Bombings in Amman: CSCA Statement
of "terrorism" is the reason that colonialist powers
argue in order to maintain their domination plan known as "Great
Middle East" under the flag of "democracy".
Last November 9th, some devices
exploded in a hotels zone in Amman, leaving at least 49 dead
and some dozens of wounded, most of them Jordanians.
Once again, the hand of terror
targeted mainly on innocent civil population (as it did in Sharm
Al-Sheikh, London, Madrid and every day in Iraq or Palestine);
once again, the responsibility for this hideous act falls quickly
on an Al-Qaeda operative, this time supposedly formed by Iraqis,
including a married couple. Few time after the blasts, and of
course via website, a statement "from Al-Qaeda in the Land
of the Two Rivers", assumed the authority of the attack,
developed in retaliation of " the attacks over Iraqis Arab
Sunnis", assuming the fragmentation rethoric of the Occupiers.
Most of the victims in Amman were Arab Sunnis.
ACSC is sadly owed again to
send its solidarity with the victims and theirs families, friends
and companions. In this time, it is a very special and sad occasion,
as within the victims there is people related to our comrades
and partners from Jordan and Palestine.
ACSC strongly condemns again
and forever, actions like this; this action doesn't represent,
help or is an example of the Arab people's fight for liberation
and democracy. This action have just became another argument
tool to the Zionist and Neocolonial interests dividing the Arab
Land, and tries to blackmail the legitimate resistance of the
Arab people to the neocolonialist domination; this action is
surrounded by doubts and suspicion about its real maker.
In this time, the ACSC wants
to underline that such a regrettable event happens opportunistically
for the colonialist in a moment that
a) the legitimate Iraqi resistance is achieving enormous military
b) the Occupation in Iraq is deeply questioned by the western
societies after the international recognition after months
of denounces from Iraq- of the US use of forbidden mass-destruction
weapons in Iraq, or the so called "Nigergate".
c) Colonialism is looking for arguments (increasingly unbelievable
ones) to launch an ultimate assault over Syria.
d) The very existence of the ghostly entity known as "Al-Qaeda"
is highly doubt, after the discovering of secret US and UK "black-ops"
operatives dressing like Arabs putting bombs against civilians
The excuse of "terrorism"
is the reason that colonialist powers argue in order to maintain
their domination plan known as "Great Middle East"
under the flag of "democracy".
In solidarity with victims
All our rejection against any form of indiscriminate violence
against innocent civilian population.
All our support to the legitimate and legal Arab, Iraqi and Palestinian,
End of the Occupation in Iraq and Palestine.
Enlaces relacionados / Related links
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comandos norteamericanos disfrazados de árabes, descubiertos
y detenidos por la multitud cuando se proponían hacer
estallar un coche bomba en Bagdad (Diario de la Resistencia iraquí)
Michel Chossudovsky: Al-Qaeda y el movimiento
de resistencia iraquí
Toma: "El pueblo iraquí resiste de forma política
y también con las armas, y siempre ha rechazado el terrorismo"
Hassan: Religión y violencia: EEUU anima al "fundamentalismo
religioso" para contrarrestar los movimientos nacionalistas
Frank Morales: ¿Está la CIA detrás
del terrorismo global?