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Iran's Proxies: State Sponsored Terrorism in the Middle East

  title={Iran's Proxies: State Sponsored Terrorism in the Middle East},
  author={Nathaniel F. Manni},
Iran’s use of terrorist proxies throughout the Middle East, Central Asia and South America has continued since the Islamic Revolution of 1979. Not only is Iran currently the number one state sponsor of terrorism, it has continued to pursue this policy despite international condemnation and will continue to do so unless effective policy is implemented that will force Iran into compliance. The especially disturbing aspect of this sponsorship is not the flagrancy with which Iran provides support… 
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