Saturday, April 14, 2007

Two Iraqi insurgent leaders killed: 37 al-Qaida linked terrorists arrested

Regardless how completely invested in defeat the left has become, we are turning the corner in Iraq and there's nothing they can do to stop it.

An Iraqi government source says the country's security forces killed two key insurgent leaders with the help of Iraqi tribes leaders in Al-Anbar province.

The Interior Ministry source said the operation, which also resulted in the arrest of 37 al-Qaida linked terrorists, brought about the deaths of Ahmad Hadid, leader of the so-called "Islamic State in Fallujah," and Al-Anbar Ibrahim Keitan, al-Qaida's military coordinator in the province, KUNA, the Kuwait News Agency, reported Saturday.

Iraqi police working with Bu Eisa tribesmen also arrested six other terrorists in south Amiriyah and arrested 11 al-Qaida suspects in the Euphrates area. Documents and weapons were confiscated from the suspects, the source said.

And this: Sunni Factions Split With Al-Qaeda Group

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