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The Promised Day Brigade denied the assertions of the American Embassy in Baghdad that, “the prisoner ,who was released last week by members of the Islamic resistance in Iraq, was an American civilian who had come to Iraq for private business.” His release came about after Muqtada al-Sadr ordered his release as a humane gesture and a reflection of the genuine religious faith pursued by the resistance.
The statement said the Embassy’s claim was “a desperate attempt to cover up the epic failure of U.S. occupation forces in Iraq, and Washington’s reluctance to disclose the dimensions of that loss to the American people. It wishes to avoid inciting further bitterness over the defeat that befell it at the hands of the great nation of Iraq.”
The statement stressed that the Brigade, “has shown the ID card of the American soldier, Corporal Randy Michael Hultz, who was ordered released by our resistance leader. This has been done to invalidate the falsehoods of the liars, who are trying desperately to poison the honey of the Brigade’s humane gesture before the world.
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