Posted by | April 7, 2008 10:14 | Filed under: Top Stories

Says who?

animosity toward Prime Minister Nouri-al Maliki and his allies has deepened in the aftermath of Iraq’s worst violence in months, threatening to escalate a conflict among Shiites that could further draw in U.S. troops..The hostilities highlighted how intra-sect struggles, after five years of war, are increasingly defining the nature of conflict in Iraq, as violence lessens between Sunnis and Shiites. “Now, our fight is with Badr and Dawa, along with the Americans,” said Abu Abdullah, a burly man with a rugged face, thick beard and stern voice. “They are bigger enemies” than the extremist Sunnis, he added.

 

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