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Video: Shiite Muslim Purportedly Beheaded

A videotape surfaced on the Internet Tuesday showing what was said to be the confession and beheading of an Arab Shiite Muslim, presumably Iraqi, who was accused of serving the U.S. Army by “assassinating Sunni leaders.” The video’s authenticity could not be verified, but it was posted in the name of the Ansar al-Sunna Army, on a Web site where such militant content is often released. It showed a man, who identified himself as Al-Sayed Alaa al-Malki, kneeling in front of two masked gunmen. Two identification cards were hanging from the man’s gray shirt. One of them bore the name al-Malki and said “local sheik.” It also had a photograph that showed him wearing a black robe and a white turban similar to those worn by Shiite clerics. Full Story

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