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Indie Media Magazine Donating Member (152 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 02:59 AM
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US Casualties Are Even Worse Than What Islammemo Reports
Many people think that Islammemo exaggerates US casualty numbers. The truth is that Islammemo correspondents can't keep up with the furious pace of the Iraqi war of liberation and may well be seriously underrreporting US losses. A recent AlJazera story highlights this issue.

Muhammad Abu Nasr's daily Iraq Resistance Report for Friday January 7, 2005 noted the following US casualties in Abu Ghraib:

Resistance ambush in Abu Ghurayb Friday.
Iraqi Resistance fighters armed with RPG7 rockets and BKC machine guns ambushed a US column on the highway in Abu Ghurayb, destroying one military truck and disabling a second at 9:15am Friday, local time. Eleven US troops were killed. . . .

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