A Chronology of U.S.-Middle East Relations
Powell, Sara, McMahon, Janet, Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
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Jan. 1: As Israeli President Moshe Katsav and Prime Minister Ariel Sharon publicly disagreed on policy toward the Palestinians, Israeli tanks raided a village near Jenin.
*Egyptian state television launched a Hebrew-language program.
*Iran denied U.S. allegations of ties with al-- Qaeda and Osama bin Laden.
*U.S. Marines secured an abandoned Taliban position west of Kandahar.
*Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf cut support to non-indigenous Islamic groups fighting in Kashmir.
Jan. 2: The Pentagon announced that Taliban intelligence chief Qari Ahmadullah had been killed by U.S. bombing on Dec. 27.
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Publication information: Article title: A Chronology of U.S.-Middle East Relations. Contributors: Powell, Sara - Author, McMahon, Janet - Author. Magazine title: Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. Volume: 21. Issue: 3 Publication date: April 2002. Page number: 99+. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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