Hussein Ali Shukar, who sells frozen juice at a popular park along the Tigris River in Baghdad, on Saturday, May 2, 2009, said-he saw-no drop-off in business in March and April, when large-scale bombings have increased in Iraq. "I think it will have to get worse for people to really be afraid," he said. "Even if we are worried, we are used to explosions." (Corinne Reilly/MCT)
Hussein Ali Shukar, who sells frozen juice at a popular park along the Tigris River in Baghdad, on Saturday, May 2, 2009, said-he saw-no drop-off in business in March and April, when large-scale bombings have increased in Iraq. "I think it will have to get worse for people to really be afraid," he said. "Even if we are worried, we are used to explosions." (Corinne Reilly/MCT) Corinne Reilly / MCT
Hussein Ali Shukar, who sells frozen juice at a popular park along the Tigris River in Baghdad, on Saturday, May 2, 2009, said-he saw-no drop-off in business in March and April, when large-scale bombings have increased in Iraq. "I think it will have to get worse for people to really be afraid," he said. "Even if we are worried, we are used to explosions." (Corinne Reilly/MCT) Corinne Reilly / MCT

In Baghdad, Iraqis fear return of sectarian bloodshed

May 03, 2009 12:01 AM