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The Facts on Iran
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Keith and Sharmai welcome Stephen E. Hughes back to the program. Stephen is a former Army Sergeant and the author of Tehran's Wars of Terror & its Nuclear Delivery Capability. Yes, there were Weapons of Mass Destruction. What happened to them and why is this war in Iraq and on Terror so vitally important to our National and Global Security. Stephen is well researched and after listening to him we believe youll find he makes sense.
Episode Segments:
The Facts on Iran - Part One
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The Facts on Iran - Part Two
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The Facts on Iran - Part Three
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The Facts on Iran - Part Four
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Stephen Hughes
Stephen E Hughes is a former sergeant who spent 13 years with the U.S. Army. Half of that time was spent overseas, with two tours of duty patrolling the former East / West Germany Border. His third tour was Desert Storm, where he served with 2/2 9th Infantry Division. His training was in the field of Armor Reconnaissance. Tehran's Wars of Terror & its Nuclear Delivery Capability was written by Mr. Hughes, through research & living in Israel for over one year. Mr. Hughes was in Israel during the last Lebanon War of 2006. Mr. Hughes spent time as a volunteer for the Israel Defense Forces and attended Israel's Institute for Counter Terrorism, Sixth Annual International Conference on Global Terrorism in 2006. ICT's annual international conferences are considered one of the world's leading events in the field of counter-terrorism, which brings together counter-terrorism experts, security professionals, and leading academic scholars from around the world. More than 800 participants from over 45 countries attended ICT's annual conference. In addition Mr. Hughes used ICT vast research library for his book. This is Mr. Hughes 2nd book with Trafford. His first book was on Saddam Hussein's Military, published in 2002.

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