[R-G] Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Friday, 16 June 2006.
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Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Friday, 16 June 2006.
Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr, member, editorial
board, the Free Arab Voice. http://www.freearabvoice.org
Friday, 16 June 2006.
ˇ Resistance bomber blasts Buratha Shi`i mosque headquarters
of the pro-American Shi`i sectarian Badr Brigades.
ˇ Resistance barrages drive British troops out of their base
near al-`Amarah and into animal pens for the night.
Resistance bomber blasts Buratha Shi`i mosque, a headquarters of the
pro-American Shi`i sectarian Badr Brigades.
In a dispatch posted at 12:27pm Makkah time Friday afternoon,
Mafkarat al-Islam reported that a short while earlier a powerful
blast rocked the Buratha Shi ` mosque, a headquarters of the pro-
American Shi`i sectarian Badr Brigades in Baghdad
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported eyewitnesses as
saying that an Iraqi Resistance fida'i fighter blew himself up
inside the mosque headquarters. Medical sources said that a large
number of people had been killed or wounded in the attack. The fate
of Jalal as-Saghir the imam of the mosque and a leader in the Badr
Brigade militia was not immediately known.
The Buratha Mosque is widely rumored to be a scene of imprisonment,
torture, and murder of Sunnis. It is said to be the worst of
such "slaughter houses" according to local stories, the Mafkarat al-
Islam correspondent reported. The correspondent reported that
Mafkarat al-Islam had been the first media outlet to expose the
murders that were taking place in the mosque, prompting the pro-
American Imam as-Saghir to verbally attack Mafkarat al-Islam and to
move evidence of bodies elsewhere.
In a dispatch posted at 2:33pm, the correspondent for Mafkarat al-
Islam reported a source in the puppet "National Guard" as saying
that the Resistance bomber was hoping to blow up the Imam as-Saghir,
a commander in the Badr Brigades, whose fate was still unknown at
the time of reporting.
In a dispatch posted at 3:10pm Makkah time Friday afternoon,
Mafkarat al-Islam reported a medical source as saying that the toll
in the bombing of the al-Buratha mosque was 11 dead and 28 wounded.
Puppet regime forces, Shi`i sectarian gunmen seal off, storm Sunni
as-Salkih neighborhood on retaliatory rampage following Resistance
attack on al-Buratha mosque headquarters of Badr Brigades.
In a dispatch posted at 5:55pm Makkah time Friday afternoon,
Mafkarat al-Islam reported that more than 300 puppet "Iraqi Interior
Ministry Shock Trooops (Maghwir)" together with pro-American Shi`i
sectarian Badr Brigade militiamen stormed the predominantly Sunni as-
Salikh district of northeaster Baghdad following the bombing attack
on the Badr Brigade headquarters in the al-Buratha Shi`i mosque at
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the pro-
American Shi`i sectarians including the puppet "Interior Ministry
Shock Troops" most of whose members are concurrently members of
the sectarian militias had nearly completely sealed off the
largely Sunni district of as-Salikh. The Shi`i sectarians filled
and closed off the wide Jami` al-Furqan Street, as well as Muhammad
al-Qasim Street, and another large thoroughfare the al-Qanat Bridge
Local residents told Mafkarat al-Islam that the Shi`i sectarians had
launched into indiscriminate raids and searches and had arrested
numerous local residents in a retaliatory campaign that was still
under way at the time of reporting.
Al-Hajj Muhammad Haraj, a local notable in the area, told the
correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam that the assault on the as-
Salikh neighborhood was a sectarian retaliation for the Resistance
bombing of the Badr Brigade headquarters in the al-Buratha mosque.
Bombed collaborator's house falls on neighbor's home, killing four
In a dispatch posted at 2pm Makkah time Friday afternoon, Mafkarat
al-Islam reported that four children were killed and their father
and mother wounded when a series of bombs exploded inside a house
that was under construction in the middle of Ba`qubah, about 65km
northeast of Baghdad, on Thursday-Friday night. The house that was
under construction fell on a neighboring home, causing the
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the father and
mother were taken to al-Jumlah al-`Asabiyah Hospital in Ba`qubah
during the night. The house that was blown up in the bombing
belonged to a collaborator by the anem of Mahmud Mas`ud who has been
working for the US occupation at the so-called Center for Joint
American Coordination. Although the collaborator' home was targeted
by the blast, a large part of it collapsed on the neighboring house,
killing four children and seriously wounding their parents.
Iraqi puppet army colonel shot dead by Iraqi Resistance fighters
In a dispatch posted at 11:40am Makkah time Friday morning, Mafkarat
al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance fighters assassinated
Colonel Ahmad `Abdallah the commander of the Third battalion of the
Second Division of the Iraqi puppet army, which operates in the
north of the country, on Thursday night.
The al-Mawsil correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported a source
in the Iraqi puppet police as saying that Resistance fighters
stormed into the house of Colonel `Abdallah and sprayed him with a
hail of bullets, killing him instantly. The source said that
ambulances showed up at the house after neighbors called them and
the colonel's corpse was then taken to the hospital in the city.
Resistance bomb kills three puppet army troops Thursday evening.
In a dispatch posted at 11:20kkah time Friday morning, Mafkarat al-
Islam reported that an Iraqi Resistance bomb exploded by an Iraqi
puppet army patrol on al-Bawwari Street I the middle of Tall `Afar
in northern Iraq on Thursday evening.
The correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported a source in the
Iraqi puppet army as saying on Friday morning that the bomb killed
or wounded five Iraqi puppet army troops. Dr. `Umar Sami of the
city hospital said that three Iraqi puppet army soldiers were killed
and two more wounded, one of them a first lieutenant.
Resistance barrages drive British troops out of their base and into
animal pens for the night.
In a dispatch posted at 1:15pm Makkah time Friday afternoon,
Mafkarat al-Islam reported that Iraqi Resistance forces battered
British troops in their base near al-`Amarah in southeastern Iraq
during Thursday-Friday night, forcing them to take refuge in pens
for goats and water buffaloes over night.
The al-`Amarah correspondent for Mafkarat al-Islam reported that the
Resistance fired five Katyusha rockets at the main British base
located 5km from the city at 2am Friday morning. The barrages set
fires burning in the northern part of the base, which was shaken a
short while later by six explosions that were so powerful that they
were felt in nearby villages as well.
A source in the Iraqi puppet police told Mafkarat al-Islam that
ambulances, fire trucks, and helicopters raced to the base. As they
were working to extinguish the flames and evacuate the wounded and
dead, the Resistance fired four more mortar shells into the British-
occupied facility, forcing the British troops to flee their base
spend the night in the water buffalo and goat pens in the al-Furat
(Euphrates) Village neighborhood.
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