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1 mars 2008 6 01 /03 /mars /2008 19:36



Iraqi Casualties - February 2008

I logged 753 Iraq Civilian and ISF Casualties for February.

First the good news...Baghdad Bodies Found dropped to less than 100 for the first time at 96 for the month, compared to 115 last month. We have to assume that this is "Normal Crime" at this point considering the size of Baghdad.

Nationwide..gun related death rose from 8.8 a day in January to 9.8 a day in February. Again...this is well within what a fair portion of the worlds Governments would consider "Normal Crime".

Now for the bad news...Badly decomposed bodies...which disappeared in their entirety in January rose to 98 in February...as the period of death is unknown..we don't know if this is a result of "Better Security" or "Worse Security".

None suicide explosive related deaths dropped from a total of 4.4/day in January to 4.2 a day in February.

Unfortuantely, Suicide bombings rose from an average number killed of 3.8 a day in January to 7.8 a day in February. Suicide Bombing has become the primary killing method.

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1 mars 2008 6 01 /03 /mars /2008 18:07
Saturday, 01 March 2008


Press Release A080301a
March 1, 2008

Coalition forces capture Special Groups facilitator, detain three other suspects

BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition forces captured an alleged Special Groups facilitator and detained three other suspected criminals early today in Baghdad.
The targeted individual was reportedly an Iranian-trained sniper instructor involved in attacks on Iraqi and Coalition forces. He reportedly coordinated and facilitated Special Groups militia training in Iran on the use of explosively formed penetrators. Reports indicate he was an associate of several Special Groups criminal leaders involved in attacks on Iraqi and Coalition forces.

Intelligence led ground forces to the target area, where they captured the wanted individual and the three other suspected criminals without incident. During the operation, Coalition forces also discovered two assault rifles.

“Iraqi and Coalition forces will continue to target militia groups and criminals who commit hostile acts, dishonoring al-Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr’s ceasefire pledge  and undermining security and stability in Iraq,” said Cmdr. Scott Rye, MNF-I spokesman.


Weapons and foreign terrorist facilitation networks targeted; six killed, 13 detained Print E-mail
Saturday, 01 March 2008

Press Release A080301b
March 1, 2008

Weapons and foreign terrorist facilitation networks targeted; six killed, 13 detained

BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition forces killed six terrorists and detained 13 suspects Friday and today during operations to disrupt al-Qaeda networks in central and northern Iraq.

During a series of operations Friday, Coalition forces targeted alleged associates of the Samarra al-Qaeda in Iraq network’s senior leader. Intelligence led Coalition forces east of the city to a location where the associates were believed to be operating. Coalition forces observed several vehicles containing suspects departing the target area. The assault force attempted to stop the vehicles, but they refused to comply with instructions. The assault force followed escalation of force procedures, eventually firing on the vehicles to stop them. Six terrorists were killed and four vehicles were destroyed as a result of the engagement. Coalition forces also detained one suspect on site and recovered several weapons. 

North of Tarmiyah today, Coalition forces captured an alleged weapons dealer reportedly associated with the northern belt al-Qaeda in Iraq network senior leader. The network is responsible for the majority of improvised explosive device attacks in the area, and is involved in extortion, intimidation, weapons trafficking and the facilitation of foreign terrorists. The wanted individual identified himself to the ground force and was detained along with three suspected terrorists.

During separate operations west of Samarra and in Sharqat, three suspected terrorists were detained today while Coalition forces targeted associates involved in the facilitation of finances and weapons for the al-Qaeda in Iraq networks in Samarra and Mosul.

In northern Iraq, Coalition forces detained three suspected terrorists during two precision operations. In southeast Mosul Friday, Coalition forces detained two suspected terrorists while targeting a weapons facilitator for the al-Qaeda in Iraq networks throughout the city. Another suspect was detained west of Shammar Jarbah today, during operations targeting an associate of a senior level foreign terrorist facilitator. 

Coalition forces conducted an operation Thursday and Friday east of Tikrit, near the Hamrin Mountains, targeting associates involved in an alleged al-Qaeda in Iraq training facility and media network. The ground force detained two suspected terrorists, and found a weapons cache and various terrorist propaganda materials hidden behind a wall in one of the target buildings. The cache included several machine guns, a rocket propelled grenade launcher, blasting caps, improvised explosive device materials and ammunition. While they were clearing the area, Coalition forces also found and destroyed an IED to eliminate the threat to Iraqi civilians and military forces operating in the area.

“Iraqi and Coalition forces are keeping the pressure on al-Qaeda in Iraq,” said Maj. Winfield Danielson, MNF-I spokesman. “We’re finding the places they hide, and disrupting their supply of weapons and foreign terrorists. Al-Qaeda will find no safe haven in Iraq.”


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29 février 2008 5 29 /02 /février /2008 18:14
Turkish troops withdraw from northern Iraq
Baghdad - Voices of Iraq


Friday , 29 /02 /2008  Time 8:15:40


Baghdad, Feb 29, (VOI)- Turkish troops withdrew from the northern territories in Iraq's Kurdistan region on early Friday, the official spokesman for the Iraqi government said.

"There is an organized withdrawal of the Turkish troops which puts an end to the Turkish military operations in northern Iraq," Ali al-Dabagh told Aswat al-Iraq – Voices of Iraq (VOI).
"The Iraqi government welcomes the Turkish withdrawal," the spokesman added, highlighting the government's understanding to the Turkish interests and its desire to fight terrorism.
He voiced hope over the continuation of negotiations between Ankara and Baghdad.
The Turkish envoy declined on Wednesday to give Baghdad a timetable for the withdrawal of troops fighting Turkish guerrillas in northern Iraq.
Thousands of Turkish troops crossed the border on Thursday to root out the Kurdistan Workers Party PKK fighters. The PKK has ensconced in remote mountainous northern Iraq as a base for their fight since the 1990s for self-rule in the mainly Kurdish southeast of Turkey.
The United States and the European Union have expressed concern over the incursion.


urquie/Irak : la Turquie menace de mener de nouvelles incursions dans le Kurdistan irakien


(P76/Zuma Press/Photo News)

Selon un communiqué de l'état-major turc rendu public ce vendredi, l'offensive visant les rebelles du Parti des travailleurs du Kurdistan (PKK) dans le nord de l’Irak a atteint ses objectifs. « Les activités des terroristes dans le nord de l'Irak seront suivies de près et aucune menace depuis ce territoire contre la Turquie ne sera tolérée », a prévenu l’armée turque qui a d’ores et déjà menacé d'y retourner le cas échéant. Au moins 300 combattants kurdes ont été tués lors de cette incursion, notamment dans la région irakienne de Zap où ils s’y étaient retranchés. Vingt-sept membres des forces de sécurité turques ont également péri dans l’opération, indique le communiqué. L’état major turc a également expliqué que la décision de retrait était indépendante d'une quelconque influence étrangère. « Le déclenchement et la fin de l'opération ont été entièrement déterminés par nous. Il n'est pas question d'une influence intérieure ou étrangère dans la décision des forces armées », souligne le texte.

Par ailleurs, l'armée turque a reconnu que l’incursion menée avec au moins 10 000 soldats « ne va pas mettre l'organisation terroriste entièrement hors d'état de nuire ». Elle a cependant démontré que « la zone n'était plus un sanctuaire pour les terroristes » du PKK. D’après l’armée turque, quelque 272 cibles ont été pilonnées par l’aviation et 517 autres ont été attaquées par des éléments terrestres.

Jeudi, Washington avait invité Ankara à mettre un terme rapide à cette opération.


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29 février 2008 5 29 /02 /février /2008 10:22
Falluja Awakening Council infiltrated by al-Qaeda

Ce complément d'information est à mettre en lien avec l'accusation faite à l'Iran de chercher à "saboter" les conseils du Réveil (citoyen) dans leur lutte acharnée contre Al Qaeda... :

Chahwani, renseignements irakiens : L'Iran "sabote" la lutte contre Al-Qaïda en Irak ("Forces du réveil" ou "Fils de l'Irak")

Anbar - Voices of Iraq


Friday , 29 /02 /2008  Time 11:43:58


Falluja, Feb 28, (VOI)- The Falluja Awakening Council fighters are being infiltrated by al-Qaeda elements, the chief of local police said on Wednesday.

“The Awakening Council fighters in the city of Falluja are being infiltrated by al-Qaeda elements, mainly in the city’s districts,” Brigadier Faisal al-Zawbaie told Aswat al-Iraq – Voices of Iraq (VOI).
“Police forces and the Awakening Council fighters came under several armed attacks during the past two months because of the security infiltrations inside the council’s fighters,” he explained.
He called on the Awakening Councils to coordinate with Iraqi security forces, mainly in providing them with accurate information on their new fighters.
The Awakening Councils are anti-Qaeda fighters working in coordination with the Multi-National Force-Iraq (MNF-I) and the Iraqi government.
Falluja, Anbar province, is 45 km west of Baghdad.

10 al-Qaeda gunmen killed in Baghdad
Baghdad - Voices of Iraq


Friday , 29 /02 /2008  Time 11:43:58

Baghdad, Feb 28, (VOI)- A police force killed a senior al-Qaeda leader along with nine of his aides in northern Baghdad, interior ministry said on Thursday.
“Police forces killed Abu Talha al-Maghrabi, senior al-Qaeda leader, in al-Tharthar region in northern Baghdad during a track down operation,” General Abdul Karim Khalaf, director of the national command centre, told Aswat al-Iraq – Voices of Iraq (VOI).
“They killed also nine of his aides, including five Arabs and four Iraqis,” he added.
“The attack caused no casualties among the forces,” the general said.



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29 février 2008 5 29 /02 /février /2008 09:38




Jolie sees benefit in US surge in Iraq

Brad Pitt, right, and Angelina Jolie arrive at the 2008 Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, Calif. on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)
AP Photo: Brad Pitt, right, and Angelina Jolie arrive at the 2008 Independent Spirit Awards in Santa

By LINDSAY HOLMWOOD, Associated Press Writer
Thu Feb 28, 8:59 PM ET

NEW YORK - Actress and humanitarian activist Angelina Jolie said Thursday that the reinforcement of U.S. troops in Iraq has created an opportunity for humanitarian programs to boost assistance for Iraqi refugees.

In an op-ed piece published by the Washington Post, titled "A Reason to Stay in Iraq," Jolie details the plight of refugees and says their conditions have not improved since she visited the country last August to urge governments to provide more support.

Jolie, who has been a U.N. goodwill ambassador since 2001, was in Baghdad earlier this month to again highlight the refugee problem. She talked with Gen. David Petraeus, the American military commander in Iraq, and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, the U.S. Embassy said.

Petraeus "told me he would support new efforts to address the humanitarian crisis" as much as possible, "which leaves me hopeful that more progress can be made," the actress wrote.

She said she stressed to Iraqi officials there must be a coherent plan for helping some 2 million Iraqis who are taking advantage of the downturn in violence to begin trickling back to abandoned homes from havens elsewhere in the country. A similar number fled Iraq to escape the bloodshed.

"It will be quite a while before Iraq is ready to absorb more than 4 million refugees and displaced people," Jolie wrote. "But it is not too early to start working on solutions."

The actress, who works on behalf of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, urged America's presidential candidates and congressional leaders to step up financing for aid to displaced Iraqis. UNHCR has asked for $261 million this year — "less than the U.S. spends each day to fight the war in Iraq," she wrote.

Addressing the question of whether the "troop surge" has worked, Jolie said that "I can only state what I witnessed."

"When I asked the troops if they wanted to go home as soon as possible, they said that they miss home but feel invested in Iraq," she wrote. "They have lost many fr
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27 février 2008 3 27 /02 /février /2008 19:04

Turkish envoy in Baghdad for talks on incursion

A Turkish soldier secures the area while patrolling a road overlooking the mountains in the southeastern Turkish province of Sirnak, bordering Iraq, February 27, 2008 (REUTERS)
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses MPs from his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) during a meeting at the Turkish parliament in Ankara, February 26, 2008 (REUTERS)
Students hold Kurdish flags as they protest the Turkish military incursion in Kirkuk, Iraq, Feb. 26, 2008 (AP)
BAGHDAD, (Reuters) - A senior Turkish envoy began talks with Iraqi officials in Baghdad on Wednesday as the United States called for a quick end to Turkey's week-long incursion into northern Iraq to fight Kurdish guerrillas.

Acting Iraqi Prime Minister Barham Saleh said a prolonged offensive would lead to "dire" consequences for the region.

Saleh said Turkish envoy Ahmet Davutoglu would be told the operation had "not been conducive to Iraq-Turkey relations" and that the Iraqi government wanted it to stop. "The consequences are dire. This is a very dangerous, precarious situation," Saleh told Reuters on the sidelines of a conference in Baghdad when asked what would happen if the offensive was not halted soon.

Thousands of Turkish troops crossed the border last Thursday to root out PKK fighters who have used mountainous northern Iraq as a base for their fight for self-rule in the mainly Kurdish southeast of Turkey since the 1990s.

Davutoglu, chief foreign policy adviser to Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, was due to meet Iraqi President Jalal Talabani and Foreign Minister Hoshiyar Zebari, both Kurds, said Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh.

Dabbagh said the visit would last one day. Davutoglu had already met some Iraqi officials, he added.

Iraq on Tuesday condemned the incursion as a violation of its sovereignty and, in its strongest comments so far, called for the immediate withdrawal of Turkish troops.

Ankara says it is engaged in a legitimate fight against what it and Washington describe as a terrorist organisation. Turkey has given no firm indication how long the operation will last.

U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who is due to meet Turkish officials in Ankara on Thursday, said Turkey must limit its operations to days or a couple of weeks rather than months. "It's very important that the Turks make this operation as short as possible and then leave, and to be mindful of Iraqi sovereignty," Gates told reporters in New Delhi before leaving for a previously scheduled trip to Ankara. "I measure quick in terms of days, a week or two, something like that. Not months," he said.

Turkish troops, backed by warplanes, attack helicopters and artillery, have been fighting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) rebels in Iraq's mountainous north.

The Turkish general staff released photographs on Wednesday of its troops in northern Iraq, sitting and traipsing through snow as well as reconnoitring the terrain.

Ankara blames the PKK for the deaths of nearly 40,000 people since it began its armed struggle for self-rule in mainly Kurdish southeast Turkey in 1984.

Turkey says it was forced to launch the attack after Iraqi and U.S. authorities failed to stop an estimated 3,000 PKK members from using northern Iraq as a base to stage deadly cross-border attacks against Turkish military and civilians.

Gates said Turkey should not rely on military action alone in dealing with the PKK. "There certainly is a place for security operations but these also need to be accompanied by economic and political initiatives and to deal with some of the issues that provide a favourable local environment where the PKK can operate," he said.

The Turkish General Staff has said 19 of its soldiers have been killed during the incursion, with at least 153 PKK fighters killed, and that advances have been slowed by heavy snow in the remote, mountainous region of Iraq's Kurdistan. PKK claims that 81 Turkish troops have been killed could not be verified.

A senior military official in the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq has put the number of Turkish troops in northern Iraq at about 2,000. Turkish sources have put the number as high as 10,000.

Turkish security sources say hundreds of Turkish special forces, backed by regular troops, are leading the fight against PKK bases and that troops had advanced as far as 30 km (20 miles) into Iraq.

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27 février 2008 3 27 /02 /février /2008 18:45

BAGDAD - Les services secrets iraniens "sabotent" le travail des groupes qui luttent contre les opérations de la branche irakienne d'Al-Qaïda, a affirmé mercredi le chef du renseignement irakien.


"Nous disposons d'informations confirmant que les services secrets iraniens ont dépêché des agents pour saboter l'expérience Sahwa", déclare Mohammed Abdallah Chahwani dans un communiqué, en référence aux "forces du réveil".


Les "forces du réveil", ou encore les "fils de l'Irak", sont des groupes mobilisés depuis septembre 2006 avec le soutien financier américain pour lutter contre Al-Qaïda.


Au nombre de 130 groupes, ils regroupent 80.000 combattants, en grande majorité des sunnites, selon les estimations américaines.

Cette déclaration du chef du renseignement irakien précède de quelques jours la venue en Irak du président iranien Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, le 2 mars, à l'occasion d'une visite officielle de deux jours sans précédent pour un chef d'Etat iranien dans l'histoire contemporaine de ces deux pays voisins.

February 27, 2008

Coalition forces disrupt Special Groups criminal network, detain one suspect

BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition forces detained a suspected Special Groups member during operations to disrupt criminal element networks early Wednesday in Baghdad.
Coalition forces were targeting Iranian-backed Special Groups criminal networks involved in attacks on Iraqi and Coalition forces.

Intelligence led ground forces to the target area where they detained one suspected criminal without incident. The suspect's identity is still being determined.

"Special Groups that refuse to honor al-Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr's cease-fire pledge are a threat to public safety that cannot be tolerated," said Cmdr. Scott Rye, MNF-I spokesman. "Iraqi and Coalition forces will continue to target these rogue elements, disrupt their networks and bring them to justice."

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26 février 2008 2 26 /02 /février /2008 23:34

Multi-National Corps – Iraq
Public Affairs Office, Camp Victory
APO AE 09342

RELEASE No. 20080226-01
February 26, 2008

MND-B Soldiers capture special groups leader
Multi-National Division – Baghdad

BAGHDAD – Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers captured a suspected Special Groups commander during an operation in Baghdad’s Sha’ab neighborhood Feb. 24.
The suspect is accused of being involved in multiple improvised explosive device attacks.
Paratroopers with 2nd Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, detained the suspect after receiving actionable intelligence on his activities. Several other suspected criminal members were captured with him.
The detainees were captured with components of explosively formed projectiles. The components were allegedly imported from neighboring countries. 
“This suspected criminal is allegedly responsible for multiple IED attacks against Iraqi Security Forces and Coalition Forces,” said Lt. Col. David Oclander, executive officer for 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division. “He is suspected to be associated with the foreign-influenced Special Groups networks that continue to blatantly disobey the cease fire directives from al-Sayyid Maqtada Al-Sadr that have been in place since Aug. 29, 2007. 
“Recent tips from locals show they want these criminals off their streets, and the support of the people continues to move toward the legitimate government of Iraq” Oclander said.

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25 février 2008 1 25 /02 /février /2008 21:23
Dépêche en provenance de l'ESISC :

offensive-turque.jpgBagdad a appelé dimanche Ankara à l’arrêt immédiat de l’offensive terrestre entamée jeudi par l’armée turque au nord de l’Irak, et qui continue encore ce lundi, estimant que cette incursion constituait «une menace pour la souveraineté de l'Irak» et pour «la stabilité de la région». Bagdad a également exhorté la Turquie à ouvrir un dialogue avec les autorités irakiennes, considérant que la menace représentée par le Parti des travailleurs du Kurdistan (PKK) ne devait pas être traitée militairement. Pour sa part, le Premier ministre turc Recep Tayyip Erdogan a assuré dimanche que le seul objectif de l'opération était d’écraser la rébellion  kurde. Par ailleurs, le secrétaire américain à la défense, Robert Gates a appelé Ankara à avoir recours à des réponses autres que militaires pour résoudre le problème kurde.

Sur le terrain, les combats entre l’armée turque et les combattants du PKK auraient fait une centaine de morts parmi les rebelles et quinze morts parmi les militaires, selon un bilan rendu public par l'état-major turc. Samedi, le PKK avait annoncé avoir abattu un hélicoptère militaire près de la ville irakienne d'Ahmadiyah. En réaction à cette offensive de grande envergure, le chef militaire du PKK, Bahoz Erdal, a appelé le Komalen Ciwan (organisation de jeunesse), un groupe armé lié à la rébellion, à mener des attaques terroristes dans les grandes métropoles turques en représailles à l'offensive. Il a également accusé Washington de soutenir l’armée turque, en fournissant à Ankara des renseignements en temps réel sur les mouvements des rebelles dans le Kurdistan irakien. Le Komalen Ciwan, a de pour sa part appelé ses combattants à mener des opérations terroristes en Europe et dans d'autres pays où vivent d'importantes minorités kurdes.


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25 février 2008 1 25 /02 /février /2008 15:34
Nouvelle preuve que l'engagement de l'Iran et son soutien indéfectible aux groupes de déstabilisation de l'Irak sont très loin d'avoir baissé d'intensité : un réseau de financement, d'entraînement et de transit d'armes et son principal meneur, affiliés à l'Iran, chargé d'approvisionner les milices (shi'ites) et bandes criminelles des provinces du Sud de l'Irak, Najaf, Kerbala, Babil Wasit et Qadiysiah, ont été arrêtés et neutralisés dimanche près de Suwayrah, dans le sud de Bagdad.

Celui qui dirigeait cette cellule était considéré comme un spécialiste des mortiers et lance-roquettes, ayant suivi une formation poussée en Iran. Les premiers renseignements obtenus démontrent qu'il était relié au plus haut niveau avec le commandement des "Groupes spéciaux" (équivalent des forces spéciales) impliqués dans les attaques contre l'Armée irakienne et les forces de la coalition. Au cours de cette opération, les soldats ont également découvert des sommes importantes de monnaie américaine (US dollars).

Coalition forces capture Iranian-backed Special Groups facilitator, detain seven suspects (Suwayrah)

Sunday, 24 February 2008

Press Release A080225a
February 25, 2008

Coalition forces capture Iranian-backed Special Groups facilitator, detain seven suspects

BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition forces captured a suspected Iranian-backed Special Groups finance facilitator and detained six other suspected criminals early Sunday in the Suwayrah area, south of Baghdad.
The targeted individual was reportedly a finance leader for Iranian-affiliated Special Groups criminals and militias in Iraq’s southern provinces to include Najaf, Karbala, Babil, Wasit and Qadisiyah. He was also allegedly a mortar and rocket specialist who had trained in Iran. Reports indicate he was an associate of several other senior-level Special Groups criminal element leaders involved in attacks on Iraqi Security Forces and Coalition forces.

Intelligence led ground forces to the target area where they captured the wanted individual and the six other suspected criminals without incident. During the operation, Coalition forces also discovered large amounts of American currency.

“There has been substantial progress in the fight for a stable Iraq, but there is still much work to be done,” said Navy Capt. Vic Beck, MNF-I spokesman.  “We welcome al-Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr’s extended cease fire pledge, and we will work with those who honor it to ensure security in their neighborhoods.”

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Puisque nous nous sommes aujourd'hui habillés de bleu, il conviendrait de rentrer plus a fond dans l'explication du mot lessakel.

En fait Lessakel n'est que la façon française de dire le mot léhasskil.

L'hébreu est une langue qui fonctionne en déclinant des racines.

Racines, bilitères, trilitères et quadrilitères.

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Celle qui nous est demandée chaque jour.

La racine de l'intelligence est sé'hel שכל qui signifie l'intelligence pure.

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