Sheik Abdul Sattar Abu Reesha, a Sunni who was a kay factor in forming a Sunni coalition in Anbar province to crack down on Al Qaeda activity was killed by a roadside bomb. While it is unclear as to whether Al Qaeda or a rival faction was behind the bombing, one thing seems abundantly clear - brother once again kills brother. How can we expect to bring peace to a region where inter-faction aggresion is de rigeur, and has been for centuries? How much blood must be spilled before people will see that violence and aggression do not solve anything? Isn't the fact that we've been practicing it long enough to have perfected violenace and agression, and still have a world full of strife, enough?