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The scene of them taking that young kid to Najaf to bury him is still in my mind.
Not since the Saudi and Wahhabi sack of Najaf and Kerbala in 1806 has sectarian violence in the Middle East been this extreme.Zarqawism Lives: Iraq’s al Qaeda Nightmare Is Back|Bruce Riedel|August 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Often, the attacks he ordered in 2004 against Najaf and Fallujah are held against him.
A recent fact-finding trip to Baghdad and Najaf suggests that such fears are exaggerated.
These men are all teachers in the hawza, the religious establishment of Najaf.