So let's see: They've engulfed a country in an ongoing civil war, installed an unelected bunch of lackies who can only express "concern" at injured unarmed Iraqis being shot, raized a city down to the ground, already threatened to storm Shia's holies site, and now storm the most important Sunni mosque in Iraq.
What's the charge? Just like the reason for banning Al Jazeera, this new, fair minded, popularly elected government that is comprised from all spectrum of Iraqi society cited "inciting violence." Not for commiting acts of violence; No, just "inciting violence." i.e. Basically expressing a view opposed to that of the occupying force. Yes, there is freedom of speech nowadays in Iraq. You are free to say how bad Saddam was, and to say how good the current government is.