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The Tovia Singer Talk Show Doubles Its Time Slot!
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2003         December 2002  .  August 2002  .  June 2002

June 17, 2003
3pm-5pm show
part 1  .  part 2

Zelig Feiner of Israel's Zaka Rapid Response Team.

Rivka Pam, 16-year-old survivor of Hamas Suicide attack on the #14 bus in Jerusalem, speaks out from Hadassah hospital.

June 17, 2003
9pm-11pm show
part 1  .  part 2

Arlene Peck, Celebrity columnist.

General Wesley K. Clark (Ret.), Supreme Allied Commander, Europe and Commander-in-Chief, United States European Command.

June 10, 2003
3pm-5pm show
part 1  .  part 2

Erudite and outspoken, Steven E. Plaut, Ph.D. is professor of business administration at the Graduate School of Business of Haifa University. He also teaches in Greece, California, and Hungary. Plaut brings a sharply analytical mind to any subject about which he writes, and is frequently seen in The Jewish Press, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Newsday, Jerusalem Post, Haaretz, Maariv, Fortune, Middle East Quarterly, National Review and Commentary, among others. He is also the author of The Scout (Gefen Publishing House).

Gil Troy, Ph.D. is Professor of History at McGill University in Montreal. He is author of See How They Ran: The Changing Role of the Presidential Candidate, Mr. and Mrs. President: From the Trumans to the Clintons and Why I Am A Zionist, which has just been released in its second printing. Troy comments frequently about presidential politics on television and in print, with recently published articles and reviews in, among others, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and the Wilson Quarterly.

Peleg Reshef is Chairperson of the World Union of Jewish Students. Born and raised on Kibbutz Sasa Northern Galil, he attended High School in Baltimore, Maryland then returned to spend 3 years in the Israeli Army in two anti-terror units. After completing his service, he attended Haifa University to study General History and Education. In 2000, he was elected as the chair for the Haifa Student Union, and a year later, was elected to his present position for the WUJS.

June 10, 2003
9pm-11pm show
part 1  .  part 2

David Bedein is Media Research Analyst and Bureau Chief for the Jerusalem-based Israel Resource News Agency, which provides news services for the foreign media, since 1987. He has also worked on special assignment for BBC, CNN Radio, the Los Angeles Times, and the weekly Israel news magazine Makor Rishon.

June 3, 2003
part 1  .  part 2

With a twice-weekly column appearing in over 550 newspapers nationwide, Cal Thomas is America's the most widely syndicated op-ed columnists and is one of the most highly regarded voices on the American political scene. His weekly television show "After Hours with Cal Thomas" appears on Fox News Channel on Saturday nights. Thomas also hosts a daily radio program syndicated to more than 300 stations nationwide. A writer of force and clarity, Thomas has authored ten books, including his current release, The Wit and Wisdom of Cal Thomas.

Professor Anne Bayefsky, B.A., M.A., LL.B., M.Litt. (Oxon.), is a Professor at York University, Toronto, Canada, a member of the International Law Association Committee on International Human Rights Law and Practice, and Editor-in-Chief of the Series "Refugees and Human Rights." Her op-ed columns on United Nations, human rights issues and anti-anti-Semitism appear reglarly in publications throughout the world. Her latest book is The UN Human Rights Treaty System: Universality at the Crossroads.

May 27, 2003
3pm-5pm show 
part 1  .  part 2

Scott Mathias is Director of Programming for HonestReporting, an independent non-profit media watch organization. It was originally founded in London by a pair of students startled by the media bias against Israel that is extremely evident in the UK press. HonestReporting has since grown internationally, with organizations in place in several countries and has published comprehensive studies on Middle East coverage on CNN and the BBC as well as The Washington Post, the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times.
An intimate advisor to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, Dr. Dore Gold was Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations (1997-1999),  and Foreign Policy Advisor to former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He has participated in negotiations at Wye River (1998), for the Hebron Protocol (1997) and at the Madrid Peace Conference (1991). His most recent book is Hatred's Kingdom: How Saudi Arabia Supports the New Global Terrorism (2003).

May 27, 2003
9pm-11pm show
part 1  .  part 2

Morton A. Klein , National President of the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA), the oldest pro-Israel group in the U.S. is widely regarded as one of the leading Jewish activists in the United States. A member of the International Board of Governors of the College of Judea and Samaria in Ariel, Israel, Klein is a child of Holocaust survivors. He is an economist who served in the Nixon, Ford, and Carter Administrations. After a 3-year campaign, ZOA was responsible for the US Government offering multi-million dollar rewards for the capture of Palestinian Arabs who have murdered dozens of American citizens in Israel and the territories. ZOA initiated the Ashcroft-Salmon Bill and the Koby Mandell Act which would facilitate the capture of these Palestinian Arab killers.

May 20, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Former US Presidential Candidate, Gary Bauer, and Dr. Uzi Arad, Former Mosad Agent and Netanyahu Advisor on the Tovia Singer Show.

One of America's most respected conservative Christian leaders, Gary Bauer, the 2000 Republican presidential contender and former Domestic Policy Advisor to President Ronald Reagan, speaks out on the "Road Map to Peace" in this extraordinary program. While serving as US Secretary of Education, Bauer was named Chairman of President Reagan's Special Working Group on the Family. His report, "The Family: Preserving America's Future," was presented to the President in December 1986.

Also featured is Dr. Uzi Arad, Director of the Institute of Policy and Strategy (IPS) and Professor of Government at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at Herzliya's Interdisciplinary Center (IDC). Former foreign policy advisor to the Prime Minister and former director of intelligence for the Mossad, Dr. Arad also chairs The Herzliya Conference, supported by the Prime Minister's Office, the Offices of the Ministers of Defense and Foreign Affairs, the Caesarea Foundation, Haifa University, the Jewish Agency, the American Jewish Committee and others.
May 13, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Naomi Ragen , author of four international best-sellers: The Sacrifice of Tamar, Sotah, Jephte's Daughter, and The Ghost of Hannah Mendes. Naomi's books have been translated into Hebrew and have made her one of Israel's top-selling authors, with over 90 weeks on the bestseller list. In addition to her work as an author of fiction, Naomi writes regularly for The Jerusalem Post, and the largerst Hebrew language dailies in Israel: Yediot Acharonot and Maariv. Through her columns, Naomi has become a serious voice in political and social issues confronting Israel and the Jewish people. Crusading against religious extremism, particularly the abuses against women, she is known nevertheless as a staunch supporter of Israel's Jewish identity.
May 6, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Award winning journalist Andrea Peyser, a columnist with the New York Post since 1989 has also worked with the Associated Press, CNN and the Tampa Tribune. Peyser won column-writing awards from the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, the New York State Associated Press, the Newswomen's Club of New York, and last but not least, the Barzel Society of Jewish Parole Officers. She wrote about the CUNY "teach-in" shortly after 9/11 that devolved into an anti-Israel, anti-American hate fest, and this year about the anti-Semitism at the UN, particularly on the part of Iraqi Ambassador Mohammed al-Douri.
April 29, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Yoram Ettinger, independent analyst on U.S.-Israeli relations, former Minister at the Israeli Embassy in Washington and Consul General of Israel in Houston, Texas, speaks out on "The Roadmap to Middle East peace."
April 15, 2003
part 1  .  part 2  .  part 3
Three World Scholars Answer the Basic Question:
"Did the Extraordinary Passover Story Really Happen?"

Special Edition - Interview with Dr. Lawrence H. Schiffman, Chairman of New York University's Skirball Department of Hebrew, Judaic Studies serves as Ethel and Irvin A. Edelman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies. He was featured in the PBS Nova series documentary, "Secrets of the Dead Sea Scrolls," as well as in four BBC documentaries on the scrolls, the McNeil-Lehrer program, and a Discovery special. He appears regularly in the popular educational series, "Mysteries of the Bible," which appears on Arts and Entertainment (A&E). (part 3)
Dr. Colin Humphreys is a Christian scholar, Cambridge University Professor, and author of the new book, The Miracles of Exodus: A Scientist's Discovery of the Extraordinary Natural Causes of the Biblical Stories.
Rabbi Yehudah Silver is the world renowned spiritual leader and lecturer who designed and developed the "Discovery Seminar" for Israel's Aish Hatorah.
April 8, 2003
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Steve Emerson, internationally recognized expert on terrorism and national security, and correspondent on militant Islamic terrorism.
Professor Steven Plaut, was born and raised in Philadelphia and made aliya to Israel in 1981. He holds a PhD in economics from Princeton. He is on the faculty of the business school at the University of Haifa, and has also taught at Berkeley, in Greece, Hungary, France, and elsewhere. He is a regular columnist for a wide variety of newspapers and journals.
April 1, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) president, Morton Klein reports on National Security Advisor Dr. Condoleezza Rice's speech to American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) declaring that the U.S. "roadmap" for setting up a Palestinian state by the end of 2005 is not negotiable. Outspoken, Morton Klein helped to implement the State Department's new policy offering substantial rewards for the capture of Palestinian Arab killers of Americans, and fostered the withdrawal of high-profile anti-Israeli nominees on Capital Hill.
March 25, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Moshe Arens was an Israeli Defense Minister during the first Persian Gulf War, during which he made the critical decision to not retaliate against the barrage of SCUD missiles fired against Israel. (part 1)
Jackie Mason, an outspoken political commentator and is widely regarded as one of the greatest stand-up comics of all time, will opine on the war in Iraq. He will also talk about Hollywood and about Nobel prize-winner and former President Jimmy Carter. (part 2)
March 18, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Host Tovia Singer speaks on Purim with guest Edgar Bronfman, Sr., president of the World Jewish Congress and the World Jewish Restitution Organization.
March 11, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Special Student Call-In Show:
Students from around the globe speak out about the anti-Israel bias and anti-semitism on campus with
John Loftus, best-selling author and former Justice Department prosecutor.
March 4, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
David Frum, former presidential economic speech writer for the Bush White House administration and author of the new run-away bestseller, The Right Man: The Surprise Presidency of George W. Bush, will provide an inside account of how the President thinks, and his transformation into a decisive war-time President.
Feb. 25, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Dr. Judea Pearl, father of slain Wall Street Journal Bureau Chief Daniel Pearl, founded the Daniel Pearl Foundation.
Feb. 18, 2003
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Edgar Miles Bronfman, Sr., president of the World Jewish Congress and the World Jewish Restitution Organization, and chairman of The Foundation For Jewish Campus Life (Hillel).
Nitzana Darshan-Leitner, an Israeli attorney, has built a practice acting for Jewish terror victims. The defendants include Iran, Syria, PLO, the European Union, and Yasser Arafat.
Feb. 11, 2003
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Also known as the "Iron Lady of Zionism," Minister of Education, Culture and Sport Limor Livant is a leader in the Likud Party who is dedicated to furthering the founding ideals of the Jewish nation. Upon her March 2001 appointment as Minister of Education, she stated her committment to ensuring "that there is not a single child in Israel who doesn't learn the basics of Jewish and Zionist knowledge and values."
Journalist Joel Mowbray, a National Review reporter and National Review Online contributing editor, whose articles have been highly critical of State Department policy, specifically with regards to Saudi Arabia's Visa Express program which granted entry to the US for three of the September 11th hijackers.
Feb. 4, 2003
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Tribute to Israeli Astronaut Ilan Ramon with IDF Air Force Commander Ze'ev Raz, who led the Israeli air strike against Iraq's nuclear facility in 1981 with Ilan Ramon.
Jan. 28, 2003
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Election Coverage & Commentary:
David Zev Harris, Executive Director of the AJC (American Jewish Committee), Bureau Chief of News Services for the Media Line Radio Service, Jerusalem and First Editor in Chief of the Jerusalem Post.
Paul Eidelberg is a professor at Bar Ilan University in Israel and director of the Foundation for Constitutional Democracy.
Commentator and activist Yosef Ben-Aharon, first worked for Golda Meir, followed by tenure as director general of the prime minister's office under Shamir. He has also lent his expertise on Syria and Arab-Israeli relations to Yitzhak Rabin.
Jan. 21, 2003
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Professor Lawrence H. Schiffman is one of the most distinguished scholars on the history of Judaism and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Political commentator and activist Yosef Ben-Aharon started under Golda Meir and, after a tenure as director general of the prime minister's office under Shamir, lent his expertise on Syria and Arab-Israeli relations to Yitzhak Rabin.
Jan. 14, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Cindy Hafer, a former assistant to the Christian Jew Foundation, which is one of the leading missionary groups dedicated to converting Jews to Christianity, speaks out about "Jewish Evangelism."
Also featured is Rabbi Shraga Simmons, internationally regarded as a foremost expert on media bias relating to the Middle East conflict, and editor-in-chief of, the world's largest media watch group. He also serves as editor of, and is author of the popular Shraga's Weekly email commentary.
Rabbi David Bar-Hayim is head of Makhon Ben-Yishai for Torah Research.
Jan. 7, 2003
part 1  .  part 2
Joseph Farah is a Christian-Arab who is pro-Israel.
Zelig Feiner is a spokesperson for Zaka, Israel's search & rescue organization.

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Dec. 31, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Dr. Steven Plaut is an outspoken Haifa University professor and syndicated columnist.
Sharon Tzur is founder and director of Media Watch International.
The fledgling, New York-based outfit has quickly gained a devoted following by pouncing on media outlets they feel either are reporting inaccurately on Israeli-Palestinian violence or engaging in flat-out anti-Israel bias.
Dec. 24, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Nathan Sharansky, once a Russian refusenik whose struggle to emigrate to Israel won worldwide support, is now MK Minister of Housing and Construction, and Deputy Prime Minister (Yisrael Ba-Aliya).
Israel Harold (Izzy) Asper is a Canadian entrepreneur and media mogul. He is Executive Chairman of CanWest Global Communications and ownsthe pro-Israel newspaper National Post in Canada.
Dec. 17, 2002
part 1 .  part 2
Stockwell Day, prior leader of the Canadian Alliance Party who ran for Prime Minister of Canada.
Keith Landy is National President of Canadian Jewish Congress and a spokesperson for the Jewish Community in Canada.
Dec. 10, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
(Two Hour Show)
Outspoken Nationalist President of the Zionist Organization of America (the oldest and one of the largest pro-Israel groups in the country), Morton Klein helped to implement the State Department's new policy of offering substantial rewards for the capture of Palestinian Arab killers of Americans, and fostered the withdrawal of high-profile anti-Israeli nominees on Capital Hill. He is a former economist who served in the Nixon, Ford and Carter administrations.
Concordia Hillel co-president, Noah Joseph exposes the most anti-Israel campus in North America - Concordia University (often referred to as "Gaza U" for its rabid anti-Israel population), right in the heart of Montreal, Canada. Joseph will describe student life on this disturbing campus and the shocking series of events - including violent demonstrations against Netanyahu - that culminated in the Student Union shutting down Concordia Hillel, the only Jewish group on campus.
Dec. 3, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Stockwell Day ran for Prime Minister of Canada when he was Leader of the Alliance Party.
Dr. Jeane J. Kirkpatrick is former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
David (Dudu) Fisher is the international singing sensation who played Jean Valjean in Les Miserables on Broadway, but never on the Jewish Sabbath.
Nov. 26, 2002
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Daniel Jonah Goldhagen is the author of Hitler's Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust. He also speaks about the September 11th terrorist act at the World Trade Center and how we should understand it in light of past atrocities.
Nov. 19, 2002
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Malcolm Hoenlein is the Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, the coordinating body on international Jewish concerns for 55 national Jewish organizations. As part of this position, he has traveled extensively, meeting with leading government officials in Israel and the Arab countries.
Nov. 12, 2002
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Ambassador and presidential contender Alan Keyes is also an author, educator, writer of a weekly nationally distributed column on current affairs, and nationally syndicated radio talk show host. Keyes is an exceptional speaker on a wide range of national and foreign policy issues.
Nov. 5, 2002
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Yedidya Atlas, Senior Correspondent for Arutz-7 Israel National Radio, comments on geopolitical and geo-strategic affairs in the Middle East. Atlas is also a member of the Advisory Committee of the Freeman Center for Strategic Studies.
Oct. 29, 2002
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David Wilder is the foreign spokesman for the Jewish community in Hebron in the West Bank. Originally from New Jersey, U.S., Wilder has lived in Hebron for 19 years.
Oct. 22, 2002
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Jackie Mason, is widely regarded as one of the greatest stand-up comics of all time. A staunch supporter of Israel, Mason is outspoken on his views of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and his present handling of Mid-East policy: "I think he should throw all the Arabs out of the State of Israel."
Oct. 15, 2002
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Benny Elon, Israeli Knesset Member and Chairman of Moledet. Moledet ("homeland" in Hebrew) is a political party in Israel that embraces the idea of population transfer as an integral part of comprehensive plan to achieve real peace between the Jews and the Arabs living in the Land of Israel.
Also featured: Interviews from the Christian Coalition Convention in Washington.
Oct. 8, 2002
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Terrorism expert Steve Emerson and Middle East political commentator Steven Plaut.

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Aug. 28, 2002
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Marc Belzberg, founder of OneFamily, an Israeli organization that provides support to terror victims and their families in Israel.
Ben-Tzion Schijveschuurder is the eldest of eight children from Amsterdam, whose parents and three siblings were murdered by an Arab terrorist on August 9, 2001 in Jerusalem's Sbarro pizzeria.
Aug. 21, 2002
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According to pro-Israel Sheikh Prof. Abdul Hadi Palazzi, an internationally respected authority on Islamic law and distinguished secretary general of the Italian Muslim Association, Israel's right to exist as a nation is described in the Koran. He says one of the most common misconceptions in the current Arab-Israeli conflict is that in reality, "there is no such thing as a 'Palestinian.' There never was. It is a PR fiction, a Madison Avenue fantasy," he said. He is against terrorist murder in the name of Islam.
Aug. 14, 2002
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As a Justice Department prosecutor and an author of The War of Lies Against the Jews, John Loftus once held some of the highest security clearances in the world, with special access to NATO Cosmic, CIA codeword, and Top Secret nuclear files. As a private attorney, he works pro bono to help intelligence agents obtain legal permission to declassify and publish the hidden secrets of our times. He is the author of four history books: three have been made into films, two were international best sellers, and one was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.
Aug. 7, 2002
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One of America's most respected and provocative thinkers, Dennis Prager is an author, lecturer, teacher, and theologian with a nationally syndicated radio talk show originating from Los Angeles on KRLA 870 AM. For ten years, he conducted a weekly interfaith dialogue on radio, with representatives of virtually every religion in the world, including Catholics at the Vatican, Muslims in the Persian Gulf, Hindus in India, and Protestants at Christian seminaries throughout America.
July 31, 2002
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Terrorism in the Holy Land
Dan Seaman, spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and director of Media Relations for the Israeli Government.
July 24, 2002
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Professor Irwin Cotler, an international human rights lawyer, a Member of Canada's Parliament and leading public advocate for the Human Rights Agenda in and out of Canada's Parliament, fights anti-semitism and racism world wide.
July 17, 2002
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Outspoken Zionist Organization of America President, Morton Klein helped to implement the State Department's new policy of offering substantial rewards for the capture of Palestinian Arab killers of Americans, and fostered the withdrawal of high-profile anti-Israeli nominees on Capital Hill. He is a former economist who served in the Nixon, Ford and Carter administrations.
Rabbi David Bar-Hayim is head of Makhon Ben-Yishai for Torah Research.
July 10, 2002
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Member of Knesset, Chairman of the Moledet Party, and ninth-generation Jerusalemite, Minister of Tourism Benny Elon speaks about deporting Arab terrorists and all Palestinian Arabs who are hostile to the State of Israel.
July 3, 2002
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Pro-Israel, non-evangelical Pastor Kenneth Rawsonspeaks out strongly in support of Israel and the Jewish people. A passionate opponent of efforts to convert Jews, he is conducting a worldwide campaign to counter Evangelical Christian missionary activities among Jews by deepening Jewish roots.
June 26, 2002
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Dr. Ra'anan Gissin is a Senior Spokesman to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and a Media Advisor.

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June 18, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Internationally prominent businessman (owner of Estee Lauder), philanthropist, community and civic leader, Ronald S. Lauder speaks about Israel and "Caravan for Democracy," the organization he started to counter anti-semitism and bias across university campuses in North America.
June 11, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Michael B. Oren, an Israeli army veteran, is the author of Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East. Robert L. Pollock of the Wall Street Journal writes that "Oren brings a novelist's flair to recounting ... the war. His meticulous research cuts through the propagandized histories on all sides."
Stuart Ain, a popular Pro-Israel New York columnist, is a staff writer at the New York Jewish Weekly.
June 4, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Tovia Singer's analysis of the U.S. role concerning Arab relations.
The film Fiddler on the Roof.
May 28, 2002
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Rabbi Marvin Heir, a Holocaust researcher, and  founder and dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles.
May 21, 2002
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Ehud Olmert, former member of Knesset, is now serving in his second term as Former Mayor of Jerusalem. Olmert is a frequent and sought-after guest on panels, interviews and television talk shows worldwide where he represents Jerusalem as the eternal and undivided capital of the State of Israel and the Jewish people.
May 14, 2002
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Nationally known author and publisher of Front Page Magazine, David Horowitz created The Center for the Study of Popular Culture whose mission is to "change the leftist, anti-American, elitist culture that is dominant in the entertainment industry [and to expose] the idiocies and the viciousness of the radical leftism in universities, the media, mainstream churches, and everywhere else this modern plague is found."
May 7, 2002
part 1  .  part 2  .  part 3
Lawyer and Harvard Law School professor, Alan Dershowitz has written about Palestinian refugees in his book Chutzpah.
April 30, 2002
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Jay Shapiro is the host of a popular current events show on Arutz-7 English broadcasts and author of several books describing trends of Israeli societal alienation from cultural, national, and religious roots that threaten the existence of the state. He will be speaking about current issues.
Mitchell Bard is the Executive Director of the nonprofit American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise (AICE) and the author of Myths and Facts: A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict.
April 23, 2002
part 1  .  part 2  .  part 3
According to pro-Israel Sheikh Prof. Abdul Hadi Palazzi, an internationally respected authority on Islamic law and distinguished secretary general of the Italian Muslim Association, Israel's right to exist as a nation is described in the Koran. He says one of the most common misconceptions in the current Arab-Israeli conflict is that in reality, "there is no such thing as a 'Palestinian.' There never was. It is a PR fiction, a Madison Avenue fantasy," he said. He is against terrorist murder in the name of Islam.
April 9, 2002
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Holocaust Memorial Day
Peter Malkin is the former Chief of Operations for the Mossad and the agent who physically captured Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in 1960.
Holocaust scholar and author of Denying the Holocaust, Deborah Lipstadt won the defamation suit launched against her by British Holocaust denier David Irving.
April 2, 2002
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Note: Pre-taped show due to Passover.
Frank J.  Gaffney, Jr. is the founder and president of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C. Under Gaffney's leadership, the Center has been nationally and internationally recognized as a resource for timely, informed and penetrating analyses of foreign and defense policy matters.
March 26, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Senator James M. Inhofe from Oklahoma is pro-Israel.
Joan Peters, historian and journalist, is the author of From Time Immemorial: Origins of Arab-Jewish Conflict.
March 19, 2002
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Rabbi Tovia Singer talks about Passover with Professor Laurence Schiffman (Professor at department of NYU.
March 12, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Daniel Pipes, a Middle East expert and author of Militant Islam Reaches America.
Middle East Quarterly is a journal founded by Daniel Pipes and by others who feel that the discipline of Middle Eastern Studies, as practised in the United States, has become too pro-Arab.
March 5, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Joseph Farah is the controversial Arab-American founder, editor and chief executive officer of WorldNetDaily.Com, the leading independent English-language Internet news site. He is also a weekly columnist for the International Edition of the Jerusalem Post.
Also featured is Zelig Feiner, spokesperson of Zaka, the rescue and recovery organization first to appear at the scene of a terrorist bombing or shooting - and the last to leave. With over 600 volunteers, Zaka is staffed almost entirely by members of Israel's Orthodox community.
Additionally, Rav David Bar Chayim, one of Israel's Leading Torah Scholars, will be joining us. Chayim is the head of the Makhon Ben Yishai Institute for Torah Research.
Feb. 26, 2002
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Counter-terrorist expert Steve Emerson is perhaps best known for his 1994 PBS program "Jihad in America."
Feb. 19, 2002
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Tovia Singer, top counter-missionary in the world, interviews former Jews for Jesus.
Singer also will talk about Purim.
Feb. 12, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Rabbi Abe Cooper is the associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, California.
Feb. 5, 2002
part 1  .  part 2
Itamar Marcus is the director of the Palestinian Media Watch research institute from Israel.
Jan. 29, 2002
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Bill Mazar is a radio talk show host.

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