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Subject: americans love people like chadi,in fact,the whole world does snyper

william wallace
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Date Posted: 23:53:53 03/31/03 Mon
In reply to: Any other time such a pile of shit would be funny 's message, "Chadi's latest "Hate the Jews and Americans" Rant" on 00:52:38 03/31/03 Mon

You pathetic racist peice of thrash and cowardly bastard
william wallace

>"Things the american propaganda wouldn't let you hear:
>the soldier who attacked his compatriots in the
>Pensylvania camp in Kuweit was a zionist jew. He
>attacked the tent of soldiers who have arab origins.
>One of the wounded was an american soldier of Lebanese
>origins." on 16:48:17 03/30/03 Sun
>Yes Chadi is once again caught making shit up. No one
>really knows why he trys to pull such huge piles of
>crap over one the rest of us. It just shows how little
>regard he has for our lowly American IQs. Cunt.
>Man you are one sad son of a bitch. We did a google
>search on that mudslum "Asan Akbar". Yes Chadi his is
>a mudslum, yes Chadi he was following the teachings of
>the koran and kill "infidels" to please allah. Yes
>Chadi you are a on sick piece of hate America first
>(983 hits Chadi, there were only THREE last week)
>By Zachary R. Dowdy
>STAFF WRITER. The Associated Press contributed to this
>March 24, 2003
>A U.S. soldier in an elite fighting force stationed in
>Kuwait probably acted out of resentment when he
>allegedly tried to blow up his comrades yesterday by
>throwing grenades into several tents, an Army
>spokesman said. One soldier was killed and 15 wounded.
>Authorities said Sgt. Asan Akbar of California, a
>member of the 326th Engineer Battalion of the 101st
>Airborne Division, was taken into custody after the
>1:30 a.m. incident at Camp Pennsylvania, located near
>the Kuwaiti border with Iraq, said George Heath,
>deputy public affairs officer at Fort Campbell, Ky.,
>home of the 101st Airborne Division.
>He said Akbar, who is a Muslim convert, had been
>having "what some might call an attitude problem."
>There were reports that Akbar had been disciplined
>during his deployment to the Persian Gulf, and another
>Army spokesman, Max Blumenfeld, said the motive in the
>attack "most likely was resentment." Investigators did
>not elaborate.
>The dead soldier was identified as Capt. Christopher
>Scott Seifert, 27, of Easton, Pa. Three other soldiers
>were seriously wounded, seven others were recovering
>from non-life threatening wounds and five others who
>received minor injuries were returned to duty, Heath
>said. Ten of the injured had superficial wounds,
>including punctures to their arms and legs from
>grenade fragments.
>Heath said as many as three tents, one containing the
>command staff, were targets of the incident, and that
>two to four grenades were thrown into the tents.
>Akbar, who supervised four to seven soldiers, was
>found in a bunker. He had not been charged last night,
>but Heath said if charges are filed, Akbar would be
>tried in a military court.
>"The investigation will continue," Heath said. "He
>will be retained in a detention facility pending
>results of the investigation. He will be tried by
>court- martial under the U.S. military code of
>The attack happened in the command center of the
>division's 1st Brigade. Initially, the military
>suspected the attack was the work of terrorists using
>two grenades and small-arms fire, Heath said.
>Two Middle Eastern men hired as contractors by the
>U.S. government were detained and released. An
>Interior Ministry official, speaking on condition of
>anonymity, said yesterday that Americans still were
>investigating all locally contracted workers in the
>camp, such as cleaners, drivers and volunteer
>translators. Two Kuwaiti translators also were
>questioned and released.
>"When this all happened, we tried to get
>accountability for everybody," Col. Frederick B.
>Hodges, commander of the division's 1st Brigade, told
>Britain's Sky News television. "We noticed four hand
>grenades were missing and that this sergeant was
>unaccounted for."
>Akbar was found hiding in a bunker, said Hodges, who
>was slightly injured in the attack. "I immediately
>smelled smoke," he said. "I heard a couple of
>explosions and then a popping sound, which I think was
>probably a rifle being fired. It looks like some
>assailant threw a grenade into each of these three
>tents here."
>One grenade went off in the command tent, Blumenfeld
>said. The tent, the tactical operations center, runs
>24 hours a day and would always be staffed by officers
>and senior enlisted personnel.
>A picture on yesterday's front page of The Tennessean
>newspaper in Nashville, Tenn., showed Hodges with
>blood on his uniform and his right arm in a sling.
>"He's an intense person and he'll recover," Heath said
>of Hodges.
>Army Lt. Gen. John Abizaid called the grenade attack
>"very tragic and very unfortunate," while at a
>briefing in Qatar. "I don't think it's indicative of
>the morale of our forces."
>The 101st Airborne is a rapid deployment force whose
>members are trained to go anywhere in the world within
>36 hours.
>The group's 22,000 members have been in Kuwait for
>about a month, Heath said. The last time the entire
>division was deployed was during the 1991 Persian Gulf
>War. Most recently, members of the group hunted down
>suspected Taliban and al-Qaida fighters in the
>mountains of Afghanistan.
>The Associated Press contributed to this story.
>Copyright 2003, Newsday, Inc.

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I don't know who this guy is (assuming it's a guy that keeps flaming on this board) , but I think I found his picture, or at least that of someof his immediate family membersbinocula00:26:50 04/17/03 Thu
    Is he Chuck or Cletus?chadi13:50:32 04/17/03 Thu

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