Terrorism 101


Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

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

Some tough working patriots of the new Iraq are finally getting paid for their hard work as Dr. Monica Crowley, FOX News contributor and member of the Council on Foreign Relations, explains.

A new Al Qaeda (search) audio-tape threatening action against Americans is sure to ignite a fire of fear.
But, Micah Halpern, author of What You Need to Know About Terror, says the tape is just one example of a terrorist tactic of manipulation. 

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Guerrilla attacks are slowing down our troops' tasks of reconstructing war-shattered Iraq. But, with the death of his sons and Saddam Hussein (search) on the loose, how much more violence can we expect? We’ll get insight from retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, author of Beyond Terror: Strategy in a Changing World.

Are more raids on Saddam holdouts leading to more clues about where Saddam may be? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, FNC military analyst.

New information is coming out on the 19-year-old woman who accused Laker star Kobe Bryant of sexual assault. What potential blunder might put the prosecution on the edge? Peter Johnson Jr., FOX News legal analyst and president of Leahey & Johnson, weighs in.

Plus, they met in Texas, but war forced them apart. Now, U.S. Army 1st Lt. Greg Ladeveze and his sweetheart Tracy Forsyth, want to take their relationship to the next level and we're here to help.

Fresh threats from an alleged Al Qaeda audio-tape warn, "the real battle has not yet begun." How do we go about tracking terrorists and preventing new attacks? We’ll ask Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., former FBI special agent.

Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean is launches a TV ad in President Bush's home state today. What will the reaction be? We’ll ask Trent Gegax, Washington correspondent for Newsweek.

Plus, we’ll be joined by baseball’s iron man, Cal Ripken Jr.

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