1. Various of street scenes
2. Various of policeman conducting traffic
4. Headline reading''al-Zarqawi detonating two suicide bomber in Hillah, killing 27 people and injuring more than 100 others''
5. VOX POP (Arabic): Saad Khalid:
''As far as I'm concerned, he (al-Zarqawi) is wounded. And if he isn't injured today, he will be injured tomorrow, and if he isn't killed today, he will be killed tomorrow. However, we should root out terrorism.''
6. VOX POP (Arabic): Abu Nasser:
''If he (al-Zarqawi) was injured or not, or if he was killed or not, this won't affect Iraqis. Al-Zarqawi has probably more than one replacement. We call upon all Iraqi people with all their sects to support each other and back up the new government.''
7. Various street scenes
Another suspected communication from militant leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi left some Iraqis unmoved Tuesday.
In an audiotape purportedly made by al-Zarqawi - the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq - he assured Osama bin Laden that he was in good health after being wounded in a fire fight with US troops.
There was no way to confirm that the voice was that of Jordanian-born al-Zarqawi, but the recording was carried by a Web site frequently used by militant Islamic groups, and the voice sounded similar to that previously attributed to al-Zarqawi.
In the message, the speaker asked al-Qaida leader bin Laden for guidance on conducting resistance.
"We would like to assure you that we are continuing on the path of jihad, we are committed to our pledge," the speaker said. "We will either win or die trying."
In an apparent claim of responsibility for a double suicide bombing in Hillah Monday that killed at least 27 Iraqi police, al-Zarqawi's al-Qaida in Iraq movement said in an Internet statement that one of its members carried out an attack "against a group of special Iraqi forces."
The statement's authenticity could not be verified.
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