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For those who have fled, the situation remains a waiting game. At the Karbala compound, the 57 year old woman from Fallujah said this is the third time she has escaped violence and insisted it will be the last. She left with nine members of her extended family, who crammed into one car and left most of their possessions behind.
But at the pilgrims complex in Karbala, many of the displaced said they doubt their local tribesmen have the power to combat ISIS and fear that the government might lose control of Fallujah Skechers Loafers
This time, the Iraqi government says it has ruled out sending in the army. Troops remains stationed outside Fallujah but clash frequently with militants on the highway, where military vehicles pass through on their way to Ramadi. The decision is a nod to Iraq s sectarian reality: An assault by what Anbar residents view as a Shiite army could further inflame the situation.
Fallujah is a city of ghosts, said one 32 year old man, who declined to be named out of concern for his own safety.
Sunnis fleeing Fallujah find refuge in Shiite holy cities
One of them is Haifa Khodair Abbas, 58, who said she would not go back to Fallujah, which already only had a smattering of Shiite families.
The government says it is sending arms and money to Sunni tribes in Anbar. But it is reluctant to fully back tribal leaders, many of whom were involved in a major anti government protest movement in Anbar last year.
Negotiations between local leaders and militants to secure their withdrawal from the city center broke down Monday when at least one negotiator was kidnapped, residents said.
It is the second or third time many of the Fallujah refugees have been forced to flee. Many interviewed here said a majority of the civilian population in that city Vans For Girls Pink
They will have to drag me screaming from this place, said one refugee, a 57 year old woman who did not want her name published to protect relatives who remained behind in Fallujah. We came with nothing, but nothing will take me back there. The armed men control it. I wish to prophet Muhammad that someone would drop a bomb on it.
The tribes don t have the weapons, said Abu Duaah, 47, who fled Fallujah earlier this month. Al Qaida s weapons are stronger.
Sitting cross legged on the floor, she said she realized she is one of the lucky few.
The 72 families in the compound, just a fraction of the more than 14,000 families the United Nations says have been displaced from Anbar, undergo heavy vetting before they are allowed to stay. Names are checked against blacklists kept by state security agencies. New checkpoints search cars crossing the border from Anbar into Karbala province, and the road is closed at night.
Still, she said it does little to distract from the deep sectarian divisions.
sectarianism in Iraq.
There is an acute awareness nationwide that even a minor incident could spark sectarian bloodletting such as that seen in 2006 and 2007, when Sunni and Shiite death squads wreaked havoc across the country. So far, Iraq s notorious Shiite militias have largely refrained from seeking vengeance for frequent bombings in their neighborhoods in the capital of Baghdad, but an attack on a sensitive religious site, such as one of Karbala s holy shrines, could change that.
Those incongruous scenes are taking place as al Qaida s local franchise, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, builds strength in Anbar amid a Sunni majority population that is growing increasingly disillusioned with the Shiite led federal government.
In Karbala, Mudafa Mohammed Shaban, manager of the pilgrims complex, describes the city s hosting of displaced Sunnis as a real message proof that there is no Skechers Go Walk Black
About 45 miles southwest, in Ain Tamr, a city near the border with Anbar, about 180 refugee families are being put up by local families. As in Karbala, officials there are also eager to emphasize that the hospitality is a sign that most Iraqis stay above the sectarian fray.
We ve had great hospitality here, but really, the sweetness of old Iraq has gone, the woman said, welling up.
Along with a murky mix of allies, ISIS has Mbt Shoes For Nurses become deeply embedded in the Anbar city of Fallujah, which has slipped out of state control. Militants, including anti government rebel tribesmen, also are tightening their grip, leaving many refugees to question whether they will be able to return.
Fallujah and surrounding Anbar have long been plagued by violence. soldiers who died in the Iraq war were killed in the province. forces tried to oust militants, are still raw among residents.
She said she had heard on television that the displaced from Anbar were being offered a place to stay in Karbala.
But when asked how many of the displaced are Sunni, and not from Anbar s Shiite minority, local official Raed al Mashhadani refused to answer, calling it an embarrassing question. He later acknowledged that those hosted are mostly Shiites who complain that their life is increasingly untenable in Anbar.
There and elsewhere, sectarian tensions are brewing as Iraq spirals into the worst cycle of violence it has experienced in years. But here, in one of the holiest cities for Shiite Muslims, Sunni children play on brightly painted swings as families gather in the waning winter light beside clipped magnolia lined lawns.
KARBALA, Iraq The plush accommodation halls on the outskirts of this southern Iraqi city, normally reserved for visiting Shiite pilgrims, now teem with displaced Sunnis fleeing violence in the Western province of Anbar.
We hear a lot that Shia have no place in Fallujah, she said. With no police or local government, there is no one to protect us there now. It s better for us here.
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