Guests and Topics: Nov. 11

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November 11:

After four bombers blew themselves up in three America-owned hotels in Amman, Jordan this week, al Qaeda has now extended a warning that Israel will be the next target. So are we any closer to capturing the most wanted man in Iraq? Or will Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the one-legged monster who has claimed responsibility for the attack on his homeland, continue to elude authorities? Former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik joins us from Amman tonight.

Also, President Bush fights back against those who have criticized pre-war intelligence. He believes people are trying to “rewrite the history of how the Iraq war started.” Are they? We’ll debate it.

And, demonstrations continue even as the riots in France die down. Is this entire conflict mirroring a holy war between Muslims and Christians? We’ll ask Salam Al-Marayati of the Muslim Public Affairs Council and Open Doors President Dr. Carl Moeller

Then, shocking video you won’t want to miss! Documentary filmmakers catch illegal immigrants crossing the border. They taped the whole thing! And we have that tape!

Plus, a Veterans Day tribute.

These stories and much more... don't miss "Hannity & Colmes" tonight at 9 p.m. ET!

--The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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