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Terrorism / Florida / Al-Arian #708592

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 22, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Miami: Mark Potter) The controversy surrounding University of South Florida professor Sami al-Arian†, who has espoused passionate views about the Palestinian occupation & has been investigated for terrorist ties, featured; details given of the question of whether al-Arian used his charity to transfer money to terrorist groups. [Al-ARIAN - asks if he has rights; denies having anything to do with terrorist activities.] [University president Judy GENSHAFT†- says al-Arian has abused his position.] [American Assn. of University Professors Mary BURGAN†- defends al-Arian's rights.] [American Jewish Committee David HARRIS†- says this about al-Arian's connection to a banned terrorist group.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Potter, Mark
Duration:
00:03:40

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