Sunday, January 15, 2006

Sunni Iraqis Get Over their Fears of Zarkawi

Iraq's Sunnis are not only showing willingness to be part of the political process of Iraq, but they want to be recruited in the police and the Iraqi army. In January 2005, Sunni Iraqis refused to vote, as democractic free Iraq continues to evolve very quickly into being, they participated in Iraq's last elections and continue to share views on Iraq's constitution.

The good news today is that Sunni Iraqis are getting over their fear from the terrorists and want to be part of the war against terrorists, like Al-Zarkawi and other figures that terrorize their lives.

This news means that the Sunni areas will start to tighten their grip on terrorists, hence clearing the pockets of terrorism in Iraq.

Photo: Iraqi soldiers show an assault position during the 85th Army Day celebration in Kerbala, 110 km (68 miles) south of Baghdad, January 7, 2006. REUTERS/Mushtaq Mohammed


At 2:13 PM, Blogger programmer craig said...

They look good, those Iraqi soldiers :)

ITM has a post on this as well, that's about Iraqi townspeople engaging (and defeating) foreing fighters in Al Anbar provine. I'm starting to become more hopeful about Irraq. I hope there aren't any major setbacks.

At 2:54 PM, Blogger Freedom for Egyptians said...


I am full of hope for Iraq.

Any setback towards a complete victory to democracy in Iraq can never be worse than a complete defeat to freedom or the withdrawal of US-coalition troops prematurely.


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