Bulgaria: On Alert

Alexandrova, Polia
December 2003
Transitions Online;12/8/2003, pN.PAG
Provides information on a warning issued by a former head of the Bulgarian Islamic community that his successor is not doing enough to prevent radical Wahabbi Muslims from foreign countries from spreading Islamic fundamentalism. Overview of the illegal activities of Muslims; Possibilities of terrorist attacks; Accusations that the country is a host to terrorist.


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