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 WSQT War Updates 
 Isn't combat in Iraq supposed to be over?
 WSQT Direct Action Radio  
 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
Baghdad,Iraq, today: Five US soldiers were killed after rockets hit their quarters in a US base in Southeastern Iraq. Five more soldiers were wounded in the attack.

Nassiriya, Iraq, Saturday night: Three Katyusha rockets hit US airbase Taleel, with no casualties reported.

Afghanistan, Sunday: A NATO helicopter crashed in Khost, killing 2 people on board of undisclosed nationality. As usual, NATO denies any evidence of hostile action. However, according to Reuters, a Taliban spokesman says the helicopter was shot down, and witnesses reported seeing it catch fire in the air and belch black smoke before it crashed. Most NATO forces there are American soldiers.

Pakistan, Saturday: A US drone strike in Pakistan’s South Waziristan tribal region killed at least seven people, officials reported Saturday. The US shortly afterwards claimed to have killed al-Qaeda leader Ilyas Kashmiri, but it has since come out that some US sources are "skeptical" it was really him.

Tikrit, Iraq, today: A suicide bomber blew himself up at the gates of Saddam Hussein's former palace, killing 11 members of the security forces and wounding 19.

Golan Heights, Palestine, yesterday: The Washington Post confirms that Israeli soldiers shot and killed 22 protesters as Palestinian and Syrian protesters marking Naksa Day cut through bared wire strung by Israel onthe disputed border.

Iraq, today: A 100 day so-called "cooling off period" for Arab Spring protests in Iraq has expired, and there are forecasts that big protests could be coming to Iraq as soon as this Friday. The Madhi Army has already held a mass march warning that if US troops stay past the Dec 31 deadline to leave, the Madhi Army will return to armed struggle and the battlefield.

Mr Barrack Obama Iraq had nothing to do with Sep 11, and Osama Bin Laden is dead. Despite this, American soldiers are still dying in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Now's the time to pull the plug-bring all the troops home TODAY!

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