The Enemy's New Tools

Ghosh, Bobby; Thompson, Mark
June 2007
Time International (South Pacific Edition);6/25/2007, Issue 24, p30
This article discusses tools and techniques, which are being used by terrorist groups to attack the U.S. troops. The terrorist being held responsible for the invention of these war devices is Saif Abdallah, whose inventions have killed or injured hundreds of U.S. soldiers. The military efforts in Iraq are discussed, which Iraqis refer to as “Operation Fard al-Qanoon,” which translates too “Imposing Law.” The main weapons used by insurgents in terrorist networks are referred to by the military as IEDs, which is the abbreviated name for improvised explosive devices.


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