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October 11, 2004

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Moon

Now we get this headline:
Insurgent alliance fraying in Fallujah
Locals, fearing invasion, turn against foreign Arabs

I really liked this part:

One of the foreign guerrillas killed by local fighters was Abu Abdallah Suri, a Syrian and a prominent member of Zarqawi's group, whose body was discovered Sunday. Suri was shot in the head and chest while being chased by a carload of tribesmen, according to a security guard who said he witnessed the killing.

A cease fire in Al Sadr, Falluja attacking insurgents to ward off the "major offensive". Still trust that anonymous source at the LA Times?

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