By the Rivers of Babylon - Book Three, Babylon, The Ishtar Gate: Chapters 25-29 Summary & Analysis

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Book Three, Babylon, The Ishtar Gate: Chapters 25-29 Summary

Teddy Laskov and General Talman take their belief that the Concorde is in Babylon to the Prime Minister. Laskov recommends that the Prime Minister request the United States take satellite pictures of the area. When Laskov and Talman are dismissed, the Prime Minister agrees, stating that if Richardson is indeed the traitor, the United States owes them a favor.

Deborah Gideon is in the headquarters of the terrorists outside the Gate of Ishtar. She has been beaten and burned, and has been bitten by Rish himself in order to obtain any information she has. Rish orders her shot, burned and her ashes thrown in the river. He does not want evidence when dealing with the Israeli government about the hostages. Hamadi is disgusted, but can do nothing, as Rish is a hero to...

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