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Screw The Americans
by James Dunnigan
June 4, 2012

A court released Hezbollah terrorist leader Ali Musa Daqduq, without trying him on charges of organizing attacks on Iraqi and American troops in Iraq. In 2007, Daqduq was captured by U.S. troops and confessed to training terrorists as an agent for Iran. Hezbollah is a Lebanese terrorist militia founded and funded by Iran. Daqduq was turned over to the Iraqi government last December on the understanding that he would stand trial for his crimes. The U.S. provided lots of evidence for the trial but the Iraqi court released Daqduq for "lack of evidence." This was apparently done as a favor to Iran and the Iraqis seem to believe that any outrage in the United States will die down before Iraq faces any diplomatic or economic punishment.



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