WorldNetDaily’s Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein will be the guest tonight on the popular, nationally syndicated “Rusty Humphries Show,” discussing his exclusive story exposing a secret document, allegedly signed by the newly crowned Jerusalem Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church, obliging him to nullify the sale of key Jerusalem property to Jews.
Klein will be on the show at 9:05 p.m. EST.
The newly installed Greek Orthodox leader, Theofilos III, was crowned in a ceremony Tuesday at Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre in spite of objections by Israel, which is currently debating whether to recognize him as the official Jerusalem Patriarch – the religious leader of 100,000 Christians in the Holy Land.
Klein reports prior to his nomination as patriarch, Theofilos signed a secret document obliging him to nullify the recent sale of hotels comprising much of Jerusalem’s Jaffa Gate to Jewish groups. The property transfer enraged the church’s significant Palestinian membership, who claim Jerusalem as the capital of a future state.
Rusty Humphries’ nationally syndicated show is heard through the Talk Radio Network and is featured on over 200 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 Guantanamo 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.
Earlier this month, Humphries and Klein garnered much media attention after they conducted an exclusive interview in the Balata refugee camp with gun toting leaders of the Al Aqsa Martys Brigades.
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.”