SSBG

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Noticeable decline in recent terrorist activity in Iraq

Posted by ssbg on December 31, 2005

In an interview the commander of operations in the Iraqi defense ministry Brigadier General Abdul Azizi Mohamed Jasem said; Recent armed terror incidences in Iraq have declined quite noticeably, especially before and after the parliamentary elections on December 15th.

Brigadier Jasem added; Iraqi military forces have increased its units (or formations) and is now capable of carrying out its duties (in its area of responsibility) on its own initiative and with no assistance from the multi national forces. This improvement in the Iraqi military came about due to an increase in the number of volunteers joining the military. As well as huge losses dealt the terrorists from military and police operations and a decrease of support from outside Iraq to terrorists, has substantially weakened these terrorists. There are a number of security plans being implemented by the Iraqi military in Baghdad to wipe out the armed terrorists committing criminal acts. We have further supplied these units with the latest weaponry and equipment as well as armored personnel carriers and hummers to combat armed activities. These were bought by contract from the U.S.A.

Haider Ajina comments:

These are encouraging times for Iraqis and their battle for democratic rule & freedom from tyranny. Sunnis have joined the political process, terrorist activities are on the decline, Iraqi military is feeling confident (thanks to our training and supplies) volunteers are joining the only all volunteers army in the Arab world and middle east, rule of law is prevailing, infra structure is being built, jobs are being created, health care and education is being improved, industry is being developed, security is improving, wages are climbing, real estate prices are increasing, commerce is booming and the list goes on and on and on. All this is possible because we have our men and women on the ground in Iraq working hard with Iraqis making sacrifices and strongly dedicated to their mission. Let us not forget Iraqis are willing learners, hungry for what we offer them and are taking ownership of their country and lives. Iraqis are enduring hardships so their children can have a free safe society to live in and contribute to.

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