Sunday, September 18, 2005

Iraqi: "I believe it is the Americans who are doing this, pretending it is the Sunni, so there will be a civil war and they can control our wealth."

http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/article312735.ece

http://bellaciao.org/en/article.php3?id_article=8286

From The Independent, 16 September 2005 :

Many Iraqis believe 'suicide’ bombings done by US to start a civil war.

"Ali Ghazi, a Shia from the Iraqi deep south: 'I believe it is the Americans who are doing this, pretending it is the Sunni, so there will be a civil war and they can control our wealth.'

"Many survivors lying mangled by this morning’s bombs subscribed to a conspiracy theory according to which the US wants to rule Iraq by fomenting differences between Shia and Sunni....

"Many of those wounded denied there would be a war between Shia and Sunni. Mohammed Abdul Karim, an injured Shia at Noman hospital, pointed out that he was in a Sunni district and the Sunni doctors were doing everything to help him."

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"The people torn apart were not the only ones to die in Iraq yesterday. In a Sunni village 10 miles north of Baghdad near Taji, men dressed as soldiers - and who possibly were soldiers - moved in just before first light and took away 17 men whom they handcuffed, blindfolded and shot. The dead included one policeman and several men who worked as drivers and construction workers at a US base.

"One of the many reasons why Iraqis are becoming more terrified by the day is that they do not know if the policemen or soldiers who wake them in the middle of the night truly work for the government or are a death squad...

"Tal Afar, a city of 200,000, is an ethnic and sectarian mosaic. About 70 per cent of its people are Sunni Turkmans, sympathetic to the insurgents, and 30 per cent Shia Turkmans supportive of the Shia-Kurdish government in Baghdad. The Iraqi soldiers that stormed the city along with US troops were mostly Kurdish and Shia. The attacks came only hours after Iraq’s President, Jalal Talabani, had stood beside President George Bush at a press conference in Washington.

"Sa’af Jabber Ajmi, a Shia labourer from Nasiriyah, lying in the Noman hospital in the Adhamiya district, with shrapnel in his leg, shoulder and back, said: 'I thought what happened was a reaction to the Iraqi President’s visit to the US.'

"In another bed was Ali Ghazi, also a Shia from the Iraqi deep south. 'I believe it is the Americans who are doing this, pretending it is the Sunni, so there will be a civil war and they can control our wealth.' Many survivors lying mangled by this morning’s bombs subscribed to a conspiracy theory according to which the US wants to rule Iraq by fomenting differences between Shia and Sunni.

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http://iraqwar.mirror-world.ru/article/63450

Thursday, 15 September 2005:

Al-Anbar Province.
Ar-Ramadi.

Iraqi Resistance organizations denounce call for “total war against the Shi‘ah population.”

"A group of the best-known and established Iraqi Resistance organizations, reflecting both the patriotic and the Islamic trends within the Resistance movement, issued a declaration in al-Anbar Province on Thursday, rejecting the call for 'total war on the Shi‘ah' both civilians and combatants"

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http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/zarqawi_dead.html

http://www.lemonde.fr/web/article/0,1-0,36-689730,0.html

Sheikh Jawad Al-Khalessi is the Shiite Imam of the Al-Kazemiya mosque, in Baghdad, and head of the religious school.

He told Le Monde on 16 September 2005:

"I do not think that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi exists as such. He is only one invention of the occupants to divide the people. He was killed in the north of Iraq at the beginning of the war while with the group Ansar Al-Islam. His family, in Jordan, even proceeded to a ceremony after his death. Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is thus a toy used by the Americans, an excuse to continue the occupation."



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