Saudi Fighters in Iraq Bring Money

Saudi fighters make up only about 1 percent of Iraq’s insurgency, but each contributes thousands of dollars to the cause — and they make sure their roles as “martyrs” are known when they carry out suicide attacks, helping draw more recruits, a new report said. About 30,000 fighters are believed to be involved in the insurgency, approximately 90 percent of them Sunni Arab Iraqis motivated by fear of Shiite domination or anger over lost power, said the report by the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. Full Story

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