Terrorism Arrests Federal authorities arrest four people in Florida and Illinois on charges of financing and supporting terrorism. Attorney General John Ashcroft links the four to Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and says University of South Florida professor Sami Amin Al-Arian is the U.S. leader of a group blamed for suicide bombings in the Middle East. NPR's Greg Allen reports.
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Professor Among Four Arrested on Terrorism Charges

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Professor Among Four Arrested on Terrorism Charges

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Professor Among Four Arrested on Terrorism Charges

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Federal authorities arrest four people in Florida and Illinois on charges of financing and supporting terrorism. Attorney General John Ashcroft links the four to Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and says University of South Florida professor Sami Amin Al-Arian is the U.S. leader of a group blamed for suicide bombings in the Middle East. NPR's Greg Allen reports.