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Bashar al-Akhras next to a photo of his father in Amman, Jordan.

In Arab world, Zarqawi tactics bred disgust

Killing of Muslims fed rifts, many say

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / June 12, 2006

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AMMAN, Jordan -- Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's unyielding, lethal anti-Americanism initially won him accolades across the Arab world. But his terror campaign ultimately killed far more Islamic civilians than Americans, turning the wave of early support into a tide of revulsion among many Arab Muslims. (Full article: 1019 words)

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