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Adrian Morgan, writer on jihad and other issues, discusses global Islamism, terrorism and security.

Every Friday Evening from 6 pm Eastern Time onwards.

Tonight's Topics

News Round-Up.

Umar Patek on trial in Indonesia for first Bali bombings - his story.

Iran takes its war against Israel to southeast Asia. 28-year old Saied Moradi blows his leg off and others are captured in Thailand. 

Iran's history of "black ops" on foreign soil will be discussed - asassinations in Paris, Germany and America, supporting bomb campaigns against Jews in South America, funding the Muhajideen in the 1992-6 Bosnian War, as well as Iraq, using proxies such as Hezbollah to assassinate Lebanese elected officials, and now supporting Assad's regime of terror in Syria.

A brief look at the Islamic insurrection in the Thai provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat - what do the Islamists want? Are the recenty Iranians establishing links with the southern Thailand terrorists?

Umar Farouk Mutallab - the underwear bomber - is told he will never be freed, as he poses too great a chance of reoffending. Can religious terrorists ever really reform while they adhere to the same religion that they used to justify terrorism?

And using exclusive extracts from his conversations on an Islamic web forum, the underwear bomber's transition from a lonely gauche teenager with a love of soccer to a strident Islamist is traced - you won't hear these extracts on any other internet radio show.

And polite guests are welcome to call in and bounce ideas around on terrorism, jijad and how governments are - or are not - protecting against jihad. Particularly as this year the Olympics take place in the UK, which appears soft on extremism.

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