Jun 01 2006

More Terrorist Leaders Captured

Published by at 9:08 am under All General Discussions,Iraq

More and more Terrorists are being caught and killed in Iraq.  Seems Zarqawi’s top aides are snitching on his organization:

No Iraqi forces were killed or wounded during this operation. On May 29, Iraqi and coalition forces captured a key insurgent leader in Iraq, in the Ameriya neighborhood of Baghdad’s Mansour district.

Sheikh Ahmed Hussein Dabash Samir al-Batawi, also known as Ahmed al-Dabash, was a major financier and facilitator of terrorism in Iraq, most notably the bomb attack in the Shiite holy city of Karbala on March 2, 2004. In that attack, several pre-set explosives were detonated near one of the most important Shiite shrines in Iraq – the Golden Dome Mosque.

Too bad all this good news is being missed.

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3 Responses to “More Terrorist Leaders Captured”

  1. pull says:

    Not surprising that they are snitching, despite being religious zealots.

    Same thing happened to the Shining Path… and they were zealots.

    Ultimately, their zealotry is all but a sham. The trick is in destroying that sham… which, for zealots, is very difficult, granted.

    But, when you can destroy that sham… they are forced to stop playing around.

    They are destroying Iraq. That is not difficult to pin them on and make them wake up about.

  2. More Jihadi Alpha-Bugs Caught in Iraq…

    There have been some significant arrests of jihadi cockroaches in Iraq over the past few days (you know, news other than the speculation over Haditha is still happening over there – unless you have a skewed vision of what constitutes news)….

  3. crosspatch says:

    What I found extremely interesting was a new aspect that came out of an article yesterday at defenselink.mil

    Apperently the Iraqis disrupted FIVE cells operating out of the university in Baghdad. Three of the cell leaders were Palestinians studying there. I don’t believe we have heard a lot about student cells conducting operations against the security forces before.