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Tuesday, February 21, 2006
  Let them all face the Jihadi HeadChoppers on their own and let's see how well that turns out.
I am rapidly losing faith in the US's ability to effectively manage Iraq. Hampered by the tiny darts of endless opposition to the War, the US's momentum seems to be waning.
As for those little trumped up turban wearing savages; They should be thanking the US troops on a daily basis who through their blood keep these ungrateful barbarians safe.
How long would Karbala last without the US shield, one could hope that the US force commander would make an 'example' out of Karbala and leave them to the tender mercies of the headchopping pigfucking Jihadi's.

ABC News: Iraqi Province Cuts Off U.S. Forces: "KARBALA, Iraq Feb 20, 2006 (AP)— The governing council of Karbala province said Monday it was suspending contact with U.S. forces over the behavior of soldiers during a visit to the governor's office two days ago.

The decision followed similar moves by leaders of Maysan and Basra provinces, which have frozen ties with British forces in southern Iraq.

Karbala provincial spokesman Abdel Amir Hanoun complained that U.S. soldiers brought dogs inside the building when their commander visited provincial Gov. Aqeel al-Khazraji, considered an insult by the council.

They also blocked roads leading to the governor's office, preventing council members and the governor from parking cars outside the building, Hanoun said. The governor instructed the council to suspend contacts until U.S. forces apologize, he said.

The Karbala council is controlled by the Supreme Council of Islamic Revolution in Iraq, the country's largest Shiite party, and Dawa, the party of Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari"
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