Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Deja vu

This should surprise only the Dhimmicrats.

Insurgents form political front to plan for US pullout

Seven of the most important Sunni-led insurgent organisations fighting the US occupation in Iraq have agreed to form a public political alliance with the aim of preparing for negotiations in advance of an American withdrawal, their leaders have told the Guardian.

In their first interview with the western media since the US-British invasion of 2003, leaders of three of the insurgent groups - responsible for thousands of attacks against US and Iraqi armed forces and police - said they would continue their armed resistance until all foreign troops were withdrawn from Iraq, and denounced al-Qaida for sectarian killings and suicide bombings against civilians.

Speaking in Damascus, the spokesmen for the three groups - the 1920 Revolution Brigades, Ansar al-Sunna and Iraqi Hamas - said they planned to hold a congress to launch a united front and appealed to Arab governments, other governments and the UN to help them establish a permanent political presence outside Iraq.
It figures they would have their confab in Damascus. Doing so in Iraq would put them at risk of becoming martyrs.
There's much, much more in this Guardian exclusive.

Nancy Pelousi, Harriet Reid and Jean-Pierre Kerry are trying to figure out how Karl Rove put this one together.

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