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Death of a professor

There is now a systematic campaign to assassinate Iraqis who speak out against the occupation

Haifa Zangana
Tuesday February 28, 2006
The Guardian


In a letter to a friend in Europe, Abdul Razaq al-Na'as, a Baghdad university professor in his 50s, grieved for his killed friends and colleagues. His letter concluded: "I wonder who is next!" He was. On January 28 al-Na'as drove from his office at Baghdad University. Two cars blocked his, and gunmen opened fire, killing him instantly.
Are you still here OsMan? I would have thought you to have moved on by now.
It is not assassination when a nation is invaded and the locals resist,it's a combat death. It isn't our fault that Muslims chose to fight out of uniform.

I personally don't believe this story,but I wish it were true and had been true since May ,2003,we wouldn't be having this insurgency if we had clamped down hard then like we did the Hun and the Nipponese in 1945.

Lots of death and destrution,this is how wars are won. Every Iraqi that looked crosseyed at Americans should have been shot and any American who supported the war but not this level of brutality owes an explanation to the dead American's loved ones dead since May 2003 WHY NOT!
Quote:Lots of death and doesnt,this is how wars are won.

I've been thinking the same thing, and I hope the Pentagon has been taking notes. Surgical strikes and planning to minimize all casualties doesn't work. Shooting their machines reduces their capacity but doesn't bring the end closer. The only way to defeat an enemy is to get them bloody. So bloody they don't want to fight anymore.
Sparhawk Wrote:
Quote:Lots of death and doesnt,this is how wars are won.

I've been thinking the same thing, and I hope the Pentagon has been taking notes. Surgical strikes and planning to minimize all casualties doesn't work. Shooting their machines reduces their capacity but doesn't bring the end closer. The only way to defeat an enemy is to get them bloody. So bloody they don't want to fight anymore.
It is not Pentagon's prob.
Too late to da any of that. The Iraq are taking control. It will be up to them to take action. I suspect there will be a point where it all comes to an end. More and more Iraqi are calling in tips on Thugs and Criminals (I don't consider them terrorist any more than Los Mano De Negro was in New Orleans where the same thing happend in the 20's and thirities. They controlled by terrorism {The Mob}
The next steps are Iraq's not ours.