Notes from the Iraqi Resistance...
A transcript of an interview with a member of the Iraqi Resistance here
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I'm glad he spoke about all the false flag operations, among other occupier crimes, especially because many tend to believe it is Iraqis killing each other.
Long live Iraqi Resistance.
You're welcome...Yes he did talk of the false flag operations, but he did also mention the role of the mahdi army responsible for a lot of the sectarian killings and he did say that a part of the shiite population in Iraq, was coopted by these militias and by Iran.
Yes, after my comment,I realised that I should have commented on the role of the mahdi army in sectarian violence as well, together with Iran's role, and which has been the cause of so much tragedy and loss for Iraqis. Thanks for pointing out the omission.
Thanks, Justin, Dallas Texas
I did mention one instance/ evidence on false flag in the translated text. When cars stopped at checkpoints by both the Americans and the Iranian sectarian shia militias ask the driver to get out of the car under the pretext of searching and load them with explosives...
As for Mossad - In Hilla,(southern part of Iraq) more than 10 Israeli agents were caught there. Several in Baghdad. As for the North of Iraq supposedly called Kurdistan, the Mossad actually arms and trains the kurdish militias aka as peshmergas.
And thanks for visiting.
Why is it so terrible to work with the Americans to rebuild Iraq? Why not strive to model Iraq after Germany and Japan post WWII?
If the US lets Iraq collapse, we will be back in 5 or 10 years after the next terror attack. Do you want to go through this again - even worse?
For a long time we fought the 1920s brigades. Now we fight together against Al-Qaeda. We leave them to run their own affairs which builds trust. All we want is to beat the bad guys and keep the US safe. To do that we need to fight for democracy in the ME.
If this is a war for oil, then where is my oil? We are not interested in spending $2B a week to be "occupiers".
Greg from USA