Iran, the Untold Story: An Insider's Account of America's Iranian Adventure and Its Consequences for the Future
A leading Arab journalist provides an inside look at events in Iran, presents portraits of the Shah and Khomeini, and offers insight into the significance of Iran in relation to developments in the Middle East
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