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Aaron Klein is Jerusalem Bureau Chief for the popular news website WorldNetDaily.
is known to millions of Americans for his
regular segments and commentary on some of America's top radio programs.
Klein served as a co-host of ABC Radio's national "The John Batchelor Show" which is currently on temporary hiatus.
also has a column that appears every week on Page 2 of The Jewish Press
is known for his
regular interviews with Middle Eastern terrorists.
Klein interviewing Taliban leader.
routinely conducts interviews with top Middle East leaders and newsmakers.
has interviewed have included the late PLO Leader Yasser Arafat, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Hamas chief Mahmoud al-Zahar, Albanian Prime Minister Fatos Nano, former Lebanese Prime Minister Michel Aoun, Lebanese Druze leader Walid Jumblatt, imprisoned spy Jonathan Pollard, leaders of the Taliban, Palestinian negotiation minister Saeb Erekat, former Israeli foreign minister Shlomo Ben Ami, worldwide Al-Muhajiroun leader Omar Bakri Muhammad, Army of Islam leader Abu Muhammad, West Bank Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades leader Ala Senakreh, Popular Resistance Committees leader Abu Abir, Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades rocket chief Abu Oudai, 2002 siege of the Church of the Nativity leader Jihad Jaara, among many others.
In the news
first debuted in the national media in 1999 when at age nineteen he
spent time with and interviewed members of a group reportedly connected to al-Qaida.
article about the experience, "My Weekend with the Enemy," was published in major-city newspapers in four countries, including in the Jerusalem Post
, and in U.S. in the Boston Globe
and Washington Post. 
In November 2005, Klein and nationally syndicated radio host Rusty Humphries conducted a widely reported interview with the senior leadership of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades terror organization.  The interview was discussed on Fox News Channel's "Hannity and Colmes," and on several other media outlets.
was in the papers in December 2005 when he
was denied a journalist visa to broadcast with ABC Radio
In the days leading up to 2006 U.S. midterm elections, Klein conducted a series of interviews with senior Middle East terrorists in which the terror leaders urged Americans to vote for Democrats.  Jihad Jaara, a senior member of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades terror group and the infamous leader of the 2002 siege of Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity, told Klein a Democrat win would ensure victory for worldwide jihad, explaining the Democrats policy of withdrawal from Iraq would "enhance the resistance."
Klein also read to the terror leaders statements from prominant Democrats such as House minority leader Nancy Pelosi claiming a withdrawal from Iraq would end the insurgency there.
Klein got his start in journalism at Torah Academy Boys High School in Philadelphia, where he graduated from a class of five.
edited the boys high school's monthly newspaper, The T.A. Times
Klein attended college at Yeshiva University in New York while serving as editor-in-chief of The Commentator, the undergraduate student newspaper.
In his capacity as editor, Klein drew the ire of Yeshiva administrators with regular investigative pieces questioning University practices, such as the then-policy of not allowing students to speak at graduation ceremonies.
quoted school officials accusing the University of misusing an $8 million donation, Yeshiva administrators allegedly ordered the regular removal of student newspapers from campus news stands.
During Klein's tenure, issues of The Commentator were also reportedly routinely removed from the campus and disposed of during public events hosted by the University. 
told the NY Times
, which reported on the issue, the last straw for him was the removal of an issue of The Commentator reporting on the fact that the newspapers were being removed.  Klein
threatened to sue Yeshiva
The fiasco generated national media attention, with coverage in the Times, US News
and World Report and on television.
In the end, the University signed a contract in which it agreed to discontinue its Commentator confiscation practices.
reimbursed the student newspaper for the thousands of missing Commentators.
attended Jewish schooling from nursery through college.
is the oldest of ten children and hails originally from Philadelphia.
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is Jerusalem bureau chief for WorldNetDaily.com
.He has regular segments on some of America's top radio programs and serves routinely as a co-host of ABC Radio's national "The John Batchelor Show."Klein
also has a column that appears every week on Page 2 of The Jewish Press, America's
largest weekly Jewish newspaper. Klein
, the author of "Schmoozing with Terrorists," has broken many of the top Mideast stories since opening WND's
Jerusalem bureau in February 2005.He
covered Israel's withdrawal from Gaza on the ground, reporting from the Gaza Strip daily three months before the withdrawal until the last of the Jewish communities were evacuated in mid-August.
also secured the only interview with the families of the three U.S. contractors killed in the 2003 Gaza ambush. Klein
made headlines in 1999 when he
traveled overseas to spend time with and interview members of a group connected to al-Qaida.His
article about the experience, "My Weekend with the Enemy," was published in major-city newspapers in four countries.He
also made news in November 2005 when he
and national radio host Rusty Humphries interviewed the gun-toting senior leadership of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, and again the next month when he
was barred from broadcasting in Syria because, according to several Syrian officials, of Klein's Jewish faith. Klein previously served as editor in chief of the Commentator, the undergraduate student newspaper of Yeshiva University.He
can be read every day on WorldNetDaily
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