09 May 2006

Iraqi Resistance Report: 5-7 May 2006

Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr, member, editorial board, the Free Arab Voice
  • Resistance bomb in village near al-Khalidiyah leaves US soldier reported dead.
  • US soldier reported killed in Resistance bombing west of ar-Ramadi.
  • Resistance sharpshooter kills US soldier near al-Hadithah.
  • Two US troops reported killed in Resistance bombing near Babil.
  • Series of Resistance bombs leaves three American troops reported dead in al-Mawsil.
  • Resistance martyrdom fighter blasts car bomb into US column in an-Najaf after nightfall Friday.
  • Resistance sharpshooter reportedly kills two US troops on patrol in al-Fallujah.
  • Resistance bomb in al-Fallujah leaves two US troops reported dead late Friday night.
  • Caught under curfew for second straight day, and prevented from leaving their homes, residents of Samarra’ face disaster with no food, water, or fuel.
  • Resistance bomb east of al-Hawijah leaves three US troops reported killed.
  • Resistance bomb wounds Polish occupation troops in ad-Diwaniyah.
  • Iraqi Resistance shoots down British helicopter in al-Basrah, reportedly killing four British troops.
  • Resistance car bomber blasts US column west of ar-Ramadi, reportedly killing four American troops plus unknown civilian who was accompanying the soldiers.
  • Resistance bomb reportedly kills three US troops in ar-Ramadi.
  • Women, religious scholars, physicians among the 103 bodies of Sunni Iraqis found tortured and murdered in the last 48 hours, as Shi‘i sectarian death squads sow death and terror in keeping with American plan to partition Iraq along sectarian and ethnic lines.
  • US soldier reported killed in Resistance bombing near ash-Sharaqat.
  • US soldier reported killed in Saturday evening bombing in al-Miqdadiyah.
  • Five British troops, six local Iraqis reported killed in Saturday fighting in al-Basrah, sparked when British forces prevented residents from going into their homes damaged by crashing British helicopter.
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