Blanford, Nicholas
November 2001
Middle East;Nov2001, Issue 317, p20
Focuses on the stance of the United States government against Hizbullah, a Lebanese organization in relation to the issue on terrorism. Opinion of President George W. Bush on the activities of Hizbullah; Plans of US to retaliate against terrorist perpetrators; Reaction of Hizbullah on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.


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