WND Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein and nationally syndicated radio host Rusty Humphries today conducted an exclusive interview in the West Bank’s Balata refugee camp with seven gun-toting leaders of the terror group Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.
Klein, second from left, and Humphries, center, meet with Al Aqsa terrorists.
The interview topics cover everything from sending suicide bombers to kill civilians to the terrorists’ belief Monica Lewinsky was an undercover Israeli agent. It will air tonight on the “Rusty Humphries Show,” which will broadcast live from the West Bank to over 250 stations from 9 p.m. to Midnight Eastern time.
Al Aqsa was founded in 2000 to serve as the “military wing” of then-PLO leader Yasser Arafat’s Fatah organization, and has since carried out scores of fatal suicide bombings and shooting attacks.
Klein, the popular radio host and his producer, Levi May, were escorted with a translator into the refugee camp by Ala Sanakreh, the Al Aqsa leader in the area. They met and had tea in a private apartment with six other Al Aqsa leaders, including three terrorists who took credit for planting a roadside bomb that injured an Israeli soldier last night. Sanakreh is wanted by Israel for orchestrating suicide bombings and coordinating attacks with the Iranian-backed Hezbollah militia.
Among other highlights of the radio interview: The Al Aqsa leaders discuss their relationship with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas; outline their views regarding Osama bin Laden; and fail – after repeated requests – to produce a Quranic verse that mentions the 70 virgins they say await all “martyrs.”
Less than an hour after Klein and Humphries departed Balata, Israel conducted an anti-terror raid that wounded three wanted Islamic Jihad members on the same street the interview took place.
Humphries’ nationally syndicated show is heard through the Talk Radio Network and is featured on radio stations nationwide, including WDBO in Orlando, WCBM in Baltimore, KSFO in San Francisco, KOKC in Oklahoma City, WNIS in Norfolk, KHBZ in Honolulu and KVI in Seattle.
Humphries, who just returned from broadcasting live in Iraq and Guatanamo Bay, Cuba, has been named one of America’s 100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts six years in a row by Talkers Magazine, was nominated as Talk Radio Personality of the Year by Radio and Records and was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame as its youngest inductee ever.
Humphries, a regular WND reader, said, “WorldNetDaily should be one of the main sources of information for anyone who is in search of the truth. Every time I go to the site, I find something that I haven’t seen anywhere else.”
For more information about Humphries or to listen online visit the show’s website.