Paul Sperry, WorldNetDaily Washington bureau chief, will be a guest on Fox News Channel's "Studio B with Shepard Smith" today at 3:45 p.m. Eastern to discuss his exclusive story about officials advising federal agencies to initiate emergency counterterrorism measures to prevent possible al-Qaida car bombings planned during the last days of the Muslim holiday Ramadan.
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In his story, Sperry reports an internal memo from Department of Homeland Security officials advises law-enforcement personnel to take high-threat measures against al-Qaida's "increasingly sophisticated" car-bombing tactics. The memo warns that al-Qaida might launch attacks "near the end of Ramadan (Nov. 24-27)."