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Kurdmax is a television station in Kurdistan, Iraq providing Family entertainment and news programs.

Phone Number: 00964 0750 853 78 77 - 00964 0...




Why is America (TORTURING) me with the satelites from Nasa Space Administration? America is being HYPOCRITICAL about this scenario with me here in Fort Worth, Texas/Tarrant County... Why did we do (OPERATION RED DAWN) against Saddam Hussein if America was gonna (TORTURE) me an American citizen worse see more... than Saddam Hussein (TORTURED) people in IRAQ? Operation Red DawnFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Operation Red Dawn Part of the Iraq War Samir, a 34-year-old Iraqi-American military interpreter who helped find Saddam and pull him from his hideaway in December 2003. Date 13 December 2003 Location Ad-Dawr, Iraq Result United States victory: Capture and arrest of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein Operation Red Dawn was an American military operation conducted on 13 December 2003 in the town of ad-Dawr, Iraq, near Tikrit, that led to the capture of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein. The operation was named after the 1984 film Red Dawn.[1] The mission was assigned to the 1st Brigade Combat Team of the 4th Infantry Division, commanded by Maj. Gen. Raymond Odierno and led by Col. James Hickey of the 4th Infantry Division, with joint operations Task Force 121—an elite and covert joint special operations team. They searched two sites, "Wolverine 1" and "Wolverine 2," outside the town of ad-Dawr, but did not find Hussein. A continued search between the two sites found Hussein hiding in a "spider hole" at 20:30hrs local Iraqi time. Hussein, armed with a pistol and an AK-47 assault rifle, and provisioned with USD$750,000 in cash, did not resist capture.[2] Mr. Edward D. Drew III/Universal misterman@asia.com PS. Are we gonna take Nasa and George W. Bush the way we took SADDAM HUSSEIN? In Canada, protesters threw shoes at a poster of George Bush in front of the U.S. consulate in Montreal during a protest against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. GENEVA — The Iraqi journalist who hurled his shoes at President George W. Bush leaned back in his chair and soaked in the round of applause. This was not Baghdad or Damascus or Beirut. This was Geneva, where Muntadhar al-Zeidi was given a hero's welcome Monday far warmer than the subdued reception in his own homeland.

July 28, 2014, 7:53 p.m. GMT

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