Iraq:Attacks against Shia pilgrims 4 Martyred,Injured 16

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Sunday, 06 February 2011


iraq_attackFour people have been killed and sixteen injured in the latest spate of terrorist attacks across Iraq, which occurred after a period of relative calm.According to the Shiite News Correspondent,A tribal chief was killed and two others wounded when an improvised explosive device (IED) blast targeted a funerary procession of local resident in eastern al-Falluja on Saturday, a security source said.
“An IED went off on Saturday evening near a funerary procession of a local resident of Falluja, leaving Hamid al-Halbousi, the chief of al-Halabsa clan in al-Anbar province, and two others tribal chiefs wounded,” the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.

One of the two wounded chiefs is a member of the local council of al-Falluja district, he added, not giving further details.

Two civilians were killed and 14 others, including Iranian and Pakistani pilgrims, wounded in two blasts in the districts of Samarra and Balad in Salah al-Din province on Saturday, a security source said.

“An improvised explosive device went off near a vehicle parked close to the al-Askari Imams shrines in Samarra, (175 km) northwest of Baghdad, leaving four Iranians, two Pakistanis, two Iraqi policeman and one civilians wounded,” the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.

“Two civilians others and five Iranian pilgrims were wounded when a car bomb ripped through Balad, (70 km) south of Tikrit, near the Muhammad al-Hadi shrine,” the source added.

In the second attack, a car bomb explosion shook the city of Balad, south of the provincial capital Tikrit. Five Shias were injured in the attack.

And in the capital Baghdad, gunmen shot and killed a civilian in the eastern region of al-Mashtal, security sources said, but gave no more details on the murder.

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“An IED went off on Saturday evening near a funerary procession of a local resident of Falluja, leaving Hamid al-Halbousi, the chief of al-Halabsa clan in al-Anbar province, and two others tribal chiefs wounded,” the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.

One of the two wounded chiefs is a member of the local council of al-Falluja district, he added, not giving further details.

Two civilians were killed and 14 others, including Iranian and Pakistani pilgrims, wounded in two blasts in the districts of Samarra and Balad in Salah al-Din province on Saturday, a security source said.

“An improvised explosive device went off near a vehicle parked close to the al-Askari Imams shrines in Samarra, (175 km) northwest of Baghdad, leaving four Iranians, two Pakistanis, two Iraqi policeman and one civilians wounded,” the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.

“Two civilians others and five Iranian pilgrims were wounded when a car bomb ripped through Balad, (70 km) south of Tikrit, near the Muhammad al-Hadi shrine,” the source added.

In the second attack, a car bomb explosion shook the city of Balad, south of the provincial capital Tikrit. Five Shias were injured in the attack.

And in the capital Baghdad, gunmen shot and killed a civilian in the eastern region of al-Mashtal, security sources said, but gave no more details on the murder.

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