This looks like a prelude to civil war (or all out war against the occupation troops): This is from 12 noon CDT Sources: Al-Sadr supporters take over Najaf Wanted Iraqi cleric said to be at holy shrine BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Supporters of maverick Muslim cleric Moqtada al-Sadr controlled government, religious and security buildings in the holy city of Najaf early Tuesday evening, according to a coalition source in southern Iraq. The source said al-Sadr's followers controlled the governor's office, police stations and the Imam Ali mosque, one of Shia Muslim's holiest shrines. Iraqi police were negotiating to regain their stations, the source said. The source also said al-Sadr was busing followers into Najaf from Sadr City in Baghdad and that many members of his outlawed militia, Mehdi's Army, were from surrounding provinces. Business people are closing their shops and either leaving the city or hoarding their wares in their homes, the source said. Earlier Tuesday, fighting erupted on the northern side of Fallujah when a routine patrol came under fire. The Marines sent an Abrams tank and several Humvees to reinforce the patrol, along with helicopters. One Marine was seriously wounded and evacuated to a combat hospital. Also on Tuesday, U.S. Marines detained six Iraqis carrying explosives near an operational command post north of Fallujah, a Marine officer said. The officer said the material was intended to make homemade bombs. EDIT: Another story . . . Coalition crackdown on Sunni, Shiite rebels leaves dozens dead BAGHDAD (AFP) - Dozens of Iraqis and almost 20 coalition troops have been killed as US troops move against Sunni insurgents and crack down on Shiite rebels of firebrand cleric Moqtada Sadr, declared wanted for murder. The US military said Tuesday that four Marines died in Al-Anbar province, a hotbed of insurgents west of Baghdad.