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American terrorist army in Iraq

An American imperial army led by the criminal W. Bush passed the third year of its invasion of Iraq by more massacres of civilians from babies to old men in the usual fashion. I am not shocked by the intensity of these war crimes now witnessed even by American major newspapers. Now the only thing is how many people understand them in the U.S.
“According to the Iraqi police, American soldiers recently executed 11 people in Abu Sifa, a village about 60 miles north of Baghdad. Among the victims: A 75-year-old woman and a 6-month-old child. The villagers were herded into a single room, where they were all slaughtered without mercy. The Americans then burned three vehicles, went after the villagers' animals, and blew up the house: all of this is detailed in the Iraqi police report, a copy of which was obtained by Knight-Ridder News Agency and reproduced on their Web site.”
“An isolated incident? That's how the Pentagon spins cases like this, but the growing list of American atrocities tells a different story. On the day the horror of Abu Sifa was revealed, Time published an account of a similar operation carried out in the western town of Haditha, in which 23 Iraqi civilians were murdered by U.S. troops, "including seven women and three children still in their nightclothes," according to the London Independent.”

With the reign of terror such as these and another one just took place hours ago against Iraqis of Shiites in Sadir City in which American’s and the Iraqi mercenaries killed 20 innocent people reported by Iraqi media without provocation, could not make the criminal invaders to win the war of resistance by Iraqi resistance fighters.
America doesn’t want to listen the call of withdrawal which has been heard since the invasion and intensified by day. Iraqis showed tremendous ability to resist the superior army in arms through sheer will and the right cause. Every massacre American’s are making only makes free Iraq’s possibility an inch closer.

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