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SADR CITY, IRAQ - NOVEMBER 02: A painting of Mohammad Sadik el Sadr, the revered Shiite cleric, hangs over an intersection November 2, 2003 in Sadr City, Iraq. Sadr City, named after the cleric who was killed by Saddam in the late 1990s, used to be called Saddam City. With the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime the Shiites have emerged from decades of repression to seize the reins of power in Iraq. Making up over sixty percent of Iraq’s population the Shiites will most likely determine the future course of one of the Middle East’s most important countries. (Photo by M
att Moyer)
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Shiites of Iraq
SADR CITY, IRAQ - NOVEMBER 02: A painting of Mohammad Sadik el Sadr, the revered Shiite cleric, hangs over an intersection November 2, 2003 in Sadr City, Iraq. Sadr City, named after the cleric who was killed by Saddam in the late 1990s, used to be called Saddam City. With the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime the Shiites have emerged from decades of repression to seize the reins of power in Iraq. Making up over sixty percent of Iraq’s population the Shiites will most likely determine the future course of one of the Middle East’s most important countries. (Photo by M<br />
att Moyer)