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This article was created to illustrate the conditions in and around Falluja that contributed to this area becoming more of an 'insurgent hotbed' than others. There are other articles that deal with the area during and after the invasion itself, as well as commentary on those actions. Please limit suggestions to events and circumstances that would constitute why this area has porportionally created more of a problem than any other city in Iraq. --Bufshof 17:26, 27 April 2007 (UTC)
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