Skip to comments.GOTTA SEE THIS-War Endur.Freedom 8/7/04-Basra,Najaf,Sadr City
Posted on 08/08/2004 7:53:56 AM PDT by Diogenesis
GOTTA SEE THIS - War for Enduring Freedom 8/7/04 - Basra, Najaf, Sadr City
BREAKING: Najaf - Battle between US Heroes and the Mahdi terrorists
BREAKING: Basra - Mahdi terrorists tangle with British troops
BREAKING: Sadr City - Behind enemy lines with Mahdi terrorists
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PICTURES YOU MAY NEVER SEE IN THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA
========= Najaf =========
BEHIND ENEMY LINES
In Najaf, central Iraq, with terrorists of Muqtada al-Sadr and Iran, the Mahdis,
hidden in a cemetery in the terrorist-controlled city,
after the Najaf Shiites viciously broke yet another of their false 'cease fires'.
In Najaf, briefly rest after they violated their false 'cease fire'.
In Najaf, Shiite terrorists at the funeral of other terrorists
killed after the Shiites viciously broke yet another of their false truce.
In Najaf, Baghdad, Iraq, at the hospital,
American heroes offer supplies to Iraqi doctors to treat patients
at al Sheala hospital, even after the Mahdi terrorists attacked American
and Coalition soldiers breaking the "truce".
========= Basra =========
In Basra, Shiite terrorists at the funeral of other terrorists
killed after the Basra Shiites viciously broke yet another of their false 'cease fires'.
In Basra, British Coalition liberators of Iraq on patrol.
========= Sadr City =========
In Baghdad, Iraq, a plume of smoke rise during clashes with al-Mahdi
BEHIND ENEMY LINES
In Sadr City, weapons hot after the Baghdad Shiites broke their false 'cease fire'.
In Sadr City, the terrorists carry a rear rotor of a U.S. Army Kiowa reconnaissance helicopter.
Why not destroy them after they crash?
Why not destroy the terrorists, too?
BREAKING: SHIITE TERRORISTS HATE PRESIDENT BUSH
In Sadr City, in the terrorists keep,
the graffiti pleads in Arabic, 'No more Bush'.
Sounds like good reason enough for four more years.
========= Sharpless 140 =========
THREE NEWBIE STARS COMING OUT
Three young, massive stars are emerging
from this natal cloud of dust and gas.
The picture offers a penetrating infrared view of the emission nebula
cataloged as Sharpless 140 which lies about 3,000 light-years
away toward the constellation Cepheus.
(click for more info)
Thanks for the kind comments. You are most welcome.
The additional pictures, and posts and especially each and every one
of your insightful observations last time were GREAT, as always.
And that is what makes this so worth doing - and what helps educate so many.
Newbies: Please spend a few hours today and each day this week
helping for success in the War for Enduring Freedom.
And post your thought, greetings to those serving overseas,
venting, update, correction, observation, or anything else of interest.
END OF TRANSMISSION 8/7/04 .......... K
I've read on FR that the "insurgents" must put-up their shoes as collateral at the amory to receive a weapon.
There they are. The heroes who fight for us. Just look at 'em. They are wondrous, each and every one.
They are amazing pictures
If you look at those pictures you can see that some of the faces are Iraqi, but there are an awful lot of foreign looking faces there too. The guy in the black turban does NOT look Iraqi to me.
No! Not the Knights Who Say "Ni"!!
It's the knights who say, "Eki eki eki pathang, zoop boing!"
Thanks so much, Dio!
Thanks! I'm half Bohemian! :-)
I doubt the European colonial powers were ever fooled by requested 'cease fires.' They understood these primitives, that the primitives' culture did not recognize what Westerners consider 'honor.' We are foolish to treat these goons as though they were civilized. Our men should not die for such foolishness.
Thank you for your hard work to put these essays together.
Wow! Thats halarious! I think youre right!
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