Ware, Michael
August 2004
Time International (South Pacific Edition);8/16/2004, Issue 32, p11
The article focuses on the unification of terrorist groups in Iraq. The resistance groups so far have cooperated only erratically but insurgent sources have detected that elements in the resistance, are pushing to unite the area's disparate militants under a single command. The insurgents are working through a loose assembly of leaders known as a "supreme council" of the mujahedin.


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