Sunday, September 26 at 9 p.m ET and 12 a.m. ET
FOX News takes a hard look at one of the 21st century's most crucial issues — the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Regardless of whether George W. Bush (search) or John Kerry (search) wins the November election, our next president is going to discover that the liberation of Iraq — while an essential part of transforming the Middle East — must be followed by peace between the Arabs and Israelis.
Is stability in the Middle East possible, or is the region destined to remain a hotbed of terror? No American has pondered the issue more deeply than Dennis Ross (search), chief peace negotiator for former Presidents Clinton and Bush.
Ambassador Ross came closer than any other U.S. diplomat in brokering a deal between the Israelis and Palestinians, but three years of violence have taken their toll. Is working on a solution now a lost cause?
Join Brit Hume and Dennis Ross as they examine the world’s most intractable conflict. What compromises will have to be made to make peace in the Holy Land?