(Reuters) - An Iraqi Islamist group linked to al Qaeda claimed responsibility for attacks in western Iraq on March 5 that killed dozens of policemen, a statement posted on Islamist websites said late on Thursday.
Gunmen disguised as police raided checkpoints and homes in and around the western Iraqi city of Haditha, killing at least 27 members of the security forces.
Anbar was once the country's most violent province and the attacks raise concern that Iraq's branch of al Qaeda may be regaining a foothold there after the withdrawal of U.S. troops last December.from Islamists claim Iraq attack that killed at least 27
This just goes to show what this "war" is: British/Satanic terrorism divided into two "sides," attacking civilization and civilians in the guise of attacking each other. When I call it a mad-dog fight, I'm trying to paint a picture of rabid dogs, some wearing American flags and some wearing "Islamic" garb, running around attacking everyone but each other. The goal is to destroy civilization and create hell on Earth. (The vast majority of American soldiers are victims of this process, not participants.)