Saturday, November 22, 2003 - U.S. admits attacks in Iraq 'inventive, ingenious'
BAGHDAD (AP) — Rockets launched from donkey carts. Explosives hidden in the carcasses of roadkill. Land mines taken apart and converted for attacks. Insurgents in Iraq are borrowing tactics used by Palestinians, Afghans and others to press their fight against the U.S.-led occupation.

In the latest sign of Iraqi ingenuity, guerrillas fired more than a dozen rockets from wooden donkey carts Friday at the Oil Ministry and two hotels used by international journalists and civilian defense contractors.

Guess we better open fire on any hostile looking donkey-carts, just to be safe.