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On this week's edition of Stakelbeck on Terror, we dip into the archives to highlight some of our greatest hits from the past few months.

First, we sit down with a former Palestinian Muslim sniper who used to work for terror master Yasser Arafat-but now works for Jesus. See how Tass Saada put down his gun and learned to love his greatest enemy: Israel.

We then examine a disturbing trend that is spreading throughout the Muslim world: "kiddie jihad" in the form of child suicide bombers. This new strategy from Islamic terrorists may be coming to a Western city near you.

Plus, are strict battlefield rules of engagement putting U.S. troops in danger in Afghanistan? Can the U.S. really hope to win Muslim hearts and minds?

Also, our Sharia Flaw segment looks at Islamic jihadists' recent dismembering of a Catholic college professor in India. His "crime?" Writing an "offensive" exam question about Islam's prophet, Mohammed.

And best-selling author Joel Rosenberg joins us to analyze the coming war in the Middle East: which he says may be right around the corner.

Click play to watch this week's edition of Stakelbeck on Terror with CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck. Also, be sure to check back bi-weekly for the latest news on issues ranging from al Qaeda, Hamas and Hezbollah to Iran and homegrown jihad.

Have a comment or want to give feedback for the "From the Bunker" viewer mailbag segment? Click here to email the show. Also, learn more about Erick Stakelbeck here and visit his blog, Stakelbeck on Terror.

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