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The Mujahideen Shura Council Claims Responsibility for Attacks Targeting “Crusader” and American Forces in Baghdad, al-Mosul, and Baquba
By SITE Institute
February 10, 2006

The Mujahideen Shura Council issued seven communiqués amongst several more today, February 10, 2006, claiming responsibility for attacks upon ?Crusader? and Iraqi forces in Baghdad, al-Mosul, and Baquba, including bombings, assassinations, and armed confrontations:

  1. The first communiqué states that two ?infidels? were sniped in the area of al-Yusefiya in Baghdad on Tuesday, February 7.
  2. On Monday, a confrontation ensued with the ?Crusaders? in al-Yusefiya, allegedly killing some and injuring others.
  3. A member of the ?converted? Ministry of Interior was assassinated in the area of al-Dawra, south of Baghdad.
  4. According to the fourth communiqué, an improvised explosive device (IED) was detonated Tuesday on a ?Crusader? Humvee in al-Mosul.
  5. The fifth message states that an IED was detonated on a Humvee on the road of Shahraban on Monday.
  6. The sixth message contains information regarding three operations executed upon National Guard barracks in Baquba between Wednesday, February 8, and today.
  7. The ?harvest? of military operations for Wednesday and Thursday are listed in the seventh communiqué, as seven different attacks upon Iraqi police in al-Mosul are described

The Mujahideen Shura Council is composed of seven insurgency groups in Iraq: al-Qaeda in Iraq, Victorious Army Group, the Army of al-Sunnah Wal Jama?a, 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 seven messages is provided to our Intel Service members.

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