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Three mostly Sunni Arab political parties have announced that they have formed a coalition to run in Iraq's parliamentary election in
The Iraqi Association of Muslim Scholars has urged the Iraqi Islamic Party to retract its endorsement of the country's draft constitution.

One of Iraq's main Sunni Arab political groups, the Iraqi Islamic Party, has decided to support the new constitution at this week's referendum after winning concessions from rival groups, a party source says.

Tariq al-Hashimi, secretary-general of the Iraqi Islamic Party, tells Aljazeera.net during a visit to Doha that the fires burning in Iraq could soon engulf other Arab countries unless they change their current negative attitude.

Ahmed Janabi
US forces have raided the homes of two officials from a prominent Sunni Arab organisation, arresting bodyguards and confiscating weapons, Sunni officials say.
After several delays, Iraqi Sunni political parties have nominated a candidate for the speakership of the country's National Assembly.
A senior official of Iraq's main Sunni Muslim party, which last month withdrew from the 30 January election it wants postponed, has been abducted and killed.

A leading Sunni Muslim party is withdrawing from Iraq's 30 January elections, saying persistent violence would prevent people from voting in the Sunni north and west.

US forces have detained the deputy head of Iraq's interim parliament and senior member of the Iraqi Islamic Party in a dawn raid on his Baghdad home.
A US report stating Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction after 1991 should pave the way for Iraqis to sue US-led forces for invading the country, an Iraqi politician has said.
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