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al-Zarqawi - "Domínio muçulmano no mundo"
« em: Junho 24, 2004, 11:59:12 am »
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Zarqawi: We will fight 'Until Islamic rule is back on Earth'

BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — A recording purportedly made by the mastermind of bombings and beheadings in Iraq threatened to assassinate Iraq's interim prime minister and fight the Americans "until Islamic rule is back on Earth."
The audio, found Wednesday on an Islamic Web site, is supposedly from Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the same Jordanian-born terrorist whose group claimed responsibility for the beheading of American hostage Nicholas Berg and Kim Sun-il, a South Korean whose decapitated body was found Tuesday evening between Baghdad and Fallujah. South Koreans reacted with sorrow and anger to Kim's beheading Wednesday, with President Roh Moo-hyun calling it a "crime against humanity."

After the slaying, U.S. forces launched an airstrike on what the Americans said was an al-Zarqawi hideout in Fallujah. Three people were killed and nine wounded, said Dr. Loai Ali Zeidan at Fallujah Hospital. It was the second U.S. airstrike on Fallujah since Saturday.

"In both cases we believe we hit significant numbers of al-Zarqawi lieutenants and al-Zarqawi fighters," said Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt, the coalition's deputy operations chief. The airstrikes also destroyed large ammunition stores, Kimmitt said Wednesday in an interview with Associated Press Television News.

Kim's body was found two days after he appeared on a videotape broadcast by Al-Jazeera television, pleading "I don't want to die" and begging his government to pull its soldiers out of Iraq.

South Korea refused and said it would go ahead with plans to send another 3,000 forces here by August, which will make it the third-largest troop contributor after the United States and Britain.

"When we think of his desperate appeals for life, our hearts are wrenched with grief," Roh said Wednesday in a national television address.

In the audiotape, the speaker thought to be al-Zarqawi told Iraq's interim prime minister, Iyad Allawi, that "we will continue the game with you until the end." The speaker said "we will not get bored" until "we make you drink from the same glass" as Izzadine Saleem, the Iraqi Governing Council president killed last month in a car-bombing claimed by al-Zarqawi's group.

"We will carry on our jihad against the Western infidel and the Arab apostate until Islamic rule is back on Earth," the voice said.

An official with Allawi's office dismissed the threat, saying it would not derail the transfer of sovereignty next week.
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Elsewhere, a roadside bomb exploded near Baghdad's Kindi Hospital on Wednesday, killing a policeman who was handling the bomb and a mother and her child who were riding in a taxi, Iraqi police said. Another man, his shirt off, was seen being led away in handcuffs.

In Ramadi, an insurgent stronghold 60 miles west of Baghdad, gunmen killed two policemen and wounded a third in a drive-by shooting, witnesses said.

A roadside bomb also exploded as an Iraqi National Guard patrol passed in the northern city of Mosul, killing one Iraqi soldier and wounding four others, the U.S. military said.

The beheading of Kim, 33, who worked for a South Korean company providing supplies to U.S. forces, stunned South Korea and prompted the Seoul government to order all nonessential civilians to leave Iraq as soon as possible.

Late Tuesday, the Arabic language satellite television channel Al-Jazeera broadcast a videotape of a terrified Kim kneeling, blindfolded and wearing an orange jumpsuit similar to those issued to prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Kim's shoulders were heaving, his mouth open and moving as if he were gulping air and sobbing. Five hooded and armed men stood behind him, one with a big knife slipped in his belt.

One of the masked men read a statement addressed to the Korean people: "This is what your hands have committed. Your army has not come here for the sake of Iraqis, but for cursed America." South Korea is a U.S. ally in Iraq.

Al-Jazeera did not show the actual beheading, saying it was too graphic.

American troops found Kim's body between Baghdad and Fallujah about 5:20 p.m. Iraq time, South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman Shin Bong-kil said. The body was identified by a photograph sent by e-mail to the South Korean embassy.

The killing and kidnapping was claimed by Al-Zarqawi's group, Monotheism and Jihad.

The grisly killing was reminiscent of the decapitation of Berg and of American helicopter technician Paul M. Johnson Jr., 49, who was beheaded by al-Qaida militants in Saudi Arabia. An al-Qaida group claiming responsibility posted an Internet message that showed photographs of Johnson's severed head.

Also Tuesday, two American soldiers were killed and another wounded in an attack on a convoy near Balad, 50 miles north of Baghdad. The dean of the University of Mosul law school was murdered in another attack against the country's intellectual elite. Gunmen also killed two Iraqi women working as translators for British forces in Basra, Iraqi officials said.

In other developments Wednesday:

— Iraqi engineers said they had resumed pumping crude oil through an export pipeline between northern Iraq and Turkey that was attacked last month. Officials with the State Oil Marketing Organization said they were unaware the pipeline was back up.

— Top followers of radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr rejected an invitation to join a national conference that will select a council to advise Iraq's interim government.


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São estes os "corajosos" paladinos da liberdade?  :roll:
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Guilherme

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« Responder #1 em: Junho 24, 2004, 01:01:53 pm »
Dificilmente ele conseguirá alcançar esse objetivo, em minha opinião.

Posso parecer politicamente incorreto, mas gosto de viver em um país com 130 milhões de católicos, e onde o Estado e religião estão separados (salvo algumas exceções, as quais desaprovo).
 

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« Responder #2 em: Junho 24, 2004, 01:30:57 pm »
E podemos ter um Harem, tipo "mil e uma noites"?????

 :diabo:  :toto:
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« Responder #3 em: Junho 26, 2004, 10:51:26 pm »
Hummm...

Proponho que enviemos ao Sr. Zarqawin um mensageiro que com toda a certeza será capaz de lhe demonstrar as vantagens da paz universal kantiana.
Mas quem o quererá fazer?
Qual é a alma corajosa e abnegada capaz de que defender a Paz Universal Kantiana?
Ai de ti Lusitânia, que dominarás em todas as nações...
 

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fgomes

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« Responder #4 em: Junho 26, 2004, 11:57:36 pm »
Espero que os sul coreanos que vão para o Iraque o apanhem e lhe dêm o mesmo tratamento que davam aos vietcongs capturados. Os interrogatórios eram ocasião para exercitar o taekwondo...
Em resultado disto parece que as tropas sul coreanas eram as mais temidas pelos comunistas no Vietname.

Neste caso a filosofia oriental é muito mais eficaz que a kantiana...
 

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« Responder #5 em: Junho 27, 2004, 12:02:40 am »
Citação de: "fgomes"
Espero que os sul coreanos que vão para o Iraque o apanhem e lhe dêm o mesmo tratamento que davam aos vietcongs capturados. Os interrogatórios eram ocasião para exercitar o taekwondo...
Em resultado disto parece que as tropas sul coreanas eram as mais temidas pelos comunistas no Vietname.

Neste caso a filosofia oriental é muito mais eficaz que a kantiana...


fgomes, sem dúvida. Durante a ofensiva do TET ( salvo erro ) houve uma ocasião em que cerca de 250 soldados vietcongs entraram em combate corpo a corpo com cerca de 100 soldados sul-vietnamitas.
Foi de tal maneira um massacre que as tropas sul-coreanas passaram a ser das mais respeitadas pelo inimigo.
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fgomes

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« Responder #6 em: Junho 27, 2004, 12:24:18 am »
Agora falando mais a sério, acho que estamos perante uma ameaça enorme, mas continuamos, especialmente na Europa, a agir como não se passasse nada.
O 11 de Setembro, os americanos mereciam... O 11 de Março foi culpa do Aznar e do seu apoio aos americanos...
Este tipo de argumentos, muito populares nos media e em alguma esquerda bem pensante, revela uma cegueira inacreditável. Como diz o povo, não há cego pior do que aquele que não quer ver...

É também preocupante que muitos terroristas islãmicos tenham estudado e vivido no Ocidente e pior ainda, que andem por aí ao abrigo das liberdades que querem destruir.
 

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« Responder #7 em: Junho 27, 2004, 09:26:50 pm »
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Durante a ofensiva do TET ( salvo erro ) houve uma ocasião em que cerca de 250 soldados vietcongs entraram em combate corpo a corpo com cerca de 100 soldados sul-vietnamitas


O vietcong atacou várias vezes as "firebases" ( bases de apoio de fogo de artilharia) de dia e em campo descoberto. Em muitas dessas ocasiões ( como a 21 de março 67, Suoi Da), apenas foram repelidos devido ao tiro directo das peças de 155 e 203mm americana. Perdiam milhares de homens por cada tentativa...
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