Quiet in Haditha

  • 1023080945_M_102308_harrigan5.jpg
    Haditha was once one of Iraq's most dangerous cities. U.S. troops there are now seeing many signs of progress, but little combat.

    FNC
  • 1023080945_M_102308_harrigan.jpg
    Navy Chaplain Fr. Paul Shaughnessy says he hears very different prayers and concerns from U.S. troops in Haditha, who no longer see much combat in what was once Iraq's most dangerous area.

    FNC
  • 1023080945_M_102308_harrigan2.jpg
    U.S. officials say the tide turned in Haditha when Iraqi civilians began rejecting those who bombed hospitals for those who put CAT scans in them.

    FNC
  • 1023080945_M_102308_harrigan3.jpg
    Iraqi girls are going to school in Haditha, where just a year ago they could have been shot for getting an education.

    FNC
  • 1023080945_M_102308_harrigan4.jpg
    Haditha, which was once a battlefield, is now flourishing with shops, including the matchmaker pictured above.

    FNC
  • 1023080945_M_102308_harrigan6.jpg
    Haditha, which was once a battlefield, is now revitalized and secure.

    FNC
  • 1023080945_M_102308_harrigan7.jpg
    Haditha, which was once a battlefield, is now rebuilding city-wide.

    FNC

 

 

Advertisement

Slideshows

Close