Released Gitmo Detainee in Suicide Attack

Ethel C. Fenig
Soft American hearts have resulted in dead Iraqi citizens.    In a just released Iraqi al Qaeda video two Kuwaiti a lQaeda terrorists claimed responsibility for several terrorist attacks in Mosul in March, 2008.  One of them...:
  
Ajmi was released from Guantanamo Bay and was searching for "a way to reconnect with the jihad." He claimed he was tortured while at Guantanamo Bay.

Ajmi "is seemingly responsible for an earlier truck bombing at the Iraqi Army HQ in the Harmat neighborhood of Mosul on March 23, 2008," said Kazimi. The attack occurred at Combat Outpost Inman, an Iraqi Army base that served as the headquarters for the 1st Battalion, 3rd Brigade of the 2nd Iraqi Army Division.

Thirteen Iraqi soldiers were killed and 42 were wounded after Ajmi drove an armored truck packed an estimated 5,000 to 10,000 pounds of explosives through the gate of the outpost and detonated in a spot between the three main buildings of the compound. The blast destroyed the facades of the three buildings, including the building housing the battalion headquarters.

However

In March (2008), an al Qaeda leader admitted that its position in Iraq is tenuous. Abu Turab al Jaza'iri, a senior al Qaeda commander in northern Iraq, said al Qaeda "lost several cities and have been forced to withdraw from others," but was still fighting. "I do not want to paint a false picture: Our position is very difficult, but we are fighting, and will continue to do so," Jaza'iri said.

Hat Tip: Little Green Footballs
Soft American hearts have resulted in dead Iraqi citizens.    In a just released Iraqi al Qaeda video two Kuwaiti a lQaeda terrorists claimed responsibility for several terrorist attacks in Mosul in March, 2008.  One of them...:
  
Ajmi was released from Guantanamo Bay and was searching for "a way to reconnect with the jihad." He claimed he was tortured while at Guantanamo Bay.

Ajmi "is seemingly responsible for an earlier truck bombing at the Iraqi Army HQ in the Harmat neighborhood of Mosul on March 23, 2008," said Kazimi. The attack occurred at Combat Outpost Inman, an Iraqi Army base that served as the headquarters for the 1st Battalion, 3rd Brigade of the 2nd Iraqi Army Division.

Thirteen Iraqi soldiers were killed and 42 were wounded after Ajmi drove an armored truck packed an estimated 5,000 to 10,000 pounds of explosives through the gate of the outpost and detonated in a spot between the three main buildings of the compound. The blast destroyed the facades of the three buildings, including the building housing the battalion headquarters.

However

In March (2008), an al Qaeda leader admitted that its position in Iraq is tenuous. Abu Turab al Jaza'iri, a senior al Qaeda commander in northern Iraq, said al Qaeda "lost several cities and have been forced to withdraw from others," but was still fighting. "I do not want to paint a false picture: Our position is very difficult, but we are fighting, and will continue to do so," Jaza'iri said.

Hat Tip: Little Green Footballs