A Group of terrorist thugs loyal to the tyrant disposed regime poisoned the water supply in some parts of the city of Mosul. The contaminations have been confirmed by the local health authorities. What kind of poisonous insects these thugs? Chemical Ali has used them before to poison the Kurds and Shia
Three Al-Qaida Militants captured in Mosul Monday 1st Dec 2003. This is the first time of capturing such fishes. May be Ab Al Thalag (Aezat Al dorai) Saddam deputy has the link! Where is he?
Amro Mosa the Arabs League Presedent is going to send a team for verifications of the situation in Iraq on 15th Dec 2003. He said his team will meet with all different political parties. He also felt sorry for the Iraqis who are dying by the US forces. He described them as martyrs. Mr Mosa feeling towards the Iraqis is false. He was and still the best supporter to the regime who killed millions of Iraqis. Where was Mr Mosa then? If there are people trying to change the UN into better organization, the Arab League should change into the Arab Non-Democratic League so as to fit very well Mr Mosa and all of his group. Mr Mosa is not popular in many Arab countries not only in Iraq
In his statement to Jordanians King Abd Allah II told them that he likes to see justice, independence and freedom in Iraq. We think that he should allow all these three things to happen in Jordan first. The King of Jordan should release the frozen Iraqi assets and hand the wanted among Saddam regime to the Iraqis
Abd Alaziz Al Hakem become the president of the GC. First time a man with black turban which mean descended from Prophet Abraham from Prophet Mohammed to be the governor of the GC which may mean the country. Mr Hakem is a modest man and he stated that he like democracy and freedom in Iraq. To Mr Al Hakem we say that the GC should not allow those men with turbans to jeopardize the process of democracy by their irresponsible speechs of trying to create a state similar to Iran or praising the outside non-Iraqi parties and states for a very well known reason
225 Iraqi refugees left Rafha Camp in Saudi Arabia after 13 years of hard life in the desert camp