November 26, 2006

CNN TV host Glenn Beck shows actual videos on radical muslims

CNN TV host Glenn Beck tells NewsMax that he believes "Islamic extremism is the biggest threat to our way of life since World War Two and we'll never be able to fight it – if we can't see it."

"The Glenn Beck Program," which airs every day on CNN Headline News at 7 p.m. and replays at 9 p.m. and midnight on Headline News, usually gives viewers what is advertised as an unconventional look at the news of the day, featuring Beck's "unique and often amusingperspective on top stories from world events and politics to pop culture and everyday hassles."

Viewers can see segments showing children being brainwashed and indoctrinated in a culture of hate; raw footage of anti-Israel and U.S. propaganda; suicide bombers being psyched-up for martyrdom; the very real and imminent threat spilling forth from Iran; a profile of just how American Muslims feel; and, finally, a look at perhaps the best and last chance for change from within.

According to Beck, the videos being featured come from television in the Middle East. Most were originally broadcast in Arabic or Farsi, requiring "quite a bit of time involved to not only select the clips but also to confirm the translations and the context.

"So why hasn't this important film been shown before - at least in this country? asks NewsMax.

"Americans don't seem to take this threat seriously," explains Beck. "Here are these extremists, telling us clearly and plainly what they want to do, and we won't pay attention. That's what's so frustrating. We're hoping that by finally showing some of this video on aprimetime television show, people might finally understand what we're really fighting."