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Originally posted by Corinthas
Ja achtung, ve vill come unt show you ze tru minink of freedom.
Got Bless Amerika.
BTW on a more serious front i would't believe a sigle word of "embedded" journalists, the word "embedded" suggest they are in bed with something (in this case the US army... eeeww)
"We are moving fast now to contain the crisis and end the bloodshed," he said.
"We hope to find a solution soon."
Najaf's Governor Adnan al-Zorfi confirms the initiative and says the council is awaiting the response of Sadr's office.
However, he stresses the militia must leave the holy city without preconditions.
"We do not negotiate with militia and we have no intention of negotiating with them," Mr Zorfi said.
"The situation is becoming unbearable, the militia must leave now."
But the immediate prospects for a stop to the US assault look bleak as the Sadr camp issue its call for US troops to retreat from Najaf before any negotiations would take place.
"The Americans must leave first, then we would be open to negotiations," Sheikh Ali al-Sumeisim said.
Originally posted by Mo0se
Having embedded reporters has since WW2 been the best way for the people at home to get news of fighting.
Whether or not the reporting is accurate depends on the leanings of the reporter him/herself.
Originally posted by marg6043
This attack is going to bring more be.ings, more terrorist alerts, more instability in the region and more resentment against America "liberators"
Originally posted by muppet
That might not be a bad idea. The Russians used some sort of knockout gas to great effect in the theatre hostage situation.