Thursday, June 16, 2005

Today in Ramadi, Iraq ~ al-Haq Army, surround the main mosque

Masked
gunmen, calling themselves the al-Haq Army, surround the main mosque in
Ramadi, Iraq, to block entrance Thursday June 16, 2005. The armed men
blocked the entrance to the mosque to stop officias and tribal elders
who planned a conference to select representatives to meet with
coalition forces. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

A
masked gunmen, right, from a group calling themselves the al-Haq Army,
helps to surround the main mosque in Ramadi, Iraq as an Iraqi policeman
walks by Thursday June 16, 2005. The armed men blocked the entrance to
the mosque after city officials and tribal elders planned a conference
to select representatives to meet with coalition forces. (AP
Photo/Bilal Hussein)

Masked
gunmen, calling themselves the al-Haq Army, surround the main mosque in
Ramadi, Iraq, to block entrance Thursday June 16, 2005. The armed men
blocked the entrance to the mosque to stop city officials and tribal
elders who planned a conference to select representatives to meet with
coalition forces. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

Iraqi
insurgents take up positions at a crossroads in the Iraqi town of
Ramadi, west of Baghdad, June 16, 2005. Five U.S. marines were killed
in Ramadi yesterday when their vehicle was hit by an improvised
explosive device. REUTERS/Ali Mashhadani

Iraqi
insurgents take up positions at a crossroads in the Iraqi town of
Ramadi, west of Baghdad, June 16, 2005. Five U.S. marines were killed
in Ramadi yesterday when their vehicle was hit by an improvised
explosive device. REUTERS/Ali Mashhadani

Iraqi
insurgents take up positions at a crossroads in the Iraqi town of
Ramadi, west of Baghdad, June 16, 2005. Five U.S. marines were killed
in Ramadi yesterday when their vehicle was hit by an improvised
explosive device. REUTERS/Ali Mashhadani

An
Iraqi insurgent crouches with a weapon at a crossroads in the Iraqi
town of Ramadi, west of Baghdad, June 16, 2005. Five U.S. marines were
killed in Ramadi yesterday when their vehicle was hit by an improvised
explosive device. REUTERS/Ali Mashhadani