Terrorism: A Smoking Gun Points at Libya

A Smoking Gun Points at Libya

Three weeks after terrorists attacked the Greek excursion vessel City of Poros, killing nine people and wounding 98, the identity and motivation of the attackers remain unknown. But last week a clue emerged when Greek police disclosed that some of the weapons used in the Poros shootings were originally sold to the Libyan army in 1976.

The disclosure gave some credence to speculation that the City of Poros attack was carried out by members of Abu Nidal's terrorist organization. Police suspect that the leader of the raid was Hejab Jaballah, an Abu Nidal confederate whose last known residence was Tripoli. Jaballah...

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