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Fallouja’s Role in Insurgency Sets Back Native Sons

The road home for Abdulla Muhammadi is filled with military checkpoints and suspicious glares. Every time the 31-year-old electronics salesman approaches the barbed wire and wrecked buildings of his hometown of Fallouja, he faces wary Iraqi and U.S. troops who guard each entrance to the city and search all arriving vehicles and people. He and others must sometimes wait for hours to get in. Fallouja’s reputation as the hub of the nation’s brutal insurgency has branded young men like Muhammadi as suspected terrorists. Full Story

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