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FRONT PAGE  |  2/21/2017
WEDNESDAY, SEP 5, 2007  |  5 comments
Couric: 'Real Progress' In Iraq
(CBS) BAGHDAD, Iraq One week before Gen. David Petraeus is expected to give his report on U.S. progress in Iraq, CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric says she has already seen dramatic improvements in the country.

"We hear so much about things going bad, but real progress has been made there in terms of security and stability," Couric said Tuesday. "I mean, obviously, infrastructure problems abound, but Sunnis and U.S. forces are working together. They banded together because they had a common enemy: al Qaeda."

Couric traveled to the city of Fallujah in Anbar province, which U.S. forces entered in April 2003 and again in November 2004. That is the same city where, in house-to-house fighting, American forces uncovered nearly two-dozen torture chambers.

"We found numerous houses, also, where people were just chained to a wall for extended periods of time," U.S. military intelligence officer ...


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Vance Camp  Find all comments by Vance Camp
Seaton: I would be suspicious of anything a guy named "Lenny Ben-David" has to say about the Mid-East. But gee whiz, like now that Katie Couric says things are better in Iraq, I like believe it, like you know, she is really a journalistic wonder, like not like that Walter Cronkite, or Howard K. Smith, or David Brinkley, like you know they were like you know --old guys, like Katie is really really smart, you know?
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News Item9/6/07 7:37 AM
Obvious Truth  Find all comments by Obvious Truth
Seaton, I will agree with you to a point, that al Qaeda is pretty much a nebulous sinkhole for the government to blame for all kinds of "terrist" activity -- all mostly done by CIA provacateurs. You know, al CIAda you've heard about?

But to say that Iran is al Qaeda is --

JUST PLAIN STUPID!

If you haven't figured out what's going on by now, you are more gullible and ignorant than I thought you were.

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News Item9/6/07 6:07 AM
Seaton  Find all comments by Seaton
Not that simple Cheryl.

"The Palestinian assertion that Sunni and Shiite terrorist groups do not cooperate is baseless and historically wrong.

Recent history has demonstrated that there are few religious-ideological barriers in the world of international terrorism. The secular Ba'athist regime in Syria works closely with Hizballah, as a secular Ba'athist regime in Iraq has developed ties to al-Qaeda.

Radical Sunni and Shiite Islamic groups have their own geopolitical interests in bridging the great Islamic divide - particularly their antipathy for the United States and its allies"
Lenny Ben-David.

http://www.jcpa.org/brief/brief2-13.htm

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News Item9/5/07 4:59 PM
Obvious Truth  Find all comments by Obvious Truth
"We hear so much about things going bad, but real progress has been made there in terms of security and stability," Couric said Tuesday. "I mean, obviously, infrastructure problems abound, but Sunnis and U.S. forces are working together. They banded together because they had a common enemy: al Qaeda."

Only one problem here.

Al Quada is the Sunnis. They ARE Al Quada. Duh!!!!

The enemy of Al Quada is the Shiites, the kind of Muslims in Iran.

Sunnis =s Al Quada

Shiites =s Enemy of Al Quada

The media are ignorant and think everybody else is ignorant also.

People believe anything the hear on the stupid media. They even look at huge skyscrapers made of concrete and reenforced steel and watch them crash to the ground at the speed of gravity and believe the media when they tell them it was caused by little fires in the top floors.

Fires caused by planes hijacked by a bunch of Arabs with boxcutters.

War is Peace.
Ignorance is Strength.
Freedom is Slavery.

now a new one.

Al Quada is Shiites.

Nuke the enemy of Al Quada (Shiite Iran) and just say that Iran IS Al Quada, and nobody will know the difference.

Cute, huh!

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News Item9/5/07 3:06 PM
Seaton  Find all comments by Seaton
"We hear so much about things going bad, but real progress has been made there in terms of security and stability," Couric said Tuesday. "I mean, obviously, infrastructure problems abound, but Sunnis and U.S. forces are working together. They banded together because they had a common enemy: al Qaeda."

Great to hear some good news from Iraq.
And
That something is working over there.

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