If you don’t know who Anjem Choudary is, you will after this show. Known as the United Kingdom’s “Extremist Imam” and “the most prominent hate preacher in UK,” Gadi had the opportunity to interview Anjem …Keep Reading!
Born in the United States, Gadi Adelman moved to Israel with his family while still at an early age. One month after his 14th birthday, after attending a rally in Jerusalem on November 13, 1975 a terrorist bomb was detonated on Jaffa Road, Jerusalem’s main shopping street. Seven people were killed and 45 were injured. Gadi and a friend were only a few yards away and survived the blast. Al Fatah’s and the Martyr George Haddad Unit of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) fought over credit for the murders.
Gadi has taught and lectured at various High Schools, Colleges and for law enforcement agencies. Today, he continues to lecture and speak publicly on Terrorism, Jihad, Sharia and Islam. He has been quoted by Michelle Malkin and Dr. Walid Phares, the Advisor to the Anti-Terrorism Caucus in the US House of Representatives, called his work “Leading in the movement in the study of counter-terrorism”.
He was a weekly contributor for The Jerusalem Post and is a contributing editor for the Family Security Matters website as well as writing for Frontpage Magazine, Radical Islam, Faith for Freedom, Gold Coast Chronicle and Pronline news. His articles have appeared in dozens of publications and have been translated into several languages from Spanish to Vietnamese. He now joins the Israel News Talk Radio team for his new show, “The Danger Zone”.
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It’s the debut edition of The Danger Zone, with counter-terrorism expert Gadi Adelman! Learn all about the new host and show and catch an interview with the famous “Liberalologist,” Wild Bill for America. Danger Zone …Keep Reading!
Mondays 11am EST / 6pm Israel Born in the United States, Gadi Adelman moved to Israel with his family while still at an early age. One month after his 14th birthday, after attending a rally …Keep Reading!