Posted June 16, 2010 by josephwouk
On this week’s first edition of Stakelbeck on Terror, CBN News goes one-on-one with Israel’s Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren in “The Sitdown.” Mike was my classmate and friend at Columbia College in the years 1972-1976, as was Dore Gold, former ambassador to the UN from Israel.
Also, watch as we explore the relationship between Iran and al Qaeda, and for an exclusive report featuring an interview with a radical Islamic leader some call Great Britain’s most hated man.
The “War Council” segment features a roundtable debate on the Obama administration’s refusal to use terms like “jihadist” and “radical Islam” to describe our enemies. Then, go Inside Israel with a report from Jerusalem showing the Palestinian Authority’s regular incitement against Israeli civilians.
If you’ve heard of Islamic Sharia Law, don’t miss this week’s “Sharia Flaw,” which provides shocking video of a Muslim college student’s public call to genocide against Jews.
If the inaugural show is a harbinger of things to come, I highly recommend my readers to tune into it weekly. It truly provides the “straight dope” on what’s actually happening in the Middle East without grinding any particular axe other than its anti-terrorist theme.