From overseas there was a pair of unusual insights into the global war on terrorism. ABC's Jim Sciutto snared Exclusive access to the inmates of the Swaaka maximum security prison in Jordan where dozens of foreign militants who joined the anti-US insurgency in Iraq are incarcerated: "Iraq was a magnet for us because we felt our own home had been invaded," one Jordanian guerrilla explained.
NBC's Jim Maceda went In Depth into the "sanctuary" of Waziristan, along the north-western frontier between Pakistan and Afghanistan, which is out of the control of the central government in Islamabad: three years of Pakistani offensives "have failed." Maceda quoted Faqir Mohammed, a local imam, pledging to continue fighting until "infidels" leave "Moslem lands."
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