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Grand Ayat Allah Ali al-Sistani, protected by the occupation military, is heading to Najaf to broker an end to the fighting there as US troops continue their fierce attacks on the city. US tank and helicopter fire pounded the area around the shrine in Najaf on Thursday. Continuing through the morning, after a battery of overnight attacks, US armoured vehicles took up position in Rassul street , which leads to the southern entrance of the Imam Ali mausoleum.
US snipers were hunkered down on the rooftops of neighbouring houses. A dozen bullet holes were visible in the golden dome of the shrine and some of its golden tiles had come loose, said an AFP correspondent, one of three reporters inside the shrine. Several missiles were fired from the air and tanks were still within 20 metres of the western side of the mosque, Shia leader al-Sadr's headquarters since his spring uprising against US-led occupation troops.
US troops have covered all entrances to Imam Ali shrine. All entrances to the mosque were covered by elite US marksmen and it was impossible to enter or leave the building, as the heavy thud of al-Sadr's al-Mahdi Army mortar fire resounded from inside the shrine. Mosque loudspeakers urged the fighters to jihad as sanitary conditions deteriorated in the mosque, effectively cut off by US troops since early Wednesday.
Meanwhile, al-Sistani's convoy, swollen by thousands of faithful and accompanied. Two British occupation military helicopters hovered above al-Sistani's motorcade as it crawled along.
Speaking to Aljazeera, al-Sistani spokesman Hamid al-Khafaf said the cleric had called on those heading for Najaf to wait at the gates and not enter the city until the spiritual leader arrived. Al-Sistani's convoy is moving at a slow pace.