- Newsmaker: Jihad Schools and Local Sentiment - Despite no military response by the United States countering the Sept 11 attacks, tension is building in places that expect to be caught up in the action. Jack Kelley is foreign correspondent for USA Today.
- Reporter's Notebook: US Plan to Make Peace in the Middle East - Reportedly, the September 11 attacks interrupted the Bush administration's announcement supporting the creation of a Palestinian state. It seems that moderate Arab states are pushing to revive the plan in order to gain domestic support to join the anti-terrorism coalition. Steve Mufson joins us from The Washington Post.
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