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Terrorism Suspect to Fight Loss of College Job

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Terrorism Suspect to Fight Loss of College Job

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Terrorism Suspect to Fight Loss of College Job

Terrorism Suspect to Fight Loss of College Job

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Sami al-Arian, accused of heading the Palestinian Islamic Jihad's U.S. activities, says he will sue the University of South Florida for dismissing him. Al-Arian, a computer engineering professor, had been on forced leave for more than a year before his recent federal indictment. NPR's Greg Allen reports.

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