Guests and Topics for August 19

Here’s what is on tap for Saturday:

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

Israeli troops battle settlers opposed to the pullout in Gaza. We’ll reaction from Benny Elon, member of Israel's parliament who is not in favor of the withdrawal.

Plus, was the Clinton administration warned about the threat from Usama bin Laden, terrorist activities and the money being used to support Al Qaeda? We'll ask Harvey Kushner, terror analyst and the author of "Holy War on the Home Front."

And, emotional testimony from victims’ family members brought BTK killer Dennis Rader to tears during his sentencing hearing. We’ll be joined by KAKE TV’ Larry Hatteberg, who has covered the case since 1974.

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

Tensions run high in Gaza as security forces encounter resistance from some die-hard settlers. Will protests get more heated as the withdrawal continues? We’ll ask Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco and FOX News foreign affairs analyst.

And, it's been nearly two years since the explosive death of pizza deliveryman, Brian Wells. Now, "At Large" host, Geraldo Rivera, reveals new twists in the still unsolved case in the FOX News special, "The Pizza Bomber Mystery."

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