Abdeen Jabara papers: 1956-1994 (Majority of material found within 1968-2003)
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Terrorism: Pre and Post 9/11 [subseries]

This topical file pertains to national and international responses to terrorism, pre and post September 11th. Subsections highlight particular individuals, organizations, regions, and facets of terrorism, for example, Post 9/11 Al Qaeda.

 
Abu Marzook

Abu Marzook was born in the Gaza Strip and traveled to the United States to earn his PhD in Industrial Engineering. While living in the U.S., Marzook became involved with Hamas, a Palestinian militant Islamic group. Marzook was elected as Chairman of the Hamas Political Bureau and subsequently moved to Jordan (1991) where he was suspected of planning numerous terrorist attacks. In 1995, Marzook was arrested in the U.S., and Israel requested his extradition. Ultimately, Israel decided not to extradite Marzook and he was deported to Jordan, but was later deported in 1999.

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Litigation/Legal Documents 1995-1997
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Litigation/Legal Documents (cont.) 1995-1997
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Petition/Call to Action
 
Publications
 
Journal Articles and Papers
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Ahmad Rashad's Politics and Justice: The Case of Musa Abu Marzuq (United Association for Studies and Research) 1995-10
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Dr. Musa Abu Marzuq: The Man, the Movement, and the Affair
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Terror for a 'Noble' Cause: The Case Against Hamas Leader Musa Abu Marzuq (Anti-Defamation League) 1996
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Newspaper and Magazine Articles 1995-1997
 
Anti-Muslim Reaction
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Newspaper Articles 1995-2000
 
Base in London
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Newspaper Articles 2001-2002
 
Charities
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New York Times - "Some Charities Suspected of Terrorist Role" 2000
 
Chechnya

A federal republic of Russia, Chechnya has a complicated history with Russia. Separatist forces continue to advocate for an independent state, and terrorism has been utilized. For example, in October of 2002, Chechen rebels attacked a Moscow theater and held around 900 civilians hostage.

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Newspaper Articles 1999
 
Mahmoud Salim
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Extradition 2000-05-18
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G-203 to G-233: Travels 1998-09-16
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G-252 to G-284: Conditions/Family 1998-09-21
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G-299 to G-328: Telephone Numbers and Friends 1998-09-23
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G-329 to G-341 1998-09-24
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G-352 to G-377 1998-09-28
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Passport - translation 1997
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Personnel Document on Salim's Father (Joann) 1993-2000
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Salim Affidavit 2000-05-01
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Search 1998-09-17
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Travel - Hotel Receipts 1995
 
Mustapha Elnore (Seif)

From New Jersey, Mustapha Elnore was charged with perjury during a grand jury investigation into the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Mustapha was also alleged of conspiring to assassinate Rabbi Meir Kahane, as well as being connected to a circle of Brooklyn-based Arab militants in the early 1990s.

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Legal Documents
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Newspaper Articles 1999
 
Osama Bin Laden
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Newspaper and Magazine Articles 2001-2002
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Web Articles 1998-2002
 
Pre 9/11 Al Qaeda
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Newspaper and Web Articles 2001-2002
 
Pre 9/11 Terror
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Newspaper and Magazine Articles 1997-2002
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Newspaper and Magazine Articles (cont.) 1997-2002
 
Post 9/11 Al Qaeda
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Newspaper and Web Articles 2001-2002
 
Post 9/11 Global Response
 
Cuba - Fidel Castro
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Speech Given on September 11, 2001
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Speech Given in Response to September 11 (September 22, 2001)
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Newspaper Articles 2001-2002
 
Terror Attack
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Newspaper and Web Articles 2001
 
Terror Group Lists
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"U.S. Revises List of Terror Groups" (newspaper article)
 
Reyati, Bassam

The Uncle of Rashid Baz, who shot at a van of Chabad-Lubavitch Orthodox Jewish students traveling on the Brooklyn Bridge. The shooting killed one student and injured three others. Bassam Reyati owned the car Baz used to commit the crime. He was convicted of concealing evidence and was sentenced to 5 years of probation and a $1,000 fine.

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Correspondence 1999
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Legal Documents 1998-1999
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Sabra and Shatila Massacre: The Crimes of Brigadier General Amos Yaron (binder)

The massacre, which killed between 762 and 3,500 civilians – Palestinian and Lebanese Shiites – was carried out by a militia connected to the Kataeb Party, with help from Israeli allies. The Party claimed that the motive of the massacre was the assassination of Bachir Gemayel, the leader of the Lebanese Kataeb Party.

 
Sudan
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Aftermath of Al-Shifa Pharmaceutical Factory Bombing (photographs) (12 photographs)
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Correspondence and Memorandums 1925-1999
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Legal Documents 1994-1999
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Newspapers and Articles 1997-1999