In the Absence of a Communal National Identity, Iraq Finds Itself One Again Engulfed by Sectarian Politics
In his latest speech on the 14th of June from the city of Samarra, home to one of Shiite Islam's most revered shrines, al-Maliki amended his language and stressed "We are not sectarian, we will fight as a nation" - but is this rhetoric too little too late?
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