Here's what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Terror strikes the Middle East with attacks in Saudi Arabia, Morocco and Israel. What will it take to get these groups under control? We'll ask Jonathan Schanzer, research associate from the Middle East Forum.
Does the singer formerly known as Cat Stevens have ties to extremist Islam? We'll examine the issue with Jake Tapper, whose explosive report appears in the May issue of GQ magazine.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Four men are in Saudi Arabian custody for their possible involvement in the attacks that ripped through Riyadh. All have links to Al Qaeda. Is the terror network on the attack again? We'll be joined by Michael Swetnam, counter-terrorism expert at the Potomac Institute of Policy Studies.
In the search for the 2001 anthrax killer, the FBI is considering draining a Maryland pond. The pond is just eight miles from the former home of Dr. Stephen Hatfill, who authorities have described as a "person of interest." Patrick Clawson, his friend and spokesperson, will join us live.
Are the Saudis finally changing their attitude toward combating the war on terrorism? Rep. Dana Rohrabacher,R-Calif., offers insight.
Why was Morocco targeted by terrorists? FOX News contributor Marc Ginsberg, former U.S. ambassador to Morocco, joins the debate.
Did France issue passports to fleeing members of Saddam Hussein's ousted regime? We'll ask Washington Times columnist Bill Gertz.
Plus, FOX News' Jonathan Hunt shares his first hand experiences of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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