued by the

Command of the Resistance and Liberation, the attack

left 15 American officers and men dead and wounded

more than 35 others.  Three tanks that were at the

gate of the base were destroyed, in addition to two

troop transport vehicles, two Humvees, and a fuel

tanker.  The contenst of an ammunition dump inside the

base continued to explode for more than one whole

hour. According to the communiqué issued by the

Command of the Resistance and Liberation, this strike

was the biggest and most painful blow to the invaders

in a week.  The valiant holy warriors of the Iraqi

Army by this attack lived up to the high regard and

deep faith put in them by the people of their country.


 
5) A formation of the Army of Jerusalem took

responsibility for an attack on the Oil Company of

Iraq east of the city of Kikuk. According to the

communiqué of the Resistance, the attack left one

American soldier and two of Jalal Talibani's Kurdish

chauvinist Peshmergah gunmen dead.  The façade of the

Oil Company building was destroyed and six other

persons were wounded in varying degrees of severity.


 
Source:

http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_10012004.htm


 

 
Iraqi Resistance Log.

Thursday, 8 January 2004. 

 

7 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy west of

Baghdad. Bomb was followed by small arms attack. 


 
8 AM: SAM attack on a US military C-5 Galaxy cargo

plane with 63 passengers aboard. The plane was hit

after takeoff at Baghdad Airport but managed to return

to the airport and land. No casualties reported. 


 
8:30 AM: Resistance fighters were stopped while trying

to set up a rocket launcher to fire at the Baghdad

Police Headquarters and Juvenile Detention Center in

the Sulaymaniyah District of Central Baghdad. 


 
9:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol west of

Baghdad Airport. 


 
10 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy along

Highway 1 in Taji. Bomb was a 130mm round, laid on the

surface and remotely detonated. 


 
10 AM: A series of bombs was found on the highway 5

miles northeast of Iskandariyah. 


 
10:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US armored vehicle

near Samarra'. The bomb made a direct hit on the

vehicle. 


 
10:30 AM: RPG and small arms attack on an Iraqi puppet

police patrol 24 northwest of al-Hadithah near 'Anah. 


 
11 AM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol at the

exact same location near 'Anah as the 10:30 AM attack

above. 1 soldier was wounded. 


 
11:30 AM: Small arms attack on a US convoy in south

Tikrit. Resistance fighters fled in a vehicle. 


 
11:30 AM: Antitank mines were found in the median of

the highway north of al-Hillah. 


 
2 PM: Small arms attack on a US convoy on Highway 1

near Balad. 


 
2 PM: Resistance fighters driving a flatbed truck and

disguised as workers attempted to sneak onto a US

occupation base in Tikrit in order to set off bombs or

a car bomb inside. Bomb-sniffing dogs found bombs in

the Resistance fighters' vehicle and the Resistance

fighters were captured. 


 
2:20 PM: SAM attack on a US military jet near the

Baghdad Airport. SAM was fired from south of the

airport. 


 
2:30 PM: SAM attack on a US Medevac Blackhawk

helicopter Nu'amiyah, 4 miles southeast of

al-Fallujah. 2 Medevac helicopters were over the area

when 1 was hit with a SAM on the tail. The helicopter

exploded in 2 in the air and crashed. All 9 troops

aboard died, including Specialist Michael A.

Diraimondo, Sergeant Jeffrey C. Walker, Sergeant 1st

Class Gregory B. Hicks, Specialist Nathaniel H.

Johnson, Staff Sergeant Craig Davis, Chief Warrant

Officer Philip A. Johnson, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer

Ian D. Manuel, Chief Warrant Officer Aaron A. Weaver,

and Specialist Christopher A. Golby.

Pic: http://tinyurl.com/2yrll

http://islam-online.net/English/News/2004-01/08/images/pic03a.jpg


 

 
4 PM: Shooting attack on a convoy along Highway 1

southwest of Balad north of Baghdad killed 1

Occupation contractor-driver and wounded 2 more

drivers. No nationality for the killed and wounded

contractors was given. Resistance fighters fled in 2

vehicles. 


 
4 PM: A bomb went off in the al-Mulla 'Alwan District

of Baghdad. 


 
4 PM: Small arms attack on a US patrol in the Sab'ah

Nisan District of Baghdad. 


 
4:30 PM: RPG attack on a US patrol in southwest

Samarra'. Resistance fighters used 5 vehicles. Troops

returned fire, martyring 2 Resistance fighters and

wounding 1 more. 


 
5 PM: RPG attack on a train as-Saqlawiyah, between

al-Fallujah and al-Habbaniyah. 


 
7 PM: Drive-by shooting attack on an Iraqi puppet

so-called civil defense soldier at a gas station in

al-Qadisiyah near Tikrit killed 1 puppet. Resistance

fighters escaped in a vehicle. 


 
8 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base in the

ad-Dabbagh Khanah District of Baghdad. 


 
8:30 PM: Rocket attack on the Balad Iraqi puppet

police station in a district of southern Baghdad

reported as Tall Ihz hayat. Rockets were fired

remotely from a pushcart using a washing machine timer

to fire. Resistance fighters fled in a vehicle. 


 
8:30 PM: RPG attack on a US patrol in Husaybah. 


 
9 PM: Small arms attack on Iraqi ICDC puppet guards at

a base in the 'Abd al-wahid District of Baghdad. 


 
9 PM: RPG attack on a US patrol in the Shaykh Hamid

District of Baghdad. 


 
9 PM: Rocket attack on a US patrol in al-Husaybah. The

rocket was Chinese-made and fired from an improvised

tube. 


 
9 PM: RPG attack on Karbala' puppet police station.

The RPG punched a hole in the wall but there were no

casualties. 


 
9:45 PM: Small arms attack on an Iraqi puppet police

convoy in Musayyib. 


 
10 PM: A drunken PUK collaborationist stooge attacked

an Iraqi civil defense puppet force base in Jalula'

with small arms. 


 
11:30 PM: Small arms attack on US occupation troops

during a raid in Abu Saida, northeast of Baaqubah. 


 
Resistance fighters carrying burlap bag spotted

approaching US St. Mere Base near al-Fallujah. Troops

opened fire on him, wounding him. 


 
US occupation troops spotted 2 Resistance fighters

planting a bomb. They opened fire, martyring 1 and

wounding another. 


 
Rocket attack on main Baghdad Puppet Police Station

foiled by Iraqi puppet cops. 


 
US occupation troops and their Iraqi so-called civil

defense forces were conducting a raid in al-Fallujah

when a Resistance fighter opened fire on the stooges

with an RPG, wounding 1 puppet. 


 
Bomb found along the highway in Jashm al-Hamdi, 9

miles northwest of Taji. 


 
Bomb found in Had Maksar, north of Baaqubah. Bomb was

a jar filled with C4, rocks and a timed fuse. 


 
Bomb found 4 miles east of Riyadh on the Bayji-Kirkuk

Highway. Bomb had an SA-2 warhead. An SA-2 is a very

large and extremely powerful Russian Surface to Air

missile. The warhead alone weighs 88 pounds! It has a

kill radius of 195 feet and a severe damage radius of

325 feet.

Pic: http://www.aeronautics.ru/img002/sa2-iraq.jpg


 
Bomb found near a bridge in the Mazra' District of

Baghdad. Bomb was 155mm round filled with C4 and

rigged for command detonation. 


 
Rocket launcher found rigged to fire at the US

ar-Rashid Airbase in Baghdad. The launcher was rigged

to fire 57mm Russian rockets and had a photo cell

device to fire as soon as it got dark. 


 
Bomb found 15 ½ miles south of Khalidiyah on the

highway below Lake al-Habbaniyah. Bomb was made of a

105mm and 120mm round. 


 
A series of bombs daisy-chained together were found on

the highway west of Baghdad Airport. 


 
A series of bombs was found along the highway 8 ½

miles northwest of Hit near Sahiliyah. 


 

 
Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.


 

 
Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah

Friday, 9 January 2004.


 
1) An American transport plane carrying 63 persons of

unknown rank aboard was hit by a surface-to-air rocket

during its attempt to land at Saddam International

Airport.  The attack damaged the starboard side of the

aircraft directly, blowing up two of the plane's four

engines.  The plane was observed crashing in flames to

the earth inside the airport which was sealed off.  A

spokesman for the invader forces acknowledged the

operation but said "the plane was forced to land with

two engines on fire" but said nothing about losses

suffered as a result of the attack.


 
2) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath took

responsibility for an attack targeting the Hayat Tower

Hotel in the center of Baghdad.  The attack killed one

American who was a military guard at the building.

More than 12 other persons staying in the hotel were

injured.  The hotel is reserved for American and

Zionist businessmen exclusively.   Some members of the

American Council of Ill-conception (the so-called

Interim Governing Council) such as ar-Rabi'i are also

allowed to stay at the hotel.  Parts of the hotel

façade were destroyed in the attack.


 
3) In line with preventing the invader forces from

stealing and exploiting Iraq's oil resources to

strengthen their occupation, a formation of the

Brigades of the Baath blew up the main oil pipeline

west of Kikuk, supplying oil over Iraqi territory to

Turkey.  The attack put the pipeline out of commission

for more than three months.


 
Source:

http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_10012004.htm


 
Iraqi Resistance Log.

Friday, 9 January 2004.


 
8:30 AM: Resistance fighters in a vehicle fired

several RPG's at the Burj al-Hayat Hotel in the

Karrada District of Baghdad, hitting the 1st and 4th

floor of the hotel and causing some damage but no

casualties. The hotel is used mainly by contractors,

foreign businessmen and other such parasites and

pirates. 


 
6 AM: RPG attack on a US patrol in Miqdadiyah. 


 
8:30 AM: RPG attack on a US convoy near Imam Ways,

northeast of Baaqubah. 


 
9 AM: RPG and small arms attack on a US patrol near

as-Saqlawiyah, between al-Fallujah and al-Habbaniyah. 


 
9:17 AM: Resistance fighters launched 5 RPG's and

fired small arms at a US unit northeast of

al-Habbaniyah. US forces counterattacked and captured

12 Resistance fighters. 


 
9:30 AM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy along

Highway 1 near Taji. 


9:45 AM: Roadside bomb found by the same US convoy

above a little ways down the road. They were

inspecting it when they were hit with small arms fire.

10:30 AM: A crowd of ex-Iraqi soldiers demonstrated

outside the ar-Rafidayn Bank in al-Basrah for their

back paychecks. 


 
11:45 AM: RPG, automatic weapons, and heavy machine

gun attack on a force of US occupation troops,

including tanks, along with a contingent of ICDC

puppet troops in al-Fallujah. 


12:30 PM: Small arms attack on US occupation troops

sweeping a main al-Fallujah street for explosives. 


1 PM: Ambush on a US convoy southwest of ar-Ramadi.

Resistance fighters first set off several roadside

bombs at once when the convoy passed by, and then

fired small arms at the convoy. 1 Resistance fighter

was arrested. 


1:10 PM: Suicide bicycle bomb outside Shi'a mosque in

Baaqubah blew up during evening prayers, killing 5

Iraqis and wounding 38 more. Bomb was a propane tank.

Pic: http://tinyurl.com/yv69p

http://tinyurl.com/2cpo9 


2 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol northeast of

Baaqubah. 


2 PM: While continuing to sweep the same main

al-Fallujah street for explosives, the same unit that

was attacked at 12:30 was attacked again. 


2:30 PM: Car bomb found and disarmed outside 2nd Shi'a

mosque in Baaqubah. 


2:30 PM: Several Resistance fighters arrested while

trying to dig holes for bombs in north Baaqubah. 


3 PM: Bomb attack on a US/Iraqi police stooge military

checkpoint in al-Fallujah. 


4 PM: RPG attack on US occupation troops and Iraqi

police stooges carrying out house raids in

al-Fallujah. 1 stooge was wounded. 


4:30 PM: Drive-by shooting attack on a US patrol

northeast of Baghdad. 


Afternoon: Bomb found in al-Fallujah. 


6 PM: RPG attack on a US foot patrol northwest of

Khalidiyah near Fadil. 


6:30 PM: A US helicopter spotted Resistance fighters

planting a bomb in east Mosul. The helicopter swooped

down at the Resistance fighters. The Resistance

fighters fired automatic weapons at the copter and

escaped. 


8 PM: Mortar or RPG attack on an Iraqi so-called civil

defense force base near Miqdadiyah. 


8 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base near 'Ali

an-Nu'man, east of ar-Ramadi. 

8:30 PM: US occupation troops shot dead 2 more Iraqi

puppet police, this time in Kirkuk. Police car was

stopped in a Kirkuk intersection. Troops responding to

reports of heavy gunfire shot dead the 2 puppets in

error. 


8:30 PM: Small arms attack on a US armored unit

securing the site of the Black Hawk crash southeast of

al-Fallujah. 


9 PM: Mortar and small arms attack on a US airbase

near Kirkuk. 


9 PM: Several Iraqi Resistance fighters posed as

collaborators and offered to show US occupation troops

where a weapons cache was hidden. They took the

soldiers to the site but it was actually a place where

several bombs were hidden. The Resistance fighters

then moved back away from the troops and tried to

detonate the bombs with a detonator cord but troops

stopped them. Soldiers then discovered the bombs,

realized they had been tricked, and arrested the

Resistance fighters. 


10 PM: RPG and small arms attack on a US armored

convoy 2 miles southeast of Khalidiyah. 


Night: A mortar shell landed in the yard of a home

near Baaqubah, killing 2 Iraqis. It is not known who

fired the shell. 


US soldiers kill 2 Iraqi puppet police in Tikrit.

Troops responded to a call about men firing on a

house. Troops arrived and saw 2 Iraqis firing on a

home. The men tried to run away when they saw the

troops. Troops shot them both dead. It turned out they

were involved in a family dispute. 


Troops raided Tikrit and detained 16 Resistance

fighters. One had infiltrated the Tikrit Iraqi puppet

police force and was spying for the Resistance

fighters. 


RPG attack on US occupation troops near Samarra'.

Troops returned fire and martyred 2 Resistance

fighters. 


A Resistance fighter fired a rocket at a Karbala'

puppet police checkpoint. Puppets spotted him and

opened fire, wounding him. The Resistance fighter

escaped and the rocket missed the checkpoint. 


Resistance fighters in the Shaykh Hamid District of

Baghdad observed 2 vehicles driving SUV's similar to

the type the occupation forces drive. The Resistance

fighters detonated a roadside bomb to hit the SUV's

but missed, hitting a civilian van right behind them

instead. The driver of the van was wounded. 


Mine attack on a US armored vehicle north of

al-Husaybah near the Syrian border. The mine made a

direct hit on the vehicle. 


Bomb found in Kanan, southeast of Baaqubah. Bomb was a

crate with yellow wires protruding. 


Decoy bomb found near Ad-Duwar. It was black with

yellow wires protruding. 

Bomb found near Samarra'. Bomb was a 130mm round with

an antenna for remote detonation. 


Bomb found in the back of an Iraqi puppet policeman's

truck in the al-Qadawi District of Baghdad. Bomb was

made of 1 pound of C4. When puppets came to clear the

bomb away, Resistance fighters attacked them with

small arms. 


Bomb found in the al-Hurriyah District of Baghdad.

Bomb was a 122mm round with a blasting cap and firing

device. 


Bomb found 5 miles northeast of ar-Ramadi near 'Ali

an-Nu'man. Bomb was a US 155mm high-explosive M107

round packed with C4 and a blasting cap. 


Several bombs found along the highway north of Hit.

The bombs were US 155mm M107 artillery rounds with a

detonation cord rigged to be command detonated from ½

mile away. 


Several bombs found along the highway west of Baghdad.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency.

Hasad al-Muqawamah al-Iraqiyah

Saturday, 10 January 2004.


1) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath took

responsibility for an attack on an American military

patrol in ar-Ramadi.  The attack left one American

soldier dead and wounded one other in addition to

destroying a Humvee.


2) A formation of Saddam's Fedayeen took

responsibility for an attack on an American convoy

near the city of al-Qa'im. According to the communiqué

of the Resistance, the attack left three occupation

soldiers dead and two others wounded and destroyed one

tank and three various vehicles.


3) A formation of the Brigades of the Baath prepared

an ambush for an American patrol in the area of

ad-Durah in the center of the capital Baghdad.

According to the communiqué issued by the Command of

the Resistance, the attack left two soldiers dead and

wounded one other and destroyed a Humvee.



Source:

http://www.albasrah.net/moqawama/maqalat/hasad_10012004.htm


Iraqi Resistance Log

Saturday, 10 January 2004.


4:30 AM: Mortar attack on US occupation base east of

Baaqubah. 


6:30 AM: Small arms attack on a US unit guarding a

bank in Baaqubah. 


7:30 AM: Mortar attack on the US Qastal Mihl Airbase

just north of Baghdad Airport. 


7:45 AM: 107mm rocket attack on the US airbase in

Balad. 


9:30 AM: An Iraqi collaborator, an interpreter for a

US contractor, was found shot dead in the al-Mulla

'Alwan District of Baghdad. 


9:45 AM: A fuel truck in a US convoy flipped over and

caught fire in an incident on the highway northwest of

Mosul. 


10:30 AM: Bomb attack on a US checkpoint in Baaqubah.

The bomb was hidden in a dead dog. 


10:30 AM: Grenade attack on Estonian patrol in the

Mazra' District of Baghdad. 2 Estonian soldiers

wounded. 


10:45 AM: A riot in 'Amarah in the Marsh Arab region

of southern Iraq killed 4 Iraqis and wounded more. A

crowd rallied outside the local puppet so-called Civil

Military Information Center office to protest the

provincial governor and the lack of jobs. They threw

stones and homemade bombs at Iraqi puppet police, who

opened fire on them in response, killing 4 Iraqis.

British soldiers then moved. One Iraqi tossed 2

grenades at soldiers and was getting ready to toss

another one when troops shot him dead. Another Iraqi

armed with grenades was wounded. A total of 8 homemade

bombs were thrown at security forces. The mayor' s

office and a clinic behind it were both reportedly

plundered. There were no casualties amongst the

Occupation forces. In the whole fracas, 6 Iraqis were

killed and 11 wounded. No police or military

casualties were reported.
11 AM: A large explosion was heard in Baaqubah and a

vehicle was in flames. Apparent car bomb. Target

unknown. 


12 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US convoy at an

intersection in Iskandariyah. 


1 PM: Iraqis demonstrated in front of an Iraqi puppet

police station in ash-Shatrah, north of an-Nasiriyah

demanding jobs. The traitor police fired shots into

the crowd. 
4 PM: Danish troops found old, useless, corroded

mortar shells with blister agent in them buried

underground in al-Qurnah and somehow this became a

significant news event. 


4 PM: SAM attack on a US military cargo jet near

Baghdad Airport. Missile was fired from south of the

airport. 


7 PM: Mortar attack on a US unit near Munayshifah,

north of Samarra'. 


8 PM: Grenade attack on a US patrol in the

Sulaymaniyah District of central Baghdad. 


8 PM: Mortar attack on a US occupation base in the

al-Hurriyah District of Baghdad. 


8:30 PM: Small arms attack on Iraqi so-called civil

defense guards near the Mosul Airbase. 4 Resistance

fighters were later arrested. No puppet casualties

reported. 


8:30 PM: Mortar attack on the Abu Ghurayb Prison. 


8:30 PM: Roadside bomb attack on a US patrol along the

highway in the Ahmad Ghajar District of Baghdad. 


9:45 PM: RPG attack on a US checkpoint near

Miqdadiyah. 


11:30 PM: Small arms attack on a joint US/Iraqi puppet

security forces checkpoint southwest of Wajihiyah near

Qaryat ash-Shishan. Resistance fighters fled on a

motorcycle. Wajihiyah is now starting to see some

attacks for the first time. 


11:51 PM: Small arms attack on a US occupation base in

the Sulaymaniyah District of central Baghdad. 


Night: A female Resistance fighter attacked US

soldiers with a grenade as they were raiding her home

during Resistance fighter raids in Baaqubah. No

casualties reported. 7 Resistance fighters were

arrested. 


Canadian teacher killed in either an ambush or a mine

attack somewhere in Iraq this past week. No further

details. He was in a car with 4 Iraqis at the time. 


An American citizen, Majeed Hanoun, an Iraqi-born US

resident working with the occupation, was shot dead in

Basra along with another man not reportedl working for

the occupation. 


US occupation troops interrupted Resistance fighters

planting roadside bombs in Ata, in the west of Anbar

Province. Resistance fighters fired on the troops with

machine guns. 1 soldier was wounded. 


Bomb found in Baaqubah.
Bomb found 5 miles east of Iskandariyah near Jufr

as-Saqr. Bomb was several 155mm rounds encased in

concrete.

Source: Free Palestine Information Agency