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Rights and Wrongs features an extended excerpt from "The Yellow Wasps," a documentary film directed by Ilan Ziv and produced by Rory O'Connor. It tells the story of Serbian paramilitary groups killing Muslims as a means of ethnic cleansing in the town of Zvornik. Because the Muslims had no organized army in Zvornik the Yellow Wasps had free reign to do as they pleased. (May, June 1995)
A CNN documentary reports that the key suspects in the World Trade Center bombing had one thing in common-the Afghan War against the Soviet Union. The documentary shows that the war brought the terrorists together and strengthened their Islamic extremism. It also found that the training for the bombers was funded indirectly by money from the CIA, which had been supporting the Afghan resistance against the Soviets, Jan. 16, 1994.
Washington Post details the origins, nature and interrelations of violent Islamic movements around the world; finds that most are a part of a loose international network inspired, trained and often financed by sheiks, foundations, government agencies and freelance activists throughout the Persian Gulf and the United States.