First, as the number of bombings go up, and as the fear escalates to the point where a rumor of a suicide bomber turns into a stampede killing over 1000, I wonder how long a Shiite can live with the fact that a sunni is living next to him. I wonder how long until a shiite wont live in the same city as a sunni. I wonder what it will be like when Americans start to leave, and the Iraqi army has to fend for itself. When that happens, I wonder how long the Iraqi government will put up with daily car bombings and stick to the belief that it is wrong to put an entire sect of a religon into interment camps. I wonder how long it will take before the iraqi army decides it it okay to quarantine entire neighborhoods and cities with the intent to do so for years. Is this not a small scale civil war right now? What differentiates an insurgency from a civil war? The scale of fatalities? The types of warfare? As it stands, hundreds of civilians die every month. The iraqi army created under US guidance is made up of and dominated by shiites, and the insurgency is made of and dominated by the sunnis. Arent these two factions at war? I dont get it. Lots of rambling here, sorry.