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US Troops Kill Scores Of Insurgent Scum, & Find More Iranian Made Weapons

Posted by Casey on June 18, 2007

Now that the new offensive has started, you will see an increase in violence as we engage the enemy.

The US military has been having great success the past couple of weeks in killing, and capturing insurgents. The MSM has been reporting every casualty we take while ignoring the scores more of the enemy killed. Glad to see that the MSM is consistent in its biased coverage.

Anyway, more Iranian weapons were found in Iraq as a result of the new offensive just launched.

American Forces Press Service:

Coalition forces killed 21 insurgents, detained 31 and wounded six others in Iraq over the past three days, military officials said. Meanwhile, troops there discovered six Iranian-made rockets.

Coalition forces killed at least 20 terrorists, wounded six others and detained a suspect during operations this morning targeting secret cells operating in the Maysan province of eastern Iraq.

The detained individual is an alleged member of the secret cell terrorist network known for transporting weapons and explosively formed penetrators — a particularly deadly, armor-piercing form of roadside bombs — from Iran to Iraq, military officials said. The group also is responsible for bringing militants from Iraq to Iran for terrorist training.

Did you get that last part? Yet another piece of evidence that Iran is both arming, and training Iraqi insurgents.

In a raid in Baghdad and Haditha yesterday, coalition forces detained six suspected terrorists whose network supports Syria-based extremists and provides suicide bombers, vehicles and explosives for the cell.

That’s right … Syria-based extremists. You can also add that bit of intel to the pile on Syria and Iran being involved in Iraq’s continued violence.

Just so you fully understand the type of people who we are fighting over there … the six Iranian rockets were found in a school yard. The same place that coalition forces had been receiving fire from earlier in the day.

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