Iraqi insurgency

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The Iraqi insurgency is composed of a diverse mix of militias, foreign fighters, all-Iraqi units or mixtures opposing the United States-led multinational force in Iraq and the post-2003 Iraqi government, or by propaganda or money supportive thereof. The fighting appears both as armed conflict with the United States-led military coalition, as well as sectarian violence among the different ethnic groups within the population. The insurgents are involved in asymmetric warfare and a war of attrition against the US-supported Iraqi government and US forces, while conducting coercive tactics against rivals or other militias.

The insurgency began shortly after the 2003 invasion of Iraq and before the establishment of the new Iraqi government. From at least 2004, and as of May 2007, the insurgency primarily targeted Coalition armies and latterly, Iraqi security forces seen as collaborator with the coalition. During this period, only 10% of significant attacks have targeted Iraqi civilians. These have, however, caused the largest...
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