Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

A new wave of terror threats: Is Al Qaeda (search) back in action? Rob Sobhani, Mideast professor at Georgetown University, joins us from Washington.

Has the new Palestinian prime minister actually financed suicide bombers? We’ll ask Morton Klein, president of the National Zionist Organization of America.

Plus, the rescue of Jessica Lynch was one of the most heroic acts witnessed during Operation Iraqi Freedom. But was the mission nothing more than a Hollywood-style stunt? Dr. Richard King knows what 'really' happened to Lynch and joins us to explain.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

The terror alert level is back up to high. Is that because of increased Al Qaeda chatter, or an imminent threat? We’ll ask Rep. Deborah Pryce, R-Ohio.

Did Saudi officials foil a Sept. 11-style hijack attempt? Evan Kohlmann, senior terrorism analyst at the Investigative Project, joins the debate.

Now that Iraqis can speak freely, new details are emerging on how absolute power corrupted Saddam Hussein’s sons, as Delores Gavin, executive producer of the History Channel’s Sons of Saddam, explains.

Do we have enough manpower to prevent an Al Qaeda attack from taking place? Former assistant FBI Director James Kallstrom, senior adviser to New York Gov. Pataki for counter-terrorism, weighs in.

Are the Saudis victims of terror, or a source of terror? We’ll ask Frank Gaffney Jr., president of the Center for Security Policy.

The New York Times says they're committed to diversity. But, when it comes to former reporter Jayson Blair, has that commitment actually hurt the paper’s credibility? John Leo, columnist for U.S. News & World Report, joins the debate.

Plus, is it possible to predict the future of your investments? We’ll ask Ben Stein, co-author of Yes, You Can Time the Market!

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