Fadhal, Baghdad, the Iraqi Islamic Party office attacked because the party decided to no longer continue in the "no" campaign.
Iraqi army Maj. Salman Abdul Yahid:
"This attack by insurgents against the Islamic Party was expected because of its new stand toward the referendum. Insurgents had threatened to attack the group and its leaders to get revenge."
A compromise between Shiite, Kurdish and Sunni representatives has been reached. The future parliament will be able to adopt amendments to the constitution.
Osama al-Najafi, Industry Minister and Sunni member in Iraq's Cabinet:
"If the Iraqis are given the opportunity to vote freely, they will say no. The constitution does not represent the aspirations of all Iraqi people."
All civilian vehicles will be banned on Saturday.
Iraq's borders and its international airport in Baghdad have been closed recently.
Government offices and schools are closed today, as a national holiday is undergoing.
Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, Shiite cleric, has directed his followers to approve the constitution.
Faisal Galab, a Sunni Arab sheik:
"I will vote 'yes' so as to isolate the troublemakers. I have asked my family and clan to vote 'yes.'"
Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch, U.S. military spokesman:
"The insurgents have declared war on democracy and they're going to conduct horrific acts of violence."
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One of the tankers hit a land mine while passing by the airport. Two drivers have been injured. The remains of the tankers are currently stationed inside a military base.
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