Escalation of terrorist attacks in Iraq
Today was one of the bloodiest days in Iraq for weeks and the worst since 2006 started.
A suicidal Wahabi terrorist killed more than 45 and wounded at least 50 Iraqis who were in a Shiite funeral in Diyala today. Before the thug killed himself inside the crowds who were escorting the deceased to his final resting place, the terrorists attacked them with mortars just prior to the suicidal attack.
Car bombs went off in Baghdad, Kerbala and Moqdadyiah in Diyala. Several innocent Iraqis have been killed. One of these cars went off in a public open market in Dora (Shiite area) where tens of people killed and wounded.
On another attack the terrorists (The Islamic army - Pro-Wahabi group) opened fire and mortars on 60 oil tankers just to the North of Baghdad. At least 25 of the tankers set in fire. The tankers were in their way to Baghdad as part of a plan to reduce the pressure of the shortage of oil products due to the threats and stoppage of the Baiji oil refinery. The terrorists then engaged in a battle with the Iraqi forces for more than an hour.
The Sunni parties told before that they gave calmness period during the voting process. After the voting they tried to disable the results in which they failed to gain considerable votes. With their failure to block the political process and the approach of the final results on Monday they started their plots. There is information about large escalation and military disobedience on the time of the announcement of the final results.
The terrorist operation increased over the last few days against people, installations, and services especially water and electricity. The number of the discovered unknown bodies increased significantly over the last few days in many areas in Iraq.
The Interior ministry as well as the Ministry of defense should arrest not only the suspected terrorists but also those who rally in any way for terrorism including the Sunni or the Shiite leaders who propagate and call against the political process and ban their parties.
In spite of all this, Iraq will move forward towards freedom and democracy and no return back to the one party dictatorship totalitarian role. There will be no civil war but a war against terrorism and terrorist pro-wahabi supporters.