posted on Jun, 15 2006 @ 03:16 PM
Iraqi security forces say that they have Al-Qaeda documents with detailed information about the groups leaders and locations, which has led to a
number of raids over the last few days. This development may help the Iraqi government gain control of Iraq, and allow U.S. troop withdrawals in the
Iraq said that security forces have seized Al-Qaeda in Iraq documents giving key information about the group's network and the whereabouts of its
leaders, on a day when more than 20 Iraqis lost their lives in separate attacks.
Meanwhile, the Pentagon said that the number of US military deaths in Iraq has reached 2,500. It also said 18,490 US troops had been wounded in the
war, which began in March 2003. On an average day, about two US troops are killed.
The documents were seized from the rubble of Zarqawi's safe house and in a series of subsequent raids in Baghdad.
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The documents seized are apparently full of information about Al-Qaeda, I think that that is a good thing although I am not sure about this new find
being able to end the Al-Qaeda group, and put an end to the terror in Iraq completely although I hope that the war does end as I do not think war is a
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