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Dozens of people from the
who fought in Syria
have returned home and are under FBI surveillance, but American officials fear
that they haven't identified all of them, several senior officials told ABC
News in interviews beginning last October.
The senior officials said that more than 50 “
persons” — a designation that covers both natural-born and naturalized citizens
as well as those who have lived in the U.S.
— have returned here after battling Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime
in the Middle Eastern nation's bloody civil war (a lot of news clips here).
One of the senior counter-terrorism officials went further, saying the actual number of returning U.S. fighters from Syria is classified but is “much higher” than 50.
Not all of those who have returned are considered “Jihadis” who adhere to the anti-U.S. violent ideology espoused by the late al-Qaeda leader Osama bin-Laden, but many are suspected of such sympathies, officials say.
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