Adrian Morgan, Family Security Matters’ Editor, will be having his weekly show tonight from 6 pm to 8 pm Eastern Time. The show is on the Radio Jihad Network on Blog Talk Radio.
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Friday, January 20th, 2012 at 6 pm Eastern Time:
Adrian Morgan, counter-terrorism author and editor of Family Security Matters, discusses issues of Islamism, security, terrorism, and dhimmitude from a global perspective.
Every Friday evening from 6 pm Eastern Time onwards.
TOPICS: News Roundup.
Iran continues its game of brinkmanship with the world. Pakistan teeters on brink of political collapse - the prime minister has been in court, and the rumors of the army wanting to stage a coup seem to be true.
Deals with the Taliban - five Islamists may be freed from Guantanamo to keep the Afghan terrorists happy.
Elsewhere, Moazzam Begg, ex-Guantanamo detainee, is said to have acted as an informant against one of the inmates, according to the WSJ, and Wikileaks data.
Muslim women in Britain are being attacked by male and female Islamists for not covering up in veils. But some are fighting back.
In Ohio, Muslim prisoners settle on a halal food policy. Prison is seen as a recruiting ground for radical Islam. Does appeasement to a prisoner's "faith" prevent radicalism or only encourage it? Prison is a place of punishment, should it also be a place of religious indoctrination?
Sectarian attacks against Shia Muslims continue in Iraq.
Last Week’s Show
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