Pues no, y una de las manzanas de la discordia es el terrorismo de Al Qaeda. La organización terrorista no cesa de acusar manipulaciones y disidencias al seno de lo que considera una guerra santa contra el invasor infiel. Por eso, Osama Bin Laden admite la derrota en Irak:
Osama bin Laden admitted that al Qaeda had lost its war in Iraq. In an audiotape speech titled "Message to the people of Iraq," bin Laden complains of disunity and poor use of resources. He admits that al Qaeda made mistakes, and that all Sunni Arabs must unite to defeat the foreigners and Shia Moslems. What bin Laden is most upset about is the large number of Sunni Arab terrorists who have switched sides in Iraq. This has actually been going on for a while.La teoría de la ruptura por motivos religiosos suscitados por la repartija del poder "impuesta" por la coalición debe revisarse. Al igual que el sesgo periodistico sobre las informaciones procedentes de esa zona, aunque poco a poco está siendo superado por la fuerza de la realidad:
October is on course to record the second consecutive decline in U.S. military and Iraqi civilian deaths and Americans commanders say they know why: the U.S. troop increase and an Iraqi groundswell against al-Qaida and Shiite militia extremists.Via Associated Press
Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch points to what the military calls "Concerned Citizens" — both Shiites and Sunnis who have joined the American fight. He says he's signed up 20,000 of them in the past four months.
"I've never been more optimistic than I am right now with the progress we've made in Iraq. The only people who are going to win this counterinsurgency project are the people of Iraq. We've said that all along. And now they're coming forward in masses," Lynch said in a recent interview at a U.S. base deep in hostile territory south of Baghdad. Outgoing artillery thundered as he spoke.
ACTUALIZACIÓN: EL PARTIDO ISLÁMICO DE IRAQ afirma que al-Qaeda ha sido derrotada.
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