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Taliban
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Usama b. Laden & Al-Qa'ida

Interviews with bin Laden:
> The Independent/Peter Fisk (1993)
> ABC News (1998)

> Coming to Grips with Jihad (Atlantic Monthly)

Encyclopedia of the Orient:
> al Qa'ida
> Usama b. Laden

> Who is Osama bin Laden (Center for Research on Globalisation)

Other Resource Pages

> Afghanistan, the Taliban, and the US (U.C. Berkeley)
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> Selected Internet Resources: Afghanistan (Libr. of Congress)

. September 11, 2001
and Its Aftermath


> Statements from Leading International Academic Organizations for the Academic Study of Islam, Religion, and Middle East

This web page is produced through the cooperation of over 50 professors of Islamic Studies and Middle Eastern Studies from the US and Canada. These scholars are members of the Study of Islam section at the American Academy of Religion, the largest international organization responsible for the academic study of religion.
The statements, images, and links are provided by the Study of Islam Section at the American Academy of Religion. The site is hosted at Colgate University, Hamilton, N.Y.
> American Arab Antidiscrimination Committee (ADC.org)

The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) is a civil rights organization committed to defending the rights of people of Arab descent and promoting their rich cultural heritage. ADC, which is non-sectarian, non- partisan is the largest Arab-American grassroots organization in the United States. It was founded in 1980 by former Senator James Abourezk. The sites features a wide array of resources relating to 9-11.
> Books for Understanding (AAUP)

To assist readers, journalists, teachers, and scholars, this site presents a bibliography of books from university and scholarly presses that shed light on some of the issues surrounding the events of September 11, 2001.


















Duke University | Asian & African Languages & Literature
Dept. of Religion | Franklin Center | International Studies
Location: http://www.duke.edu/web/muslimnets/mnc_sep11.html
Last update: Febr. 18, 2002
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