Tolerating Terrorism in the West: An International Survey

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Index
2nd June Movement 33 , 45
22nd March Committee 97
84/85 Offensive 49

a
abertzales 1
Action Directe (AD) 1 , 25 ;
joint communiqué with RAF 49 ;
links with CCC 95-6 , 101
aircraft:
explosives on 65 , 132 ;
hijacks 42 , 47
Akkerman, Pierre 94
Aktionsgemeinschaft Nationaler Sozialisten (ANS/NA) 54-5
Al-Fajer64
Al-Fatah 65 , 67
Al Hamishmar75
Ali Agca, Mehemet 121-2
Allende, Salvador 117 , 123
Allgemeine Studenten Ausschuss (AStA) 51
Alternative KAS 11 , 17 , 26
Alvarez-Costales, José 100
America see United States of America
amnesty:
Basque terrorists 17-20 , 159 ;
Jewish terrorists 80-88 , 160 ;
PLO 66
Amnesty International 73
anonimity granted to Jewish Underground members 82
ANS/NA (Aktionsgemeinschaft Nationaler Sozialisten) 54-5
anti-semitism 130 , 152 ;
see also Jews;
neo-Nazi groups
anti-terrorist legislation:
Israel 150 ;
Italy 110 ;
Spain 18 , 25 , 28
Arab League 70
Arab Revolt, (1936-9) 60
Arab states:
collaboration with Italy 127 ;
as lobby for PLO 68-9
Arafat, Yassir 65
Arbenz, Jacobo 117
arms:
smuggling 45-6 , 53 ;
trade in 132
Association for the Families of the Arrested 87
Audran, René 49
Aust, Stefan 39 , 45 , 48
Austria 125-7
Autonomous Basque Community 10 , 11
autonomy legislation (1979 Basque region) 14 , 26
Awad, Muhammed 64

b
Baader, Andreas 42 , 47 , 52
Baader-Meinhof Gang 37 , 40 , 48
bank raids:
CCC 95 ;
Kexel-Hepp Group 55 ;
RAF 36
Bari drugs trial 131-2
Basque National Party (PNV) 3 , 5 , 9 , 27-8
Basque region 1-32
Bavaria 127
Bay of Pigs 117
Beckurts, Karlheinz 50
Begin, Menachem 77
Ben-Gurion 80

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