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By Angel Rabasa, Peter Chalk, Kim Cragin, Sara A. Daly, HEather S. Gregg

Examines violent terrorist teams that, whereas no longer officially allied with al-Qaeda, may pose a possibility to americans now or sooner or later and to the protection of our associates and allies. The authors convey how terrorists use felony corporations and connections to finance their actions, they usually determine particular thoughts to neutralize or mitigate those threats.

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S. influence specifically. 19 Strategic and Operational Objectives Until May 2000, Hezbollah’s primary objective was to remove the Israeli military presence from southern Lebanon. In addition, Hezbollah has gradually expanded its support base in Lebanon in order to gain political legitimacy and power. Yet unlike many of the Islamist militant groups, Hezbollah’s terrorist and guerrilla campaigns are directed outward toward Israel, rather than at its political adversaries inside Lebanon. 20 Hezbollah’s support for the Palestinian movement represents a final strategic objective.

But there are other important factors. For example, during the Gulf War, Arafat chose to side with Saddam Hussein. Hamas leaders, in contrast, openly criticized Saddam’s occupation of Kuwait. ” 51 For examples of such reports, see Ramati (1993), p. 2; and Emerson, (1992), p. 27. 22 Beyond al-Qaeda: The Outer Rings of the Terrorist Universe sponsorship (as in the case of Lebanese Hezbollah), these funds helped Hamas sustain its charitable and military activities. More important is the Hamas relationship with al-Fatah and the Palestinian Authority.

Indeed, in December 1992, former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin deported over 400 Palestinian activists to the Marj al-Zahur camp in southern Lebanon. Although Hamas members—including Dr. 38 Some analysts argue that the deportations actually caused the organization to become more militant. htm (as of March 10, 2006). 37 For more information on the evolution of Hamas, see Mishal and Sela (2000). 38 Jarbawi and Heacock (1993), pp. 32–45. See also Bedein (1999). 40 Hamas’s campaign of violence is aimed at the Israeli government and population, not the United States or other allies.

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