Chapter 3 -- Terrorist Safe Havens

April 2005
Country Reports on Terrorism;2005, p5
Government Documents
Book Chapter
Chapter 3 of the book "Country Reports on Terrorism, April 2005" is presented. It describes a terrorist safe haven. It states that denying terrorists safe haven plays a major role in undermining terrorists' capacity to operate effectively. It cites conditions that terrorists exploit to create allies or to generate a permissive operating environment. It surveys the status of selected potential and physical safe havens worldwide.


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