Al-Maliki: Security plan to target all militants

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January 25, 2007 13:22

 
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Iraq's prime minister told parliament on Thursday the coming security sweep in Baghdad would not be the last battle against militants and said they would not be safe anywhere in the country, not even in mosques of schools. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki did not reveal the details of the plan or say when it would begin, although he promised to insure the human rights of innocent Iraqis. "Operation Imposing Law," as he named the security operation that is bringing 21,500 more American troops to Iraq, would target Sunni and Shiite lawbreakers equally.

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