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In Jordanian Case, Hints of Iraq Jihad Networks

Zaid Horani, a young Jordanian, did not have much to show for the trip he made to fight the American troops as they were closing in on Baghdad in April 2003, except a few light chest wounds from a rocket-propelled grenade that exploded during a training session. But it was on that trip that he began making a fateful series of acquaintances with others interested in waging jihad, or holy war, and who eventually helped him set up a ring to recruit and train Jordanians to kill Americans and their allies in Iraq, according to papers filed in a state security court here in July. Full Story

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