Families of detainees wait in hope that their loved ones will be amongst those released, as 594 detainees are released from U.S. and Iraqi run prisons around Iraq, including Abu Ghraib, at the main bus station in central Baghdad, Iraq Wednesday, June 7, 2006. The move has been seen as an apparent effort to appease anger in the Sunni Arab minority over allegations of random detentions and mistreatment of prisoners. A UN report last month calculated there were 28,700 detainees in Iraq

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  1. I hope these released prisoners don’t decide to attack our warriors again.
    I think that we have made too many concessions to the sunni’s.
    Especially since many of them are insurgents/terrorists, or supporters of those scumbags.
    That’s my opinion anyway.

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