Thursday, July 7, 2005 Radio Show

Thursday, July 7, 2005 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Terror Bombing in London
    Buses and subways were blown up. 33 have been confirmed dead, but the toll is expected to go higher. Hundreds have been injured. An Al-Qaeda group has claimed credit. They say they are striking out, in the name of Allah, against the "Zionist Crusader" nations.

    Hour 2:
    When Will Muslims Condemn Terror?
    We're still waiting for the march of millions of Muslims publicly expressing their horror at terrorism everywhere, including Israel. Until that happens, there isn't much hope... Dennis talks to the renowned British historian, Paul Johnson, about his first impressions following the London bombing.

    Hour 3:
    Every Generation Has an Evil It Must Fight
    Our evil is Islamic terrorism. Do we have the determination to destroy it? We can't let the terrorists change the way we live, but we can't live the way we have. Some civil liberties will have to be forfeited... Dennis talks to Sir Max Hastings, British journalist and historian, about the London bombing and how Londoners are reacting to it... Also, Shimsohn Issaki, former senior Israeli intelligence officer and expert on Al-Qaeda terrorism, analyzes the London attacks.

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