Wednesday, April 2, 2003 Radio Show

Wednesday, April 2, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    The Meaning of Passover
    Dennis explains why the Jewish holiday of Passover is not only critical to Jews, but to people of all faiths and even to people with none. Also: Abu Abbas, notorious Palestinian terrorist is arrested in Iraq where he'd taken refuge from the US, Italian and Israeli authorities. And finally, a letter from a UCLA student in the Daily Bruin captures the lack of moral thinking among so many people on the Left young and not-so-young.

    Hour 2:
    Arab Anger
    Guest: From Amman, Jordan. Tamim Al-Barghouti, poet and a PhD candidate in political science at Boston University. A Palestinian, Al-Barghouti wrote a piece in the LA Times denouncing American intervention in Iraq.

    Hour 3:
    Why Capital Punishment Makes Us Better Than Europe
    Pim Fortuyn, candidate for president of the Netherlands, was brutally assassinated by an animal rights activist last year. The murderer was sentenced yesterday to 18 years in prison and will probably serve no more than 11. Nothing reveals the broken moral compass of Europe than this absurd verdict.

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