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Saturday, August 07, 2004
Its about time that the new Iraqi forces and U.S. lead coalition took care of Muqtada al-Sadr and his army, this should have been done months ago. Every time al-Sadr gets weakened by the U.S., he calls for a truce, so he can restock and rearm his Mahdi Army. Al-Sadr can not be let off the hook again, this has to be ended now, the quicker the better. Full story here
A marine spokesman estimates that up to 300 of al-Sadr's men have been killed since the fighting started earlier this week. Najaf's governor, Adnan al-Zurufi, put the toll even higher, saying 400 members of Sadr's militia were killed and more than 1,000 arrested. Enough said, its time to finish off al-Sadr once and for all, get a body bag ready for him.
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