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Established in 1981, The Cuban American National Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to the re-establishment of freedom and democracy in Cuba. The Foundation supports the principles of: respect for human rights, freedom of thought and expression, freedom of religion, the right of the people to freely elect their government, the right to private property, free enterprise, and economic prosperity with social justice.
The Cuban American National Foundation has been accused by the Cuban government of planning and funding terrorist attacks within Cuba, including a September 1997 bombing that killed an Italian tourist in Havana.  Most notably, the Cuban-born anti-Castro terrorist Luis Posada Carriles claimed in 1998 that he received financial support from the Cuban American National Foundation for a bombing campaign carried out in 1997, although he has denied ties with the fatal attack.
In the USA, Jorge Mas Canosa founds the Cuban-American National Foundation (CANF), a lobbyist group for a hard line against Castro and financial backer of several terrorists and terrorist groups. When the US Navy begins four weeks of exercises in the Caribbean in the fall, Cuba mobilized its reserves and went on full alert in preparation for an anticipated U. S. invasion. Cuba would double its military force in the next few months in response to the threat.