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9th February 2004
The Arabic-language TV network Al-Arabiya said it received a taped statement from an organization that calls itself the Rescue Group warning al-Zarqawi and his followers to leave Iraq or face the consequences.
One masked militant read a statement denouncing the actions by al-Zarqawi and his followers as hurtful to Iraq, particularly the kidnapping of foreigners.
The group has called for the killing of the Jordanian-born al-Zarqawi if he doesn't leave Iraq.
Yeah, I saw that on the news tonight. Good thing is, I bet THEY know where that scumbag is :) I hope they nail him.
you do realise that if they kill him/kick him out, it will only be a temporary solution, right?
JP(NL)you do realise that if they kill him/kick him out, it will only be a temporary solution, right?
Things will get better. One by one.
until the yanks leave and the militia's will fight for control again.
Time will tell...
Lord of the Peach
19th April 2004
looks like the begining of a civil war in Iraq:lookaround: :uhm:
that's what you get when you remove the ruling power.(I'm not saying it's a bad thing you removed saddam) the iraqi people are devided about their american saviours/conquerers right now. but I supose we'll see what happens...
5th August 2003
Pethegreatlooks like the begining of a civil war in Iraq:lookaround: :uhm:
Yea, people are starting to draw the battle lines, choosing sides. I was reading about Muqtada Al-Sadr. He polices and keeps security in Sadr-city in Baghdad, there is less crime there because of him and his Mehdi militia.
7th December 2003
Probably because every criminal is in the militia.