Saturday, March 19, 2005

7 al-Zarqawi insurgents found slain in retaliation for killing

Payback's a .......

Unlike the corpses elsewhere, which were mostly Iraqi police and soldiers, the
bodies in Ramadi apparently were foreigners, fighters working for Jordanian
militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who has claimed responsibility for suicide
bombings, kidnappings and assassinations.
"My cousins are the ones who killed them," said Jabbar Khalaf Marawi, 42, a
former army officer and Communist Party member in Ramadi. Marawi said the
slayings were carried out by members of his Dulaimi clan in retaliation for the
Oct. 2 killing of a clan leader, Lt. Col. Sulaiman Ahmed Dulaimi, the Iraqi
National Guard commander for Ramadi and Fallujah, by al-Zarqawi's group.
If this continues watch the insurgency disappear.

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