May 25, 2005
Good news from Iraq
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Baghdaddy shares some fantastic pictures from Iraq. His blog is always a good read.

And if there was any doubt that the good news is plentiful, OpinionJournal has a long, but worthy read on the goings-on of the past two weeks alone.

You may remember Dhia Muhsin, a carpenter from the working-class Baghdad
neighborhood of al-Dora, who became a celebrity of sorts back in March, when he stood up to insurgents who terrorized his area. In a firefight lasting half an
hour Mushin and his nephews killed three of them and forced the rest to retreat.

Considering it looks like Zarqawi’s days are numbered after being shot in the lung, could things really be turning around?

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