WorldNetDaily's Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein will be a guest tomorrow on Fox News Channel's weekend program "America's Election Headquarters" to comment on Sen. Barack Obama's whirlwind Mideast and European tour.
Obama this week made stops in Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan, Israel, France and Germany.
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Klein covered the presidential candidate's trip extensively, breaking several major stories, including:
- Members of the most active West Bank terror organization – which doubles as Fatah security officers – served among security forces deployed to protect Obama during his trip to the West Bank city of Ramallah.
- Citing "security concerns," Obama's campaign banned signs and posters from an outdoor Berlin speech the German media is reporting drew upwards of 200,000 people. The move effectively banned protesters from brandishing anti-Obama material at the speech.
- As part of a month-long aircraft makeover, a painted American flag was removed from the tail of Obama's official campaign airplane and was replaced with the presidential candidate's trademark "O" symbol. The refurbished 757 was unveiled to members of the news media who boarded the craft and took off to meet Obama in the Middle East.
- In a meeting in Ramallah, Obama assured the Palestinians he supports a "negotiated settlement" that may grant the Palestinian Authority control over sections of Jerusalem, a senior PA official who took part in the meeting told WND.
- Obama's campaign plastered the entrance to the Western Wall – the holiest site in Judaism – with official campaign posters.
Klein is author of the recently released book, "Schmoozing with Terrorists."