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Iraqi Expat

Saturday, April 30, 2005

The low-life scumbags

Mohammed posted a powerful and moving message about the low-life terrorists and the low-life ignorant scumbags who support these terrorists and call them resistance. I am not going to repeat what he said, which you must read because I agree with every single word. These people are nothing but low-life morons with an anti-freedom anti-democracy sick ideology.

Make no mistake about it, we will never forget or forgive theses terrorists who deliberately spilled the blood of innocent Iraqis and brave Iraqi policemen. Nor will we forget or forgive their supporters.

A comment has been made there by Eddie in which he said: "...How many wedding parties have been slaughtered...", to which I decided to reply here and I hope he wasn't talking about Al Qaim incident!

This is a true story about my uncle's friend who lives in Germany, I will call him G. He went back to Iraq last year to visit his family in Baquba, part of the Sunni triangle. To go back to Germany he hired a taxi to take him to Amman. Here is the conversation that took place between them on the way to Amman:

Driver: "Where are you from?"
G: "from Baquba"
Driver: "Welcome! Welcome to the son of the honourable Baquba! You guys are brave! You guy are our brothers in fighting! You guys are the true Iraqis!" etc.
Driver: "I am you brother from Al Ramadi"

At that point, G was getting worried. He became afraid and didn't know what to say; he didn't know whether to curse the "resistance" or to praise it, so he kept quite and the driver kept talking, but he knew that this might be his last day. Fortunately for G, the driver didn't know that G was an exile who hold German citizenship!

So the driver felt relaxed and started talking about his involvement in the so called resistance. He said that they have helped many Iraqis and Arabs in their operations against the occupation and "collaborators". Usually, suicide operations are done by Arabs, whereas other operations are mainly done by Iraqis.

He talked about an incident, when they caught an Egyptian who used to spy for the Americans. They (taxi driver and terrorists) prosecuted the Egyptian guy and sentenced him to death; but the Egyptian bragged about his brother being part of their network. So they asked him who was his brother, and they found out that his brother was one of theirs.

So, after the told his brother about the death sentence, he said that he will have no reason to live and wished to be sent on a mission that he will not return from! And so they executed the Egyptian spy and sent his brother on a suicide mission.

Now all this time, G was shitting his pants! Not literally!

Anyway, the taxi driver went on to describe the rituals preformed before a mission. He said that when a suicide mission is carried out, the suicide bomber would go to heaven, have lunch with the Prophet, and at night he will be accompanied by 80 virgins!

The problem is that the taxi driver was serious and believed every word!!

So, the night before that mission, they would throw the suicide bomber a wedding party! And he asked G, if he remembers the wedding party in Al Qaim, and G said yes. The taxi driver said this was one of these weddings!

The funny part is when they reached the border and the taxi driver saw G's German passport! He was shocked and asked curiously "You are an exile? You have a German passport?", knowing that he missed the opportunity to make few thousand dollars by kidnapping him.

I heard so many stories like this one from exiles who visited Iraq, or those who came here for a visit, that just make you feel sick.

So Eddie, don't throw anything negative you read at us; remember we are Iraqis and we know more than you do about the reality of what is happening in Iraq. And yes I am an exile, and probably don't know as much as the guys at ITM or others who live there, but I still have friends and relatives in Iraq and I do have my sources.


Anonymous Muhannad said...

That is VERY interesting! Wedding parties for suicide bombers. So the bombing of that wedding in Al Qaim was a GOOD thing! Thanks Ahmad.

April 30, 2005 12:23 am  
Blogger Louise said...

(Heavy sigh.) Eddie, alas, will not read your post. You may have noticed his links to the work of a hardcore American socialist who is feeding leftist propaganda to little groupies like Eddie. These childish simpletons make me very sad and very disturbed.

April 30, 2005 12:34 am  
Blogger Brian H said...

First cogent and coherent explanation of those events and the circumstances I've seen. Thank-you x 10!

April 30, 2005 2:56 am  
Anonymous Annie said...

Ditto Louise!

April 30, 2005 3:47 am  
Blogger Kat said...

Wow. this kind of makes sense. When Christian men and women join the ranks of monks and nuns they are said to be "marrying the church".

I guess one must ask questions about where the actual bride is before assuming the party is for an earthly marriage.

April 30, 2005 5:15 am  
Blogger jedati said...


The Free Muslims March against terrorism has a list here of organizations and bloggers signed on to sponsor the march.

I thought the Iraqi bloggers would be happy to get the news out! Just follow the link above.

April 30, 2005 12:28 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Absolutely one of the most interesting posts I have ever read! Thank you soooo much.

May 01, 2005 11:01 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This isn't the first time I've read a story about a terrorist taxi driver in Iraq - who better to know the whereabouts and movements of just about everybody.


May 03, 2005 3:26 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! THIS is why I love Iraqi blogs. Talk about inside info. I wonder if our military knew this all along?

Thanks so much, Ahmad! GREAT post.


May 03, 2005 3:37 am  

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