Terrorist Cases Pop Up In Pacific Northwest

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Pete Seda of Ashland, Ore., was known as an arborist who tried to save trees and a defender of Islam, active in interfaith groups, says the Christian Science Monitor. Now, the man known as Pirouz Sedaghaty when he emigrated from Iran 30 years ago is suspected of helping a Saudi Arabia-based charity raise and launder
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