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Extreme Islamists

  • on the record... Iraq 2002-03
    on the record... Iraq 2002-03

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    03/27/03, Sulaimaniya, Iraq-Ansar al-Islam documents. (Cr:Chang W. Lee/The New York Times) Sack#200302767

  • Jihad
    Jihad

    02/08/03, Dekon, Iraq-A fighter for Ansar al-Islam, supporters of Islam, jumped off from a bullet riddle truck, that they confiscated after they killed scores of PUK pesh merga during an attack at Gilda Drozna in early Dec., at a checkpoint in Dekon, a frontline between Ansar al-Islam and Komala. The fighters escorted journalists to alleged poison factory in Sarget that US Secretary of State Colin Powell claimed as a poison factory at UN Security Council meeting.

  • Jihad
    Jihad

    Jihad: The Failed Mission Story Summary: Extreme Islamic Fighters of Komala Islami Kurdistan and Ansar al-Islam vowed to fight against Americans but they both failed their mission, Jihad, and eventually were killed or removed from their power. Calling for Jihad: 02/07/03, Sulaimaniyah, Iraq-A fighter for Komala Islami Kurdistan, a Kurdish Islamic group in northern Iraq, reads the Koran to lead a Friday prayer at Jihad Mosque in Sulaimaniyah. This extreme Islamic group controls the village of Khurmal, along the front lines bewteen the secular Kurdish government and Ansar al-Islam, that US Secretary of State Colin Powell claimed as a poison factory at UN Security Council meeting.

  • Jihad
    Jihad

    02/14/03, Ahmad Awa, Iraq-Fighters of Komala Islami Kurdistan, a Kurdish Islamic group in northern Iraq, prayed at their headquarter in Ahmad Awa, placing their Kalashnikovs in front of them. This extreme Islamic group controls the village of Khurmal, along the front lines bewteen the secular Kurdish government and Ansar al-Islam, that US Secretary of State Colin Powell wrongly claimed as a poison factory at UN Security Council meeting.

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    Jihad

    Jihad: The Failed Mission-The Faces: 02/08/03, Sarget, Iraq-Fighters for Ansar al-Islam, supporters of Islam, at a compound in Sarget, that was shown in a photograph during Secretary of State Collin Powell's presentation at UN Security Council meeting. Mr. Powell described this site as a poison factory. No evidence of this claim was apparent.

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    Extreme Islamists...

    02/08/03, Sarget, Iraq-The building complex that was shown in a photograph during Secretary of State Collin Powell's presentation at UN Security Council meeting Wednesday. Mr. Powell described this site as a poison factory. No evidence of this claim was apparent today. (Cr:Chang W. Lee/The New York Times) Sack#200300980

  • Jihad
    Jihad

    Jihad: The Failed Mission-The Feared: 02/08/03, Ahmad Awa, Iraq-Fighters of Komala Islami Kurdistan, a Kurdish Islamic group in northern Iraq, prayed, left, at their headquarter in Ahmad Awa. This extreme Islamic group controls the village of Khurmal, along the front lines bewteen the secular Kurdish government and Ansar al-Islam, that US Secretary of State Colin Powell wrongly claimed as a poison factory at UN Security Council meeting. They feared that American would air-bomb them for wrongly accused reasons.

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    Extreme Islamists...

    02/08/03, Ahmad Awa, Iraq-A man, seen through a window, prayed in a mosque in Ahmad Awa, where the headquarter of Komala Islami Kurdistan, a Kurdish Islamic group in northern Iraq, is located. The group controls the village of Khurmal, along the front lines bewteen the secular Kurdish government and Ansar al-Islam, a more extreme group and one that Secretary of State Colin Powell has said has links to both Al Qaeda and Baghdad. (Cr:Chang W. Lee/The New York Times) Sack#200300980

  • Jihad
    Jihad

    Jihad: The Failed Mission-The Prisoners: 04/06/03, Gula-kanan, Iraq-Ansar al-Islam fighters surrendered to KSDP, Kurdistan Socialist Democrat Party after heavy American bombing and were kept as prisoners. Several of the prisoners were waiting to be logged by PUK officials before they were taken in to the custody of PUK.

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