This program is about 1 hour long
(Israel-Lebanon border: Jennifer Griffin) Israel’s intensified attacks prior to Monday’s cease-fire examined; details given on a thwarted Hizballah bombing and Israeli casualties; animated diagram of Israeli attacks on drones and scenes from an Israeli cabinet meeting shown.
(London: Trace Gallagher)Report introduced.
(Beirut: Jonathan Hunt) Hizballah’s refusal to discuss disarming and the Lebanese cabinet’s cancellation of a cease-fire meeting reviewed; details given and scenes shown of the latest Israeli air strikes in Beirut, Lebanon.
(London: Trace Gallagher) The meeting between Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and a visiting Iranian foreign minister in Alexandria, Egypt, to discuss the cease-fire noted.
(Washington: Julie Kirtz) The Department of Homeland Security’s warning about more possible threats to the US examined. [Homeland Security Secretary Michael CHERTOFF- says they are watching for an increase in Al Qaeda activity in the US; wants more police power like the British investigators have.] New security rules from the TSA noted.
(Dearborn, Michigan: Jonathan Serrie) The investigations in Michigan of three Middle Eastern men caught with a large quantity of cellular phones and their possible involvement in a terrorist plot targeting the Mackinac Bridge reported; names and photos of the suspects shown on screen. [Caro police Chief Benson PAGE, suspect’s wife Lina ODEH- comment.]
(East London: Jonathan Morris) The reasons why some Muslims are lured by extremism explored. [Outside a mosque, Islamic LEADERS – comment on Islamic teachings.]
(London: Trace Gallagher) Report introduced.
(Washington: James Rosen) Israel’s plans for post-war peace in Lebanon featured; details given on an Israeli official’s comments about the contentious cabinet meeting and the ending Israeli offensive.
(London: Trace Gallagher) Protests in Tehran, Iran and Damascus, Syria, against Israeli military action noted; scenes shown of the protests.
(Little Havana, Florida: Orlando Salinas) Cuban-Americans’ reaction to the photos reported; Castro’s latest statement about his recovery quoted on screen; photos of Castro and scenes of celebrations in Havana, Cuba, shown.
(No location given: Mark White) The continuing investigations into the stopped terrorist plot to bomb airplanes over the Atlantic examined; scenes from outside the suspects’ home and an Al Qaeda video shown. [British Home Secretary John REID- warns of more possible terror threats.] [British Shadow Home Secretary David DAVIS- comments on radical Muslims in the United Kingdom.] [Security expert Neil DOYLE, Hertfordshire Constable Asst. Chief Rob BECKLEY- comment.]
(Israel-Lebanon border: Jennifer Griffin) The surge in fighting on both sides and the cease-fire expectations reviewed.