Hundreds of Iraqis Protest Al-Qaeda in Baghdad

Hundreds of Iraqis marched the streets of Baghdad today protesting against the Al-Qaeda murderers.

Demonstrators chant slogans as they march during a protest in Baghdad December 6, 2007. Several hundred protesters took to the streets of al-Ma’amil district east of Baghdad denouncing the attack of suspected al-Qaeda insurgents in a village in Diyala province on Saturday that killed 12 civilians and where dozens were abducted. (REUTERS/Kareem Raheem)


Demonstrators display banners and symbolic coffins as they march during a protest in Baghdad December 6, 2007. (Reuters)


Iraqi security forces secure a road before the start of a protest in Baghdad December 6, 2007. (Reuters)


Demonstrators carry symbolic coffins as they march during a protest in Baghdad December 6, 2007. Several hundred protesters took to the streets of al-Ma’amil district east of Baghdad denouncing the attack by suspected al-Qaeda insurgents in a village in Diyala province on Saturday that killed 12 civilians and dozens abducted. (REUTERS/Kareem Raheem)

On Sunday hundreds of university students protested against the violence in Amara City in Missan province.

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