From Abu Ghraib The Politics of Torture by Mark Danner:
The young man [Salih] listened, answered patiently . . . but soon became impatient
. . .pushed his face close to mine and spoke to me slowly and emphatically:
"For Fallujans it is a shame to have foreigners
break down their doors. It is a shame for them to have foreigners stop and search their women. It is
a shame for the foreigners to put a bag over their heads, to make a man lie on the ground with your shoe on his neck.
This is a great shame, you understand? This is a great shame for the whole tribe.
It is the duty of that man, and of that tribe,
to get revenge on this soldier -- to kill that man. Their duty is to attack them, to wash the shame.
The shame is a stain, a dirty thing; they have to wash it. No sleep -- we cannot sleep until we have
revenge. They have to kill soldiers.
The Americans provoke the people. They
don't respect the people."