12 June 2006

Iraqi Resistance Report: 9-10 June

Translated and/or compiled by Muhammad Abu Nasr, member, editorial board, the Free Arab Voice
  • Resistance engages US occupation troops in fierce battle in ar-Ramadi Friday afternoon.
  • Four US troops killed in Resistance bomb attack on US column in western Baghdad’s al-‘Amiriyah district late Friday morning.
  • Six American civilians working for the occupation reported killed in Resistance rocket attack on “Green Zone” at dawn Friday.
  • Hundreds volunteer for al-Qa‘idah in Baghdad neighborhood following az-Zarqawi death.
  • Following US killing of az-Zarqawi, 15 newborns named Abu Mus‘ab in Baghdad hospital; one of them a Christian.
  • Iraqi resident of Habhab relates his eyewitness account of Abu Mus‘ab az-Zarqawi’s last moments of life.
  • Resistance Katyushas blast British-occupied Abu Naji base near al-‘Amiriyah Thursday night.
  • US launches offensive on ar-Ramadi. After a day of battle, US troops fall back from positions in northern ar-Ramadi but Resistance forces expect a long, hard night of fighting.
  • Resistance bomb reportedly leaves three US troops dead in Hit.
  • Resistance bomb in Baghdad suburb of ad-Durah reportedly kills US soldier.
  • Resistance bomb in ad-Dawr reportedly kills two US troops.
  • US soldier reported killed in Resistance bomb attack near al-Hawijah.Resistance barrage on British headquarters produces violent explosions in al-Basrah before dawn Saturday.
  • Pro-American Shi‘i sectarians fire mortars into Palestinian residential complex in Baghdad.
  • US soldier reported killed in “friendly fire” incident in ad-Dulu‘iyah Wednesday evening.
  • Resistance bomb reportedly kills four US troops in ad-Dawr.
  • American forces capture Iraqi schoolteacher as she allegedly attempts to plant bomb in the path of US troops in Balad Ruz.
  • Two US troops reported killed in Resistance bombing near al-Miqdadiyah Tuesday evening.
  • Three US troops killed in Resistance ambush in al-Hawijah.

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