It's A Convoy!… 20 Busloads of Refugees Head For Baghdad

More wonderful news for Iraq.
More tragic news for Iraqi defeatists.

While US Democrats continue to bicker on how best to lose the Iraq War, the Iraqis continue to flood back into Baghdad.

Iraqi refugees get prepared to go back to Iraq at the bus station of Saydeh Zeinab, near Damascus where most Iraqis live in Syria. Iraqi government organised a free of charge return trip to encourage Iraqis to go back home. (REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri)

The Iraqi Government sent 20 buses to Damascus to bring the refugees back home to Baghdad.

Iraqi refugees get prepared to go back to Iraq at the bus station of Saydeh Zeinab. (Reuters)

The Iraqi spokesman for the Baghdad security plan, said 46,030 people returned to Iraq from abroad in October.

Iraqi children wait at the bus station of Saydeh Zeinab, near Damascus November 27, 2007, before leaving for Baghdad from Syria. (Reuters)


An Iraqi family waits at the bus station of Saydeh Zeinab, near Damascus November 27,2007, before leaving for Baghdad from Syria. Iraqi government organised a free of charge return trip to encourage Iraqis to go back home. (REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri)


An Iraqi refugee, left, who has just returned from Syria stands next to a bus in Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, Nov. 26, 2007. (AP)

Related… Don Surber reported:

Funny how while the Democrats were calling for a troop withdrawal and the surrender of Iraq to al-Qaeda — while the New York Times was even condoning genocide — President Bush changed course and won the war.

Incredible.

MORE… News you won’t hear from Sanchez, Murtha, Pelosi, etc.

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