Published: December 05, 2006
Iraqi Army captures two insurgents in raid near Al Karma
First Iraqi Army Division forces, with Coalition advisers, captured 10 suspected insurgents Monday during a raid near Al Karmah, east of Fallujah.
Two of the insurgents are believed to have ties to the Al Qaeda in Iraq terrorist network. They're suspected of belonging to a cell which conducts activities inciting sectarian violence in and around Baghdad. The cell is also involved in the transport of and use of rockets in attacks against Iraqi civilians; they are also involved in attacks against Coalition forces.
Minimal damage occurred at the objective or surrounding area. There were no Iraqi civilian, Iraqi forces or Coalition forces casualties.
Source: Multi-National Force-Iraq
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