Sunday, December 18, 2005

Another Step Toward Victory

This is another crushing blow to Al-Zarqawi, the Democratic Party and the New York Times.

Sunni leaders have concluded that their interests are served better by democracy than by insurgency.

Key Sunni Muslim leaders in Iraq's violent Anbar province have concluded that their interests lie in cooperating with the United States, and they are seeking to extend a temporary truce honored by most insurgent groups for last week's elections.

A prominent Sunni religious leader in Anbar province, Sheik Abed al-Latif Hemaiym, told The [Washington, not the New York] Times in an interview in Amman that Sunnis were prepared to work with the Americans.
"We now believe we must get on good terms with the Americans," Sheik Hemaiym said. "As Arab Sunnis, we believe that within this hot area of Iraq, facing challenges from neighboring nations who want to swallow us, especially the Iranians, we feel we have no alternative."

It sure looks like we're winning, which is why this story will not appear the the [New York] Times or on CBS, NBS, ABS or CNN-BS.


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