Here’s what is on tap for Friday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Start at 6 a.m. ET

Can Prime Minister Tony Blair (search) crack down on extremism in England? We’ll ask Stephen Schwartz, terror analyst and author of "Two Faces of Islam."

Then, go inside the lives of an important group of U.S. citizens — American Muslims — with Linda Cateura, author of "Voices of American Muslims."

And, want to show you care this September 11? Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Allison Barber joins us how you can help honor victims of the terror attacks and the folks in field fighting the War on Terror.

"FOX & Friends"
Start at 7 a.m. ET

Britain takes a tough stance on terror by detaining 10 foreigners for deportation. Smart move? We’ll ask retired Scotland Yard Commander Les Poole.

Mick Jagger denies a new Rolling Stones song is an attack on President Bush. How will this controversy impact the rock band's image? Media analyst Fraser Seitel, author of "The Practice of Public Relations," weighs in.

Plus, both Hillary Clinton (search) and Jeanine Pirro (search) have set their sights on New York's U.S. Senate seat in 2006. Now, New York attorney Ed Cox joins us to explain why he is gearing up to take both of them on as a candidate!

Then, has deportation become the newest weapon in the War on Terror? We’ll get a read from Peter Johnson Jr., FOX News legal analyst.

And, actor Joseph Fiennes (search) previews his latest film, “The Great Raid.”

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