dijous, de maig 19, 2005

Iraq: lugar de paso de la yijad 

Se suman las evidencias. Hace algún tiempo Belmont Club nos contaba no sólo sobre la presencia de yijadistas extranjeros en Iraq, sino del su retorno a sus países de origen:
Arabia Saudí, Turquía, Marruecos, Argelia, Jordania, Siria, Yemen, Kuwait e incluso Francia e Italia
Por su parte, Hammorabi desde Iraq nos cuenta que terroristas palestinos han sido arrestados en Bagdad, además de sirios y saudíes:
Palestinian terrorists arrested in Baghdad The Iraqi Fox Brigade arrested 4 Palestinian terrorists who carried out the explosion of the market in East Baghdad few days ago, which resulted in the death of many Iraqi civilians and damaged the shops and markets there. The terrorists confessed about their crime. They were also involved in previous crimes especially car bobby-trapping. They have been shown and confessed in the TV which stated that the IFB arrested them, 9 hours after the blast.

They stated in their confession that they lived for many years in Iraq. Some of them worked as security agents for Saddam regime. They stated that they receive the order from other Palestinians who are linked with Syria. They stated that the link persons visit Syria so often. They said that their bosses ordered them to do their attacks in the most crowded areas to inflict as much causality as possible just to create unsettled security.

On the other hand the Iraqi forces in Karbala arrested a high ranking Syrian officer who used to work for the Syrian Intelligence services and was trained in Yemen.

Two Saudis returned disappointed to their home in Riyadh after they entered Iraq via Syria to fight against the Americans. After they arrived in Iraq from Syria the boss of their group told them that the only available operation for them is to do suicidal operation but they were expected to fight and kill the Americans and not to do suicidal attacks straight away. They decided to return back because they were unable to get arms or grenades to fight the Americans there however there are at least 2500 Saudis fighting there, most of them came via Syria and supported financially from their own country.
En la misma línea, Chrenkoff nos cuenta que la participación de yijadistas saudíes en Iraq es numerosa:
"The reality, when it comes to the recruitment of young Saudis to the Jihad, is much more serious than they think. From just the Saudi region of Qasim, 300 young men have left for Iraq,"
Hace poco Periodista Digital dio también la noticia: Los terroristas mártires de Irak son jóvenes saudíes.

Los terroristas no tienen opción en Iraq. Actúan en contra de la población civil y la población civil está contra ellos. El gran problema es la propagación, la metástasis, del terror cuando se produzca el retorno yijadista a sus países de origen.

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Terroristas: antes en Afganistán, ahora en Iraq, ¿a dónde irán después?