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June 17, 2006

We Can Thank Zarqawi's Address Book

Topics: Iraq

Dr Sanity has some interesting information from StrategyPage that should definitely annoy those who are desperate to maintain the fiction that the death of al-Zarqawi has little or no impact on the Iraq war or on the overall war on terror.

So far, the June 7th strike has led to over 500 more raids. There have been so many raids, that there are not enough U.S. troops to handle it, and over 30 percent of the raids have been carried by Iraqi troops or police, with no U.S. involvement. Nearly a thousand terrorist suspects have been killed or captured. The amount of information captured has overwhelmed intelligence organizations in Iraq, and more translators and analysts are assisting, via satellite link, from the United States and other locations.
Don't miss her "Future Al-Qaeda Enabler Nursery Rhyme."

While American liberals are screaming for a "cut and run", we now know that Zarqawi considered al Qaeda's situation in Iraq as "bleak."

Hat tip - Freedom's Zone Aggregator

Posted by Richard at June 17, 2006 9:30 AM

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