"Signs appear of more relaxed Baghdad; Lifestyle changes point to waning of strife, extremists" by Hamza Hendawi, Associated Press | October 30, 2008
BAGHDAD - Baghdad remains a very dangerous place, and much of the capital looks like a city at war. Miles of concrete blast walls and dozens of fortified checkpoints dissect the city. Some neighborhoods remain almost entirely walled off. A cautious Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejects calls to remove the blast walls."
And would you like to see what the "surge success" brought, readers?
O.K., you asked for it: Signs appear of more relaxed Baghdad
Yeah, never mind that they could DO THAT ANYWAY in the best Middle East school system in the world -- at least, before the U.S. sanctions and invasions!
They could dress any way they wanted to until the U.S. deposed Saddam, folks!!!
How is THAT for LIBERATION, huh?
Yup, BUSH WON IRAQ, that is the THEMED NARRATIVE from AmeriKa's lying joopress!