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Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Jihad Unspun - An UNClear View On The US War On "Terrorism"

Ansar al-Sunnah Army Captures 11 Guardsmen; US Warned On Entering Fallujah
Oct 27, 2004
JUS News Desk

An Iraqi resistance group has claimed to have captured 11 US-backed Iraqi National Guard soldiers hostage. They were seized on a highway between Baghdad and Hillah, according to the Internet posting by Ansar al-Sunnah Army. The posting included the names of all 11 but as of press time no demands for their release have been made.

Meanwhile, a masked gunman warned in a videotape that Mujahideen will attack all Iraqi and multinational military and civilian targets with "weapons and military tactics they have not experienced" if US occupation forces try to storm the city.

In the videotape obtained by Associated Press Television News, the gunman, dressed in an old-style Iraqi army uniform, read the statement on behalf of the factions of Islamic Resistance Movement in Iraq.

The speaker, who appeared with seven other masked and armed men, accused the Iraqi government of "aborting a peaceful solution with the people of Fallujah." He warned all Iraqi military personnel and government employees to quit their jobs or otherwise they "will be permissible targets for our fighters."

Jihad Unspun - A Clear View On The US War On "Terrorism"

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