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The US's occupation of Iraq will see to it that the Lion of Babylon rises again .. سنـُبعـَث من جَديد ، وإلى ضَـيـرِهِـم
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Iraq's Nuclear Mirage ... سَراب السلاح النووي العراقي

Unrevealed Milestones in the Iraqi National Nuclear Program: 1981-1991

معالم وأحداث غير مكشوفة في البرنامج النووي الوطني العراقي 1981-1991

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Monday, November 09, 2009

سالم الجميلي - مدير شعبة امريكا في جهاز المخابرات العراقي السابق

This is a series of five television interviews (in Arabic) with Salem Al-Jumaili - The head of the Iraqi Intelligence section that was responsible for covering U.S. affairs in the Iraqi Intelligence Directorate till the occupation in 2003.
مقابلة تلفزيونية (قناة البغدادية - خمسة حلقات)ـ
مع سالم الجميلي - مدير شعبة امريكا في جهاز المخابرات العراقي السابق
ـ(ملاحظة: نظراً لقيام قناة البغدادية برفع الروابط للأجزاء الخمسة من على موقعها، إضطررنا على تحميلها على موقعنا الخاص. لذا، نرجو الإنتظار قليلاُ ليتسنى تنزيلها على حاسوبكم و من ثم مشاهدتها)ـ
الجزء الاول (55 دقيقة) 08 تشرين الاول - اكتوبر 2009
الجزء الثاني (49 دقيقة) 15 تشرين الاول - اكتوبر 2009
الجزء الثالث (50 دقيقة) 22 تشرين الاول - اكتوبر 2009
الجزء الرابع (58 دقيقة) 29 تشرين الاول - اكتوبر 2009
الجزء الخامس (50 دقيقة) - 05 تشرين الثاني - نوفمبر 2009
في الحلقة الرابعة (بعد الدقيقة 18 من المقابلة) يـُذكر فيها مقولة مدير السي آي أي السابق كيسي للوسيط سمير فنسنت : ( روح للعراقيين گللهم، احنا دولة عظمى نگلي الدول مثل ما نگلي السمچ بالطاوة، نگليها للدولة، و نحطها انطلعها، نگليها ونحطها انطلعها، العراق كل ما نگليه و نحطه و نطلعه بره و نگول استوى، إيرد يگمز و يخش بالطاوة ويگول گـلونا بعدنا ما استوينا)ـ

Isn't he amazing?

The first totally calm Iraqi I've ever seen in my life

I just wish they change the interviewer, he keeps interrupting his guests and never smiles عبالك مداين الله كم دينار
Intelligence Officials Deny Sitting on Information About Fort Hood Shooter

[Following, entire comment at WRH by Mike Rivero]

"In their haste to sell Major Hasan as the vilest villain since Osama Bin Laden, the intelligence boys have dug themselves int a real hole.

Their entire smear campaign against Major Hasan is that the intelligence agencies were watching him, suspicious of him, concerned, aware that he was posting some questionable posts on the net, tried to connect with Al Qaeda, and most damning of all, was once inside the same building as one of the 9-11 suspects, albeit not at the same time.

Of course, the police who have Major Hasan's laptop have reported there is nothing suspicious on it at all, and the reports that he frequented a strip club cast doubt on his newly-crafted image of fanatical Muslim jihadist.

But here is the problem. We, the American people, have been told that we must accept the warrantless spying on our lives because it will make us safer. We are told that the government's reading of our emails, snooping through our computers, listening to our phone calls, are all necessary to keep us safe.

Yet clearly, it did not work. Even in the case of Major Hasan, who we are told was spotted acting in a suspicious manner 6 months ago, the entire US Government security apparatus was unable to intervene and protect the soldiers at Fort Hood (setting aside the question of why, only mere months after John Russell's shooting rampage on that same base, they were not able to protect themselves).

Of course, my information is that there was a firefight when an argument over refusing to deploy crossed over into a minor mutiny. Since the US Government cannot allow the rest of the military to know there was a revolt in the rank and file, there was a quick decision made to blame the dead Muslim, only it turns out he wasn't dead, and in typical shoot-from-the-hip fashion the propaganda stories are not being well thought out to see what the final implications of the claims really are."

West Bank rabbi: Jews can kill Gentiles who threaten Israel: Rabbi Yitzhak Shapiro, who heads the Od Yosef Chai Yeshiva in the Yitzhar settlement, wrote in his book "The King's Torah" that even babies and children can be killed if they pose a threat to the nation.
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Dear Dr. Khadduri,

I wondered, if there is a way to view the series in other than this post, it seems like these videos have been blocked by some party.

Best Regards,

saham sulaiman
As-Salamu Aleikum...

Every employe, even the smallest officer of the national iraqi intelligence knows exactly that any word get outside his mouth will be very catastrophy for him. This what his Excellancy President Saddam Hussein has learned us!!
so how can this man speak and talk in such situation??? a lot of suspecius behind these interviews. specially with a mad and sick reporter (moderator) like Hameed (something)!!
Mr.Salim Al-Jumeili, are you fit to talk now? Our President will be angry of you. it is not the time to talk now!! we are in the middle of the war and lots of battles waiting for us. shade!

one of your students!!!
Master and Pupil: Sowing Tyranny in Iraq, Spreading Slaughter in Afghanistan: Here's the kind of freedom and liberation you get in exchange for a million dead bodies: Iraqi court rules Guardian defamed Nouri al-Maliki.

And for this "revelation" -- which is akin to claiming that the sun rises in the east, or that the Pope served with the Nazis -- the Guardian was hauled into an Iraqi court for defamation. After a number of expert witnesses demolished the case on legal grounds, a new five-member panel of government toadies weighed in to argue that "Iraqi publishing law did not allow foreigners to publish articles critical of the prime minister or president, or to interfere in Iraqi internal affairs." To which the Guardian laconically appended this little fact: "The advice appeared to overlook the fact that Abdul-Ahad is an Iraqi citizen."

What exactly did the Guardian do to merit this judgment -- which, perhaps not incidentally, directs them to put more than $100,000 in Nouri al-Maliki's pocket? Something which, admittedly, is quite shocking in our day: reporting.

The Guardian's Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, who has contributed a remarkable series of stories from the frontlines and backrooms of the Iraqi cauldron, interviewed three members of the Iraqi national intelligence service "who claimed that the prime minister was beginning to run Iraqi affairs with an authoritarian hand."

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I am not taking any chnaces. I am downloading them all.

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