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    HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES CENTRAL COMMAND
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    August 9, 2005
    Release Number: 05-08-13C


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    U.S. SOLDIER KILLED IN CAR BOMB ATTACK

    BAGHDAD, Iraq — One U.S. Soldier was killed and two were wounded when a terrorist detonated a homicide car bomb near a Task Force Baghdad convoy at 1:50 p.m. Aug. 9 in central Baghdad.

    The convoy was stopped at a crowded intersection waiting for traffic to clear. There were a number of civilian casualties.

    An Iraqi Army battalion as well as local firefighters and emergency medical technicians responded to the attack to secure the area and evacuate casualties.

    The name of the deceased Soldier is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. The incident is under investigation.

    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS RELEASE, CONTACT THE TASK FORCE BAGHDAD PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE AT TASKFORCEBAGHDADPAO@ID3.ARMY.MIL.

    http://www.centcom.mil/CENTCOMNews/C...t=20050813.txt
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    Combined Coalition, Iraqi Operations Disrupt Terrorists

    http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Aug2...0808_2370.html

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 8, 2005 – Multinational Corps Iraq operations continue to place pressure on terrorist operations in Iraq, with coalition and Iraqi security forces conducting more than 182 combined and independent offensive operations throughout the country since late July.

    Results from operations conducted between July 30 and Aug. 5 include the discovery and clearance of 109 improvised explosive devices and 32 caches; the capture of 805 insurgent fighters, with the subsequent detention of 493; and the death or capture of 11 foreign fighters.

    Highlights of operations from Aug. 6 and 7 include:

    * In Mosul, coalition forces detained two individuals for handing out terrorist propaganda. The two individuals revealed the location of their source and, during a resulting raid, Iraqi police killed one terrorist later confirmed to be a Syrian national. In a combined raid, coalition and Iraqi security forces captured three men connected to terror leader Abbass Fadhel Zangana.

    *Near Hit, Iraqi Intervention Forces and U. S. Marines captured three terrorists in a truck towing another vehicle modified as a car bomb.

    *In Haqlaniyah, coalition forces destroyed a booby-trapped house that contained improvised explosive devices.

    *In Baghdad, coalition forces captured a car bomb and four terrorists who were involved in a car-bomb cell. Iraqi forces captured ten members of a terrorist cell in Sadr City.

    In other developments, Iraqi army soldiers and coalition forces captured suspected insurgents in a targeted search Aug. 7 in Rawah, Iraq, according to a Multinational Force Iraq report.

    Elements of U. S. Army Task Force 2-14 and soldiers from 3rd Battalion, 1st Brigade, 1st Iraqi Intervention Force, detained four suspected insurgents during the operation. The suspects included one Syrian man, one Sudanese man, a former Rawah police officer, and a civilian. The Sudanese man was in possession of an expired passport.

    In Fallujah, Iraqi army soldiers found and eliminated improvised explosive devices while conducting search operations Aug. 6, according to a MNFI report.

    Soldiers with the 2nd Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 1st Iraqi Intervention Force, discovered an IED while on a dismounted patrol. The IED consisted of one 130 mm artillery round enclosed in a white burlap bag with a car-alarm receiver, a washing machine timer, and a battery. The area was secured and the IED was disarmed and removed for later disposal.

    Elsewhere, Iraqi army soldiers found IEDs in Rawah and Mugdadiyah. In Rawah, soldiers raided a building and found one 120 mm artillery round and two pounds of propellant. Two suspected insurgents were detained.

    In Mugdadiyah, a patrol located one 155 mm artillery round and an unknown initiation device. An Iraqi explosive ordnance disposal team removed the IED.

    No injuries or damages were reported during the operations.

    In other news from Iraq, Iraqi security forces and coalition forces conducted a combined raid on a location known to be manufacturing car bombs Aug. 7 in Baghdad.

    An Iraqi SWAT team and a coalition support unit discovered two vehicles in a carport partially wired as suicide car bombs....Four male suspects were detained.

    Elsewhere in Baghdad, Iraqi police ...located a possible car bomb on a roadway.

    No injuries or damages were reported during the operations.
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    Baghdad Mayor Is Ousted by a Shiite Group and Replaced

    BAGHDAD, Iraq, Aug. 9 - Armed men entered Baghdad's municipal building during a blinding dust storm on Monday, deposed the city's mayor and installed a member of Iraq's most powerful Shiite militia.

    The deposed mayor, Alaa al-Tamimi, who was not in his offices at the time, recounted the events in a telephone interview on Tuesday and called the move a municipal coup d'état. He added that he had gone into hiding for fear of his life.

    "This is the new Iraq," said Mr. Tamimi, a secular engineer with no party affiliation. "They use force to achieve their goal."

    The group that ousted him insisted that it had the authority to assume control of Iraq's capital city and that Mr. Tamimi was in no danger. The man the group installed, Hussein al-Tahaan, is a member of the Badr Organization, the armed militia of the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq, known as Sciri.

    The militia has been credited with keeping the peace in heavily Shiite areas in southern Iraq but also accused of abuses like forcing women to wear the veils demanded by conservative Shiite religious law.

    "If we wanted to do something bad to him, we would have done that," said Mazen A. Makkia, the elected city council chief who led the ouster on Monday and who had been in a lengthy and unresolved legal feud with Mr. Tamimi.

    "We really want to establish the state of law for every citizen, and we did not threaten anyone," Mr. Makkia said. "This is not a coup."

    http://www.nytimes.com/2005/08/10/in...gewanted=print
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    Quote Originally Posted by jewel appleford
    Just drop the H-bomb and be done with it? All this money were spending that could go into our school system.
    Do you know what you would do to the world's economies by radiating all that oil?!?!

    What about all those people the U.S. is supposedly there to liberate? Nuke them to get to a small % of insurgents?

    Thank goodness I'm a FAKE blonde.
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    Female Circumcision Surfaces in Iraq

    A German aid group finds the first solid proof of the practice, thought to be prevalent in the Middle East.

    By Nicholas Birch | Contributor to The Christian Science Monitor

    KIRKUK, IRAQ - Set on an arid plain southeast of Kirkuk, Hasira looks like a place forsaken by time. Sheep amble past mud-brick houses and the odd sickly palm tree shades children's games. There is no electricity.

    Yet along with 39 other villages in this region that Iraq's Kurds have named Germian (meaning hot place), Hasira and its people have become noted for presenting the first statistical evidence in Iraq of the existence of female circumcision, or female genital mutilation (FGM), as critics call it.

    "We knew Germian was one of the areas most affected by the practice," says Thomas von der Osten-Sacken, director of a German nongovernmental organization called WADI, which has been based in Iraq for more than a decade.

    Of 1,554 women and girls over 10 years old interviewed by WADI's local medical team, 907, or more than 60 percent, said they had had the operation. The practice is known to exist throughout the Middle East, particularly in northern Saudi Arabia, southern Jordan, and Iraq. There is also circumstantial evidence to suggest it is present in Syria, western Iran, and southern Turkey.

    But while this practice was suspected in the region, there was never solid proof that the procedure was so prevalent.

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    Money Woes on Home Front

    Call-ups often mean lower pay and hardship for National Guard and Reserve troops.

    By Brad Knickerbocker | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor

    ASHLAND, ORE. - As the war in Iraq grinds through its third year, one number keeps going up: the number of men and women in Reserve and National Guard units mobilized for active duty. Last week, their ranks swelled again to 139,218.

    But these citizen-soldiers are drawing not only tough assignments - they represent some 40 percent of all American troops in Iraq and, so far this month, two-thirds of US fatalities. They also find themselves burdened with financial problems back home. The challenge has become so common that some critics call it the "patriot penalty."

    Spc. Blaine Hall of the Army National Guard in Washington State is one example.

    Because of government red tape and the on-again, off-again orders for call-up and deployment, he was unable to obtain the government loan that would have allowed him to train someone else to run his bookstore in Gig Harbor, Wash., during the year he spent in Iraq.

    "I understand the possibility for deployment can occur at anytime with little notice, and that it is our responsibility to keep our households and business ready for deployment," he told a US Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee hearing at the Army National Guard Armory in Seattle last week. But in the end, he said, "I was forced to close my business and file for bankruptcy."

    Staff Sgt. Kevin Romanelli of the Washington State National Guard, who served in Afghanistan, told the hearing of his difficulties in getting medical disability payments. As a result, Sergeant Romanelli said, his family of five is unable to make ends meet.

    "I am constantly contacted by bill collectors," he said. "The most difficult thing for me is the hardship that has been imposed on my family."
    A financial hit

    Government studies show that about half of all reservists and National Guard members report a loss of income when they go on active duty - typically more than $4,000 a year.

    Under federal law, companies must hold the jobs of guardsmen and reservists for when they return from active duty.

    Some companies voluntarily make up the pay difference for their employees called to active duty, among them Cummins, DaimlerChrysler, Toyota, Sears, and Raytheon.

    But most companies are either unable or unwilling to do this, and for the several thousand self-employed reservists and guardsmen there is no such possibility.

    Senior Guard and Reserve officers worry that loss of income and other stresses will impair citizen-soldiers' ability to fulfill their missions, not to mention discouraging them from reenlisting or signing up in the first place.

    In an internal memo to a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff last December, Lt. Gen. James Helmly, chief of the Army Reserve, warned that his command is "rapidly degenerating into a 'broken' force."

    In April, Lt. Gen. Roger Schultz, chief of the Army National Guard, told a Senate hearing that a variety of bonuses had brought about "some signs of a turnaround in our recruiting and retention numbers." But, he added, "We have a long way to go in achieving our year-end strength goals."

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    NEWS RELEASE
    HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES CENTRAL COMMAND
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    MacDill AFB, Fla. 33621-5101
    Phone: (813) 827-5894; FAX: (813) 827-2211; DSN 651-5894

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    August 10, 2005
    Release Number: 05-08-15C


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    FOUR TASK FORCE LIBERTY SOLDIERS KILLED, SIX WOUNDED NEAR BAYJI

    TIKRIT, Iraq – Four Task Force Liberty Soldiers were killed and six were wounded when terrorists attacked a patrol near Bayji at about 11:30 p.m. on August 9.

    The wounded were evacuated to a Coalition Forces medical facility.

    The names of the Soldiers are being withheld pending notification of next of kin.

    For more information, contact Multi-National Force-Iraq Press Information Center at (703) 270-0320.

    http://www.centcom.mil/CENTCOMNews/C...t=20050815.txt
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    Najaf Road Projects to Bring Critical Transportation for Agriculture, Schools

    By B.J. Weiner Gulf Region Division U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

    Najaf, Iraq – Donkey cart, bicycle and the occasional jury-rigged car have dominated transportation methods in the bumpy, rugged rural Najaf Province for many years. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Gulf Region South District (GRS) has been paving the way for modern asphalt roads in these areas in order to facilitate agriculture sales and to provide better routes to village schools and hospitals.

    “GRS is currently managing the construction of two village road projects in the Najaf Province,” said Art Bennett, GRS Transportation and Communication Sector project manager. “The roads serve small villages and local industries – in this case, cement and gypsum plants. The second project, or segment, parallels the Euphrates River.”

    Bennett said that segment one – the Alhaydariya village road - is about 15 kilometers long and carries a price tag of about $1.2 million. The contract was modified and extended to move power poles away from the shoulder of the road, and to create that shoulder. The modifications also included the shoring up of water pipelines that were unsupported off the side of the road. The additional money is $18,000. He added that the project is 40 percent complete. Total cost of the project with the modifications is $1.3 million.

    Segment two or the Al-Cement factory village road is about seven kilometers long and its price tag is about $337,697. Also modified because of power pole and water pipe issues, the additional allocated money is about $12,000. It is about 38 percent complete. Total cost of the project is about $348,000.

    “The intent of these projects is to provide paved roads for everyday use by the local population,” said Bennett.
    http://www.centcom.mil/CentcomNews/Stories/08_05/6.htm
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    HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES CENTRAL COMMAND
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    August 7, 2005
    Release Number: 05-08-11


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    1/11th ACR DESTROYS TERROR CELL, FINDS WEAPON CASHES

    ABU GHRAIB, Iraq — In the 48 hours spanning Aug. 3 and 4, Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, 256th Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division conducted a series of raids to nab key planners of terrorist attacks and to seize weapons and bomb-making materials in Abu Ghraib, a western province of Baghdad.

    The Soldiers captured four suspected terrorists, discovered five weapons caches, and confiscated more than $2,000 in U.S. currency.

    Beginning at 8:30 p.m. on Aug. 3, Soldiers from B Troop, 1/11th ACR searched five locations in the Khandari district, where they detained one terrorist who positively identified three other members of his cell after he was captured.

    The unit also unearthed two weapons caches shortly before midnight.

    The first cache consisted of a mortar tube with more than 50 mortar rounds, a rocket-propelled grenade launcher with two grenades and a sighting device, and a recoilless rifle with a tripod mount. The Soldiers also found 100 feet of detonation cord, 100 blasting caps and a videotape.

    Twenty minutes later, the U.S. Soldiers found another weapons cache which contained $2,200 in U.S. currency, four hand grenades and a cell phone wired to a bomb detonation device.

    The four terror suspects were taken into custody for questioning.

    The first detainee also told the U.S. Soldiers about the location of an already-emplaced roadside bomb. A U.S. explosives ordnance disposal team located and destroyed the bomb.

    Soldiers from 1/11th ACR carried out several missions to arrest terrorists and uncover their logistical bases in Abu Ghraib as part of Operation Thunder Cat, conducted by 256th BCT.

    Since July, 1/11th ACR has uncovered more than five major cache sites and has arrested 28 terrorists working as part of terror cells conducting attacks against both Coalition Forces and Iraqi Security Forces.

    “The discovery of these caches and detainment of the individuals associated with it has dealt a serious blow to the terrorists operating in Abu Ghraib,” said Maj. Brian Robertson, squadron executive officer, from Wilkesboro, N.C. “This success is a direct result of the persistence and hard work of the troopers of Bravo Troop and 1/11th ACR.”


    http://www.centcom.mil/CENTCOMNews/N...e=20050811.txt
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    Shiites Demand Separate Southern Iraqi State

    The head of an Iranian-trained Shiite militia associated with one of the main parties in the Iraqi government says Shiites should have their own federal state in the south of Iraq.

    "Federalism has to be in all of Iraq. They are trying to prevent the Shiites from enjoying their own federalism," Hadi al-Amiri, head of the Badr Brigades, told thousands of Shiites gathered in the sacred southern city of Najaf.

    "We have to persist in forming one region in the south or else we will regret it. What have we got from the central government except death?" he said.

    The call for a southern Shiite state comes at a critical time when Iraqi leaders are scrambling to finish a draft constitution to submit to parliament before a self-imposed August 15 deadline.

    Federalism is one of the most volatile issues in talks on the constitution, which the Shiite-led government and their US allies hope will defuse the insurgency.

    "We must have federalism in the south in order to guarantee our rights, which enemies are trying try to prevent us from having," Mr Amiri said.

    He was speaking to an emotional crowd commemorating the second anniversary of the death of revered Shiite cleric Ayatollah Mohammed Bakr al-Hakim, who along with 83 other people was killed by a car bomb in Najaf in 2003.

    The Badr Brigades, former Iraqi army soldiers who turned against Saddam Hussein in the war with Iran in the 1980s, are hated by many Sunnis, who were dominant under Saddam.

    Some Sunni Iraqis accuse the Shiite-led Government of sanctioning Badr Brigades death squads, who work alongside police and security services. The Government and the militia deny the accusations.

    Kurds have enjoyed a de facto state in the north since 1991, when American troops set up a no-fly zone to protect them from Saddam Hussein's army.

    Sunnis favour a strong central government with tight control over oil resources in the Kurdish north and Shiite south.
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    August 11, 2005
    Release Number: 05-08-16C


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    SOLDIER KILLED BY SMALL-ARMS FIRE NEAR HABBANIYAH

    CAMP FALLUJAH, Iraq – A Soldier assigned to 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward), was killed Aug. 9 by small arms fire.

    The incident took place during combat operations near Habbaniyah, Iraq.

    The name of the deceased is being withheld pending notification of next of kin and release by the Department of Defense.

    Several U.S. Army units are attached to II MEF (Fwd) during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

    The Multi-National Force-West Public Affairs Office at Camp Fallujah, Iraq, provided this release. The MNF-W PAO can be reached at mnfwcepaowo@cemnf-wiraq.usmc.mil.

    http://www.centcom.mil/CENTCOMNews/C...t=20050816.txt
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    U.S. brands have an image problem
    Study: American icons such as Coke, McDonald's and Disney are losing luster with global consumers.
    August 12, 2005: 1:07 PM EDT
    By Parija Bhatnagar, CNN/Money staff writer

    NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Global consumers have spoken: They're not feeling any love for American brands.

    That was the finding in a study from market research consultancy Gfk NOP that tracked consumer reaction in 30 countries to top global brands.

    "The story isn't different from last year. U.S. brands still face an image problem and they're no longer in the leadership position with consumers worldwide," said Cary Silvers, vice president of research with Gfk NOP.

    -snip-

    "U.S. brands started to feel a drag in their likability factor when the U.S. decided to enter Iraq," said Silvers, adding that this allowed other global brands to step in and build their credibility with consumers.




    http://money.cnn.com/2005/08/12/news...king/index.htm
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    U.S. Lowers Sights On What Can Be Achieved in Iraq
    Administration Is Shedding 'Unreality' That Dominated Invasion, Official Says

    By Robin Wright and Ellen Knickmeyer
    Washington Post Staff Writers
    Sunday, August 14, 2005; Page A01

    The Bush administration is significantly lowering expectations of what can be achieved in Iraq, recognizing that the United States will have to settle for far less progress than originally envisioned during the transition due to end in four months, according to U.S. officials in Washington and Baghdad.

    The United States no longer expects to see a model new democracy, a self-supporting oil industry or a society where the majority of people are free from serious security or economic challenges, U.S. officials say.

    "What we expected to achieve was never realistic given the timetable or what unfolded on the ground," said a senior official involved in policy since the 2003 invasion. "We are in a process of absorbing the factors of the situation we're in and shedding the unreality that dominated at the beginning."

    -snip-


    "We set out to establish a democracy, but we're slowly realizing we will have some form of Islamic republic," said another U.S. official familiar with policymaking from the beginning, who like some others interviewed would speak candidly only on the condition of anonymity. "That process is being repeated all over.

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    Security incidents in Iraq, Aug 15
    15 Aug 2005 19:00:00 GMT
    Source: Reuters
    BAGHDAD, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Following are security incidents reported in Iraq on Monday, Aug. 15, as of 1830 GMT.

    U.S. and Iraqi forces are battling a Sunni Arab insurgency against the Shi'ite and Kurdish-led government in Baghdad.

    An asterisk denotes a new or updated item.

    KERBALA - Police in southern Iraq said on Monday they had discovered 30 bodies of people apparently tortured, shot and buried six months ago, in the village of Uwarige, south of the capital. Colonel Salam Taraad, of the Hilla police department, said two of the victims were women.

    BUHRIZ - Four Iraqi soldiers were killed and three injured when gunmen ambushed their checkpoint in southern Buhriz, 45 km (28 miles) north of Baghdad, military and hospital sources said. * BAGHDAD - Four civilians were killed and four wounded when gunmen opened fire on a crowd in the southern Baghdad suburb of Hay al-Amil, police said. * BAGHDAD - Lieutenant Colonel Khaled Badran of the Iraqi army was shot dead as he drove in central Baghdad with his brother, police said. The brother was wounded.

    BAGHDAD - Police said one civilian was killed and another three wounded when a roadside bomb targeted a U.S. military convoy in Khadhraa district, central Baghdad. There were no immediate reports on U.S. casualties.

    LATIFIYA - Police said a civilian car was shot at by a U.S. convoy in Latifiya, south of Baghdad, killing its driver and wounding another two people. The U.S. military had no immediate comment on the incident.

    BAGHDAD - A suicide bomber on a motorcycle wounded 11 people when he blew himself up in a central Baghdad restaurant popular with police officers, police sources said. The attack on Abu Ahmed's restaurant in the bustling Karrada district took place at lunchtime.

    BAGHDAD - Mohammed Hassan Muhyi, a member of a municipality in the western Adil district of the capital, was killed by gunmen, a police source said.

    BAGHDAD - Police sources said a mortar round landed on an Interior Ministry building, east of the capital, wounding 20.

    TIKRIT - Mahir Younis, an Iraqi contractor working with the U.S. army, was abducted for the second time in al-Qadissiya area, north of Tikrit, a police source said. (Reporting by Faris al-Mehdawi in Baquba, Sami Jumaili in Kerbala, Amir Salman in Tikrit and Walid Ibrahim and Lutfi Abu Oun in Baghdad)



    http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/MOU535895.htm
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    Besides the suicide bomber, has an insurgent ever been killed in Iraq by the coalition? I looked at several of these posts and it appears only Americans, Iraqi soldiers and civilians are being killed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Advance The Man
    Besides the suicide bomber, has an insurgent ever been killed in Iraq by the coalition? I looked at several of these posts and it appears only Americans, Iraqi soldiers and civilians are being killed.
    2 steps to fix that 1) Find article stating such 2) Post it here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jewel appleford
    Just drop the H-bomb and be done with it? All this money were spending that could go into our school system.
    Get real, and get a real identity. How old are you 12?
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