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The Mujahideen Shura Council Claims Responsibility for Bombings Targeting “Crusader” and Iraqi Patrols and Vehicles and Assassinations of Badr Members and a Spy in Baghdad, al-Fallujah, al-Mosul, Baquba, and Diyali
By SITE Institute
January 25, 2006

The Mujahideen Shura Council issued nearly two dozen communiqués today, January 25, 2006, claiming responsibility for operations targeting ?Crusaders? and Iraqis in Baghdad, al-Fallujah, al-Mosul, Baquba, and Diyali, of which in nine, they claim responsibility for a suicide bombing targeting a combined checkpoint of ?Crusaders? and National Guards in Baghdad, assassinations of al-Ghadr ?Badr? Brigade members, and detonations of car bombs and improvised explosive devices (IED?s) on such targets:

  1. Destroying Two Crusader Humvees, Killing Who Were in Them
  2. A Suicidal Operation on a Checkpoint of the Infidels and the Converters
  3. Detonating a Car Bomb on a Crusaders? Convoy
  4. Destroying a Crusaders? Humvee, Killing Who Were in It
  5. Assassinating a Leader in Badr Brigade on Palestine Street
  6. Detonating an Explosive Package on a Crusaders? Foot Patrol
  7. Assassinating Three Elements of al-Ghadr Brigade in the Area of al-Dawra
  8. Eliminating a Crusader Spy
  9. Killing Five of the National Guards in the Area of al-Tarmiya

The Mujahideen Shura Council, according to their statement of establishment, is composed of six insurgency groups in Iraq: al-Qaeda in Iraq, Victorious Army Group, Ansar al-Tawhid Brigades, Islamic Jihad Brigades, the Strangers Brigades, and the Horrors Brigades, collaborating to meet the ?unbelievers gathering with different sides? and defend Islam.

A translation of the nine messages is provided to our Intel Service members.


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