The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Death by "Quote Marks"

I think the photo editor manning the AP Middle East desk might be getting just a teensy bit overzealous with that dastardly quote key:

Members of Arab Jabour Awakening, a movement of 'concerned citizens' working with U.S. troops to provide security in the Sunni stronghold, direct three women to be searched in Arab Jabour, a suburb south of Baghdad, Iraq on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2007. In this ethnically mixed Sunni-Shiite area where several groups of Iraqi volunteers, called Concerned Citizens, have come forward to join U.S. troops and Iraqi forces in fighting the insurgency. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)


I've seen every possible level of doubt put on the story of the Anbar Awakening, but I don't know that it's really worth disputing whether these are "citizens," and whether or not they are really "concerned."

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