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Acting under the cover of a Hollywood producer scouting a location for a science fiction film, a CIA agent launches a dangerous operation to rescue six Americans in Tehran during the U.S. hostage crisis in Iran in 1980.
The main person who pushed the story to be published was the former CIA director George Tenet (tenure 1997-2004). While the story was never published because of bureaucracy and the yet-to-be-concluded Iran hostage crisis, it was only when Tenet assumed the ... ...
This is the Persian Empire known today as Iran. For 2,500 years, this land was ruled by a series of kings, known as shahs. In 1950, the people of Iran elected Mohammad Mossadeqh, a secular democrat, as Prime Minister. He nationalized British and U.S...
When Sahar crosses the border into Iraq, the flag at the border station has "Allahu Akbar" in traditional kufic Arabic script between the three black stars. Saddam Hussein added this phrase in 1991 in what was supposed to be his handwriting. The kufic variant was added in 2004 following the American invasion. The flag in 1978 would have just displayed the stars.
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