Now your dose of Zionist propaganda that I found in my printed paper today:
"Raid in Syria killed leader of cell, US says; Network sent militants and arms to Iraq" by Zeina Karam, Associated Press | October 28, 2008
SUKKARIYEH, Syria - Blood stained the earth in this border village as anguished Syrians buried relatives they said were killed in the US helicopter attack Sunday. Some shouted anti-American slogans and carried banners reading "Down with Bush and the American enemy."
The Syrian government said Sunday's attack by four US military helicopters targeted a civilian building under construction in Sukkariyeh shortly before sundown, and killed eight people, including four children. However, local officials said seven men were killed and two people were wounded, including a woman. An AP reporter saw the bodies of seven men at the funerals yesterday.
Amateur video taken by a villager on a cellphone Sunday showed four helicopters flying overhead as villagers pointed to the skies in alarm. The grainy images, viewed yesterday by the AP, did not show the helicopters landing. Another villager told the AP he saw at least two men taken into custody by US forces, and whisked away by helicopter. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he feared for his life.
At the targeted building, the floor was bloodstained yesterday, with abandoned tennis shoes scattered amid pieces of human flesh. A tent pitched near the site had bags of bread, pots and pans and wool blankets. There was no visible security presence and visitors could move freely, a sign the normally tightly restrictive government wanted the damage seen.
About 30 women dressed in black wept in a small courtyard outside the home of Dawoud al-Hamad, who was killed in the bombing along with his four sons. "They were innocent laborers who worked from dusk to dawn," said the man's wife, Rima. She said work at the construction site started last week.
Asked about US reports that an Al Qaeda-linked group used the site, Siham, the widow of one of the man's sons, Ibrahim, said: "I don't know about any of that." "All I know is that they went to work and never came back," said the mother of seven.
Yeah, "Al-CIA-Duh," yup!!!!
Syria's Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem denounced the raid as "cowboy politics." "I hope it doesn't come to a confrontation, but if that's what they want, then we'll be ready," he told reporters in London. Iran condemned the attack as did Russia, which has had close ties with Syria since Soviet times.
Gee, and WHO would be wanting a WAR right now, hmmmm?
Translation: The Iraqi puppets have to walk a fine line with their neighbors because of our presence!
Fuck the SOFA, Iraqis; tell the U.S. to GET the HELL OUT!!!!