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Study cites seeds of terror in Iraq

War radicalized most, probes find

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / July 17, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- New investigations by the Saudi Arabian government and an Israeli think tank -- both of which painstakingly analyzed the backgrounds and motivations of hundreds of foreigners entering Iraq to fight the United States -- have found that the vast majority of these foreign fighters are not former terrorists and became radicalized by the war itself. (Full article: 1557 words)

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