By the Rivers of Babylon - Book Three, Babylon, The Ishtar Gate: Chapters 21-24 Summary & Analysis

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Book Three, Babylon, The Ishtar Gate: Chapters 21-24 Summary

Not long after the funeral, the terrorists came again. The Ashbals moved cautiously and stealthily, aware that the Jews would have set up early warning devices. In a fox hole ahead of the young fighters, a two man sniper team wait, watching for signs of a night scope.

With the wind blowing, it is difficult to see or hear anything. Brin and Haber sit at their post, taking turns scanning the hillside. Brin sends Haber to let the others know that nothing is going on yet. An early warning device is tripped, and Brin scans the hillside. A sniper team below sees the scope and shoots him. Yigael Tekoah, in an outpost realizes that the Jews are still unaware of the pending attack. He knocks Deborah Gideon, his secretary...

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