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Al-Qaeda in Iraq Claims Responsibility for the Assassination of Iraqi Officials and Workers, and Several Bombing Operations and Attacks on American, Iraqi, and Kurdish Forces Throughout Iraq
By SITE Institute
August 4, 2005

Al-Qaeda in Iraq [Tanzeem Qaedat Al-Jihad Fi Bilad Al-Rafidayn], in thirteen messages issued today, August 4, 2005, claims responsibility for the assassination of Iraqi officials and workers, and several bombing operations on American, Iraqi, and Kurdish forces through Iraq:

  1. Claims Responsibility of Detonating an Explosive Package on a Military Truck at Sheikh Hamed Area
  2. Claims Responsibility of Detonating an Explosive Package on a Humvee, and the Assassination of Three Crusaders at Jarf al-Naddaf
  3. Claims Responsibility of Destroying Two Humvees at al-Dujail, North of Baghdad
  4. Claims Responsibility of Bombarding a Crusader Control Point in al-Haswa
  5. Claims Responsibility of Bombarding a Crusader Control Point in Arab Jabour, South of Baghdad
  6. Providing an Account with Details of the Attack on a Kurdish Bishmarka Convoy in al-Uthaim
  7. Claims Responsibility of Assassinating Captain Mahmoud Nouri Ali - One of the Officers of AL-Thi?ib (The Wolf) Brigade
  8. Claims Responsibility of Assassinating Five Workers Who Work at a Crusader Base in Baquba
  9. Claims Responsibility of Assassinating the Intelligence Warrant Officer, Udai Ahmed Khuthair
  10. Claims Responsibility of Assassinating the Director of Reconstruction Projects Who is Cooperating with the Crusaders in Baquba
  11. Announcing the Harvest of Samarra During the Last Few Days
  12. Announcing the Harvest of al-Rathwaniya Division Last Week
  13. Claims Responsibility of Destroying a Humvee, Exploding a Car Bomb and Assassinating 7 Crusaders

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


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