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World-Wide Terrorism:
A Collection of Resources

Because of the recent bombings of the U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania and because of graphic threats to strike against other American interests around the world, on August 20, 1998, President Clinton ordered the U.S. military to strike targets in Afghanistan and Sudan. These targets were important to Osama bin Laden, an anti-American millionaire who has vowed to "to send more dead bodies back to Washington."

Most Americans (and many other people around the world) had never heard of bin Laden before the recent terrorist bombings and U.S. counterattacks. Indeed, most of us have a very limited knowledge of the personalities and organizations involved in world terrorism. Since we are likely to be involved with a struggle against terrorists such as bin Laden for many years to come, there is a need to make readily available sources of information about the activities of terrorists in the world today.

The purpose of this site is to collect in one convenient place some of the best Internet resources concerning world-wide terrorism.