Left Out

Beinart, Peter
January 2002
New Republic;1/14/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 1, p6
Discusses the political aspects of Islamic terrorism in South Africa. Discussion of Muslims who formed the People Against Gangsterism and Drugs to demand action from the South African government against corruption and gang violence, and who intimidated and executed gang leaders; Financing for the Law Enforcement Academy for Southern Africa, with an aim of anti-terrorism and anti-crime; Opposition of Taliban against gender and sexual liberation.


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