February 19, 2013

Why Europe Won't Name Terrorists

Benny Avni, New York Post

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Under pressure from Washington, Europe is finally edging toward calling one of the world’s leading terrorist organizations a . . . well, terrorist organization.

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TAGGED: Europe, Terrorism, Hezbollah, Bulgaria

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