Posted by: cranky | August 12, 2007

Sadr City Terrorist Population Reduced

More good news from the surge:

Coalition Forces captured 13 suspected terrorists with ties to extremist militia Special Groups in a pre-dawn raid Sunday in Sadr City.

Coalition Forces conducted the raid to capture or kill highly-sought weapons facilitators with connections to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps – Quds Force in Iran.  Those detained are suspected of facilitating the transport of weapons and personnel from Iran into Iraq.  They are also believed to have facilitated the transport of deadly Explosively Formed Projectiles (EFPs) from Iran into Iraq to be used against Coalition Forces.

Stop means stop:

As Coalition Forces were departing the area, they encountered and destroyed a light utility truck that posed a threat to the force.  Coalition Forces attempted to signal the vehicle, however when the vehicle failed to respond, Coalition Forces fired on the vehicle with small arms fire. 

An estimated three to five terrorists died when an airstrike engaged the same vehicle.

“Coalition troops continue in their pursuit of unhelpful foreign influences here in Iraq,”

Wonder if the spokesman is referring to Iran?

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Responses

  1. I am perplexed to this day why we let al-Sadr go.

  2. That can’t be true…Jon Soltz says the surge isn’t working.

    Harry Reid says we’re losing.

    Scott Thomas Beauchamp says we’re just killing doggies.

  3. Well, if Harry Reid says we’re losing I guess it’s settled.

    STB and Michael Vick need to have a fight to the death between the two of them and Soltz is the lube they put on the instrument they use to perform colonoscopies.


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