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Though the war on terrorism is far from over, the FBI has made a great deal of progress in concert with its many partners. The following represent a summary of key achievements from September 11, 2001, to January 2003.

Worldwide efforts

  • The war on terror has led to the capture of more than 3,000 Al-Qa'ida leaders and foot soldiers around the world.
  • The FBI has worked closely with the Treasury Department and other partners to target 62 organizations and freeze $125 million in assets worldwide used to fund terrorist activities.

U.S. Successes/Disruptions

  • In the United States, nearly 200 suspected terrorist associates have been charged with crimes as the result of FBI investigations.
  • Through criminal, intelligence, and terrorism prevention efforts, FBI investigations have disrupted alleged terrorist cells in Buffalo, Detroit, and Portland and led to the arrest of 18 suspected terrorists.
  • Working closely with the Department of Immigration and Naturalization Services, the FBI has identified and deported nearly 500 individuals in violation of U.S. law.

Joining the War on Terrorism with the War on Drugs

  • In November 2002, joint investigations of the FBI and the Drug Enforcement Administration resulted in four individuals being charged in a $25 million drugs-for-weapons scheme and three individuals being indicted for trading drugs for anti-aircraft missiles, which they said they planned to sell to Al-Qa’ida forces in Afghanistan.

Civil Rights

  • While protecting America, the FBI has taken strong action to prevent vigilantism against Muslim, Sikh, and Arab Americans. Since September 11, the FBI has investigated more than 360 cases, sending a clear message that such actions will not be tolerated.
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