- Al Qaeda in Iraq doesn't think that they are capable of mounting a serious threat to the government above the level of a "daily annoyance."
- Their "daily annoyances" are often seen as cowardly and are eroding their Sunni support.
- AQ insurgents "not only do not have any organization or military capabilities, but also resist coordination."
- "The only effect that AQ has made is to convince the media -- presumably the American media -- that the situation cannot be controlled, despite their acknowledgement that they represent nothing more than a nuisance."
- "The Americans are winning the media war in Iraq" by advancing Iraqi national government and by getting muslim support in the Mosques.
- The insurgents have finally run low on ammunition, and AQ cannot resupply them in Baghdad.
Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Winning the War
Michelle Malkin and Captain's Quarters are covering the latest inside information coming out of Al Qaeda in Iraq. There are several revelations: