See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism - Chapters 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

Robert Baer
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Chapters 14 and 15 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 14: March 3, 1995. Salah Al-Din, Iraq.

Robert was assigned in Northern Iraq with a colleague named Tom. Their focuses were to find some way to get rid of Saddam and to keep the Kurds from killing each other. The Kurds lived in Northern Iraq but were not officially under Saddam's rule. The Kurds were a people without a country of their own. Intermittent spates of civil war would break out among them. In March, Saddam called up his army reserves after learning that the Turkish army was on the northern Kurdish border of Iraq, ready to strike. Robert received a cable from Tony Lake, the President's national security adviser, advising that the planned actions had been compromised and that if opposition forces proceeded, they would be on their own. The operation to which the cable was referring was a coup...

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