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Monday, July 19, 2004

Fallujah residents expel Arab fighters

July 19, 2004
Sunni Tribe leaders and other prominent Fallujah residents expelled 25 Arab fighters from the city, a hotbed for Iraqi insurgency.

Baghdad's daily al-Sabah al-Jadidi reported Monday Fallujah's leaders told the Arab gunmen: "You have to leave Fallujah immediately because the people of this city and all Iraqis in general are better placed to defend their country and expel the occupants."

The paper also quoted the Fallujah leaders as saying the Arab fighters, believed to be responsible for car bombs and other attacks that claimed scores of Iraqi lives, "tarnished the reputation of the truthful Iraqi resistance."

In another development, Iraqi resistance groups including the previously unknown Mohammed Army and Ali Bin Abi Taleb Brigades, circulated a religious edict in Fallujah Monday authorizing the killing of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the suspected leader of al-Qaida network in Iraq.
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