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Postby Ahreeman X » Sun Jan 30, 2005 7:02 pm

Iraqi Elections
January 30, 2005

Despite the foreign and domestic Suicide Bombers, Terrorist Attacks and Roadside Bombings, the free democratic election of Iraq will go on. The move towards democracy has started in the region, and Iraq will be the center of it. Iraq will be a role model in the region. Today, people of Iraq are voting by the millions. Today people of Iraq are going to voting booths, despite all the terrorist attacks. Today the people of Iraq will say No to Islamist Terrorism and Yes to Democracy. Today people of Iraq will decide their faith. Today people of Iraq will start a move towards democracy, something totally experimental & new in Middle East.

United States of America, despite the Liberal Left Sabotage (Senator Kennedy & his crew) and despite the Islamic Terrorists Sabotage (Zarqawi & his crew), will stand by the people of Iraq to achieve democracy. This will be a slap on the face of Islamic Republic of Iran and Mullahs of Qom! The IRI sabotage of Iraq has definitly failed and today there is held a democratic election!

The great leadership and vision of W, sincere hard works of Condy and US Administration, has provided this opportunity for the people of Iraq to set an example in the Middle East.

Today the civilized world has won a victory in Iraq and Global Islamist Terrorism has lost a battle in Iraq!

Today, despite the sabotage of UN, France & EU, there is held a Free election in Iraq!

Today the road is being paved in Iraq, tomorrow, there will be Iran's turn.

We must do our best to push the US Administration's attention towards Iran.

Absolute Overthrow of the Islamic Regime, by all means possible, is the agenda.

More power to resistance

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Postby Ahreeman X » Mon Jan 31, 2005 12:12 am

Iraqi Election

Despite all the garbage coming out of Liberal's mouths:

"American Military is part of the problem" (Senator Kennedy)

"No one in United States should over hype this election" (Senator Kerry)

Despite all the horrible deed has been done by France & EU,

Despite all the rhetorics which came from UN,

Despite all the mass murders done by Islamist Terrorists,

Despite Islamic Republic of Iran & Syria's Sabotage,

Despite envy of soar losers (Liberals), who lost the White House, Senate, House & Governorships, & they are still going the opposite direction of the American people & they are still moving towards radical left & away from the heart of Americans,

Despite all the non cooperation of all the above,

Today we celebrate The Victory of Democracy over Islamo_Fascism.

Today we celebrate the victory of the Iraqi People over Tyrants.

Today Millions of Iraqis decide their own destiny.

This has been possible only & only because of United States Involvement.

American Troops are The Great Liberators of Iraq.

This has been all possible because of courage, vision & leadership of W.

This is a punch in the face of IRI, Islamists, Liberals & Damn French!

Lets celebrate This Victory together.

Middle East, like it or not, Democracy is coming to town & there is no more room for The Dictators!

More power to people of Iraq.

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Postby Ahreeman X » Mon Jan 31, 2005 12:17 am

Photos of Iraqi Election

Over 8 Million people voted so far!

Who would have thought few years ago, that this would have been possible today?

Today, not one terrorist attack made it through inside any polling booths!

Today people of Iraq won & Terrorists lost!

This is Iraq today:

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Noraddin Hassan, right, joins other Kurdish Iraqi immigrants as they celebrate after voting in Iraq (news - web sites)'s election at the former El Toro Marine Base in Irvine, Calif. The Independent Iraqi Electoral Commission is allowing Iraqi immigrants living in 14 countries to vote by absentee ballot. (AP Photo/Ric Francis)

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(L to R) Iraqi expatriates Mustafa Il-Assady, Hassan Al-Taady and Sabah Al-Khafji chant poems and wave flags of the United States and Iraq (news - web sites) after casting their ballots at a polling station in Rosemont, Illinois January 30, 2005. Emotional and jubilant Iraqi expatriates braved long trips and frigid weather to cast their votes across the United States since Friday. Voting in five different U.S. cities ends today. U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) called Sunday's landmark Iraqi election a 'resounding success' and said Iraqis have rejected the anti-democratic ideology of the terrorists. REUTERS/Frank Polich

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An Iraqi male and female soldiers smile as they gather to vote at a polling station in the Salhiyah district of Baghdad. Iraqis nervously cast ballots in their country's first election in more than 50 years as insurgents seeking to wreck the vote staged a string of suicide and mortar attacks.(AFP/Ramzi Haidar)

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An Iraqi woman holds up her hand, and shows a purple finger, indicating she has just voted, as she leaves a polling station in the centre of Az Zubayr, southern Iraq

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Iraqi police cheer just a few hours before the end of Iraq's landmark election day in Baghdad. Insurgents bent on disrupting the elections today sent out bombers to wreak mayhem at polling centres around Baghdad but despite the intimidation factor, people still came out to vote, particularly in Shiite areas

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An Iraqi woman cries tears of joy after casting her vote, outside a polling station in the holy city of Najaf, Jan. 30, 2005. Insurgents threatening an election day bloodbath killed dozens in a string of bombings and mortar attacks on polling stations in Iraq (news - web sites)'s first multi-party ballot in half a century. (Faleh Kheiber/Reuters)

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Iraqi immigrant Selwa Farhan, center, places her ballot in the box as her son Haider, 19, left, prepares to complete his form in Iraq (news - web sites)'s election at the former El Toro Marine Base in Irvine, Calif. The Independent Iraqi Electoral Commission is allowing Iraqi immigrants living in 14 countries to vote by absentee ballot. (AP Photo/Ric Francis)

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Canadian Iraqis wait for their family members to vote in Iraq (news - web sites)'s election at a polling station in Ottawa, Sunday, Jan.30 2005. (AP Photo/Jonathan Hayward)

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An Iraqi man casts his ballot at a polling station in town of Khan Bani Sa'ad between Baghdad and Baquba, January 30, 2005. Millions of Iraqis flocked to vote in a historic election, defying insurgents who killed 35 people in a bloody assault on the poll. Voters, some ululating with joy, others hiding their faces in fear, cast ballots in higher-than-expected numbers in Iraq (news - web sites)'s first multi-party election in half a century. (Nikola Solic/Reuters)

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An Iraqi woman flashes the V-sign for victory after casting her vote at a polling station in Tehran. Fear and hope gripped Sunni Arab governments as they awaited the outcome of Iraq (news - web sites)'s first free election in 50 years, as Shiite Iran warned that the United States might not accept the result.(AFP/Henghameh Fahimi)

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Draped in an Iraqi flag, expatriate Amer Al-Maamar leaves the polling place with his family after voting in Iraq (news - web sites)'s national election, in Detroit January 30, 2005. Emotional and jubilant Iraqi expatriates braved long trips and frigid weather to cast their votes across the United States since Friday. Voting in five different U.S. cities ends today. U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) called Sunday's landmark Iraqi election a 'resounding success' and said Iraqis have rejected the anti-democratic ideology of the terrorists. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

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Iraqi expatriate Waheed Al-Saadawi (C) breaks out in song after voting in Iraqs national election at a polling place in Detroit January 30, 2005. Voters are electing a 275-member Assembly, which will draft Iraq (news - web sites)'s Constitution. Waheed said his song was mixed with happiness and sadness for Iraq. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

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Iraqi election workers carry ballot boxes after the closure of a polling station in the southern Iraqi city of Basra at the end of Iraq (news - web sites)'s landmark election day.(AFP/Essam al-Sudani)

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Sonmar Tammo campaigns for the Assyrian Democratic Movement across the street from a polling place near Chicago, January 30, 2005. Emotional and jubilant Iraqi expatriates braved long trips and frigid weather to cast their votes across the United States since Friday. Voting in five different U.S. cities ends today. U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) called Sunday's landmark Iraqi election a 'resounding success' and said Iraqis have rejected the anti-democratic ideology of the terrorists. REUTERS/John Gress

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Postby Ahreeman X » Mon Jan 31, 2005 12:21 am

Who made this possible?

And thanks to visionaries who made all this possible:

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US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (news - web sites) speaks on the Iraqi elections during an interview on the 'Fox News Sunday' program in Washington, DC.(AFP/Fox News-HO)

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U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) speaks at the White House, January 30, 2005. Bush called Sunday's landmark Iraqi election a resounding success and said Iraqis have rejected the anti-democratic ideology of the terrorists. By participating in free elections, the Iraqi people have firmly rejected the anti-democratic ideology of the terrorists. They have refused to be intimidated by thugs and assassins, he said in televised comments from the White House after the polls closed. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair (news - web sites) (L) shakes hands with his Iraqi counterpart Ayad Allawi during a visit to Baghdad in December. Blair said he was committed to elections being held in Iraq (news - web sites) on January 30 as scheduled in order to deny the 'terrorists' a victory.(AFP/POOL/File/Karim Kadim)

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Iraqi soldiers and American security officers are on alert after gun shots erupted outside the headquarter of the Iraqi Regional Democracy Party in Hilla, 100kms south of Baghdad, Iraq (news - web sites), Friday, Jan. 28, 2005. Iraq will vote in national elections Sunday, Jan. 30. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus, Pool)

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The U.S. Army is now planning to keep at least 120,000 troops in Iraq (news - web sites) for the next two years to train and fight with Iraqi forces against insurgents, a senior Army general said on January 24, 2005. The Army total, which could be reduced before 2007 as more Iraqi forces become trained to handle security, is part of a current force of 150,000 American soldiers, Marines and other troops now in Iraq. U.S. Army paratroopers from Company C, 3rd Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, prepare to raid a house in central Baghdad, in this handout photo released January 24, 2005. Photo by Pfc. Mike Pryor/Us Army/Reuters

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Iraqi armed security guard a secondary school being made ready for the up-coming elections, as others plaster election posters in the southern holy city of Najaf, 160kms from Baghdad. More than 30 US soldiers were reportedly killed in a helicopter crash, in the biggest single loss of life of American life in Iraq (news - web sites) since the 2003 invasion, just four days before the country's landmark elections.(AFP/Ahmad Al-Rubaye)

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An Iraqi soldier holds a leaflet that reads 'Vote for Iraq (news - web sites)' outside a polling station in the Salhiyah district of Baghdad.(AFP/Ali al-Saadi)

This is a Great Day.

Its Good to see this day.

Its good to see the victory of Democracy

Its good to celebrate the sacrifices of American Troops & our Allies

Its good to see the victory of coalition Troops

Its good to see the victory of Iraqi people

Its good to see Enemies of America taking a dive!

Its good to see a Free Democratic Iraq


To All Middle Eastern Tyrants:

"This is only the begining!"

Uncle Sam is coming to Town!

And your own people will revolt against you!

Welcome to 21st Century!


Adios Islamism!

Cheers

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