Tuesday, September 20, 2005

By TAREK EL-TABLAWY, Associated Press Writer Fri Sep 16, 7:26 PM ET

BAGHDAD, Iraq - A leading Sunni cleric called for religious and ethnic groups to take a stand against violence as
Iraq endured a third consecutive day of sectarian killings — the worst, a suicide car bombing at a Shiite mosque that killed at least 12 worshippers as they left Friday prayers.

The bombing in Tuz Khormato, where a young Saudi man was later arrested wearing a bomb belt on his way to a second mosque, was the latest suicide attack following al-Qaida in Iraq's declaration of all-out war on Iraq's Shiite Muslim majority.

Jordanian-born Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's terror group said it was taking revenge for a joint Iraqi-U.S. offensive against its stronghold in Tal Afar, a city near the Syrian border.Yahoo news


So the Saudis send their poor children to kill themselves to kill the Shiite infidels and Galloway is braying like an ass about the "resistance".


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