Quiet, Too Quiet In Baghdad

Mohammed Fadhil reports from Baghdad for Pajamas Media:

35 suspects who were arrested yesterday in Haifa street are not Iraqis.

Away from the streets the biggest battle I saw today was aired live on TV — the latest session of the parliament that witnessed loud arguments between some of the MPs, during which the speaker decided to cut media transmission from the hall.

Before it was cut off, PM Maliki spoke to the parliament to explain the goals and strategy of his new plan and to hear their feedback, suggestions and reservations.

Maliki’s speech was sharp and straightforward…

Blackfive is reporting something is afoot in Iraq. (via Instapundit)

Jeff Goldstein also has news on the turnaround in Iraq.

And, the Washington Post reports that it is open season on Iranian “terrorists” in Iraq!


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