Saturday, June 30, 2007

Bush: A Takfiri - Al Qaeda person is hopeful!

Ten years ago and in a fine spring day this man in the picture led a punch of Takfiri gangsters of 7 people, armed with hand grenades and assault rifles, and attacked a big liquor store in Al-Waziriya area near Al Maghrib Street and burned it down. He then fled to the adjacent Adamiya district and stayed there for a few days. But when Saddam’s security services (were extremely intolerant of any Takfiri – so called Al Qaeda activities) investigated the incident his name was implicated and they tracked him down. But by then he managed to flee north and the case was closed - He was once jailed by Saddam and in 2006 Bush called him a 'hopeful' person.

Today, under the invasion authority, he is Iraq’s Speaker of the House (parliament)!

Friday, June 29, 2007

Israel: Garbanzo in every dish

Al Tarrar -

‘Democracies in both Iraq and Israel share common responsibility!!’ – Bush

Gee man; this president stings even more than I thought.

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Hai Al-Jamiya - June, 2007

Tuesday, June 26, 2007


A warrant of arrest for the ex-Ministry of Culture Mr. Asaad Kamal Al Hashimi

(Baghdad Connect wrote about it one year ago)

Friday, June 22, 2007

Lives on

Wednesday, June 20, 2007



There has been a major crossing of young men from Jordan into Iraq since it was made public, for the first time, that the invaders are arming a legion of Baathists resistance to fight off ‘Al Qaeda’. The Baath party - Jordan branch (assumed dissolved) has called upon all active members in the region to heed to the invaders call, and head back home in order to be armed with American made weapons to battle Al Qaeda. Quite reminiscing of Saddam’s last call for Arab fighters to join his army right before the invasion.

In a most bizarre move the invaders have publicly announced the arming of those who have once killed the invaders own soldiers! Or, did they ever kill any of the invaders' soldiers?!

Iraq’s lost generation

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Literary illusion

When an opportunity arises in a system that thrives on NASDAQ and FTSE readings then there are those who will leap right into it to secure capital gain.

Bush and Al-Maliki were quite ready (and perhaps due to the nature of their work!) to drum up support for more ‘surge’! and more PR shots to combat Al Qaeda!

BC wonders just how many burning of mosques have gone unheeded, non-finger pointing and without any ethnographic PR photos as a result?

Here you have a burning of mosque that took place a while back, which was part of everyday’s normal activity. Hitherto, neither Bush’s scream nor Al Maliki's PR shots have been heard or seen, nor a minor reaction felt from the authority regarding the incident.

Higher capital gain calls for higher level of opportunism!!

On a different note; why each time Negroponte is in town the Samara Mosque gets bombed and a Lebanese MP gets killed? What a jinx!!

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Western media’s jet-lag

Today’s news should have been yesterday’s. Also, it is a slice of reality at best.

It’s been sometime since a few legitimate media companies began to limp on broken foot and we are sure they have got their own reasons for such amble walk. Furthermore, the aforementioned piece of news should have gone into publication since last year but hey, no body is perfect!

Should our readers care to read the above-mentioned link then we figure that the invaders are arming the ‘dissidents’!, unlike the ‘insurgents’, to fight the Takfiris (al Qaeda) in Iraq. The reality is, and as BC wrote about it long ago, the invaders are arming the invaders-backed Baathists to fight a proxy war against the non-invaders-backed baathists i.e. Younis Al Ahmad vs. Ezat El Douri –close links to the Saudi (Cheney’s ally) Takfiris, who had both represented two factions of the same resistance and until late 2006.

Since the doomed days of the invaders’ ex-ambassador a channel was created with Younis Al Ahmad, who resides in Syria – with various offices in the region, to join the political process under the invaders’ guardianship. Ezat Al Douri has opposed such course of action and in January 2007 he wrote a letter to disband Younis Al-Ahmad from his Baath party rank and called for his extermination.

If Youins Al Hamad proven to be victorious in this vile conflict then he will take a major role as a Basthist in the future political process of Iraq…the risks are high so is the stake.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007


Monday, June 04, 2007


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