Tehran's Vengeance With Author David Austin

Jun 14, 2019 | 18:32 GMT
A Hezbollah flag seen in Trafalgar Square during the demonstration.

A Hezbollah flag seen in Trafalgar Square during the demonstration. Hundreds of anti-Israel protesters marched through the streets on the annual Al Quds Day. Started by the Ayatollah Khomeini in 1979 to show support for Palestine and oppose the existence of Israel and the counter protest from the Zionist Federation.

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What happens when espionage is too effective — and causes an international incident that explodes into an all-out assault? That is the topic of Tehran's Vengeance, the recent thriller by author David Austin. He joins Fred Burton to discuss in this episode of the Pen and Sword series, part of the Stratfor Talks podcast.

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