- In news just in, the tactical decision taken by the Mujahideen
to open up two roads leading to the city centre has turned out to be very
- According to sources close to the Mujahideen, as a result
of heavy shelling on civilian neighborhoods all around the perimeters of
the city, a decision was made to move the battle into the center of town
by opening two main roads that lead into Fallujah central.
- The first road opened was "Nisan 7", which
is 17 -20 meters wide and stretches from the rail network north of Fallujah,
passes by the Al-Mualimeen zone, on to Nisan 7 to Al-Forqan Mosque and
ends in the Al-Shuhada neighborhood. The second road opened was "Tharthar
Street", which is 15 -18 meters wide extends from railway station,
from where the Americans are handling forward control, passes through the
Al-Ghuaifi neighborhood and ends at Officers neighborhood. After opening
the two roads, Mujahideen made a tactical withdrawal from the city's perimeters
to permit the Americans to enter the two roads. The plan was successful;
the Americans are now on the two roads just where the Mujahideen wanted
them to be.
- The Mujahideen are currently controlling 70% of the city,
not the Americans, as mainstream news is reporting.
- As of this filing, fierce fighting is now underway in
the Al-Shuhada neighborhood, with the Mujahideen having retaken Al-Ghuaifi,
Al-Mualimeen, and Al-Askari neighborhoods. American snipers are now absent
except on some roof tops on the two main roads.
- According to Mujahideen sources and first reported by
Quds Press, the Al-Golan, Al-Mualimeen, and Officers neighborhoods have
now been completely cleared of occupations forces and Iraqi flags have
been erected on buildings in these areas. (JUS)