"I am Abu Tariq, Emir of al-Layin and al-Mashadah Sector," it began.
Over 16 pages, the al-Qaeda in Iraq leader detailed the organization's demise in his sector. He once had 600 men, but now his force was down to 20 or fewer, he wrote. They had lost weapons and allies. Abu Tariq focused his anger in particular on the Sunni fighters and tribesmen who have turned against al-Qaeda in Iraq and joined the U.S.-backed Sunni Sahwa, or "Awakening," forces.
This diary was found in a safe house of al-Qaeda in Iraq near the northern city of Balad.
While al-Qaeda desperately seeks to repair itself, it is "in panic and fear," and only seems to be able to train children to kill now, and the "Anbar model" seems to be working elsewhere in Iraq, no worries, you still have Democrat American leaders declaring defeat for America.
Maybe Pelosi should catch up on her reading.