Published: December 30, 2006
IP Captures Two Insurgent Leaders During Raid near Al Iskandariyah
Special Iraqi Police Forces, with coalition advisors, captured two suspected insurgent cell leaders during operations Dec. 29 in Bahbahani near Al Iskandariyah. The suspected insurgents are allegedly responsible for the kidnapping and murder of Iraqi civilians in the area.
The insurgent cell leaders, who are tied to al Qaeda in Iraq, are also implicated in numerous improvised explosive device attacks against Iraqi and Coalition Forces in the Babil and Karbala Provinces.
There was minimal damage done to the objective. There were no Iraqi civilian, Iraqi forces or Coalition Forces casualties.
Source: Multi-National Force-Iraq
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