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Terrorist base south of border

Dec. 1, 2003: WND reported growing concerns among international law-enforcement authorities combating terrorism over a major influx into the Latin American nation of Paraguay of Arabic-speaking visitors carrying European passports.

Some of these “Europeans” could not even speak the language of their so-called mother land, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin, an online premium intelligence newsletter published by WND.

Many of the visitors and emigres travel to the triple border region where Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay meet. This region, often described as a lawless area, is nicknamed by some intelligence station agents as “The Muslim Triangle meeting zone.”

Information surrounding such activities arrived in the U.S. before Sept. 11, 2001, but failed to sound any alarms.

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