February 24, 2013

Terror in Plain Sight

New York Daily News, NY Daily News

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The European Union has long mulled the question: Should it, the world’s largest economy, formally declare Hezbollah a terrorist group? Should the continent’s authorities systematically choke off Hezbollah’s extensive European fund-raising networks?

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TAGGED: Hassan Nasrallah, European Union, Hezbollah, Bulgaria

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