Purvis, Andrew; Slatina, Senad
July 2002
Time International (South Pacific Edition);7/1/2002, Issue 25, p36
Focuses on investigations into the possible financing of terrorist organizations by various private benefactors in Balkan countries. Deportation of suspected terrorists who worked for Islamic charity organizations operating from Bosnia and other Balkan countries; How charities may aid such activities by appearing to be above suspicion; Criticism of such investigations, which may unfairly target Muslim organizations; Relationship between benefactor Enaam Arnaout and Osama bin Laden.


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