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1000+ killed: October Iraq’s deadliest month since 2008

01.11.2013 13:53

Iraq has just experienced its deadliest month in five years with over 1,000 killed amid spiraling violence, a topic that will rank high in talks between Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and President Barack Obama in Washington on Friday.

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Ron Darcy 10.11.2013 05:51

Happy Veterans Day! God Bless America and God bless our veterans! Thank you for your sacrifices especially our wounded warriors! Special day Monday, as it is also Poland's Independence Day! Long live Freedom!

 

Commander 02.11.2013 00:08

The "noble" and "selfless" plan of the United States for the democratization of Iraq is not going to well.

 

Nalliah Thayabharan 01.11.2013 23:45

There are many behind these killings - Governments including Saudi, Israel, Qatar, Turky, US, UK, France and also Salafis, Wahhabis, Takfiris, Bathist, CIA, Mossad, MI6, DGSE and list is long. They not only kill Iraqis but also Syrians, Bahrani, Yemeni, Pakistani, and several others every day.

 

Nalliah Thayabharan 01.11.2013 23:32

Medinian legalism is followed lock-step by Islamo-fascists like Saudi Arabian Wahhabis & Al-Qaeda. They have used Medinian legalism to produce the most cruel and dismal way of life imaginable. This path of misery is what they wish to impose on others by force.
Saudi Wahhabi sheikhs recently posted several messages asking jihadist Al-Qaeda fighters in Iraq should adopt a "heavy-handed&q uot; approach and kill any "Rawafid" including children and women. "Rawafid" - a term used by Wahhabi Salafists to refer to Shiites.

 

Nalliah Thayabharan 01.11.2013 23:14

Warlord Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allāh roused a disorganized group of nomadic tribes into a ruthless, fearless army. During his lifetime, Warlord Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allāh conquered the Arabia and his followers eventually extended those conquests from Spain to India. By all rights, Warlord Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allāh should take his place in history among of Alexander the Great, Genghis Kahn, and Tamerlane the Great as early history's great military leaders. But when you compare him to great spiritual leaders like Confucius, Laozi or Gautama Buddha, well, Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allāh looks like a ruthless tyrant.

 

Nalliah Thayabharan 01.11.2013 23:09

Islamo-fascism is violently anti-democratic even when Muslim voters elected their leaders. Iraq is the first Arab tribal country to attempt to become a democracy.
It is not possible for a nation dominated by the Medinian jihadist brand of Islam to become democracy. The Palestinian Arabs are attempting to be a democracy, but are dissolving into civil war between two factions of jihadist Islam.
For democracy to succeed in Muslim countries, the Meccan brand of Islam must prevail.
Jihadist insurgencies by diehard Islamo-fascists against the democratic government of Iraq are likely to persist for a long time.

 

Stephen Hanger 01.11.2013 16:30

For Christ Sake; Can't anyone see that the CIA is behind these attacks in Iraq. how else can the US get invited back into Iraq?

 

Levett Prins 01.11.2013 15:54

US can't maintain the same public safety and order as Saddam Hussein ... US is probably the biggest joke of the millennium. It's time to be held accountable for the murders you have committed!

 

Guantanamo Chronicle 01.11.2013 15:51

Tony Bliar must be really proud of his work!

 

Kyle Keeton 01.11.2013 15:22

Good thing the war is over... :(

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