Reza Kahlili grew up in Tehran surrounded by his close-knit family and the revelations inside A Time to Betray could not be more powerful or. A TIME TO BETRAY The Astonishing Double Life of a CIA Agent Inside the Revolutionary Guards of Iran By Reza Kahlili Threshold. pp. A Time to Betray by Reza Kahlili – An exhilarating true story that reads like a spy thriller about a former CIA operative recruited out of Iran, while he served.
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For the most part, this is not a history book by definition. Many of the negative reviews base their analysis on rezx of all the events happening to one individual. This is a great book.
A Time to Betray
Kahlili’s book is wrote in a manner that both the simple reader can easily comprehend along with an elegant prose that the more extensive reader can quickly get through. I entered through the restaurant, kshlili instructed, and walked to the back hall.
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Jul 04, Esther Bradley-detally rated it it was amazing. They were released later after the war was over. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. The author mentions several of such horrific and bloody beliefs like raping female prisoners before executing them to prevent them from going to heaven but it should be understood that this is not Islam. I think some of it is driven by his desire to protect the people who are still in Iran as well as his handlers in the CIA. Price may vary by retailer.
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My cousin served in the front and became “moji” “post traumatic disorder. It is a true human tragedy, what has become of the people of this once, very westernized and progressive country. Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only. Reza Kahlili grew up in Tehran surrounded by his close-knit family and friends. He tells of his early life growing up in Tehran in a very close knit family, his relationship with his close friends, his Grandparents and parents.
This made sense, of course. Page ttime of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Without embellishing, Khalili manages to convey the horror of Iran’s regime after the downfall of the Shah. Reza was so brave and I hope somehow honored and compensated for all he did for our country in his efforts to provide information to bring about change in this world.
His fight was and is to create a free Iran, for his people and by his people.
And while people were not totally happy under the Shah, they were at least content as they had some little liberties in their private lives which they cherished. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? It is a page turner. I know many friends of mine who have also lost friends and family members. He tells the heartbreaking story of three lifelong friends, torn apart by their very different political views.
I enjoy the heavy use of Persian words and the culture that was captured in the story. The author states that “Arrests kahpili executions escalated to the point where it seemed everyone knew someone caught in the nightmare. Open Betrxy See a Problem? The author spoke quite a bit tiem his inner turmoil of leading a double life and having to lie to his family and betray his frien This is the story of Iranian man in the Revolutionary Guards who becomes kaylili CIA agent during the ‘s.
The way I see it as an outsider is that his country has been stolen. I found myself holding my breath during several chapters!
It was so well written that I literally could not put it betrzy, reading till late into the night. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Some were crucial to the story and others could have been left out.
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. The story is like super fast paced,I couldn’t put the book downyou won’t rezza Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Now that Agent Clark knew I understood that I was ultimately on my betrray, he moved forward.
Yet, while many people made the conclusion that the US will not really scramble to set things right in Iran, our good spy made a different one which nothing could shake, not covert negotiations and support at least. Do I make myself clear?
The Power of Habit. The author admits that he did not have the courage to stand up against the regime. He spied for the U. I am not suggesting that they did not occur I was too knew of a writer to do so. I eyed the door. Kahlill I felt like just as I was getting totally immersed in the story, the author would spend 3 pages giving political facts.