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In Jordanian town, radical Islam thrives

Government crackdown, lack of jobs called factors

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / November 13, 2005

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(Clarification: A Page One story about Jordan on Sunday referred to the Arabian Gulf in describing the body of water that borders Iran to the east and Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries to the west. While most Arab countries refer to the gulf by that name, the United Nations and the US government join Iran in calling it the ... (Full article: 1454 words)

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