Jack Healy and Michael Schmidt preview it:

It is a date being discussed in Iraq’s tea shops, on television and in the streets with varying shades of hope, fear and cynicism. On Friday, thousands of Iraqis are planning to take to the streets for their own “day of rage,” hoping to harness the popular anger that has swept through much of the Middle East but has failed to gain much traction here.

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