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Some myths about the war in Iraq

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posted on Dec, 31 2004 @ 07:03 AM
An interesting phenomenon is taking place today in the Iraqi city of Falluja.

For months now, the Bush administration had been building up the image of a massive network of foreign terrorists using Falluja as a base for their terror attacks against targets associated with the interim government of Iyad Allawi and the US military which backs him.

One name appeared in western media accounts, over and over again: Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a wanted Jordanian turned alleged "terror" mastermind. Almost overnight, Zarqawi's terrorist group, al-Qaida Holy War for Iraq, expanded its operations across the width and breadth of Iraq.

Ok this article may lean to much on souces how ever some of it makes alot of sense much of the war is misreported by the media. Surely U.S Military leaders must know that there are members of the Saddam regime trying to over throw the government?
I think if the U.S military changes it tactics in the long run the insurgents will be defeated .

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