Remember that recent video of the Iraqi mujahedeen armed with weapons with silencers who carried out a well planned, timed and executed attack on a number of security check points in Iraq, killing dozens of officers and soldiers in the process? Well, these same guys are back, with another attack on more security checkpoints and as before – perfectly executed. This time around, the mujahedeen came in full SWAT gear, even driving police vehicles with flashing lights to easily pass for legitimate Iraqi police only to turn on the real police when they least expected it.
Needless to say – these guys are good and keep getting better. They adopted. Guerrilla warfare is obsolete, effectiveness of IEDs diminished and suicide bombing for retards who would never achieve anything. They are now a real force to be feared and it’s just gonna get worse. Operation Iraqi Freedom, however many trillion dollars and wasted lives it cost, delivered anything but freedom to Iraq. Now they’re really fucked and there’s no backpedalling on it anymore.
The video was filmed in the city of Haditha, Anbar province, Iraq. The mujahedeen who operate under the flag of Islamic Republic of Iraq are believed to have driven 200km to get to Haditha from desert areas near Bayji. They were in full SWAT gear and carried forged, but authentic looking arrest warrants issued from Baghdad against two senior officers.
Upon arrival, they showed forged papers to the checkpoint guards and ordered them to switch their mobile phones. The officers complied and were subsequently executed by close range gun shots to the head.
With the checkpoint cleared, the gunmen proceeded to the Haditha police station where they did the same. They got to the home of Captain Khalid Daham, commander of Haditha’s SWAT force whom they captured and also executed. Mohammed Hassan, the former commander of emergency police in Haditha met the same fate.
At one point the mujahedeen got into an hour long shootout with policemen who suspected something was amiss and lost 3 of their fighters. Two they were able to take with them, one was left behind.