Didn't you notice, mate? You got the wrong one. He's Iraqi!
With confidence in a unified Iraqi state at a low ebb, ... there is a lot resting on the referendum to replace insurgency with political participation.
Official intelligence on Iraqi weapons programs was flawed, but even with its flaws, it was not what led to the war.
to secure Iraq and help the Iraqi people.
And hold it should. In the November 15th agreement, the Governing Council and coalition promised the Iraqi people sovereignty on a date certain and we will give it to them.
the tragic waste and abuse of billions of dollars that belonged to the Iraqi people.
Developments are continuing to enforce a very downbeat view on prospects for the Iraqi oil sector. In all, the recently increased number of analyses implying imminent and unavoidable price collapses do seem a little premature.
There will be hardly any interruption of Iraqi exports. In fact, you can expect Iraqi exports to start increasing in the second quarter of next year.
There seems to be a targeting against Iraqi security forces in total, both the Iraqi national guard and the Iraqi police.
While insurgent activity in Baghdad will likely spike as the Iraqi people approach their elections and the insurgents become more desperate, we will continue to focus on providing an environment in which Iraqis can conduct their elections without insurgent interference.
Our armed forces will, under no circumstances, step even one foot into Iraqi territory.
Yes, significant numbers of Iraqi children have died, and it's disgraceful and it's horrible ... The question is: Is it the sanctions? No. Iraq is importing the same amount of food they did before the war.
They (militants) have learnt the suicide attacks from Iraq but I doubt if they've received the training from Iraqi insurgents.
Tomorrow, I guarantee you the Iraqi people will be outside in Baghdad at the courthouse demonstrating against Mr. Clark.
There is virtually no protection for the nine Iraqi lawyers and their families who are heroically here to defend truth and justice.
Day after day on television, Mr. Bush comes on and goes after [Iraqi President] Saddam Hussein.
If Iraqi disarmament were a five-lap race, we would be three quarters of the way around the fifth and final lap.
I have seen no evidence of Iraq providing weapons of mass destruction to non-Iraqi terrorist groups.
I think I can feel a new spirit and good cooperation from the Iraqi side.
The United Iraqi Alliance strongly believes that all the various components of the Iraqi people should participate in the decision-making, including forming the upcoming government. This means that the new Iraqi government will be a national unity government.
His ability to engage with ordinary Iraqi citizens and military personnel enables CNN's viewers to gain a better understanding of how everyone involved in the future of Iraq is coping with the on-going altercations and state of uncertainty in the country.
The insurgents are still there, ... They still want to derail the democratic process. They still want to discredit the Iraqi government, so operations continue.
In Tal Afar, coalition forces and members of the Iraqi security forces are preparing a possible military operation to rid that city of insurgents.
The difference is that the Iraqi police mechanized brigade actively patrols Route Irish, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, ... It transformed it from the highway of death to one of the most safe and secure routes in all of Iraq, again a tribute to the capabilities of these trained and ready police forces.
Some Iraqi parties consider the Palestinians - as Sunni Muslims - enemies, although they're not involved in internal strife.