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News Briefing: Five Convicted in Terrorism Financing Trial

By Kate Golden on November 25, 2008No Comment
  • Five leaders of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development were convicted on all 108 criminal counts against them, including support of terrorism.  [New York Times]
  • The Gates Foundation expects to slow the planned growth in its grant making in 2009 in response to the troubled economy.  [Associated Press]
  • Many nonprofits will not know the full impact of the economic downturn until they count receipts in January, after the holiday season.  [Washington Post]
  • Supporters of the Holy Land Foundation defendants accuse the U.S. government of fear-mongering.  [Dallas Morning News]
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