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Al-Zarqhow many are there?

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«Iraq Interior Ministry forces captured a senior aide to al-Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Iraqi state television said. Iraqiya named the man as Abu Farouq and said he was captured with five others in the Sunni insurgent stronghold of Ramadi, west of the capital.» [new.com.au] And counting out this one there are some ten al-Zarqawi’s top aides (senior aides, number twos, close aides, key figures, lieutenants, ministers, buddies, etc.) So while in Iraq the coalition gave way to a real bloody civil war and daily deaths are hundreds, nothing is better than proposing the useless show of a convenient fantastic enemy that, should he be a real man, he would look busier in slaughtering his own buddies than in elaborating fake plans of islamic conquest. It is likely no one knows what the fuck the Jordan villain is doing, since many years now, the one chosen to be the symbol of evil and catalyst of western anxiety, but it seems necessary to deviate the attention from the humanitarian disaster going on, and keep it on the much more tasty, embedded digestive drink of Mr Bush’s just war. With the relieving promise that we will hardly see the name of this last mark of the charisma-less little man born in Zarqa any more. In facts names as “Abu Something” are easily forgotten, camera shots of slaughtered bodies are not.

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Written by pipistro

February 27, 2006 at 9:38 pm

Posted in Iraq

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  1. soccia… ma mastichi l’inglish così well? regards!

    Peter

    March 15, 2006 at 6:18 pm


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