Friday, July 11, 2003

Perhaps the biggest trouble spot for the U.S. in Iraq has been Falluja, a city near Baghdad which we have now left, on the insistence of the police force we trained there. There are now just one or two Americans stationed at the central police station, and even they appear unwanted. The Iraqi police seemed to feel that the U.S. forces were both endangering them by making them appear to be collaborating with occupiers and somewhat inept at dealing with local issues.


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