Three people were killed Sunday when gunmen stormed a Sunni mosque in west Baghdad during a 25-minute clash. According to the AP, police said attackers hit the al-Nour mosque in Baghdad's Jihad neighborhood and fought with mosque guards.
The imam pf the mosque told reporters that "a gang using ten cars stormed the mosque." He said the cars are like those used by Iraq's Interior Ministry.
Meanwhile, pressure is growing on Iraq's prime minister to step down. The Sunnis blame the prime minister for failing to control Shiite militiamen who attacked Sunni mosques and clerics after the Feb. 22 bombing of a Shiite shrine in the central city of Samarra.