Septemberudgaven af Stakelbeck er online nu – blandt andet med mere om Tyrkiets islamistiske deroute, Bin Laden, Iran, Østrig, Israel, Grouns Zero moskeen og lidt til:
Stakelbeck on Terror Show from CBN News
On this week’s edition of Stakelbeck on Terror, CBN News examines one of the most pressing issues for the 2010 and 2012 elections – where do the candidates stand on Islamic sharia law?
We get an exclusive look inside al Qaeda with Noman Benotman, a former terrorist who was an associate of Osama bin Laden.
“He insists on inflicting pain to his enemies,” Benotman told CBN News about bin Laden. “Beyond your imagination. You can’t miss it when you talk with him.”
The “War Council” segment features leading Middle East experts Walid Phares and Lee Smith analyzing Turkey’s turn against Israel and the West – and what Syria is really up to.
CBN News also goes “Inside Israel” for an exclusive interview with Dani Dayan, chairman of Yesha Council representing the Jewish communities in Judea, Samaria and Gaza.
Also, the Iranian regime recently declared jihad against pets. Find out more in the “Sharia Flaw” segment.
Noman Benotman. No man – be not man. Kan man hedde det? Som så ofte er der to omtaler af samme program på CBN’s hjemmeside. Her er den anden:
The big features this week:
- My exclusive interview with Noman Benotman, a former friend and associate of Osama bin Laden who takes CBN inside Al Qaeda (1:35 into the show): “He insists on inflicting pain to his enemies,” Benotman said of bin Laden. “Beyond your imagination. You can’t miss it when you talk with him.”
- My exclusive interview with Dani Dayan, Chairman of the Yesha Council representing the 300,000 Israelis living in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. (18:58 into the show).
- The War Council roundtable, featuring Middle east experts Walid Phares and Lee Smith discussing Turkey’s Islamist turn and Syrian scheming (12:30 into the show)
- And also be sure to check out my new report from Vienna on Elisabeth Sabaditsch Wolff, the Austrian anti-jihad activist who has been charged with “hate speech” for criticizing the Koran
Varighed 28½ minut, men der er fuld fart på her:
Og så til 3½ minut med Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff – også nyt fra 9. september. Der er et resume af videoen HER på CBNs hjemmeside, hvor der bla. står:
Austrian Woman Charged for Criticizing the Koran
CBN News interviewed one Austrian citizen facing hate crimes charges for criticizing the Koran.
Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff still remembers her first exposure to Islam as a small child. It was 1979 and her father, an Austrian diplomat, was stationed in Tehran during the Iranian revolution.
“Millions of people were congregating and screaming ‘Allahu Akhbar,'” she said.
That incident began an eye-opening journey for Sabaditsch-Wolff, who would be stationed in several Islamic countries during her own diplomatic career. She was living in Libya nine years ago when the 9/11 attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C. occurred.
Sidste uges episode af Stakelbeck kan ses her på Veritas Universalis: