President Bush froze the assets of a U.S. group accused of funding Hamas terrorists. U.S. officials said the freeze would apply to the Texas-based Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development. The foundation said it raised $13 million last year and claimed that it is the largest Muslim charity in the United States. A spokeswoman for the foundation denied it is a front for Hamas.
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