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Divergent Visions Could Split Iraq's Sunni Revolt

The militants dismantling Iraq's borders and threatening regional war are far from united - theirs is a marriage of convenience between ultra-hardline religious zealots and more pragmatic Sunni armed groups. For now, they share a common enemy in Shi'ite Islamist Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, whom Iraq's Sunni minority accuse of marginalizing and harassing them. But each anticipates they will square off someday over the future shape of Iraq's Sunni territories. The...

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