Thursday, April 12, 2007

Iraqi Parliament Attacked

Trouble:
Apr 12, 2007, 17:23 GMT
Washington - An al-Qaeda controlled group, Islamic State in Iraq, has claimed credit for Thursday's penetrating blast at the Iraqi Parliament that killed at least seven people, according to the US weekly magazine Time.

The magazine said the group posted a message on a 'prominent' militant website, muslm.net, which called the attack a warning to anyone who cooperates with 'the occupier and its agents.'

'We will reach you wherever you are,' the magazine quoted the message as saying.
The seven dead at the Parliament cafeteria included three members of Parliament. The blast occurred during lunchtime. In addition, at least ten people were killed and a number of people were missing after a near simultaneous explosion at a bridge over the Tigris River in Baghdad.

Parliament is located in the nearly impenetrable Green Zone, the heavily-guarded diplomatic and government area of closed-off streets in central Baghdad, former presidential grounds that include the main palaces of former president Saddam Hussein.

An interior ministry official told Time magazine that the bomber wore a suicide vest and was a guard for a member of Parliament.

The official told Time that the metal detectors at the entrance to the site were not operating Thursday.

US military officials were unable to explain the security breech. Lieutenant Colonel Chris Garver, a US military spokesman in Iraq, told CNN that the international zone is 'safer than many places in Baghdad,' but added: 'We live under the threat of people trying to come in and attack.'

1 Comments:

Blogger Early Wynn said...

Maybe there was a "security exercise" (long-planned, of course) that was to have taken place and as part of the exercise, the metal detector for the Parliment Building was to be turned off during the time whenever the "exercise" was being conducted.

"They" used the same kind of tactics in Dallas, on 11-22-63. SS agents were out drinking until 5 a.m., one was deliberately left at Love Field as the Presidential party left the airport for the trip to downtown Dallas and the Trade Mart. LHO (or was it Harvey Lee Oswald?) may have been told that he was to take part in a "security" exercise in which he was to pretend to "shoot" at the President whenever it passed the Texas School Book Depository Building. There are many other reasons to believe that the JFK assassination was a conspiracy, and that many of the elements of the conspiracy are in use in more recent conspiracies such as 9/11 - where, for example, some of the "players/patsies" used the same name. It goes on and on.
"Exercises" on one kind or another,
"terrorists" that hate us, from a currently "Evil" country or part of the world (Cuba, Middle East, Poland-[for the Nazi false flag op] and on and on. The same methods keep being used, because they work.

Nothing changes. The masses are as ignorant and easily exploited today as they always have been.

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