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Al-Qaeda in Iraq Claims Responsibility for Suicide Bombings and Attacks upon American and Iraqi Forces in Baghdad, Fallujah, and Mosul
By SITE Institute
August 7, 2005

In thirteen communiqués and a one minute video clip issued today, August 7, 2005, al-Qaeda in Iraq claims responsibility for a spate of suicide bombings and attacks upon American and Iraqi forces through Iraq in the past 24-hours:

  1. Claims Responsibility of the Suicidal Operation between Sinjar and the District of al-Ba'aj
  2. Claims Responsibility of Attacking Two Humvees and Announcing the Assassination of Six Crusaders in al-Mushahada
  3. Claims Responsibility of Assassinating Seven (people) from among the Policemen in Tala?afar
  4. Claims Responsibility of Destroying an Amphibious Tank at Amiriyat in al-Fallujah
  5. Claims Responsibility of the Attack on a Police Patrol in Baghdad al-Jadida
  6. Claims Responsibility of the Attack on the Guards, Police and Al-Alsheikh Fathi Police Precinct in Mosul
  7. Claims Responsibility of the Attack on the Control (Point) of the Converter Guards in Albou- A?btha south of Baghdad
  8. Claims Responsibility of the Attack on a Joint Control (Point) on the Way to al-Yousifiya
  9. Claims Responsibility for Blowing Up an Explosive Package on a Vehicle that Carries Converter Guards in Tala?afar
  10. Claims Responsibility for Blowing Up an Explosive Package on the Police in al-Za?afraniya
  11. A Film of the Destruction of an American Crusader Tank in al-Tarmiya
  12. Claims Responsibility of the Suicidal Attack on a Den of the Converter Guards in Mosul
  13. Claims Responsibility for Blowing Up an Explosive Package on a Minesweeper in Fallujah

A full translation of the thirteen messages and video clip are provided to our Intel Service members.


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