The Independent June 11, 2007). Sahar al-Haideri, mother of 3 and one of over 100 Iraqi journalists murdered by international jihadists of the ‘Islamic State of Iraq’, worked for the Institute for War and Peace Reporting.
"When she arrived at the area of the ambush the brothers rained her with bullets from their machine-guns killing her instantly," Ansar al-Sunna said. It added that it had found the telephone numbers of policemen on her mobile phone, citing this as evidence that "she was an agent for the apostate police and the government of the apostate [Prime Minister, Nouri] al-Maliki."
When colleagues called Mrs al-Haideri's phone after she was murdered it was answered by an insurgent who said "she went to hell".