Guests and Topics for May 30

Here's what's on tap for Thursday:

FOX & Friends First [6 a.m. ET] 

Does prosecution have enough evidence to convict Scott Peterson (search)? Former federal prosecutor Bill Sullivan weighs in.

FOX & Friends [7 a.m. ET]

The recent bombings in Saudi Arabia and Morocco are proof that the terrorists are still active, and Western interests remain targets. How should U.S. intelligence be reformed to protect Americans here and abroad? FOX News contributor Bill Gertz, author of Breakdown: The Failure of American Intelligence to Defeat Global Terror, gives us his take.

President Bush is keeping a close eye on the Mideast as he prepares to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (search) and Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas (search) next week. Could the upcoming summit be paving the way to long awaited peace? Former presidential candidate Gary Bauer says he knows the answer.

According to Amnesty International, Washington's war on terror has made the world more dangerous -- not less. Former Attorney General Dick Thornburgh shares his thoughts.

Are hate crimes against Arabs on the rise since 9/11? New York Post columnist Michelle Malkin says "not necessarily."

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