Operation Boulder and Infringements of Civil Liberties
This chapter examines the federal government’s violations of Arab Americans’ civil liberties with attention to the Nixon administration’s program Operation Boulder, instituted after the murders by Palestinian commandos of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. The program instituted rigorous checks on Arab immigrants’ visas, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Immigration and Naturalization Service Arab American activists and Arab students for connections to terrorism.
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