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Ahmed Hashim

A turning point in Iraq?

By Ahmed Hashim
June 9, 2006

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THE KILLING of Al Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is clearly an important event. What is less clear is whether it's the turning point in the Iraqi insurgency, as portrayed in the relentless self-congratulation evident on the electronic media yesterday, particularly on those channels whose analyses of the situation on the ground over the past three years have proven to ... (Full article: 890 words)

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