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Iraqi Shoe-Hurling Journalist Merely Expressing "Dissent"?

The Times pointed out that symbols of both Bush and Saddam Hussein had been pelted with shoes by Iraqis, emphasizing that the protest against Bush had been "far bigger."

Guantanamo Bay Inmate Released, Becomes Terrorist: Still U.S. Fault?

Alissa Rubin on a man released from Guantanamo who became a suicide bomber: "As many as 36 former Guantánamo detainees have taken part in violent acts against Western targets after their release, ...

The "Credible" "Innocents" of Guantanamo Bay? Former Inmate Becomes Suicide Bomber

While Nicholas Kristof fretted over the abuse of innocent prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, a colleague revealed that a released inmate was a bomber tied to suicide attacks in Mosul.

NYT Bows to Reality: "Baghdad Starts to Exhale as Security Improves"

Less than a month ago a lead editorial began: "The news out of Iraq just keeps getting worse."

Our Lead Story: Accusations of US-Al Qaeda Ties

Alissa Rubin, the Times newest Iraq War pessimist: "Many Iraqis, beleaguered at every turn, said they saw the bomb as...one more piece of evidence that the Americans could not protect them from ...

"The Latest Indignity" for Iraqis...a Wall to Protect Them

They were happier under Saddam? "But the Adhamiya wall...has fast become a metaphor for the cumulative resentment that Iraqis feel about the violence and disruption of daily life that have brought ...

The Times Ducks the Hard Questions on Torture

The Times confidently and self-righteously declares torture doesn't produce valuable information - but gave an example in which it may have.

No Surge Protectors in the Times' Baghdad Bureau

The Times again suggests the troops surge in Iraq is doomed to failure.

Ignoring Surge-Related Drop in Baghdad Violence, Times Frets Over Crowded Jails

"The numbers suggested that the security plan's emphasis on aggressive block-by-block sweeps of troubled neighborhoods in the capital had flooded Iraq's frail detention system, and appeared to ...
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