The Iraq Study Group Report

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The Iraq Study Group Report by United States. Central Intelligence Agency

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James A. Baker, III, andLee H. Hamilton, Co-ChairsLawrence S. Eagleburger,Vernon E. Jordan, Jr., Edwin Meese III,Sandra Day O'Connor, Leon E. Panetta,William J. Perry, Charles S. Robb,Alan K. Simpson

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t as of publication), along with an assessment of the consequences if Iraq continues to deteriorate, and an analysis of some possible courses of action.

A. Assessment of the Current Situation in Iraq

1. Security

Attacks against U.S., Coalition, and Iraqi security forces are persistent and growing. October 2006 was the deadliest month for U.S. forces since January 2005, with 102 Americans killed. Total attacks in October 2006 averaged 180 per day, up from 70 per day in January 2006. Daily attacks against Iraqi security forces in October were more than double the level in January. Attacks against civilians in October were four times higher than in January. Some 3,000 Iraqi civilians are killed every month.

Sources of Violence

Violence is increasing in scope, complexity, and lethality. There are multiple sources of violence in Iraq: the Sunni Arab insurgency, al Qaeda and affiliated jihadist groups, Shiite militias and death squads, and organized criminality. Sectaria

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