By the Rivers of Babylon - Book Three,Babylon, The Ishtar Gate: Chapters 34-38 Summary & Analysis

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Book Three,Babylon, The Ishtar Gate: Chapters 34-38 Summary

The C-130s arrive in Iraq behind the F-14s. Landing 100 meters from the village of Ummah, the troops are surprised to find a Jew to welcome them. Captain Geis radios Israel asking for permission to bring the people of the village home to Jerusalem, and receives it. Laskov flies over the site in his F-14. He sees the museum and gate house but holds off on firing, in case there are hostages in the buildings.

On the Concorde, Becker is able to start the APU. He starts the engines of the large plane and is able to get three of the four running. Peter Kahn gathers the Israelis onto the aircraft. Burg keeps an accurate accounting of the people aboard. Bernstein hears him telling another that Hausner is...

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