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May 7, 2007

May  7, 2007  3:00 PM

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Mysterious blasts in Bangladesh, covert CIA and MEK “Jundullah” operations in Iran, al Qaeda’s new generation of “freelance” terrorists in Europe and North Africa and the associated risk with the U.S. visa waiver program, and the kabuki theater playing out over former DCI George Tenet’s memoirs and what he writes about the Iraq-AQ connection. Guests: B. Raman, Institute for Topical Studies, Chennai, India; Olivier Guitta, TheCroissant.com; and counterterrorism researcher Tom Joscelyn.

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