Custer's last stand is nothing compared to al-qowarda's.
urrender, or die. That's the complete list of options the terrorists now have, thanks to our Freedoms' Defenders and our Iraqi allies.
Michael Yon reports
- The combat in Baqubah should soon reach a peak. Al Qaeda seems to have been effectively isolated. The initial attack on 19 June achieved enough surprise that al Qaeda was caught off guard and trapped. They have been beaten back mostly into pockets and are surrounded and will be dealt with. Part of this is actually due to the capability of Strykers. We were able to "attack from the march." In other words, a huge force drove in from places like Baghdad and quickly locked down Baqubah.
After describing embedded media's difficulties trying to get the stories out about our Defenders' "days in one of the most important battles of this war," he notes that
- the battle is going very well. A big fight seems to be brewing. As of about noon in Baqubah on the 22nd, there seems to be a lull in the fighting. A calm. This is about to get wet. At the going rate, al Qaeda in Baqubah will soon have two choices: Surrender, or die.
CNN's Friday headline "U.S. reports 68 al Qaeda militants killed in Iraq" and the story's last heading "General: Three reasons for optimism in Iraq" paint a bleak picture for all remaining al-qowarda
Labels: al-Qaeda in Iraq, Good News, Troop Victories, World War IV
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