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KEY POINTS
INTRODUCTION
NARCOTICS-FUNDED TERRORIST/EXTREMIST GROUPS IN LATIN AMERICA
Key Points
ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALIST GROUPS OPERATING IN LATIN AMERICA
Introduction
The Triborder Region: Sociocultural and Geographical Environment
The Islamic Fundamentalist Presence in the Triborder Region: Background
Radicalization of Mosques in the Triborder Region
The Triborder Region: A Funding Source for Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorism?
Suspected al Qaeda Cells in the Triborder Region
Clandestine Telephone Exchanges Used by Extremists
Alleged Operatives of Islamic Fundamentalist Groups in the Triborder Region
Barakat, Assad Ahmad Mohamad (Hizballah)
Fayad, Sobhi Mahmoud (Hizballah)
Mehri, Ali Khalil (Hizballah)
Mukhlis, El Said Hassan Ali Mohamed (Al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya)
Yassine, Salah Abdul Karim (Hamas)
ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALIST ACTIVITIES ELSEWHERE IN LATIN AMERICA
Chile
The Arrest of an Islamic Jihad Terrorist in Colombia
Iranian Government Ties to the FARC
Islamic Fundamentalist Ties to the FARC
Suspected Hizballah Cells in Maicao
Uruguay
Venezuela
Suspected Hizballah/Al Qaeda Cells on Margarita Island
The Farhad Brothers’ Hizballah-Linked Money-Laundering Operation
INDIGENOUS NARCO-TERRORIST GROUPS OPERATING IN LATIN AMERICA
Colombia
Official U.S. Views on Drug Financing of Colombian Terrorists
Revenues Derived From the Drug Trade
Drug Production in Guerrilla- or Paramilitary-Controlled Territory
The FARC’s Opium Production
Counternarcotics Operations
Rural
Urban
The FARC’s Brazilian Mafia Connection
FARC Connections with Other Drug-Trafficking Cartels
Peru
Shining Path Involvement in the Narcotics Trade: Background
The Shining Path’s Opium Production
CONCLUDING POINTS
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Hizballah and the Narcotics Trade
Terrorist/Extremist Groups and Narcotics
Money Laundering and Business Links
DRUG-FUNDED TERRORIST/EXTREMIST GROUPS IN CENTRAL ASIA
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU)
Narcotics Activity in Central Asia
Hizb-ut-Tahrir (HT)
THE ABU SAYYAF GROUP (ASG)
Background
Abdurajak Janjalani, ASG Founder
Structure of the ASG
Foreign and Domestic Financial Influence in the Abu Sayyaf
Kidnapping for Ransom
Drug Trafficking in Marijuana and Methamphetamine Hydrochloride
Aid from International Sources
Terrorist Organizations and Links to Abu Sayyaf
Al Qaeda
Lost Commands
Other International Links
APPENDIX
National Liberation Army (Ejército de Liberación Nacional—ELN)302
Profile of Hizballah304
Profile of the Liberation Army of Preševo, Medvedja, and Bujanovac (UCPMB)307
Profile of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU)308
Profile of the Abu Sayyaf Group309
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