Middle East Overview

April 2003
Patterns of Global Terrorism;2003, p52
Government Documents
The article presents an overview on the effort of the Middle East to fight global terrorism. It is stated that most Middle Eastern countries showed significant cooperation with the U.S.-led campaign against terrorism. The Middle Eastern allies of the U.S. have prevented terrorist incidents against U.S. interests and citizens, and disrupted terrorist planning and operations. In fact, most Middle East governments froze the al-Qaida financial assets under the UN Council Resolutions. INSET: US Missionaries Killed in Yemen.


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