Tim Sumner

Withdraw from Iraq hell!

We should not draw down our troops from Iraq. Instead, we should build up our forces there and begin to conduct operations against the regime that has continually attacked the United States via is proxies, murdering both our civilians and soldiers, since 1979: Iran.

Our friends at Cox&Forkum point out that this administration — like every administration since Carter — continues to ignore our primary enemy in the War on Terror.

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Bombs Sights

From FOX News: U.S. General: Iranian Missile Used in Attack on U.S. Base in Iraq.

A fatal attack launched two days ago against the sprawling headquarters base of the American military in Iraq was carried out with a 240 mm rocket — a type of weapon provided to Shiite extremists by Iran, a U.S. general said Thursday. One person was killed and 11 were wounded during the “indirect fire” attack Tuesday against Camp Victory, which includes the headquarters of Multinational Forces-Iraq…

Maj. Gen. Kevin Bergner said the rocket was launched from a populated area in the Rasheed district of west Baghdad, which he said was infiltrated by the Mahdi Army militia of anti-U.S. cleric Muqtada al-Sadr.

Bergner said Shiite groups “have received” such weapons “from Iranian sources in the past” and “used them against coalition forces.” A 240 mm rocket was fired against a U.S. base south of the capital in mid-August.

“The Iranian… rocket is the only 240-milimeter rocket found or fired in Iraq to date, and Jaish al-Mahdi is the only group known to fire that rocket,” Bergner said, referring to the Mahdi Army by its Arabic name.

Click on the image above to see the overwhelming evidence of Iran’s continuing attacks upon our nation and troops.

Anbar Province government dedicates success vs. Al Qaeda to 9/11 victims

Bumped to the top 1:15 PM — Anbar Awakening sheik assassinated (scan past the first article)

Because we were travelling to 9/11 related events, we missed this New York Daily News report until Debra Burlingame sent me the link:


Monday, September 10th 2007, 5:28 PM

RAMADI, Iraq – When members of the government of Anbar Province met with President Bush last week, they presented him with a letter dedicating their success in wiping out Al Qaeda here to the victims of Sept. 11 The letter, which was obtained by the Daily News, was signed by Anbar Governor Mamoun Sami Rashid, Provincial Council Chairman Abdul-Salam Abdullah, and Sheik Sattar abu Risha, the sheik credited with beginning the Anbar Awakening.

“In the month when the terrorists attacked the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, we dedicate the victory of Anbar Province to the families of the victims who suffred that criminal act,” the letter said, which was addressed directly to Bush.

Bill Roggio at The Long War Journal writes, “Sheikh Abdul Sattar Abu Risha, the founder of the Anbar Awakening movement, was murdered in a car bomb attack outside of his home in Ramadi. The Associated Press provides the details of the assassination,” and relays a protion of their report:

Abu Risha and two of his bodyguards were killed by a roadside bomb planted near the tribal leader’s home in Ramadi, Anbar’s provincial capital, said Col. Tareq Youssef, supervisor of Anbar police…
“It is a major blow to the council, but we are determined to strike back and continue our work,” said Sheik Jubeir Rashid, a senior member of Abu Risha’s group. “Such an attack was expected, but it will not deter us.” He said the bombing took place at 3:30 p.m. as Abu Risha was returning home.

A Ramadi police officer said Abu Risha had received a group of poor people at his home earlier in the day, as a gesture of charity marking the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. The officer, speaking on condition of anonymity out of security concerns, said authorities believed the bomb was planted by one of the visitors.

Interior Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Abdul-Karim Khalaf said that after the first blast that killed Abu Risha, a car bomb exploded nearby. “The car bomb had been rigged just in case the roadside bomb missed his convoy,” Khalaf said. There were no casualties from the car bomb, he added.