Sunday, March 21, 2004, 9:30 Mecca
Resistance takes out Mossad office in
IRAQI Resistance fighters
attacked a secret office for the Zionist Mossad in
Kirkuk on Saturday with long range automatic
weapons, killing six employees. The office,
operating under the name Ar-Rafidayn Export Company
was a known Mossad front.
According to the Kuwaiti newspaper
al-Qabs, Shi'ite and Kurdish sources
confirmed that the Resistance attack had taken
place. The newspaper reported that US occupation
forces slapped a high security ring around the
scene of the Resistance attack, preventing anyone
from approaching. Witnesses told the Egyptian News
Agency that Resistance fighters used long range
automatic weapons in the attack on the secret
Sources reported that the US invaders, assisted
by the Kurdish chauvinist collaborationist
Peshmergah militia, closed all entrances and exits
from the city of Kirkuk and began an extensive
campaign in an attempt to capture the Resistance
fighters who carried out the attack.
Moscow, Sunday, March 21, 2004, source
SIX agents of the Israeli
intelligence service Mossad were killed in the
north Iraqi town of Kirkuk early Saturday morning,
reported the Egyptian news agency MENA.
The secret agents of Israeli intelligence were
acting under the cover of export company
'Ar-Rafidein", the report said, refering to their
source in Kirkuk.
The source speculates that the Mossad agents may
have been killed by fighters of the underground
group 'Ansar-Al-Islam'. The witnesses say that the
assailants were speaking Kurdish.
The building of the company was riddled with the
machine-gun fire. The people inside tried to fire
back but were shot, reported RIA Novosti.
Israeli government wouldn't confirm this. The
Mossad higher-ups stated many times that Iraq was
outside the sphere of the main interests of their
organization, as mentioned by MIGnews.com.
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