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Robert Baer
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Robert Baer

Robert Baer is the author of the book. He is a former CIA case officer who has served in Lebanon, the Sudan, northern Iraq and the Muslim states of Central Asia. He has also served in Paris, Rabat and India in his role as a case officer for the Directorate of Operations for the CIA. In addition to being widely traveled, he speaks Arabic, Farsi, French and German. He has worked with agents who infiltrated organizations like the Hizballah, Libyan intelligence and al Qaeda. Baer has spent twenty-five years trying to understand the causes of violence in the Middle East. He wants to learn about the Muslim brothers and what it is that unites them throughout the Muslim world. He feels that the problems are due to the oil link between Washington and Saudi Arabia. Many Muslims feel that the House of Sa'ud has been corrupted by...

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