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The Jihad Files: Qaeda's Grocery Lists and Manuals of Killing, Turning out Guerrillas and Terrorists to Wage a Holy WarThe New York Times uses more than "5,000 pages of documents found in training camps and safe houses in Afghanistan to paint an unprecedented picture of how Al Qaeda functioned and trained its recruits."
Time Magazine tells the life story of the American Taliban John Walker Lindh, who grew up as a "quiet, bright young boy" from the suburbs. In Oct. 2002 Lindh was set to be sentenced to a maximum of 20 years in prison on terror charges. "For once, we could see why he would change the liberal comforts of Marin County, California, for the simplified, un-airconditioned means by which he lived in Afghanistan," states the contest entry questionnaire.
An investigation by WJW-TV in Cleveland reveals that Imam Fawaz Damra, a prominent Muslim in the area, helped Osama Bin Laden set up the Alkifah Refugee Center, bin Ladin's first base of operations in the United States.
CNN investigates Osama Bin Ladin, a Saudi multimillionaire who has threatened a holy war against U.S. troops stationed in Saudi Arabia.