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SEGMENT 1: 10 pm - 11 pm / 7 pm - 8 pm Pacific
DR WILLIAM SCHNEID, PHD - The Death of Osama bin Laden -
Is The War on Terrorism Over? - Celebrations erupted in the United States over the news that Osama bin Laden, the most wanted man in the world, was killed by American forces in Pakistan. But the triumphant mood was tinged with caution as security forces braced for possible revenge attacks. President Obama announced in a rare Sunday night televised statement to the nation that bin Laden, public enemy Number 1, was killed in a raid by Navy Seals in Abbotabad, a scenic military town just 100 miles away from the capital Islamabad. "We will be true to the values that make us who we are," Obama said in a late night address Sunday. "And on nights like this one, we can say to those families who have lost loved ones to al Qaeda's terror: Justice has been done." The United States first received a tip in August that the mastermind of the 9/11 terror attacks was hiding in a million-dollar mansion with 12 to 18 foot walls. The evidence that bin Laden was hiding there was largely circumstantial and he had not been seen, sources told ABC News, and officials did not know where he may be in the sprawling compound that is located about 1,000 feet away from the Pakistan Military Academy. -

SEGMENT 2: 11 pm - 12 am Eastern / 8 pm - 9 pm Pacific
IMAM OMAR HAZIM - The Burning of the Koran & The Terror Hearings -
Imam Omar Hazim is the Imam of the Islamic Center of Topeka. He is the Islamic advisor to the Kansas Dept. of Corrections, and has served in this position since 1990. Hazim accepted Islam in 1962 under the leadership of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. He served as a minister under Elijah Muhammad's son Minister Nathaniel Muhammad. Afterward he served directly for Elijah Muhammad as a minister. He has been a student of Imam W. Deen Mohammed since 1975. Imam Hazim is a builder by trade, and has helped to establish many mosques and Islamic Centers in the Kansas City, and Topeka, area over the past 47 years. He is also one of the founders of the Islamic Center of Topeka. He is a member of The Midland Islamic Council. He is a member of the Islamic Society of North America and a member of the American Society of Muslims. He was the first Muslim to give the invocation to the Kansas House of Representatives and Senate on March 9, 1995. Hazim served on the board of directors for Interfaith of Topeka Inc. for seven years. He has also been associated with Interfaith for more than 20 years. Hazim wrote an article that appeared in the Muslim Journal, which is an international publication on Jan. 20, 1995, entitled, Contributions of Islam to a Pluralistic Socity. Over the years, he has written many articles for the Topeka Capital-Journal. His articles focused on Islam and current issues affecting the world. To increase understanding and awareness, Hazim has addressed issues on death, sickness, suffering, social justice, the status of women in Islam, Jihad, human and civil rights, and the Islamic view on life after death, at Stormont-Vail Hospital, The Menninger Foundation, St. Francis Hospital, Washburn University, various churches, schools, civic clubs, etc., in Topeka since 1975. Imam Hazim was married to Aliya Hazim from August 9th 1963 to September 13th 2010 the day she returned to Allah. May Allah accept her in His everlasting Paradise? They have eight children who all graduated from Topeka West High School and went on to college. Hazim has been a Topeka resident since 1975. Omar and Aliya were recognized as Ambassadors for peace in December 2003 by the Inter religious and International Federation for World Peace. Imam Hazim is also the author of the book "Islam in The Heartland of America" -

SEGMENT 3: 12 am - 01 am Eastern / 9 pm - 10 pm Pacific
ROSE ROSETREE - Face Reading -
Rose Rosetree has helped thousands as a teacher and healer, harnessing the power of deeper perception. Over 250,000 copies of her books are in print, and she is known for innovative systems at the leading edge of mind-body-spirit. They include trademarked systems for aura reading, and cutting cords of attachment. Rose has pioneered the first system for training empaths to become skilled and developed: the 21st century field of Energy Spirituality. -

SEGMENT 4: 01 am - 02 am Eastern / 10 pm - 11 pm Pacific
ROB McCONNELL - Open Mike - Osama Bin Laden Is Dead - Psychics Missed This Event Too
- Western leaders and Arab citizens alike said that Osama Bin Laden's death is an important symbolic victory, but does not signal an end to the threat of terrorism in the West. As relieved Americans finally went to sleep late Sunday after learning of the death of Osama Bin Laden, much of the world was just waking up Monday morning to the news. Reactions varied, but for many of them, the relief was measured. From Western leaders to Arab citizens, they acknowledged that while Mr. Bin Laden's death is a symbolic victory, it does not signal an end to the threat of terrorism in the West. "Osama bin Laden was responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent people.... The forces of peace were successful last night. International terror has not been defeated. We'll all have to remain vigilant," said a spokesman speaking on behalf of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, according to Reuters. In the Arab world, too, there was a widespread feeling that this was a milestone, but not an end, as the Guardian reported from Cairo and other major cities in the region. Reaction in Cairo was initially muted, with local media outlets and early morning commuters reluctant to talk about the significance of the news before the body of the terrorist leader was displayed. -

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