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Seattle Pacific University Professor of History


Middle East Specialist

Seattle Pacific University


Teacher

George Mason University


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www.thefalcononline.com

Don Holsinger, professor of history and SPU's Middle East specialist, said his emotional response is tempered by recognition that al-Qaida or other bin Laden supporters may strike back against the U.S.
Facts about bin Laden's final days - his whereabouts, his role in al-Qaida and his death - will continue to surface in the coming days and weeks, Holsinger said.


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Seattle Pacific University, Department of History, Professor Don Holsinger, Fall 2006


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Seattle Pacific University, Department of History, Professor Don Holsinger, Fall 2006


www.thefalcononline.com

Don Holsinger, professor of history and SPU's Middle East specialist, said his emotional response is tempered by recognition that al-Qaida or other bin Laden supporters may strike back against the U.S.
Facts about bin Laden's final days - his whereabouts, his role in al-Qaida and his death - will continue to surface in the coming days and weeks, Holsinger said.


sandytolan.com

Seattle Pacific University, Department of History, Professor Don Holsinger, Fall 2006


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