Wednesday, December 08, 2010

More foreign fighters entering Iraq

'Intelligence officials say foreign fighters have been slipping back into Iraq in larger numbers recently and may have been behind some of the most devastating attacks this year, reviving a threat the U.S. military believed had been almost entirely eradicated.

It is impossible to verify the actual numbers of foreign insurgents entering the country. But one Middle Eastern intelligence official estimated recently that 250 came in October alone. U.S. officials say the figure is far lower, but have acknowledged an increase since August.

At the same time, Iraqi officials say there has been a surge in financial aid to al-Qaida's front group in Iraq as the U.S. military prepares to leave by the end of 2011. They said it reflects fears by Arab states over the growing influence of Iran's Shiite-led government over Iraq and its Shiite-dominated government.'

12 comments :

idit said...

Do you know the nationalities of those "fighters'?

Iran? Saudi Arabia? other places?

Iraqi Mojo said...

Probably 3arab jarab from all over the wa6an al 3arabi. In 2007, half of foreign fighters were Saudi slime.

Dolly said...

Maybe if you were doing your duties in Iraq, then other people wouldn't have to come in.

Do you know Farz al-'Ayn ?
The obligation ↑ starts with those inside the country only.
And only if they are negligent, does the obligation go outward.

Simply a refusal to actively die in American ranks ← would have been a sufficient jihadi contribution from you.

But, it was obviously too much to ask!
It's difficult to convince a Rafidi not to give his life for America.
Everyone else in the world is reluctant to die -- except for the Shi'ite laying his life down for Uncle Sam.

Anonymous said...

So who said this about foreign fighters? The Americans?

Are the Americans indigenous Iraqis now?

No Arab or Muslim is a foreigner in Baghdad, the capital of the Abbasids. The foreigners are the Americans and all Arabs and Muslims should flood to Iraq and help defend the country from the foreign american terrorists. They should kill as many traitors as they can in the process.

Aton said...

All Arabs who are not Iraqi, are foreigners, just as Anon is a foreiger in America.

C.H. said...

"Everyone else in the world is reluctant to die"


What about the idiot suicide bombers who mass murder innocent people?

Iraqis are dying to defend their country...your people are dying to kill them for it.

Maury said...

Fighters, my ass. They're in Iraq to blow themselves up. A chimpanzee could do that. Thankfully, most chimps have something to live for.

These mutts can't get a decent job. They can't even get laid. They would probably kill themselves with, or without, Al Qaida's mumbo jumbo.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Americans are in Iraq to help Iraqis.

"Meanwhile, Americans’ understanding of Iraq had become more sophisticated. If at first the sectarian war was played down or ignored, by 2007 the word sect had become part of the military’s template for daily violence reports. The often fruitless search operations that were the hallmark of the early years of the war suddenly became effective as Iraqis gave Americans information. The holdouts were many, and the Americans waged hard-fought campaigns, with heavy casualties, to eliminate them."

Iraqi Mojo said...

"Iraq is much safer now than it was in 2007, especially for U.S. troops, but we aren't out of the woods yet. If the use of sticky bombs tells us anything -- think Northern Ireland -- then we still have quite a long way to go. A stable and prosperous Iraq is in the United States and the Middle East's interest. We can't give up, not while MAIEDs continue to wound, kill and maim men, women and children in Iraq."

Iraqi Mojo said...

3arab jarab are in Iraq to kill Iraqis. And of course many murderous 3arab jarab in Iraq are Iraqis, hardcore Baathists with lots of experience killing Iraqis, and/or fundamentalist Muslims who believe that killing Iraqi Shia and Iraqi Security Forces is the right thing to do, like Dolly believes.

"14 men and women were burned alive when a bomb exploded their minibus"

Iraqi Mojo said...

"In his famous book Alam al-Muwaqain, Allama Ibn Qayyim discusses this work of internal reform and attacking social evils. He argues that if by attacking a certain social evil an even bigger evil is produced, it is impermissible to do so. This point seems to be totally lost on contemporary so-called jihadist movements active in different Muslim countries today, who, raising slogans of jihad, ‘Islamic Revolution’, and seeking to extirpate social evils through violence have generated untold strife and misery.

Another deviation in contemporary understandings of jihad is reflected in the fact that armed struggles for national liberation or for the defence of Muslim nations have been termed by their proponents as jihads. This is a completely wrong use of the term ‘Islamic jihad’, which applies only to those struggles that are fought in the path of God (jihad fi sabilillah), not for worldly or communal gains but to gain the pleasure of God. According to ahadith report, contained in the Sahih al-Bukhari, the aim of Islamic jihad is to proclaim the word of God (ailao kalimatillah). This clearly indicates that wars fought for fame, power, land and wealth or out of feelings of revenge have nothing whatsoever to do with jihad in the true sense of the term."

Is this why God is helping the Americans?

Iraqi Mojo said...

"Maybe if you were doing your duties in Iraq, then other people wouldn't have to come in." --Dolly

Notice the incredible hypocrisy of Dolly and her fellow fundamentalist Muslimeen:

'Saudi cleric Abd al-Aziz ibn Abd Allah ibn Baaz issued two key fatwas:

1) "During the [1991] Gulf War Ibn Baaz issued fatwa allowing the deployment of non-Muslim troops on Saudi Arabia soil to defend the Kingdom from the Iraqi army. Some noted that this was in contrast to his opinion in the 1940s, when he contradicted the government policy of Islamically allowing non-Muslims to be employed on Saudi soil."

2) From Shi'a–Sunni relations: "In recent decades the late leading Saudi cleric, Abdul-Aziz ibn Baz, issued fatwa denouncing Shia as apostates, and according to Shia scholar Vali Nasr "Abdul-Rahman al-Jibrin, a member of the Higher Council of Ulama, even sanctioned the killing of Shias, a call that was reiterated by Wahhabi religious literature as late as 2002." '