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Terrorist Literature / Miller, Malzberg Interviews #777966

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jan 22, 2005
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(Studio: Randi Kaye) Doubleday’s announcement of plans to publish a book tentatively titled "Al-Qaeda Reader," which will include writings by Al Qaeda leaders Osama bin Laden & Ayman al-Zawahiri reported. Live discussion held with radio talk show hosts Stephanie Miller† & Steve Malzberg† about whether the ideas of terrorists should be published; statement from Bertelsmann’s Doubleday Broadway Publishing Group president Stephen Rubin quoted. [In Los Angeles, MILLER; on the phone from New York City, MALZBERG – note the many videos already out; argue about the administration’s role in catching bin Laden; mention Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf”; debate the need to “know the enemy.”] Last Call question introduced.

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Kaye, Randi
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00:05:20

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