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[casi-analysis] 'insurgents': who are they and what do they want

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2 things:

Firstly, If for some reason any of you aren't on the CASI announcements list,
you may have missed the briefing on denial of water in Iraq which I wrote with
Ali last week. It's available at

Secondly, I've been asked to give somebody pointers to information on the
identity and aims of what the British goverment wonderfully describes as
'anti-Iraqi forces'. Can list members suggest good information sources for

The one that leaps to mind is the 'inventory of Iraqi resistence groups' which
Cathy posted a few weeks ago, but I'm sure there are more good resources out
there. Is anyone compiling statements from the various groups, for example?


Daniel O'Huiginn
07745 192426
24, Priory Road, Cambridge

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