dimecres, d’abril 28, 2004
El blogista iraquí Alí lo dice con claridad:
"When local people (definitely Sheát) rise against what was considered to be a powerful, somewhat holly and a 'largely' supported extremist, this proves that all the crap said about a revolution being in the air has no base at all. it means that either the people of Najaf are not fascinated with the idea of revolting against the coalition and are ready to cooperate with them, or that the people of Najaf saw that what Sadr militia was doing is not a true revolt against the Americans, but rather it was terrorizing Iraqis, looting and releasing their brother criminals from prisons to help them gain control over the huge amounts of money that comes to the wholly mosque (we are talking about REAL money here), all with the Iranian clerics acting behind the scene. That's why the people of Najaf couldn't stand their atrocities anymore and decided to face them with all the risk such a decision carries".
Sólo falta que los nuestros medios dejen de ser la caja de resonancia de estas bandas armadas y que informen sobre esta realidad. Por lo visto, entre los pocos españoles que saben qué está ocurriendo están los militares que estuvieron en la zona.