A discussion of the upcoming 2004 presidential election with Mark Halperin, political director of ABC News. He argues that President Bush has a slight advantage going into the election because of his strong standing on national security and the break down of the electoral college. Then, Gilles Kepel, Chairman of Middle East Studies at the Institute of Political Studies discusses the political situation in Iraq and the state of Islamic fundamentalism. Then, Khaled Abou El Fadl, an expert on Islamic Law at UCLA, discusses the origins and spread of radical islam.
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