29 September 2004

Iraq Study Sees Rebels' Attacks as Widespread

JAMES GLANZ and THOM SHANKER in the New York Times today report that attacks in Iraq are widespread both geographically and in numbers, contrary to the Bush administration's misleading statements, including its orchestrated "speech" by Allawi to Congress.

BAGHDAD, Iraq, Sept. 28 - Over the past 30 days, more than 2,300 attacks by insurgents have been directed against civilians and military targets in Iraq, in a pattern that sprawls over nearly every major population center outside the Kurdish north, according to comprehensive data compiled by a private security company with access to military intelligence reports and its own network of Iraqi informants.

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