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As history tells us, there are reasons to be cautious about the claims that the Iraqi city of Fallujah is freed from Isis control.
In two street protests in , the American 82nd Airborne managed to kill 19 Iraqi civilians. They claimed — like the British 1st Parachute Regiment in Derry in — that they had been fired on by the protestors, but human rights groups said they could find no evidence of this. Nor could journalists who visited the scene.
Come early , and four armed American mercenaries in Fallujah, betrayed by a local Fallujah cop, were hauled from their vehicles and murdered. The Americans denied using white phosphorous in the battle — then admitted they had indeed used phosphorous. And when Iraqi mothers in the city subsequently suffered a small a plague of stillborn and grossly deformed babies, their families blamed this on the use of American phosphorous shells.
But in , the Americans claimed they had discovered evidence of torture chambers in Fallujah and freed at least two hostages, one of them the chauffeur of a French journalist. There was no reason for surprise. Fallujah had become "resistance city" for the army of rebels — Saddam veterans, foreign fighters and a growing al-Qaeda force in Iraq — over many months.
The lessons were put to swift use. Fallujah was not a beheading centre, but it was an untamable city. In , I visited the families of the malformed but still living children born after "Phantom Fury" — all bravely saying that they would care for their sons and daughters until they died because they were a gift from God — but my journeys around the city were guarded by black-uniformed Iraqi cops. So when Isis overran Mosul three years later, Tikrit, Fallujah and the neighbouring city of Ramadi were bound to return to Sunni rebel rule, although many of the armed groups were tribesmen rather than Isis members.