Friday, November 25, 2005

Side by side

These are pictures of the military parade made by security keeping forces to
show their strength.
The U.S soldiers were there observing closely


That was the message I got from my brother who took these pictures. When I looked at the pictures I noticed that the American soldiers weren’t wearing anything to protect themselves and they were calmly watching the Iraqi soldiers they trained, I guess they were feeling real good in that beautiful sunny day. They stood side by side with the Iraqis to watch the parade, I can feel how proud they are to help those men to make Iraq more secure. I really enjoyed seeing the pictures and I hope you will too.







26 Comments:

At 9:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great pictures!! Makes us all proud.
Jan

 
At 8:53 PM, Blogger Mark said...

Thanks for those pictures. The American mainstream media doesn't present to us that kind of information about what is happening in Iraq. All they cover is explosions and terrorist attacks.

 
At 9:52 PM, Blogger Leap Frog said...

These are great to see, thanks Sooni.

 
At 10:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Sooni,
Thank you very much for all of the wonderful pictures that you post. Tell your brother that he should be working professionally, through him I am seeing the good & joyous part of life in Iraq.

Here's a joke: Based on the quality of his shots, he should be working for AP (Associated Press); no wait, he'd be fired & his pictues would go unpublished!!!!! LOL

Good job & Thanks Again,
Jon

 
At 11:20 PM, Blogger Rosemary said...

I wonder why it is I hear so many good news stories from inside Iraq? Then I remember, all the other reporters are hiding in the hotels! lol.

Thank you for sharing with us these pictures. They certainly do make one proud. I hope your country catches so many terrorists that they become so weak they disappear!

Please thank your brother for us. Have a great day, Sooni!

 
At 12:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The troops really look good Sooni. Very professional. Supprot them and be proud of them, just like we are of the men that trained them.
Thank you to you and your brother.

TaSS New York, USA

 
At 1:40 AM, Anonymous Amy Proctor said...

Fantastic photos. It's always good to see what's really going on in Iraq. My belief has been for 2 years that far more good than bad is going on, but it's not sensational or political enough to warrant the main stream media's attention.

My husband served in Iraq from Feb. 03-Feb.'04 with the 82nd ABN DIV. This is what he helped secure Iraq for, so they could take over for themselves.

I feel saddened that critics of the war continue to talk about how Iraqis aren't ready yet we should pull out. They are not only out of touch but ignorant of the Iraqi resolve: this people is resilient and full of fortitude that puts Americans to shame.

VIVA IRAQ!

 
At 2:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Should have taken the pictures at closer range : sometimes, it´s hard to see the features of the faces of these traitors. Every single one deserves to die.

Free Iraq !

 
At 2:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sooni,
Please ignore coward annonymous. It was brought to you by a traitor but a traitor well in the United States.

 
At 4:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

These are pictures of the military parade made by security keeping forces to
show their strength.


BS !

As always, when you show your strengh, it means you don´t possess any.

 
At 8:31 AM, Blogger Tommy said...

What a sick low life you are anonymous!!

Great pictures Sooni!!!

 
At 8:31 AM, Blogger pete dawg said...

Thank you sooni for publishing these pictures. I hope the Iraqis are on their way to protecting their country. Please pay no attention to "anonymous" who has no guts to reveal their identity. So they have to attack any good news. Don't worry I think they are with "Mother Sheehan" or George Soros. Please keep up the great work.

 
At 10:27 AM, Anonymous Tom W. said...

Great photos of true Iraqi patriots.

As for their strength--well, there are hundreds of terrorists in al Anbar who could testify to the Iraqi Security Forces' strength; unfortunately for them, these terrorists are all dead, however, so they won't be testifying about anything.

Iraq is leading the way to freedom, prosperity, and dignity for the rest of the Arab world. We're living in a period of earth-shaking change brought about by people of great courage, people who build instead of destroy.

God bless you, Iraqis.

 
At 12:27 PM, Anonymous MKL said...

Can you translate some of those signs the soldiers are holding in the background of the last 2 pictures?

 
At 9:07 PM, Blogger dcat said...

Very nice Sooni! Thank you!


I see you get moonbats too. Just hit the delete key if they give you any trouble :)

Keep up the good work here Sooni!

 
At 11:15 PM, Anonymous Amy Proctor said...

Sooni, there's a reason trolls remain anonymous.

The anti-war folks cannot STAND the success in Iraq. They need for it to be false, so they pretend like it is. Why anyone would begrudge Iraqis a chance at a better life is beyond intellegent comprehension.

 
At 4:57 AM, Anonymous littleal said...

I like the pictures. They show that there are good people in Iraq who are interested in freedom. Thanks to you sooni and your brother. I do not think our country should have invaded your country. But now that we are there we must stay till you are able to establish a strong government of your own.

 
At 7:35 PM, Anonymous Dan Irvin said...

Sooni, Thank you for the pictures. They are wonderful to see. Keep your chin up and be proud !!


---

To the anonymous griefer... If you had any strength, you would be proud enough to tell us who you are. But as it is, you are a coward hiding within the internet. No worries though, most of your kind are too ignorant to eralise just how easily you can be tracked.

Note.. I WILL tell you who I am. Come by for a visit, ok?

Dan Irvin
Oklahoma, USA

 
At 10:26 PM, Blogger Lynnette in Minnesota said...

Great pictures, Sooni! These are the true patriots in Iraq.

 
At 12:03 AM, Blogger Lieutenant Fishman said...

Keep up the great work Sooni! :)

And from a military perspective, they actually look like very professional forces during their drill- it is not easy and their uniforms and equipment looks well maintained. Better than during Saddams' time that is for sure..

 
At 12:05 AM, Anonymous Bob said...

anonymous said:
> BS !
> As always, when you show your
> strengh, it means you don´t
> possess any.

Gee, those look like real 50 cabibur machine guns to me, but then I guess I'm just more gullible than that well-known expert "anonymous".

 
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Beautiful photo's!

 
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