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"Son of Hamas" author Mosab Hassan Yousef says that Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood are the same.
Radical Islamist joins British Leftist George Galloway to raise funds for Hamas in an American mosque in Orlando, Florida.
Part 2 of the exclusive interview with Dani Dayan, chairman of the Yesha Council of Jewish communities in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. Dayan talks about the state of Israel's current and future security.
Shocking, on the ground report from France: The Islamization of Paris.
Exclusive interview with the former Spanish President and Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar on his "Friends of Israel" initiative.
FBI gives Muslim Brotherhood operatives a tour of top secret government facilities.
CBN News' expert panel returns for the conclusion of our special exposé on the Muslim Brotherhood to share their solutions for turning back the group’s threat in America.
Stakelbeck on Terror: October 5, 2010
Watch the Tuesday, October 5 edition of CBN Newschannel's Midday News with Heather Sells and Mark Martin. Top Stories -- Fed Boss: 'Deficits a Real and Growing Threat,' Bebo Norman CD Explores God's 'Ocean' of Love, and more.
A woman is scared straight after a frightening car accident. A young woman dances again after being paralyzed. Also, CBN News reports on a gypsy revival.
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Tuesday, October 5, the top headlines from CBN News include -- Fed Boss Says 'Deficits a Real and Growing Threat'; Romanian Gypsies' Revival Stirs Hope for Change, and more.
Topic: Gamers and Obsessive Gaming
Watch the Tuesday, October 5 edition of the CBNNewschannel's Morning News with Charlene Israel and Heather Sells. Top Stories -- Closing Arguments Held at NYC Temple Plot Trial, Group Wants IRS to Investigate Oklahoma Pastor, and more.
Keith & Heather Ferrante join Marguerite Evans for a night of worship and ministry, live from CBN.
On Tuesday's CBN Newswatch with Wendy Griffith: Heightened U.S. security after terror threats in Europe, concerns over finger scanners in schools, stricter car safety tests put in place, and more.