Musa Q'alah and Muqtada al-Sadr: "Militant-Icon Era" has Ended

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France)

As Iraqis try desperately to remove Sadar stronghold from their Nation:
Afghanistan is now building schools and refurbishing Mosques. #
There will be hope after old Militant-Icon Eras have finally ended.
End of foreign Jihadi troops migration, & new "iconic graves" is proof.
Sadr City fighting rages for seventh day...
CNN's Jill Dougherty reports...

Iraq Bad, Now Real Signs of Progress in Afghanistan...
This is further proof that Militant Jihadis are foreign to Iraq... These foreign fighters vacillate between regions; and do not hold solidarity with either of the peoples' Government... They are (in fact) the disruptions.
Afghanistan Sunday, 13 April 2008:
"There's a greater level of security, people are returning to their towns... Musa Q'alah was iconic for all the wrong reasons, because the Taleban were in control," he said. "We're now trying to make it iconic for the right reasons - Reconstruction and Development."
-Brigadier Andrew MacKay Report.

Proof that "rebuild and Unite" will work in this region?
Compare it with Militant Icon's method to impact followers:

Iraq: Mass Grave Found South of Baghdad: -Apr 13, 2008 -14 hours ago
"Twelve bodies found Saturday had been dumped in one grave about 500 yards away from the local office of radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's movement...
Spokesman, Ather Kamil, said the bodies were found after members of al-Sadr's Mahdi Army militia were detained and confessed to killing and burying dozens of Sunnis as well as some Shiites killed for criminal purposes." Read More.

Mass grave unearthed in northern Afghanistan: -Apr 12, 2008 12:50pm
"Afghan authorities have discovered a mass grave containing at least 100 bodies believed to be victims of a Taliban massacre in the 1990s, security officials said on Saturday." Read More.

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