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Walley guest on 'America's Most Wanted'

J. Zane Walley – who traveled to the U.S.-Mexican border to cover an exclusive, eye-opening story for WorldNetDaily – will be a guest on television’s leading crime-fighting show, Fox’s “Amerca’s Most Wanted,” today.

Walley, spokesman for the Paragon Foundation, will discuss what he found in researching the flow of illegal aliens coming into the U.S. from Mexico.

While the majority of illegals are of Hispanic origin, Border Patrol agents increasingly are picking up people from Middle Eastern countries.

Said one agent, “about one in every 10 that we catch is from a country like Yemen or Egypt.”

Walley found that Middle Easterners are willing to pay smugglers up to $50,000 to help them cross the border.

This increase in illegal aliens of Arab descent concerns law-enforcement officials who are combating terrorism. Arizona, in fact, appears to have been the home of a “sleeper cell” of Osama bin Laden’s worldwide terrorist organization, with a select group of operatives living quietly in bland apartment complexes and obtaining flight training, in preparation for the Sept. 11 attack. The organization’s known history in the state goes back nine years. Terror experts say the activities of at least three part-time Arizona residents fit the pattern of the al-Qaida terrorist network.

Check your local listings for the broadcast time of “America’s Most Wanted.”

Read Walley’s story, “‘Arab terrorists’ crossing border.”