September 2007 Archives

September 30, 2007:

Captured Iranian agent identified, 15 Special Groups operatives captured in Iraq

September 29, 2007:

Senior al Qaeda in Iraq leader killed in airstrike

September 28, 2007:

Six months

September 25, 2007:

Counterinsurgency in al Qaeda's last bastion in Baghdad

September 22, 2007:

An interview with the "Lion of Arab Jabour"

Arab Jabour: "This is al Qaeda Country"

September 20, 2007:

Iranian Qods Force agent captured in northern Iraq

Improving security: Baghdad's Adhamiyah neighborhood

September 18, 2007:

Surging in Wasit Province

September 16, 2007:

"No comment": An interview with a mukhtar

Sheikh Sattar assassin captured by US forces

September 15, 2007:

Standing up the Concerned Citizens in southern Baghdad

September 14, 2007:

The Long War Journal meets President Bush

September 13, 2007:

Sheikh Sattar, leader of the Anbar Awakening, killed in bombing

Counterinsurgency success in Haswa

September 11, 2007:

Resistance "is a normal thing, and a right for everyone"

September 10, 2007:

Gen. Petraeus reports to Congress

September 9, 2007:

USAF kills al Qaeda emir behind Yazidi villages attacks

September 7, 2007:

A look at Operation Lightning Hammer II in Ninewa and Salahadin

September 6, 2007:

Operation Lightning Hammer II launched in Iraq's North

Senior Qods Force link captured in Karbala

September 5, 2007:

Iraqi Security Forces Order of Battle: September 2007 Update

September 4, 2007:

Suicide bombings in Pakistan's Rawalpindi kills 25, injures 68

September 3, 2007:

Pakistan frees over 100 South Waziristan "tribesmen"

September 1, 2007:

Flashpoint Afghanistan: Musa Qala

Afghanistan: The jihad within a jihad


LWJ in the news:


More items in the news

LWJ at The Weekly Standard

Pakistan: Mullah Omar is here, but isn't a threat

Al Qaeda affiliate in Somalia attacks medical students

AFP quotes Lashkar-e-Taiba on Swiss minaret ban and "inter-faith harmony"

WSJ: Obama to oppose expansion of Afghan security forces

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